Which presidential candidate do they call Flipper?

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One of the presidential candidates for the GOP nomination has an unfortunately accurate nickname: Flipper. No, not because he swims in the sea, eats fish, and does tricks on command. Instead, they call him Flipper because he flip-flops on issues — important, character defining issues. In 1994, Mitt Romney said “I think that abortion should…

Who makes up the biggest special interest group? You might be surprised.

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Want to know one of the biggest threats to limited government? Got three minutes to spare? You owe it to yourself to watch this video! We’re still in the depths of a huge recession. Over the last decade, the private sector grew jobs by a slim 1%. Federal Government, however, grew their employees by over…

Is the mainstream media scripted and their message dictated by a single source?

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While this may not be “proof” that the mainstream media is entirely scripted and their message controlled by a seemingly singular source, I’m going to “push the envelope” and suggest they they just might be. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Thanks to citizen involvement, Syracuse City Council now comply with State Law, City Code

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As we mentioned yesterday, problems remained with the Council’s proposed Rules of Order and Procedure. Joe Levi, spokesperson for Syracuse Citizens for Fair Rules in Public Meetings emailed the City Council with a short list of problems. Syracuse City Council Work Session During the Work Session there was much discussion about the proposed Rules. Originally…

Problems Persist with Syracuse's Proposed Rules

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According to Joe Levi, spokesperson for Syracuse Citizens for Fair Rules in Public Meetings, the proposed Rules of Order and Procedure (required by Utah Law) that will be discussed at tonight’s meeting of the Syracuse City Council still have some sizable problems. First, I want to commend the City for the work they’ve done so far. When…

If a new bill gets through Congress, marketing robots will invade your cellphone

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If a new bill gets through Congress, marketing robots will invade your cellphone. The bill, called the “Mobile Informational Call Act of 2011” (H.R. 3035), would amend the Communications Act of 1934 to allow marketers and bill collectors to make endless calls to your mobile phone — just like they currently can on your landline,…