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What if the Economy should improve between now and November?
All of the Republicans and Obama agree that jobs need to be created. They just differ on HOW to create the jobs—the private sector or the government.
If per chance the unemployment figures should dramatically decrease between now and November, where will that leave the Republicans if that is all they have talked about? Read more »
National governments will probably not adopt a new United Nations’ legally binding greenhouse gas emissions treaty in Durban, South Africa, but that does not protect Americans from the UN’s tentacles. The globocrats are employing its non-governmental organizations to entice local and regional governments to allow global bureaucrats to measure, report and verify their municipalities’ greenhouse gas emissions.
The Durban Adaptation Charter, an initiative of ICLEI, the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives, was signed this week by 114 mayors and other elected local leaders representing 950 local governments from around the world. ICLEI employs the same tactics to impose facets of Agenda 21 in hundreds of American communities that link local governments to global governance to implement the UN’s radical environmental agenda. Read more »
An amazing thing happened Saturday night as two of the top candidates for the Republican nomination for president, Mr. Herman Cain and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich sat down at an event organized by Texas Patriots PAC. The event was a debate like has not been seen in recent history as the two candidates sat down for a real discussion. No sound bite attackes. Just a real honest discussion about wasteful government spending, public debt and the management of entitlements. After the debate, both Cain and Gingrich joined TexasGOPVote bloggers in a brief Q&A session (see videos below). Read more »