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Tuesday Morning News Roundup

November 13, 2012 by  

Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.

  • With the help of mainstream media, the scandal surrounding former CIA Director David Petraeus is quickly becoming depraved enough to be fit for reality television.
  • Conservative commentator Charles Krauthhammer thinks the timing of the sex scandal is a little suspicious.
  • Iranian officials said this week that the nation would “break Obama’s grasping hands” before launching massive “wargames” on Monday to test its ability to repel an air attack against “hypothetical sensitive sites.”
  • American Catholics are vowing civil disobedience if the Obama Administration doesn’t stop trouncing on their religious freedom to reject Obamacare abortion and birth control provisions.

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Sam Rolley

Staff writer Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After learning about many of the biases present in most modern newsrooms, Rolley became determined to find a position in journalism that would allow him to combat the unsavory image that the news industry has gained. He is dedicated to seeking the truth and exposing the lies disseminated by the mainstream media at the behest of their corporate masters, special interest groups and information gatekeepers.

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  • pcdoer

    I classify myself among the concervatives, and I am a registered Republican. I don’t see the Republican position as, but th viable anymore, as the party goes at the Presidential election all wrong, using debates to detract from candidates rather than build them up. I believe to be viable, the GOP should focus on assembling the Conservatives together.

    Right now the only roll the Republicans play is as a block against Democratic and Obama excesses in the House of Representatives. But that block will likely only hold for another two years, and then more Democrats will get elected and hold a majority in both houses. That is when the real raid on those with anything to tax will start.

    So maybe we should beat them to the punch. Forget about balancing the budget. Let the Democrats spend their way to oblivion. They will take us with themwe, but that is our fate anyway. What we want to do is paint the picture that we are standing aside and letting the Democrats and Obama take the lead as the American people want, but we keep tally of what is really happening, and let the people decide which way to go again in 2014 and 2016. All we do is act on those proposed changes that would strip the people bare of their earnings. Don’t even worry about preserving the military. It could go badly for us, but it is going badly for us anyway.

    One thing I’ve learned about Socialists over the last three years is they ignore the facts, go off topic when confronted with them, and prefer to attack on a personal basis and in a way that demeans you and your ideas. Keep bringing it back to the facts, make reference to their inability to stay on topic and come up with answers, and you drive them away. Just treat them in a tone like you would a rebellious child so that others see that side of them and recognize it for what it is. Those people who are thinkers and not those that exactly like that themselves, of course.

    The blacks are in general the most easily gulled people I know, and have been that way since the 1960s. The rhetoric moved from the streets into the classrooms and to the pulpit so they hear how they have been abused, mistreated, ignored, and deserve more all the time. They also help each other land government jobs, and use their race as a weapon to keep jobs if management isn’t happy with their results. Watching Parking Wars on TV, you see them screaming and hollering if a meter maid gives them a parking ticket for illegal parking, something you don’t see others do (this is particularly true of the women). That may make me seem racist, but it is just a fact of the way they behave. By the way, I am not a racist by any means. I worked and lived with blacks and others my whole career in the military. Sometimes you just have to call it the way it is.

  • pcdoer

    Sorry about the typos. My laptop mouse is oversensitive and as I type, tends to jump around the screen and even take me off screen. Finding my way back means repositioning the mouse, and yet some of the characters I type end up in the wrong place.
    For instance, in the above, it should read “Republican position is not viable anymore, as the party goes at the Presidential election all wrong,”. I would also add that the Republicans need to quit playing party politics and using party favors to help out some old cronies (like Connie Mack III) and concentrate in delivering good candidates that will truly work for the good of the country and that are electable (not like Connie Mack IV).

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