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What Members Of Congress Think Of Eligibility Question

ORD IS THE CONSTITUTIONAL eligibility of one Barack Hussein Obama to hold the highest office in our land is being raised in Town Hall meetings all across the country. This should prove interesting. We have no final answers here. We can only read what we read, distill the 2nd and 3rd hand information, only to speculate wildly about what we think is true and what we think is not. However, we're not stupid (apologies to Judge Scalia), and we are not cowed enough to believe that candidate and now President Obama has been in teh least bit properly vetted, despite...

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Jennifer Carroll: Self-Recognition And Self-Resolve

SAY CAN YOU SEE, by the dawn's early light, and have you ever stopped to take measure of Black Republicans in Congress and other places that have known to represent the power of the people? It's time to get acquainted with one such person, in particular. Inspired with strong family values, Jennifer Carroll, 51, was born in Trinidad and moved to New York City with her great aunt and uncle when she was 8, just as desegregation was taking hold. On television, she saw reports about civil rights and Martin Luther King's assassination. Two years after graduating from Uniondale High...


Thune Claims "Obama Experiment Has Failed'

IN A SEARING CRITICISM, South Dakota Sen. John Thune likened the Obama administration to a science project gone wrong as he used the Republicans' weekly radio address to urge voters to back a new kind of change this November. "The Obama experiment has failed," Thune said in the address. With both parties shaping their closing arguments just ahead of the midterm elections, Thune charged that the health care changes and financial regulations and stimulus spending, all backed by Washington Democrats have not turned the economy around. "One of the Democrats' main responsibilities over the past two years was to improve...