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By LAURA REDDY
Nov. 29. 2011
The female bodybuilder who once ran a bicycle business with latest Herman Cain accuser Ginger White says the Atlanta woman never mentioned the Republican presidential candidate, who she says was her lover for 13 years.
"His name has never come up," said Kimberly Vay, who told ABC News that she and White were former business partners.
But Vay, who filed and won a libel lawsuit against…Continue
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November 29, 2011
Ginger White, who claims that she had an affair with Herman Cain, is an out-of-work single mother from Atlanta.
Ginger White, the woman who said she was Herman Cain's mistress for 13 years, is an unemployed single mom from Atlanta, The New York Times reported.
White came forward with allegations that she had an an affair with the Republican presidential…Continue
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November 27, 2011
ome fans of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin haven’t given up yet on the prospect of her jumping in the race for the White House in 2012 and say they plan to run …Continue
Published November 28, 2011
Barack Obama belongs to a church that is (or was until recently) headed by what appears to be an angry and bitter old man who harbors extremely radical views about America and about race relations in general. The church could accurately be described as a black separatist organization. It engages in exactly the sort of racial segregation that the "civil rights movement" has opposed for decades. Until very recently, Senator Obama was proud to be associated with this church — but then some of…Continue
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By Nicholas Ballasy
Video obtained exclusively by The Daily Caller shows Illinois Senator Barack Obama, then campaigning for Democrats before the 2006 midterm elections, praising Reverend Jeremiah Wright and telling an audience that he “stole” the title of his book “The Audacity of Hope” from Wright’s sermon of the same name, which he “loved.” Obama also referred to Wright as “my pastor.”
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From: Carl A. Swensson
Monday, November 28, 2011
Attn: Mr. Brian Kemp
It has come to my attention your office has posted Barack Obama as the sole Democrat candidate for President on the Ga. Primary Ballot. This notice is my challenge and request he be removed from our ballot as he does not meet the minimum qualifications as set forth in Article II Section I Clause V concerning the Natural Born Citizen status.
They entered our borders and many end up in your town!!!!!!!
This is the backbone to Obama's "tax the rich" policy. I just re-posted as I noticed only 2 members reviewed it. This is a message we need to get out to everyone, if we haven't already. There is also a posted video of Mr. Buffett explaining he does not know Obama's proposed bill?
November 19, 2011…
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By Edwin Mora
November 28, 2011
(CNSNews.com) – The Obama administration has slashed spending on border fencing, infrastructure and technology, cutting it by more than half since it peaked under President George W. Bush in fiscal 2008, according to a Government Accountability Office report.…Continue
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THE VIRGINIA DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
[On May 15, 1776, the Virginia Convention "resolved unanimously that the delegates appointed to represent this colony in General Congress be instructed to propose to that respectable body to declare the United Colonies free and independent states . . . [and] that a committee be appointed to prepare a DECLARATION OF RIGHTS and . . . plan of government." R. H. Lee's resolution of June 7, 1776,…Continue
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Thomas Jefferson was a man of deep religious conviction - his conviction was that religion was a very personal matter, one which the government had no business getting involved in. He was vilified by his political opponents for his role in the passage of the 1786 Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom and for his criticism of such biblical truths as the Great Flood and the theological age of the Earth. As president, he discontinued the practice started by his predecessors George…Continue
The address of the Danbury Baptists Association in the state of
Connecticut, assembled October 7, 1801. To Thomas Jefferson,
Esq., President of the United States of America.
Among the many million in America and Europe who rejoice in your
election to office; we embrace the first opportunity which we
have enjoyed in our collective capacity, since your inauguration,
to express our great satisfaction, in your appointment to the
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