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  • Rick Perry: Middle Income Americans Don't Pay Enough Income Taxes [leftist spin, ie, lie]

    08/22/2011 8:50:31 PM PDT · by Graneros · 200 replies
    Forbes ^ | 8/18/2011 | Len Burman
    I’ve been blissfully off the grid for the past few days, cycling in Western New York. (Allegany State Park is absolutely gorgeous. Made me be glad to be paying taxes in New York State.) I could forget about the debt ceiling fiasco, 9 percent unemployment, the tea party, runaway health spending, global warming, the NBA lockout… But back in the real world, I learn from newly minted GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry what’s wrong with America—that middle income Americans don’t pay enough taxes. Really. We’re dismayed at the injustice that nearly half of all Americans don’t even pay any income...
  • For NewsWire Distribution: CBC and Canadian Press Flunked Out in Coverage of Several Terrorist Cases

    11/04/2005 12:33:24 PM PST · by OldWNewW · 2 replies · 557+ views
    I-NewsWire.Com ^ | 2005-11-04 | SPNW NewsWire
    Terrorism and Security: Major Canadian Media Organizations Possibly a Haven for Single-Issue Activists Government policy analyst lodges request for investigation of lop-sided media coverage of two terrorism related cases. Poor journalism widespread while watchdog bodies ineffective or biased. (I-Newswire) - Literally millions of Canadians have read the newspapers or seen coverage of the cases of Muhammed Mahjoub, a suspected terrorist being held indefinitely on a secret service security certificate, and Maher Arar, also suspected of having terrorist connections. While Canadian media such as the CBC and the Canadian Press have provided ample opportunities for Maher Arar and Muhammed Mahjoub and...
  • Inciting the New Crusades - (enough of Muslims whining about their "oppression!")

    05/04/2005 8:51:21 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 36 replies · 3,324+ views
    THE RANT.US ^ | MAY 4, 2005 | BARBARA STOCK
    I receive an English comic book several times a week via e-mail called: “The Party for Islamic Renewal.” In one of their latest issues, British Muslims are wailing about how badly Muslims are treated around the world. The Muslims of England must unite to protest the horrible, evil, cruel, and completely unjust persecution and oppression of Muslims. Muslims complain that in France, the locals don’t like the Muslim girls to wear their hijabs. This is an outrage. I understand that in Egypt a woman is encouraged to wear the hijab. In fact, I believe it’s mandatory, especially if she is...
  • AP stands by its story about anti-Bush SEAL (Freeper Travis McGee mentioned)

    09/13/2004 1:43:11 PM PDT · by ambrose · 326 replies · 8,970+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 9/13/04
    about anti-Bush SEAL This is a WorldNetDaily printer-friendly version of the article which follows. To view this item online, visit http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=40427 Monday, September 13, 2004 ELECTION 2004AP stands by its story about anti-Bush SEALMan with Muslim name doesn't come up on search of elite sailors Posted: September 13, 20044:06 p.m. Eastern By Ron Strom © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com An Associated Press reporter is standing by his story that describes an anti-Bush veteran as a former Navy SEAL in the face of questions about whether or not the man was in fact a member of the elite unit. The reporter, Elliott Minor says the...
  • Shop grounded (Looks like R/C Airplanes to be banned?)

    03/18/2003 6:00:43 AM PST · by ItsTheMediaStupid · 52 replies · 868+ views
    The Clanto Advertiser ^ | March 13, 2003 | Jason Green
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- March 13-464, 2003 Shop grounded By Jason Green A closed sign sits in the window of Clanton's Hobby Shop. It's been there for three weeks and now it sits next to a recently placed for sale sign. Store owner Ricky Ritch said that he had little choice but to close his business when the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials asked him to stop selling remote control airplanes, rockets, helicopters and fuel containing more than 20 percent nitroglycerin. On Wednesday, Ritch received a visit from the Justice department, the Homeland Security department and...