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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on July 10, 2012.   President Barack Obama abc.com Wednesday July 11th the full House of Representatives, which is filled with a republican majority, will vote on a bill called the “Repeal of Obamacare Act.” This is not the first time the GOP house has voted to repeal […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on July 10, 2012.   Mentally disabled child Angelina Kio Myspace Marjorie Jones, 63, was a bus driver for in upstate New York for over 30 years, but she is now unemployed and has been sentenced to three years probation after she was found guilty in May of […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on July 9, 2012.   Duke Energy Corporate logo Layfaette online Bill Johnson is an honest sounding name, but do not let the plain tenor fool you. Mr. Johnson was in charge of a $26 billion merger between Duke Energy and Prospect Energy for a grand total of […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on July 8, 2012.   New York upholds gay marriage ABC.com The Marriage Equality Act was reaffirmed Friday, July 6th by the New York Supreme Court in by a unanimous 5 – 0 decision. It was a definitive blow to those who oppose equality and who now find […]

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Restaurant owner dies of heart attack after meeting President Obama

This article was originally published on Examiner.com on July 7, 2012. Life is indeed too short, as is evidenced by the story of Josephine “Ann” Harris who died Friday, July 6th at 70-years-old just hours after meeting President Barack Obama. The president and his caravan were making a campaign stop at “Ann’s Place” in Akron, […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on July 2, 2012. Picture your family terrorized in a home that you own and pay taxes on. Unknown persons vandalized your property. They scratched bigoted slurs into your vehicles. They broke in when you weren’t home and desecrated your living quarters. They vandalized your children’s bedrooms. They […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com June 29, 2012.     March 26, 2012 is the day Bill O’Reilly was interviewing Caroline Fredrickson about the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s signature legislation, The Affordable Care Act. Fredrickson is a constitutional scholar and president of The American Constitution Society. You may watch their interaction on […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on June 27, 2012.   Rupert Murdoch Anti-Romney Tweet Twitter Over the weekend on Sunday June 24th Rupert Murdoch the owner of NEWSCORP which is the parent company of Fox ‘News’ and all of its affiliates tweeted his dissatisfaction with Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney. […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on June 26, 2012.   Two years ago New Jersey native Elizabeth Lloyd was at a little league baseball game sitting on the sidelines when she was hit in the face by a stray ball thrown by then 11-year-old Matthew Migliaccio who is the team’s catcher. He was […]

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This article was originally published on Examiner.com on June 25, 2012. 33,000 likes.   Republicans often complain about the cost of food subsidization for the poor, but the reality is some of theirbiggest and most powerful constituents are profiting from SNAP, aka Foodstamps, in several sinister ways. The total budget for The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance […]

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