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growth, perspective & finding my rhythm

Last weekend I looked into our backyard; admiring the lush green growth upon our landscape.  ALL WEEDS.

Tackling my side yard had not been on my to-do list but I found myself digging out shovels, my gardening boots, gloves and our yard trash bin.  1,049 more words

Family

Voters: Ignore Obama vetoes, keep passing bills he doesn't like

WashingtonExaminer

A strong majority of U.S. voters want Congress to continue to pass legislation the president opposes, like for construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, a clear sign that they now see Washington’s power shifting to the GOP-controlled Capitol Hill.

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Politics

Supreme Court ruling could increase Obamacare premiums 700 percent

WashingtonExaminer

If the government loses in a major Obamacare challenge before the Supreme Court, it will result in premium increases of up to 700 percent for nearly 8 million people, a new analysis claims.

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Government

Obama Believes He Alone Is The Law In America

IBD

Rule Of Law: First, the president issues unlawful executive orders giving illegal immigrants amnesty. Then, he dares an equal branch of government to vote on his orders’ legality so he can veto it.

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Government

Time for Congress to Gut the FCC

Under an Obama-appointed chairman it is no longer independent but a travesty.

For political reasons. You see, all the FCC has to do is redefine broadband at a higher speed, and now they can argue that America’s broadband networks are insufficient and thus require greater FCC intervention.

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Politics

... OF FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND MANAGED DEMOCRACY: A PERSONAL VIEW OF EAST DEVON

Jeremy Woodward, whose Freedom of Information requests led to the current court case betweem the Information Commissioner and EDDC pens his personal story:

It all started with a simple request back in November 2012. 1,286 more words

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