Taxing The Rich Won’t Do It

What is the Democrats’ answer to solving our national debt and deficit problem? Tax the rich of course. It’s really that simple. Or is it? Revealing Democrats for the class warfare and wealth envy pimps that they are, the truth about tackling the debt problem is that it isn’t going to happen without the help …

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G.E. to Build Largest U.S. Solar Panel Factory, In NW Florida?

Dateline San Francisco –  In a move that could shake up the American solar industry, General Electric plans to announce on Thursday that it will build the nation’s largest photovoltaic panel factory, with the goal of becoming a major player in the market. The plant, whose location has not been determined, will employ 400 workers …

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Georgia Company Rescues TastyKake

Good news for the Tasty Baking Company and TastyKake lovers all over this land. Three months ago the company was facing bankruptcy. Late on their mortgage payment and $133 million in debt. The state of Pennsylvania loaned them about $40 million in one way or the other just to keep them going until a buyer …

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Budget Battle, It’s All Political

You have to laugh at Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) when he says that Republicans’ spending cuts are “political.” As if Democrats’ spending, bailouts, and takeovers are not. Once we get past the part that the government spending is, was and always will be politically motivated, it makes the hard choices much easier. It is the …

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Undocumented Christians Rounded Up In Beijing

We know of the danger and threats to a country that undocumented aliens can cause. But did you know that in communist China undocumented Christian churches are too! “I think this reflects the overall panic mood of the government leadership over what’s happening in the Middle East and north Africa,” said Bob Fu of the …

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Town Hall Metting Tomorrow With Mayor Hayward

“It’s Your City, Come Join the Discussion!” That’s the message from Mayor Ashton Hayward who will be hosting a town hall-style meeting Monday, April 11, 2011 from 6pm-7:30pm at the Gull Point Recreation Center on the corner of Spanish Trail and Creighton roads. Mayor Hayward and the unelected and infamous “Pensacola City Staff will be …

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Election Result Changes In Wisconsin

Through what is believed to be ‘human error,’ the incumbent Wisconsin Supreme Court justice David Prosser beat out challenger Joanne Kloppenburg by over 7,000 votes instead of Kloppenburg by 204 as was initially reported. The problem was that the votes in Brookfield, Wisconsin were not counted. And Brookfield had a 55 percent voter turnout that …

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Health Department Closes Bayou Texar, Again

The Health Department has again closed Bayou Texar because of unsafe levels of fecal bacteria. Only now, they’re not even using the F word. Apparently it has become trivial enough to just call it ‘bacteria.’ The alert was issued after weekly sampling revealed the level of bacteria has exceeded the level established by state guidelines. …

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Slim Lead By Challenger In Wisconsin Supreme Court Election

Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg holds a 204-vote lead over Justice David Prosser, according the unofficial Associated Press tally. 204 votes is well within cheating range. A recount is expected. Kloppenburg is running for the Wisconsin Supreme Court to unseat Justice David Prosser. Her platform is to repeal Gov. Scott Walker’s reform bill. That’s the …

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