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Truth meets at the Top
|Top truths from the top people from the top sources. Truth Meets At The Top is a hard-hitting, unrelenting, politically incorrect, thorough vetting of President Obama. America is strongly conservative.
Bio of Host Joe Cienkowsi:
Joe Cienkowski is a Christian and author born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Nov. 16, 1965. He had a close family upbringing, one of 4 children. Politics and religion played a big part in his life. He aspired to be a lawyer at one point, and loves debating. He grew up in the Roman Catholic faith, but abandoned his faith for a time. After being imprisoned for marijuana, God broke down strongholds in his life. He came to know true Christianity.
Following President Barack Obama’s highly criticized “you didn’t build that” remark about business owners last week, some owners have submitted photos of their businesses for a two-minute “I built this” video take down of Obama’s comments.
Romney hit back also with his own ad
The attack, in the central sector of the porous desert frontier, may heighten Israeli fears of an erosion of security in the Egyptian Sinai given the political upheaval in Cairo.
A Sinai pipeline built to supply Israel and Jordan with gas was blown up in a separate incident on Sunday, the 15th such sabotage since the start of a popular revolt that toppled the U.S.-aligned Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in February last year.
Mubarak was succeeded by Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is ideologically hostile to the Jewish state and linked to the Hamas Islamists who run the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian territory that also abuts Sinai.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in April that Sinai was becoming a lawless “Wild West,” but his government has since signaled more confidence in the new Egyptian government’s ability to restore order.
This quarter’s earnings reports have crossed a substantially lowered profit bar, future expectations through the year indicate a recession could be on the way. Estimates for the third and fourth quarters have been dropped to levels not seen since the days of the 2008 financial crisis, below even the muted 2 percent expected level of inflation.
Obama won’t be able to blame this on Bush, without everyone knowing he is flat out lying.
The ranks of America’s poor are on track to climb to levels unseen in nearly half a century, erasing gains from the war on poverty in the 1960s amid a weak economy and fraying government safety net.
Census figures for 2011 will be released this fall in the critical weeks ahead of the November elections.
The Associated Press surveyed more than a dozen economists, think tanks and academics, both nonpartisan and those with known liberal or conservative leanings, and found a broad consensus: The official poverty rate will rise from 15.1 percent in 2010, climbing as high as 15.7 percent. Several predicted a more modest gain, but even a 0.1 percentage point increase would put poverty at the highest level since 1965.
Poverty is spreading at record levels across many groups, from underemployed workers and suburban families to the poorest poor. More discouraged workers are giving up on the job market, leaving them vulnerable as unemployment aid begins to run out. Suburbs are seeing increases in poverty, including in such political battlegrounds as Colorado, Florida and Nevada, where voters are coping with a new norm of living hand to mouth.
This is a huge indication that an ominous recession in coming. Our economy has barely managed to attain positive growth this year even with the strong level of earnings beats, said Nicolas Colas, chief market strategist.
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The latest video from controversial conservative provocateur James O’Keefe’s “Project Veritas” implies unions and several big name New York politicians are colluding to earn state and federal contracts for do-nothing companies purporting to hire for so-called “environmental jobs.”
He visits with John Hutchings, whom he describes as a “director” of the Laborers’ International Union of North America, and former assemblyman Ronald Tocci and another man who apparently discuss how easy it is for them to use their lobbyists and political connections to get cash for businesses.
“When we go for a bill, you know, you’ve got to get approval of the Senate, and the Assembly and then the Governor’s got to sign that. We have a lobbyist for the Senate Republicans, and we have a lobbyist for the Democrats and that’s how we try to push our agenda through,” Mr. Hutchings says in the video.
Mr. Hutchings specifically mentions Tom McMahon, Tom Harnet, who he says “usually takes care of” the Democrats in the Assembly and Powers & Company, who “take care of the Senate.”
Mr. O’Keefe’s is best known for releasing videos targeting ACORN that resulted in organization losing federal funding. His partisan ambush attack films have been criticized by his detractors and in 2010 he was arrested and accused of trying to hack into the phone lines in the office of Democratic Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu.
In this clip, which has been heavily edited and features the pop hit “Call Me Maybe,” Mr. O’Keefe and an accomplice painstakingly tell Mr. Hutchings their company does nothing but dig and re-fill ditches.
something Barack Obama has yet to do as president, Romney will try to present himself to voters back home as a credible replacement to Obama on the world stage. Romney’s visit presents him the opportunity to appeal to both Jewish voters and pro-Israel evangelical voters and contrast himself with the Democratic incumbent Obama, who has a rocky relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The aim is also to give the former Massachusetts governor some foreign policy credentials and let Americans get a glimpse of him in action overseas as they decide whether to vote for him in the November 6 general election to replace Obama.
Aides say the trip is a “listen and learn” tour with no policy pronouncements. It is a lower key version of Obama’s own 2008 trip abroad in which he spoke to a huge throng in Berlin in the heat of that presidential campaign and declared, “The walls between old allies on either side of the Atlantic cannot stand.”
Romney’s visit to the Olympics will allow him to wave the American flag and play up a central piece of his resume – his work to salvage the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.