Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Bill of What?

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Even Best-Case Election Scenarios Not Very Promising By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report Do you hold the belief that no matter how the 2012 election turns out America’s future is bleak? You have good reason for feeling that … Continue reading

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Obama Spending Binge Never Happened Commentary: Government outlays rising at slowest pace since 1950s by Rex Nutting/ MarketWatch/ May 22, 2012 WASHINGTON — Of all the falsehoods told about President Barack Obama, the biggest whopper is the one about his … Continue reading

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This Is What Tyranny Looks Like by Carl Gibson/ Common Dreams/ May 23, 2012 Protesters clashed with police at the NATO summit meeting in Chicago on Sunday. (Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times) Remember when police beat Tea Party activists with … Continue reading

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Obama’s Just……. Different

BPR Quote of the Day: “I don’t know whether Barack Obama was born in the United States of America. I don’t know that. But I do know this, that in his heart, he’s not an American. He’s just not an … Continue reading

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BPR Editor’s Note:  Soon more and more Americans will get to know what citizens in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen, and other countries are experiencing: the sight of unmanned aerial drones, sent from mysterious airfields, sent to spy on and sometimes kill … Continue reading

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Suddenly the Supreme Court Begins to Pay Attention

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What We Don’t Know Can’t Hurt Us, Right?

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Charlie Chaplin, exploitation, factories, industrialization, and sticking up for the working man…

Originally posted on vagabonds and villains: The famous factory scene in Charlie Chaplin’s film Modern Times in which his character goes mad, is probably one of my favorite scenes ever filmed. Chaplin plays a factory worker who’s mind turns…

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Fox News Isn’t Enough?

 BPR Editor’s Note: Another George Orwell Big Brother nightmare may be on its way to unsuspecting Americans….  Congressmen Seek To Lift Propaganda Ban Propaganda that was supposed to target foreigners could now be aimed at Americans, reversing a longstanding policy.  By … Continue reading

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