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Climate Gate: Where Politics and Religion Unite

Climate Gate:  Where Politics and Religion Unite

By Susan Swift GCC/Staff Nov. 30, 2009  Anthropogenic, or manmade, global warming is not open to debate.  High Priest Al Gore said so.  And how do we know this?  The climatology scriptures (peer review journals) proved it.  If warming skeptics had legitimate claims, so the argument goes, then naturally their arguments and supporting data would […]

Welcoming a New Member to Our Staff- Susan Swift

Welcoming a New Member to Our Staff- Susan Swift

By Dan Samaria Publisher/GCC Nov. 30, 2009 We at the Chronicle continually seek creative, knowledgeable, hard working Americans to join our staff. We would like to introduce you to Susan Swift, who will be writing a weekly column in both Gold Coast Chronicle, and in our children site Young Chronicle News & Reviews. We first heard of her […]

Obama Rising up “Palestine” On the Corpse of Israel (Part I)

Obama Rising up “Palestine” On the Corpse of Israel (Part I)

By Louis René Beres GCC/Staff Nov. 30, 2009 However unwittingly, President Obama is now setting the stage for Israel’s dismemberment. Almost certainly, his fixed and unwavering commitment to a Palestinian state stems from the purest and most sensible of motives. Surely this principled commitment is drawn from some deeply personal and historic sense of justice […]

4 Officers Killed in Line of Duty In Washington State

4 Officers Killed in Line of Duty In Washington State

By Fox News Nov. 29, 2009  Four police officers were shot dead in a targeted ambush at a Lakewood, Wash., state coffee house, a sheriff’s official said Sunday. The attack occurred at Forza Coffee Co., east of McChord Air Force Base near Tacoma, Wash., about 35 miles south of Seattle. Officers are now searching for […]

Tree Safety to Protect Our Kids

Tree Safety to Protect Our Kids

  By Parents Nov. 27, 2009  Though fire-resistant artificial trees in general are safer than fresh-cut trees, some families find it’s just not Christmas without a real pine or spruce, no matter what its size. If your family insists on the real thing, be sure to follow these tips from the National Christmas Tree Association […]

Professor Nidal Hasan – 21st Century Bill Ayers

Professor Nidal Hasan – 21st  Century Bill Ayers

By Susan Swift GCC/Staff Nov. 29, 2009 Editor’s Note: The staff at the Chronicle, would like to welcome Susan Swift to our staff. We first heard of her when she appeared on Rush Limbaugh’s Radio show as one of his callers.   She has passion and freely expresses what millions of Americans are feeling, and about where this […]

Voters are Very Angry Over Deficits

Voters are Very Angry Over Deficits

By Karl Rove Nov. 29, 2009 After engineering an unprecedented spending surge for nearly a year, President Barack Obama now wants to signal that he takes deficits seriously. So this week the White House announced that it is considering creating a commission to figure how to fix the budget mess. Eureka! Well, almost. What seems […]

Jenny’s Pearls

Jenny’s Pearls

By Dan Samaria Publisher/GCC Nov. 29, 2009 Do you know what “Joy logy” means? It is the study of caring, sharing, and listening and Sacrifice. This was written by Mr. Jeineke in 1975 We would like to know what you think: dan@goldcoastchronicle.com What is a Joyologist? A joyologist then would be one who studies joy […]

Face Book and My Space are not so Private

Face Book and My Space are not so Private

By Dr. Laura Nov.29, 2009 Facebook and MySpace and other social networking sites have become a means of not only communicating with so-called “friends,” but they also allow for showing off and “going wild” in ways that often come back to bite…even when you think your site is private. According to the Arizona Daily Star, […]

Dave’s Takes on Gambling a Growing Addiction

Dave’s Takes on Gambling a Growing Addiction

By Dave ramsey Nov. 28, 2009 As you know, many states have some kind of Powerball lottery—the one with the huge payoff. This is pretty ridiculous, folks. The other day I went into the gas station to pay for my fill-up and saw a line of people. For a moment I thought I was going […]

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