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Amen to: Ms. Burwell should be investigating Planned Parenthood, not covering for them. of course, there will be no investigation of the President and Hillary's supporters.

Thanks for sharing this, +Rachel Palmer​.
 
An investigation of 30 Planned Parenthood clinics in 27 different states, conducted by the pro-life group Live Action, confirmed that the abortion provider does not perform breast-cancer screenings. “We don’t provide those services whatsoever,” a staffer at Planned Parenthood of Arizona confessed on tape.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/planned%20parenthoods-mammogram-lie-
Planned Parenthood’s mendacious PR operation.
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This is just plain great writing:

So, most people figured Tebow was just a training-camp attraction, someone who would steal some headlines away from Chip Kelly’s belief that he can ride Sam Bradford and his lack of ligaments to the Super Bowl before being cut prior to the season....

It’s not unreasonable to think that Sam Bradford tears an ACL while crawling into bed one night and that, in his stead, Mark Sanchez throws six interceptions against the Cowboys. All of that would leave the door open ...
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I disagree with most of this article as the Dems have been playing divisive politics and name calling for the last 8 years. The President himself just called people opposed to same sex marriage bigots in recent months. But, hey, the President is never wrong to Newsweek's editorial commentators. I also disagree that Trump is consistent.

That being said, there is truth to the following:

But as the GOP focused energies on political combat above compromise, many took notice, and Donald Trump saw an opportunity. The kind of divisive, personalized, combative, angry, eye-popping rhetoric the Republican Party had become accustomed to was the same kind of rhetoric around which Donald Trump built a very successful and lucrative career.
The divisive, personalized, combative, angry, eye-popping rhetoric the GOP peddles is how Trump built his career.
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+John Wayne , I am not so sure the right guy is simply one who causes a rukus -- as entertaining as it may be. Trump has some serious baggage that will raise his negatives. I read a NYT hitpiece on Trump yesterday which probably contained a number of issue Trump will have to overcome such as exaggerating his wealth and success. While a hitjob, it still may have enough people questioning Trump's trustworthiness with the entire government. Our current president shows we need to be careful with whom we trust power. Negatives limit the ceiling a candidate will have.

The contrast with Cruz is interesting. Cruz has invoked the 11th Commandment and has a lot fewer negatives. In my estimation Cruz has a lot higher ceiling along with Walker than most other candidates. Foirina is also an interesting one to watch if her more liberal views on social issues raise her negatives.

This race is way too early to call for any candidate.
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Thanks for this interesting video. Would this preservation technique work with other berries or fruits?
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I am curious as well..
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People in Kenya are calling for justice for some pretty violent things. The government there ignored the people. Here, a police beating draws investigations from the federal government. This appears to be another foreign policy failure if there is no call for at least some type of investigation, although some foreign bodies have already determined enough evidence for a trial...

But.. But... But... Obama got the Nobel Peace Prize....

“The whole thing is a massive disappointment,” said Oduor, 42, who saw dozens of his fellow ethnic Luos mutilated and killed by mobs in Naivasha, north-west of Nairobi. “People suffered, people were killed, people were displaced, but nothing happened and the cause of justice has still not been served.

“Obama shouldn’t meet them because there are all these questions. It will be seen as an endorsement and he’ll be giving them a boost. He shouldn’t shake Ruto’s hand. Maybe he shouldn’t come at all.”

Ndungi Githuku, an artist and activist, said: “Are we being forgotten? Is this the end? By Uhuru meeting Obama, the victims continue to be the losers in this. At the forefront we look flowery and smiling like everything is all right, but behind the scenes dark shadows lurk.”


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I reposted this elsewhere because of errors in the links...
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Yup. This seems to be all the rage with the progressive activists these days.
 
Planned Parenthood claims its website was hacked, but this "hacking" has all the hallmarks of a coordinated PR stunt.
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Thanks, +John Shepard​​, for the article. Heads need to roll immediately after it shows the coordination from DC with a litigation strategy in mind. All of this forced from the most transparent administration in history.*

We’ve been waiting for EO in D.C. to get us a guidance/reference document with lessons learned from the c4 and c3 cases they worked and coordinated with Judy Kindell and Counsel.

* history defined as since 2009
 
Judicial Watch released 906 pages of new Lois Lerner emails that are believed to have been recovered by the IRS’ internal watchdog.
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I asked my son a question after taking an online "quiz" to tell his age, "Did you answer that you have a good memory?"

He responded with a deadpan voice, "I don't know. I don't remember."

Figures.
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People in Kenya are calling for justice for some pretty violent things. The government there ignored the people. Here, a police beating draws investigations from the federal government. This appears to be another foreign policy failure if there is no call for at least some type of investigation, although some foreign bodies have already determined enough evidence for a trial...

But.. But... But... Obama got the Nobel Peace Prize....

“The whole thing is a massive disappointment,” said Oduor, 42, who saw dozens of his fellow ethnic Luos mutilated and killed by mobs in Naivasha, north-west of Nairobi. “People suffered, people were killed, people were displaced, but nothing happened and the cause of justice has still not been served.

“Obama shouldn’t meet them because there are all these questions. It will be seen as an endorsement and he’ll be giving them a boost. He shouldn’t shake Ruto’s hand. Maybe he shouldn’t come at all.”

Ndungi Githuku, an artist and activist, said: “Are we being forgotten? Is this the end? By Uhuru meeting Obama, the victims continue to be the losers in this. At the forefront we look flowery and smiling like everything is all right, but behind the scenes dark shadows lurk.” http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2015/07/08/yezhov-bamiyan-and-the-expanding-american-memory-hole-column/29793547/

(Note: reposted because of an error in the link.)
US president’s visit to land of his father has sparked Obama-mania, but critics question decision to meet Uhuru Kenyatta and Ethiopia’s authoritarian regime
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She added that applicants must also attest under penalty of perjury that their information is correct.

Yes, and that same guarantee of criminal sanctions works so well preventing voter registration fraud, welfare fraud, etc. Prosecutors don't prosecute perjury. The Democrats never punished Bill Clinton. Heck, the IRS isn't even prosecuting sitting Senators who bilk taxpayers of tens of thousands in a tax year. Does the Obama Administration really think we can trust that paltry safeguard? 
The report found 11 of 12 fictitious applicants were automatically re-enrolled in ObamaCare. 
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What's with that tagline? Glad you asked. 

Atticus Finch was my profile picture for years.  (I loved the scene with Atticus shooting the rabid dog - "best shot in the county.")  It was time for a little fresher profile picture.  I found an article where a hunter claims to have killed a bigfoot.  It included a photo. "Dead bigfoot.  photo.  How cool is that?"  I knew it had to be the new profile picture.  

Shortly after posting the new profile picture, one of my G+ political friends reminded me of the beef jerky ad. It just seemed apropos. It just had to remain my profile pic and tagline... at least until it gets old.
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    Law, 1999
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