Thought Of The Day

Closeup of a lonely senior man lost in thought , looking awayMost people do not understand business. They do not realize that the term “business expenses” are cost that are calculated in the cost of what they buy.

Which means they will never understand that any taxes placed on business will be paid by the consumer because it is placed on the item they buy.


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March 29th – Implosion of Political Parties

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The crazy thing political parties are doing can only mean they are all imploding. Democrats have no guidance, Republican have infighting and TEA party have lost the vision they once had.

We state our facts to let you decide.

 
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Thought Of The Day

Closeup of a lonely senior man lost in thought , looking awayConservative believes = be self supporting, government stay out of our lives.

Socialist believes = The government should give you everything you need to live.

Liberal believes = The government should make sure everybody is equal.

Communist believes = Government should control your life.

Is that simple enough to understand?


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The Strategies The Left Uses to Silence Conservative Women

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Reported by: CampusReform.org

Donna Shalala, the president of the University of Miami, attracted criticism in the national press based on her administration’s decision to reject the application of four female students who wanted to organize a conservative group on campus. The University claimed, according to press reports, that the group was redundant.

Though the university reversed its decision after public criticism, this incident is an example of how universities often end up skewing the political climate and culture on college campuses. Shalala, of course, is a prominent Democratic official, having served as Secretary of Health and Human Services for eight years during the Clinton administration. She was recently named the CEO of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation.

In founding the Network of enlightened Women (NeW) at the University of Virginia in 2004 and working with women across the country to start chapters, l have seen firsthand how colleges and universities—and members of the political left who often lead them—use their power to control and shape debate on college campuses. And the administrators aren’t the only ones who can shut down voices they dislike; faculty and students are just as capable of shouting down their conservative peers.

Here are five ways that colleges and their community members keep conservative women’s voices quiet:

1. Build a Bureaucracy

click here to read the complete article: CampusReform.org


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Thought Of The Day

Closeup of a lonely senior man lost in thought , looking awayThere are at least 3 times in your life when you will think: “What do I do now?”
When you leave school, when your children leave home and when you retire.


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March 22nd – Natural Laws Part 4

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Part 4 of what are Natural Laws (Unalienable Rights) and Common Sense was talked about with actions of the Senate in question based on Natural Laws.

Congressman Ted Yoho called in and gave us breaking news on his thoughts about the irresponsibility and deception by our state department, by this administration and the National Intelligence community. Plus 60 million dollars for a plane for a minister.

 
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