Date: November 7, 2012

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GOP Rising African-American Star, Mia Love, Loses Tight Congressional Race in Election Day Shocker

"Saratoga Springs Mayor and rising star in the Republican Party Mia Love lost her bid for a Utah seat in the House of Representatives to Rep. Jim Matheson (D-Utah) in highly contested race." . . . Read More

Muslim Brotherhood: Obama Needs to Accept the Will of the Arab People.

"Islamists in the Middle East are speaking out following President Barack Obama’s re-election Tuesday night. The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood feels that the only foreign policy change Obama can bring is by “accepting the will of the Arab people.” . . . Read More

Bill O’Reilly: It’s not a Traditional Country Anymore.

"Bill O’Reilly offered this shrewd analysis of the 2016 election tonight before the votes were even reported in any of the swing states." . . . Watch

The NAACP’s Attack on the Grahams

"The NAACP of North Carolina leveled its vocal guns first at Billy Graham for urging people to vote their values. Now the group has attacked his son, Franklin, who heads the ministry Samaritan's Purse.

The NAACP of North Carolina, in a seven-page letter, last week accused evangelist Franklin Graham of using his father's name and image in newspaper ads to 'further arouse unwarranted suspicions' about Barack Obama's personal faith. The 19 black leaders who signed the letter describe the full-page ads "clear endorsement of the president's opponent because he was more of a Christian than the president." . . . Read More

Study: Two-Thirds of Jobs Picked Up by Immigrants, Illegal Aliens

"A study by the Center for Immigration Studies concludes two-thirds of the net increase in employment since President Obama took office has gone to immigrants and illegal aliens. The analysis calls into question the wisdom of bringing in more than one million new legal immigrants each year." . . . Read More

He's baaack! Anthony Weiner Returns; Up for NYC Mayoral Run?

"The country is now safe for ex-penis-tweeters. That’s apparently the big message in the wake of last night’s Democratic blowout – at least according to Anthony Weiner . . ." - Read More

States Vote to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage / Recreational Marijuana

"Voters a continent apart made history Tuesday on two divisive social issues, with Maine and Maryland becoming the first states to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote and Washington state legalizing recreational use of marijuana.

The outcomes in Maine and Maryland broke a 32-state streak, dating back to 1998, in which gay marriage had been rebuffed by every state that voted on it. They will become the seventh and eighth states to legalize gay marriage."
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Reid Moves Immediately to Limit GOP Filibusters

"Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Wednesday that he will try to push through a change to Senate rules that would limit the GOP’s ability to filibuster bills.

Speaking in the wake of Tuesday’s election, which boosted Senate Democrats’ numbers slightly, Mr. Reid said he won’t end filibusters altogether but that the rules need to change so that the minority party cannot use the legislative blocking tool as often." . . . Read More

The Republican's Eight-Year McCain Syndrome. Will it go to Twelve? The Tea Party Got it Right, Mitt Got it Wrong

"Mitt Romney won the primaries because he was electable. But, as it turned out, he really wasn’t electable after all. Not when the chief criteria of electability is having no opinion, no point of view and no reason to run for office except to win. Not when the chief criteria of being a Republican presidential nominee is being able to convince people that you’re hardly a Republican at all.

Romney was a star political athlete who had an excellent training regimen and coaching staff. But to win elections, you have to change people’s minds. It’s not enough to try hard or to fight hard; you have to fight for something besides the chance to round the bases. You have to wake people up to a cause." . . . Read More

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And Finally No Surprise Here: Detroiters Elect Eight-Time Ex-Con as State Rep

"Among the new group of state lawmakers to emerge from Election Day on Tuesday is Brian Banks, who has been convicted eight times for felonies involving bad checks and credit card fraud." . . . Read More

 

 

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What will America look like under a second Obama presidency?  If you don't have a clue, you better find one! Check alpha by state/city where this film is playing before November 6, 2012. Unofficial bio of Gerald R. Molen. A picture is worth a thousand words!  This photo was not actually aT the White House, but, regardless of WHERE it was taken, the fact is that he cancelled the National Day of Prayer, said that we are no longer a Christian nation, and has no problem taking part in Muslim prayer.  U.S. President Barack Obama bows to Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio at MacDill Air Force Base on January 28, 2010, in Tampa, Florida.   Iorio had honored CAIR annually in Tampa with its own day in November 2008, acknowledging the large amout of Muslims living in the area. "Ayers, now a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, claims to abhor nostalgia ("Nothing is more boring than some old person going on and on about the way things used to be"). But he has been thinking lately about the past—both his and the country's—and soon he will likely be engaged in what he calls "a dialogue" about the sixties, the antiwar movement, and the radical life he led. The spur for this dialogue will be the publication of Fugitive Days (Beacon Press, $24), a memoir Ayers has written about the trajectory of his life, from a pampered son of the Chicago suburbs to a young pacifist to a founder of one of the most radical political organizations in U.S. history."  Allow video to download and start in Window's Media player. “The North American jet that flew Obama and his traveling crew around for much of the primary season was refurbished with new seats and power for each passenger a must on the campaign trail. And the plane that once had an American flag on its tail now sports the Obama ‘O.’”