From Around the Blogroll: Midweek Edition

This week has seen a lot of great stuff from our friends around the blogroll! Kate of the Victory Girls spotted how conservatives have highjacked the #askFLOTUS hashtag on Twitter. If you are unfamiliar with Twitter, a hashtag is like a subject category for Twitter and other social media messages, which allows the media users …

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I told you so! More attacks on smokers

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Penn Medicine decision not to hire smokers part of a controversial trend Don Sapatkin, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2013, 3:01 AM Penn Medicine’s decision to hire only nonsmokers starting July 1 is part of a slow-moving trend that goes back decades and that is still controversial even among …

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Who’s Watching The Watchers??

Karnidevour is watching us. Everybody is watching. Use the wrong trigger word (sorta sounds like the first word here) and you will be watched and/or listened to, recorded, and like one phrase from the MOODY BLUES, you will be Magnetic Ink. On Thanksgiving I Googled Skid Slides to show my M-i-L for her walker. Since …

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BO Loses, The Public and Coal Miners WIN

It dawned on a UMW president of a local in WV that the Membership was losing jobs in WV, PA and OH. When looking for a culprit, it was the EPA overstepping its authority and creating “Regulations” that were not supported by the Clean Air Act. In short, the EPA was making its own laws …

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Shhh! Pam! Don’t tell them!

Pam, one of my high school classmates linked this article on her Facebook page: Study: Obesity Increases Driver’s Risk Of Being In Car Accident August 7, 2012 7:27 AM SEATTLE (CBS Seattle) – A new study claims that obesity could not only increase a driver’s risk of being in a car accident, but also result …

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Resistance is futile; you must comply

Your Editor has noted previously1 that if the federal government is going to be ultimately responsible for your health care coverage, then the federal government is going to have both an interest in controlling health care costs and a right to take action to do so, whether you believe that such actions are overly intrusive …

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King Obama Guts Another Law by Fiat (not the car)

Our steamed President wannabe dictator, has voided a section of the Welfare Reform Law that was hammered out through Compromise between a Republican Congress and President Clinton. Our steamed President wannabe dictator along with the compliant HHS secretary gutted the law by Fiat. Well, he just rewrote it to fit his desires and told Congress …

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What a shame it is that the actual voters have a say in things here.

Stealing Borrowing again from Karen, The Lovely Conservative: Obama’s Transportation Secretary Loves the Way They Do Things In China July 7, 2012 President Obama sure knows how to pick ‘em. His Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood lamented that the US isn’t more like China when it comes to infrastructure planning and spending. Over there …

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Supreme Court upholds Obumblecare

The Supremes just handed down their decision on Obamacare, and it says we’re screwed.

For WW: The Difference Between Wide Receiver & Fast And Furious

The Difference Between Wide Receiver & Fast And Furious posted on June 22, 2012 by Tim Brown While the White House, Eric Holder, and the liberal talking heads continue blaming Bush for the Obama administrations fumbles in the Fast and Furious gun walking operation gone bad, they cannot see the distinct difference between operation Wide …

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