Monthly Archives: June 2011

Greece prepares to sell off state assets to get loans

“Greece is preparing to sell off billions of dollars worth of state assets including airports, highways and state-owned companies, as well as banks, real estate and gaming licenses, to meet international lenders’ demands that it raise funds.” Source: CNN Hmmmm.  … Continue reading

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Supreme Court rules for Wal-Mart in massive job discrimination lawsuit. Source: CNN Yes!  Bought to you by the same Court that partially upended the rules that govern the financing of the nation’s political campaigns. “The new ruling blurs the lines … Continue reading

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U.N. council passes gay rights resolution

“In what the U.S. State Department is calling a “historic step,” the U.N. Human Rights Council passed a resolution Friday supporting equal rights for all, regardless of sexual orientation. The resolution, introduced by South Africa, is the first-ever U.N. resolution … Continue reading

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Hello kiddies, Today I was walking to the bank to make a deposit when I passed a long line of lazy folks waiting for free food. So naturally, I proceeded to tell one of these deadbeats to get a job … Continue reading

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National Infrastructure Bank

First, came the blogs from the White House about a national infrastructure bank. “Investing in Infrastructure to Build Up Middle-Class Jobs and Long-Term Growth“ “Win the Future With a 21st Century Infrastructure“ And now comments from that Zakaria guy on … Continue reading

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Pledge to America

As you watch seven of my buddies get together this evening to slug it out at the first Republican Presidential debate in Manchester, New Hampshire, just remember our Pledge to America during the 2010 mid-term elections. It’s still dear to us … Continue reading

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