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The horses asses come out of the woodwork.  Courtesy, Bill Colley
The horses asses come out of the woodwork. Courtesy, Bill Colley
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Commentary: Delusional Leftists & Coming Sharia Law

I received a Google Alert telling me I’m on the Bogy’s radar.  As a right-of-center talk show host I wonder why it took so long.  Some guy who has never had a date with a woman and works from his parent’s basement doesn’t like my approach to radio

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Tax exodus continues, Courtesy, flickr.com
Tax exodus continues, Courtesy, flickr.com
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Taxes & Human Behavior: A Lesson in Logic for Liberals

I came across a few lessons in taxation today.  The links I’m writing about would appear to underscore the obvious and it still boggles my mind the folks on the left often can’t or refuse to grasp the logical

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Should The Smoking Age Change?

Currently in Idaho you can buy cigarettes at 18 years of age. That could change. New York is the first state to officially change the legal age of buying tobacco products. Recently the New York Times announced the legal age for buying tobacco, including cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars and cigarillos will rise to 21, from 18, under a bill adopted by the City Council and which Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has said he would sign. The new minimum age will take effect six months after signing.

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New York City Mayor Gave Money for Education Reform

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho nonprofit group ordered by a judge this week to disclose its donors has collected $641,160 from contributors including New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Education Voters of Idaho had sought to keep financial backers' identities secret after giving more than $200,000 to finance election ads promoting public schools chief Tom Luna's education overhaul

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New York City Board of Health Weighing a Ban on Large Movie Popcorn

Look out, New Yorkers — Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Board of Health aren’t just after your large sodas. Now they want your bucket-sized popcorn and jumbo milkshakes, too.

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Chobani Yogurt Gets National Award

. (AP) - Upstate New York-based Greek yogurt maker Chobani Inc. has been named the national winner of a federal entrepreneurship award. The U.S. Small Business Administration says Tuesday the  company is being honored for its fast growth in sales and employment across the country and overseas.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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New York Is the City Where Americans Would Most and Least Like To Live — Survey of the Day

A new survey has found that New York is the city Americans where they would most and least like to live.

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