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I do so love the scent of autumn. The crisp air is rich with the essence of nature’s fireworks, mingling delicately in the breeze with burning logs in happy homes, potpourri cooking on kitchen stoves… and the body odor of overeducated-yet-underinformed college students, their pseudo-academic professors, bloated millionaire and billionaire Democratic donors and fading Hollywood cretins.
Ron Paul’s “Restore America” plan calls for massive Federal budget cuts to be made during his first year in office along with the elimination of five cabinet-level agencies and the lowering of corporate tax rates from 35 to 15 percent.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) confronted President Barack Obama in a phone call over the assertions that were made by the President about the lack of a GOP jobs plan.
The President Barack Obama Administration is under scrutiny again following the beginning of a House panel hearing on the $500 million loan package for Solyndra.
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) made it clear that he felt Iran posed “a threat” to the Persian Gulf region, as the lawmaker responded to the assassination plot that was allegedly conceived in Tehran.
After the U.S. helped Libyans oust Moammar Gadhafi, hundreds of surface-to-air missiles and other dangerous weapons fell into the hands of Libyan rebels and terror groups. Americans are now footing the bill for a $30 million program to track down the weapons.
Some researchers believe that phosphorous — a staple of life present in the DNA of all plants and animals — is becoming endangered, and its gradual depletion is being largely ignored.
One analysis of the Herman Cain tax proposal finds that implementation of the 2012 GOP presidential contender’s 9-9-9 plan may be difficult, but conservatives say it is a welcome idea in the tax discussion.
With investigations into U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s complicity in the Fast and Furious guns to Mexico criminality gaining steam, and public appetite for another U.S. war in another Mideast nation waning, President Barack Obama needed a big play. What he got was a four-base error.