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Democrats Attack Opponents to Save an Unprepared Obamacare

Democrats Attack Opponents to Save an Unprepared Obamacare

By Jim Kouri GCC/Staff Sept. 30, 2013 While President Barack Obama and his minions walk on eggshells not to offend corrupt and lawless nations such as Iran, they are more than ready to clearly display their vitriol for Republicans, Tea Party members and anyone opposed to the Affordable Care Act , also known as Obamacare, […]

Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act Has Not Been Ruled Constitutional

Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act Has Not Been Ruled Constitutional

By Bruce Allen Hedrick GCC/Staff Set. 30. 2013 O’Reilly is wrong, as are many other talking heads: the Supreme Court did not rule on the constitutionality of the Affordable Health Care Act IN ITS APPLICATION TO THE INDIVIDUAL. The concept of a government controlled mandate on health insurance was identified as a tax; that is […]

New Politics of Obamacare: a Train Called Doom

New Politics of Obamacare: a Train Called Doom

By J. Andrew Peak Sept. 30, 2013 Brace yourself. It’s gonna get bumpy. Obamacare is about to be implemented. A train called Doom, headed for Deathpanelistan, is departing Fantasyland Station on Track 44 and all the rails have yet to be laid. Once the congressional circus in the caboose ends, (regarding the issue of defunding) politicians […]

A Very Angry America

A Very Angry America

By Alan Caruba GCC/Staff Sept. 30, 2013 I have been trying to remember when there was so much anger between the Democrats and Republicans. Or maybe I should say between liberals and conservatives? Or maybe I should say between the Tea Party and the Republican Party? Or maybe I should say those who find the […]

9-11: Don’t Look Away

9-11: Don’t Look Away

By Kerry Patton GCC/Staff Sept. 11, 2013 Editor’s Note: Since 9-11-2001, every anniversary on this day, it’s been incredibly difficult to express myself. Words just never come to me with ease and to be honest, most of those I see are already saying what is on my mind. For the most part, I simply become […]

Post 9/11: How Safe Are We?

Post 9/11: How Safe Are We?

By Alan Caruba GCC/Staff Sept. 11, 2013 Two recent polls suggest that Americans are still well aware of the threats to the nation’s security. A Fox News poll found that four out of ten Americans think that the nation is less safe today than before 9/11. Overall, however, 51% thought it was safer. A Rasmussen […]

Remembering 911

Remembering 911

By Lt. Col. Allen B. West Sept. 11, 2013 Today we remember the 12th anniversary of the horrific terrorist attacks of 9-11 and the four Americans who were murdered in Benghazi 11 years later. On that fateful morning in September 2011, I was a Major serving at Camp Lejeune, NC, on an exchange assignment to […]

Never Forget the Unforgettable on 9/11

Never Forget the Unforgettable on 9/11

By Amil Imani GCC/Staff Sept 11, 2013 It is said that “powerlessness frustrates and absolute powerlessness frustrates absolutely. Absolute frustration is a dangerous emotion to run a world with.” Sometimes I wonder why I am so restless, why I cannot cease thinking! It seems like the world we live in reveals to us incessantly, at […]

Remembering 911 in 2013

Remembering 911 in 2013

By Florida Grandma GCC/Staff Sept. 11, 2013 Editor’s Note: We first published this in Sept 11, 2008. This was written by a wonderful grandma who lived in Florida. I have no picture today, but I look at the sky this evening as the day wanes and it is very like that Tuesday: rain and heavy […]

Help Remembering 9/11

Help Remembering 9/11

By Kim Komando Sept 11, 2013 In the aftermath of the devastation of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, we swore as a nation that we would never forget. We would never forget the names of the victims. They were husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, sons and daughters. They were firefighters and police officers – heroes in the […]

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