Archive for December 2011

2012 holds the promise of unexpected surprises

Dec 22nd, 2011 | By
2012 holds the promise of unexpected surprises

In 2012, we should “expect the unexpected.” How do I know that? Well, according to numerologists, 2012 is a number five year (this is based on the sum total of the numbers: 2+0+1+2=5). And the only thing one can predict in a number five year is that it is unpredictable. Taking that into consideration, I

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Pity the banks, blame the homeowners

Dec 14th, 2011 | By
Pity the banks, blame the homeowners

That’s what Jack Harper, the Republican Representative from Surprise and chair of the House Ways and Means Committee, wants you to do. Mr. Harper believes the current law, one that allows homeowners who are underwater in their mortgages to walk away from their loans, is hurting banks and should be repealed. He’s quoted as saying,

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Time to go, Joe

Dec 7th, 2011 | By
Time to go, Joe

“America’s Toughest Sheriff” may soon be getting a new title, “America’s Most Disgraced Sheriff.” That’s a more fitting title for a man who allowed rapists and child molesters to roam free while hundreds of young girls and mothers lived in fear and shock after their reports of sexual assaults were dismissed by the Sheriff’s department

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How many flips does one man get?

Dec 1st, 2011 | By

I’ve often thought voters are too harsh when condemning a politician’s flip on an issue. After all, don’t we want leaders who are humble enough to realize they may not always have enough information to take an educated stance on a subject? The problem, though, occurs when a candidate flips not on one or even

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