Need A Job? Too Bad! The Good Jobs Are Being Shipped Out Of America As Part Of The New One World Economy
OBAMA ADMINISTRATION OMNIBUS BILL HAS 8 BILLION WORTH OF EARMARKS.....NOVEMBER ELECTION MEANT NOTHING TO THEM.
The November election said nothing to this administration, they don't care about re-election they are going full bore on obtaining their agenda. They can't possibly think they are getting re-elected. Here is just a few of the earmarks in the Ominbus bill...
Three hundred fifty thousand dollars for cool-season legume research in Idaho, North Dakota and Washington. A half million dollars for road roundabouts in Mississippi. And $1 million for arthropod damage in Nevada.
Auburn clear #1. TCU edges out Boise State for the #2 slot. Oregon at #4. Again, this is based solely on wins and losses and what a team does on the field- period. It’s not biased like the BCS is towards the power conferences. TCU’s strength of schedule is better than Oregon’s- period. Boise State’s SOS is significantly better than Oregon’s- period. Boise’s lone loss is to a 12 win Nevada team that destroyed Cal by 21 points earlier in the year.
Michigan State #5, Wisconsin #6, and Ohio State #7.
Pts. Rnk Lst Wk
6.68 1 1 Auburn (13-0)
We’ve added a new element to the rankings this week. If a team wins by 21 and more, they receive an extra .1 point for every win the team they defeat has. Conversely, if a team loses by 21 or more, they lose an extra .1 point for every loss the team they lose to has.
Also, head to head results between two teams are honored in the rankings as much as possible.
Now to the rankings. Boise State drops back one spot to #4. Michigan State to #5. Wisconsin #6. Ohio State #7.
Pts. Rnk Lst Wk
6.88 1 1 Auburn (12-0)
5.50 2 2 TCU (12-0)
Boise State Back to #3, Oregon to #5: American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30- Week 12
Auburn and TCU remain #1 and #2 despite off week. TCU actually cuts into Auburn’s lead a little and separates themselves from #3 Boise State. LSU slips back on to #4 and Oregon State jumps into the Top 5.
Pts. Rnk Lst Wk
6.09 1 1 Auburn (11-0)
5.27 2 2 TCU (11-0)
5.01 3 6 Boise State (10-0)
5.00 4 3 LSU (10-1)
4.60 5 7 Oregon (10-0)
4.55 6 5 Oklahoma State (10-1)
4.47 7 10 Wisconsin (10-1)
4.46 8 11 Ohio State (10-1)
I work 40 hours a week, my wife works 40 hours a week and almost everyone else I know with a full-time job works 40 hours a week. But if you're a teacher in the Grand Rapids (MI) Public School System, being asked to work 40 hours a week is apparently a bridge too far.
I heard from a friend of mind who is an avid WSPD listener and frustrated that he had called Brian's show on Monday and was hung up on while he was still talking to the host. He said that he heard BW was allegedly assaulted. Is this true?
After years of imbalances, a painful reckoning
By Steven Pearlstein
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, November 11, 2010; 10:29 PM
QUOTE FROM ARTICLE:
It's been quite a week for business and economics news:
l The big Group of 20 meeting in South Korea that took some tentative steps toward correcting large and persistent global imbalances in trade and investment flows.
Auburn nearly a point ahead of #2 TCU. LSU and Boise State switch places. Oregon edges closer to #7. Missouri rejoins Top 10.
Pts. Rnk Lst Wk
5.64 1 1 Auburn (11-0)
4.68 2 2 TCU (11-0)
4.60 3 6 LSU (9-1)
4.41 4 4 Nebraska (9-1)
4.40 5 5 Oklahoma State (9-1)
4.22 6 3 Boise State (9-0)
4.02 7 9 Oregon (10-0)
4.01 8 8 Michigan State (9-1)
4.00 9 12 Missouri (8-2)
3.91 10 10 Wisconsin (9-1)
2012 Presidential Power Rankings (note: this is not who I think is going to run. This is who I think would be the strongest candidate)
**note: I knew I forgot someone...Daniels.
1. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
2. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer
3. Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels
4. General David Petraeus
5. Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin
George Soros is behind the decline of the dollar, America stands in the way of One World Government, he must collapse the dollar. Prepare now.......
Auburn #1, TCU #2, Boise State #3: Major Shake Up in American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30- Week 10
Last week’s Big 12 log jam at #2 broken up with Missouri and Oklahoma losses. TCU, Boise State, and Oklahoma State are the beneficiaries and move into the Top 4 behind clear #1 Auburn. Oregon, the fourth unbeaten team left in the country, leaps 8 places to #8.
Pts. Rnk Lst Wk
5.05 1 1 Auburn (10-0)
4.15 2 5 TCU (10-0)
4.00 3 7 Boise State (8-0)
3.89 4 9 Oklahoma State (8-1)
3.85 5 6 LSU (9-1)
3.56 6 12 Iowa (7-2)
3.55 7 8 Michigan State (9-1)
Took a few days off to rest after the election, so as not to risk repeating anything, I'll just say this....
Obama still doesn't get it, a Republican 60 seat swing including his previously owned Dem seat in Chicago ,and he gets on TV and says the results of Tuesday election were because we (Obama ) didn’t do enough fast enough. This guy is really out of touch.
Jon Stewart Explains The Purpose Of The Rally To Restore Sanity
Wolfie and cohorts I thought we were on the right path, what happened, did America see what you could not...... Hip Hip Horay we have blocked the road to socialism...
The Toledo Blade
Article published October 31, 2010
Boehner visits Toledo, backs Iott for House
Minority leader lauds volunteers in visit to GOP 'victory center'
By TOM TROY
BLADE POLITICS WRITER
Quote from article:
Auburn #1, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma tied for #2: American Heartland Bar and Grill College Football Top 30- Week 9
Three way tie for second place in the rankings. Why? Nebraska defeated Missouri this weekend. Missouri defeated Oklahoma last weekend. Oklahoma defeated Nebraska a couple weeks ago. Even with the loss, Missouri's ranking still came out at 4.00. Both Oklahoma and Nebraska were moved up accordingly.
Pts Rnk Lst Wk.
4.89 1 1 Auburn (9-0)
4.00 2 3 Missouri (7-1)
4.00 2 4 Oklahoma (7-1)
4.00 2 11 Nebraska (7-1)
3.51 5 5 TCU (9-0)
3.50 6 6 LSU (8-1)
3.43 7 7 Boise State (7-0)
3.39 8 2 Michigan State (8-1)
3.13 9 10 Oklahoma State (7-1)
3.01 10 8 Wisconsin (7-1)
The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of our government are forced upon us"
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