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The Truth About Republicans in the Senate

In Capital Offenses, Featured, Middle East, Points Of Interest, Policy, Politics, United States by Rosie On The Right2 Comments

Senator Ted Cruz couldn’t get anyone in the Senate to back him 2 nights ago as he tried to get a ban on Planned Parenthood funding and a linkage of the Iran Nuclear deal in a government funding bill. He stood alone on the Senate floor: THE HILL – Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday 9/28/15, was blocked from trying to …

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Don’t Be Fooled by Carly Fiorina

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Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced in May 2015 that she was throwing her hat into the ring for president in 2016. Let’s just say that although she’s been making waves recently for criticizing Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, that never impressed me much. You see, I could remember her run for U.S. Senate in 2010 that she came …

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World Population & The Birth Control Movement

In Economy, Editorials, Environment, Featured, Health, In His Word, Islam, People, Policy, Politics, Resources, United States by Rosie On The RightLeave a Comment

  The population of the Earth will grow from 7.3 billion people at present to between 9.5 and 13.3 billion people in 2100. This projected exponential growth in population was the result of research conducted by John R. Wilmoth, director of the United Nations Population Division, and colleagues. The study was presented at the August 10, 2015, session of the …

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Obama Pledges to Protect Iran Against Israel

In Featured, International, Islam, Middle East, People, Policy, Politics, Terrorism, United States by Rosie On The Right1 Comment

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) put Kerry on the spot when he asked him and Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz about the controversial articles in Annex III on page 142 of the 159-page. It was revealed that Obama has pledged the United States military to protect Iranian nuclear facilities against any and all aggressive moves from Israel, and any other nations like Saudi …

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The Persecution of Dinesh D’Souza

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The story of Dinesh D’Souza’s persecution by the Obama administration is a story that isn’t being talked about much. The idea that Dinesh D’Souza would be hounded and punished for something that Democrats do every day — Reminds me of something we might see coming out of Fidel Castro’s Cuba or Chairman Mao in China. This story originally written by Pamela …

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Is The U.S Heading Towards Greece?

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According to – The United States is running a larger debt-to-Gross Domestic Product (GDP) ratio than a majority of the world’s advanced economies, according to a new report issued by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). America’s debt increased from nearly 76 percent of annual GDP (Gross Domestic Product) from  2007 to 122.5 percent in 2014, according to the …

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Who Is Chris Christy? Here are the Facts.

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Today, Chris Christie became the fourteenth Republican to announce he would be running for the White House. He is known for his moderate views and calls for compromise. Christopher James “Chris” Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th Governor of New Jersey and a leading member of the Republican Party.Born in Newark, Christie became interested in politics at an …

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What’s wrong with Common Core?

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What do you say when people tell you their child is doing great with the Common Core? In this video, Professor Nicholas Tampio of Fordham University, explains why everyone, including those who say their child has no problem with the Common Core, should refuse the Common Core. If Common Core is so wonderful, why aren’t the elite private schools adopting …