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Italy's political crisis deepens, Grillo refuses to support government
www.reuters.com

The prospect of prolonged uncertainty in the euro zone's third-largest economy caused sharp falls on world markets immediately following the election result, but they calmed on Wednesday after solid demand for Italian government debt at an auction …

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Scott Walker: Government dependence not American Dream
www.usatoday.com

Sadly, there are some in our nation's capital who measure success in government by how many are dependent on the government. The massive expansion of Medicaid, waivers of work programs for food stamps and the extension of unemployment benefits …

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5 Guns to buy before a potential ban
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We aren’t saying a ban is absolutely going to happen, but if it were, what would you need to buy to stock up? http://www.atigunstocks.com http://www.youtube….

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Silly Ways to Defend Yourself Without an Assault Weapon
clashdaily.com

Boy, the anti-gun goobers were out in full force this past week giving us plebeians the down low on what we “need” to protect ourselves during everything. Of course, Joe Biden is literally shooting himself in the foot again. This time with a double barrel shotgun which I guess he forgot you have to reload […]

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Sessions: Obamacare Will Boost Deficit By $6.2 Trillion
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The Affordable Care Act will increase the budget deficit by $6.2 trillion over the next 75 years, says Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee.

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Republicans to Obama: Quit campaigning, spending cuts ‘are going to happen’
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As President Obama prepared to highlight the impact of looming spending cuts with a trip to a Virginia military community, Republicans accused the president Tuesday of using America’s servicemembers as a campaign prop. 

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Why the Debt Crisis Has Trumped the Climate Crisis—at Least in DC
swampland.time.com

It's the reason why our government seems to be lurching from one fiscal crisis to another. But to debt hardliners, there can be no negotiation—and dissenters like the economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman must be defeated. It's telling …

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Christians Are Now World's Most Persecuted Religion
www.powerlineblog.com

In recent months, a new consensus has emerged: For the first time in millennia, Judaism has lost its title as the world's most persecuted religion; today, that dubious honor goes to Christianity. “Christians are targeted more than any other body of …

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