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December 27, 2010

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God and Country

It is December 27, 2010, it is 682 days until Election Day 2012 and 264 Days until Peace in the Middle East will be delivered as promised by Hillary Clinton.

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Hold Their Feet to the Fire 2011


WND: Obama asks us to believe impossible things

Obama Hatter

The queen in "Alice in Wonderland" could only believe six impossible things before breakfast. Obama asks us to believe an unlimited number of impossible things every day.



Obama embraces Death Panel rule

The new provision goes into effect Jan. 1, 2011 and allows Medicare to pay for voluntary counseling to help beneficiaries deal with the Death Panel complex and decisions families face when a loved one is approaching death. Critics say it is another attempt to limit healthcare options for the elderly as they face serious illness.


The wimps who stole Christmas

If we're not "a nanny state," then we've become a nation of Eagles snowovercautious risk managers, also known as wimps. They don't play American football in China, but I believe that if they did, not only would they have played this game, but 300,000 fans would have marched barefoot through the drifts for 15 miles to get to the stadium, drilling each other with advanced calculus problems as they walked.



Iraqi Christians defy threats to pack church on Christmas

Hundreds of Christians packed Baghdad's Our Lady of Salvation Iraqis Church church for Christmas on Saturday, defying threats of attacks less than two months after militants massacred worshippers and priests there.



Bethlehem celebrates merriest Christmas in years

Officials said the turnout was shaping up to be the largest since 2000. Bethlehem Christmas Unseasonably mild weather, a virtual halt in Israeli-Palestinian violence and a burgeoning economic revival in the West Bank all added to the holiday cheer.By nightfall, a packed Manger Square was awash in red, blue, green and yellow Christmas lights.



More Germans say 'nein' to Islamists

Spooked by what many see as a terrorism threat, ordinary people areGerman Islamist becoming increasingly vocal in opposing radical Muslims. They are ditching traditions of tolerance and saying 'no' to cultures that do not share their democratic values. Some lament the decline of multiculturalism - "Utterly failed," in the words of German Chancellor Angela Merkel - while others say Europe is defending its way of life against those who would destroy it.



NYT: Bundle Up Its Global Warming!

The headline is attached to a bizarre article by Judah Cohen. Since he NYC Blizzard is the director of seasonal forecasting at an atmospheric and environmental research firm, I guess he has to come up with some plausible explanation for why the global warming doomsday has been proved wrong.



Oil tops $90/barrel fire the CFTC Chair!

Chairman Gensler has been busy passing himself off as a reformer.Gensler An ex Goldman Sachs partner having worked at the firm for 18 years and brought into the Treasury Department by ex Goldman Chairman and Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin (Rubin, perhaps best now remembered for his defense of unfettered derivatives trading with minimal government oversight- the derivatives market now reaching some $300 trillion or 20 times the nation's annual output).


Immigration push seems dead

When Republican lawmakers take over the House and gain strength inMexifornia License the Senate after the New Year, a decade long drive to overhaul the immigration system and legalize some of the estimated 11 million undocumented migrants seems all but certain to come to a halt.


Cargo flying over USA not screened

As the Obama administration works to harden domestic defenses TSA cargoagainst terrorism, some experts point to a potential vulnerability from thousands of flights that pass over the United States each week. Although the United States regulates overflights, the cargo aboard them is not screened to federal standards and passenger lists are not matched to names on the terrorist watch list maintained by the Transportation Security Administration.


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