Monthly Archives: October 2014

Public Safety Takes a Back Seat to Ebola Politics

(graphic credit) Intro by Jeff Rutherford I predict that the Obama Administration will finally give in to pressure to restrict air travel from West Africa to the U.S. – after next week’s election.  Oh sure, they’ll devise a different ostensible … Continue reading

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You Can Crack the Keystone Pipeline Stone Wall on Nov 4th

By Jeff Rutherford Want to see more good jobs in America?  Me too. Thousands of good paying productive jobs are being blocked for purely political reasons by the Democrat Party and its coalition of protesters and activists who have stonewalled … Continue reading

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Vote Yourself a Tax Cut at the Pump

By Jeff Rutherford Have you ever seen gas prices FALL during a period of extreme turmoil in the world, especially the Middle East?  I haven’t. But that’s exactly what we’re seeing this year.  Admit it – it’s a breath of … Continue reading

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Why All Your Chads Should Hang to the Same Side

By Jeff Rutherford Remember the election of 2000, with Florida’s famous “hanging chads”?  I know a guy at work named Chad who’s had the nickname “Hanging Chad” ever since.  When someone calls him that, he sheepishly grins…but subconsciously swaggers like … Continue reading

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Obamacare in Four Sentences

(graphic credit) By Jeff Rutherford, and an anonymous emailer Earlier this year in July, an email circulated the internet which was a masterpiece of precision and pith: Here are the 10,535 pages of Obama Care condensed to 4 sentences.

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