Monthly Archives: December 2013

Inequality — Crisis or Scam – Pat Buchanan

Inequality — Crisis or Scam – Pat Buchanan “When President Richard Nixon arrived in Beijing in 1972, Chairman Mao Zedong — with his Marxist revolution, Great Leap Forward and Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution — had achieved an equality unrivaled anywhere. … Continue reading

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Hit Piece Journalism

Hit Piece Journalism – Thomas Sowell “The central target of the New York Times hit piece was Professor Craig Pirrong, whom it says “had financial ties to both sides” of a dispute over financial speculation. Despite this, the repeated insinuation … Continue reading

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B&W 1980’s New York by Richard Sandler

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MSNBC host apologizes after panel makes fun of Romney photo with black grandchild

Originally posted on CNN Political Ticker:
Updated 2:48 p.m. ET, 12/31/2013 (CNN) — An MSNBC host apologized Tuesday morning after she and panelists on her weekend program faced criticism for poking fun at a photo of Mitt Romney, his wife…

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$15 Minimum Wage = Fewer Jobs & Higher Prices

Businesses brace for ‘serious cuts’ as city enacts highest-in-nation $15 minimum wage | Fox News. ” On Jan. 1, an estimated 1,600 hotel and transportation workers in SeaTac, Wash., will see their pay jump to $15 an hour, a 60 … Continue reading

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Photo Eye Reflections

Eye reflections in photos could help solve crimes, researchers say | Fox News.

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A white mayor for ‘the chocolate city’? – CNN.com

A white mayor for ‘the chocolate city’? – CNN.com. “I have a track record and have always been able to win with significant African-American vote,” Wells told CNN before the event. “If I am elected, they (African-Americans) will get someone … Continue reading

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