Day: December 8, 2009

“Danish Text” Leaked At Copenhagen Summit

I'm waiting to hear about this in our media because these leaked documents paint western leaders as pirates.  Is this more "watch the left hand so you don't realize what the right hand is doing", and maybe completely divert attention away from the Climategate emails and where that investigation is leading? Copenhagen climate summit in disarray after 'Danish text' leak Read the 'Danish text' Developing countries react furiously to leaked draft agreement that would hand more power to rich nations, sideline the UN's negotiating role and abandon the Kyoto protocol The UN Copenhagen climate talks are in disarray today after…
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More On Thaddeus McCotter

It's been an interesting day doing a bit of digging on Michigan's Rep. Thaddeus McCotter with some wild swings of opinion about the congressman, and a pathetic statement of what is happening in Washington and the need to clean house. The American Spectator had a great piece up today about McCotter's views on everything from Reagan, our current wars, and the protests in Iran.  Take the time to read the entire piece. Guitar Man McCOTTER'S VISION EXTENDS FAR BEYOND his congressional district, however. He methodically walks through a five-point summary of the fundamental principles he says should guide the Republican…
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Glenn Beck, 12.08.09: Robert Creamer, George Soros, And The Prison Plan

I am putting up yesterday's opening segment for those that have not seen it as it details the prison plan brought forward by Robert Creamer to achieve progressives' goals. I will update this post about Acorn, and voter angry when the segments become available. Glenn Beck: 12.07.09: Today's opening segment continues with more information about Robert Creamer: More videos below the break: (more…)
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The Barney Frank Masquerade

ALWAYS GET TAPE! An email from Barney: Friend -- The extremists who control the Republican Party have engaged in one of the most implausible masquerades in history by trying to identify themselves with the American Colonials who revolted against British rule. In fact, as I prepare to go to the floor of the House this week to defend a package of tough financial reforms and consumer and investor protections, I confront a hostile, virtually unanimous Republican Party, which has a major characteristic in common with a different set of eighteenth century figures - the kings of France. When the French…
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