Tag Archives: Faith

A Thanksgiving Conversation Starter

Jonathan Gruber, MIT economist and a key architect of ObamaCare, has proudly boasted he relied on his perceived “stupidity of the American voter” as his basis for designing ObamaCare. Gruber visited the White House more than 18 times prior to … Continue reading

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Will Supremes Uphold ObamaCare’s Stupid “Typo” Fraud?

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MIT Professor and chief ObamaCare architect, Jonathan Gruber, has been captured on video tape, twice, bragging that he purposely deceived “stupid Americans”, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and all Democrats, in order to enact Barack Obama’s “legacy” healthcare legislation. Professor Gruber has … Continue reading

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Honoring the Original Veteran

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On this Veteran’s Day, I give enormous thanks to my fellow citizens who have served all over the world. I salute all veterans who have fought, bled and sacrificed so much. I appreciate all who have sworn an oath to serve and … Continue reading

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A Common Core Game Changer

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Breaking through the main stream media’s blackout and exposing actual facts and truth about Common Core IS possible. One all-volunteer group in Georgia, About Common Core (ACC), is on a mission to eradicate Common Core in all states – quickly.  They seek … Continue reading

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Washington’s Axe the Movie | 2015

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Hello Friends, Patriots and Investors. Our nation’s spirit is broken. Our national news and entertainment industries have failed us. Many so-called educators have stripped essential history from our children’s classrooms. By leveraging the massive power of new media, we will … Continue reading

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A Presidential Question, for Obama Supporters Only

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If you are a political supporter of President Barack Obama, I respectfully request you answer a single, honest question. There is no “right” or “wrong” answer, simply a goal to better understand where your thinking lies. Caveat 1: Let’s hypothetically … Continue reading

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