All posts on December, 2011


Opinion

Our Predictions for 2012

by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown


The first of every year, we encourage you to look around, set some goals and live intentionally. As a family we meet together early in the year, devour some quality Chinese Food, and set our goals for the year.

As part of the process, we look around and take inventory of what we see. Part of the process is our annual predictions column. We have some big predictions for … Read the Rest of this Post

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Opinion

The Obamas Celebrate Black Racial Solidarity in Annual Kwanzaa Message

by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch

Barack and Michelle Obama rushed out a message to mark a phony, racist holiday invented by a Marxist who served years in prison for torturing two women. “We celebrate Kwanzaa,” they wrote, “at a time when many African Americans and all Americans reflect on our many blessings” — such as a 15.5 percent black unemployment rate, the highest in 27 years. They acknowledge “many Americans going … Read the Rest of this Post

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Obama’s Christmas Present to Illegals: 24/7 Hotline to Help Aliens Get Out of Jail

by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch


The Obama administration rolled out the next stop on the road to amnesty yesterday. On Thursday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) established a new 24/7, toll-free hotline to help illegal aliens in custody and assure they “are made aware of their rights.” It will help illegals get released from the custody of pesky law enforcers who do not believe in stealth amnesty, file civil rights complaints against … Read the Rest of this Post

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Opinion

The Top Stories We Broke in 2011

by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch


Every year at this time, the media pause to look back at the top stories of the year gone by. This author, too, wants to take this opportunity to look at the top stories of 2011, reported on this website but ignored by the mainstream media. In fact, if you are a new reader, this may be the first time you have heard of some of these news … Read the Rest of this Post

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