Tag Archive: “Right wing news”

on February 9, 2014 in Right Edition

Obama and Treason – Trudeau on Pot

Obama and Treason – Trudeau on Pot A candidate for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives is under fire over a series of controversial tweets. Joshua Black is running for Florida House District 68, which covers parts of St. Petersburg and Pinellas Park. The Republican candidate perhaps inadvertently raised his profile to a national level on Monday after retweeting somebody’s comment that “I’m past impeachment. It’s time to arrest [President Obama] and hang him high.” Black added in his retweet that he agreed. Black explained it’s his opinion the President has committed multiple crimes and if he’s tried… View Article

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on February 8, 2014 in World News

Obama and O’Reilly

Obama and O’Reilly: The Factor’s no-spin zone spins toward deceit By mike | Published: February 8, 2014 In a talking points memo this week, FOX’s Bill O’Reilly assured his readers and listeners that President Obama does not intend to hurt America, and argued that Obama’s actions as president reflect his passion for social justice. “The far right,” Mr. O’Reilly wrote in reference to his fellow Harvard alum, “is making a huge mistake thinking that Mister Obama is actively trying to harm the nation. He is not. His overriding concern can be summed up in two words: social justice. It...

Obama and O’Reilly: The Factor’s no-spin zone spins toward deceit By mike | Published: February 8, 2014 In a talking points memo this week, FOX’s Bill O’Reilly assured his readers and listeners that President Obama does not intend to...

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on January 16, 2014 in World News

Lady questioned because Baby looked cold

Police swoop on mum after 999 caller said her baby ‘looked cold’ A MOTHER told yesterday how she was questioned by police after a 999 caller alleged her baby “looked cold” as they played by the seaside. Paula Andrew, 43, was with nine-month-old daughter Maddy on a promenade while husband Mike, 49, went surfing off the beach at Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The baby was wearing woolly tights, bootees, leggings and an all-in-one vest with a long-sleeve fleecy top, while temperatures were above the seasonal average at around 8C. After about 10 minutes of running up and down the promenade, Mrs… View Article

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on January 16, 2014 in World News

Burger is 16 inches high and 6,900 calories

                    Burger is 16 inches high and 6,900 calories This gigantic burger is crammed full of almost 7,000 calories and would make the perfect meal for anyone looking for a Man v Food style challenge. The burger, known as the Moby Dick, stands at a whopping 16 inches tall and weighs 1.25lbs. It contains a steak burger, a pork, sage and onion burger, a minted lamb burger and a bacon burger piled between four baps. The burger, sold at the Ship Inn at Newnham in Gloucestershire, also has four layers of… View Article

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on January 16, 2014 in World News

A cure for ALL cancers is on the way

                      A cure for ALL cancers is on the way as scientists make major breakthrough MILLIONS of cancer ­sufferers have been given fresh hope of a cure after ground-breaking research. The breakthrough came in a 16-year study of the only ­animal immune to cancer. The discovery by an Israeli specialist was last night hailed as “radical and potentially life-changing”. In a world first, Professor Aaron Avivi and his team found that cells from the blind mole rat and its cousin the naked mole rat secrete a substance that destroys cancer… View Article

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on January 15, 2014 in Right Edition

Gov’t to Tax Fines – Obama’s Fundemental Change

Gov’t to Tax Fines – Obama’s Fundemental Change Justice Minister Peter MacKay is deflecting criticism of a new, mandatory victim surcharge, saying judges opposed to the measure will eventually “see the wisdom” of making sure victims of crime receive proper help. MacKay was responding Monday to reports that say judges in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta have either refused to order criminals to pay the surcharge or found ways to make it impossible for authorities to collect the fee. Some judges and justice critics have said the surcharge places an unfair burden on those who don’t have the means to… View Article

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on January 15, 2014 in World News

California Lifeguards make 100k

                  California Lifeguards make 100k Newport Beach’s $100,000 Lifeguards Feel Pension Squeeze California, where four ranking lifeguards earned more than the town’s $109,677 median household income in 2012, may partially disband its municipal ocean rescue to deal with rising pension costs. The Orange County city of 87,000, where Zillow.com says the median home value is $1.5 million, is weighing bids from other governments and private companies for lifeguard services at Corona del Mar State Beach, which the municipality patrols. Newport Beach’s oceanfront, including the state park, draws about 1.6 million visitors a… View Article

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on January 15, 2014 in World News

Obama ‘abjectly despises’ whites

                Allen West: Obama ‘abjectly despises’ whites War hero and former Republican congressman Allen West is asking how long it will take for “you people” – white Americans – to realize that their president “abjectly despises” them. In a commentary posted Tuesday on his website, West, who represented Florida in Congress after an extended career in the U.S. military, confronted the issue of racism. Citing Obama Attorney General Eric Holder’s warning that schools must drop policies that “disproportionately punish minorities,” West asserted it’s not racist to punish blacks more when they are causing… View Article

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