American Warm Fuzzies

Years ago, the U.S. was growing and self sustaining. Entrepreneurs used brain power to improve the life styles of an underdeveloped nation. Henry Ford marketed the Model T. Along came mass production. More jobs allowed people to earn more and buy more. Society was transparent. Inventions were not hidden. They were open for the world to use. Sounds like a WARM FUZZIE STORY. Our system allowed the creator to charge what he deemed necessary to pay his investors and make a profit. Sometimes greed came into play gouging the public, but not to worry, other entrepreneurs saw ...

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Old-Hand Nelson Flubs Public Relations

By Zayida Baker Though Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., has represented Floridians since 2001, freshman Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., seems to be cultivating a better relationship with them. According to his official biography, “Florida’s own Bill Nelson” is known as “a staunch advocate for all Floridians and a moderate voice in the increasingly partisan world of national politics.” However, at least three tea party leaders in central Florida swing districts disagree. To them, Nelson is unfailingly tied to Obama and greets them with a closed ear. Although these three ...

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Keystone Pipeline showdown moves forward

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By a vote of 33-11, The North American-Made Energy Security Act was approved by the House Committee on Natural Resources last week. Chaired by Representative Doc Hastings, it now travels to the House Transportation and Infrastructure, as well as the House Energy and Commerce Committee for review. Sponsored by Lee Terry (R-NE-02), H.R. 1938 aims to force the Obama Administration to expedite the consideration and approval of a massive pipeline through the Midwest. With crude oil markets increasingly volatile, supporters of the energy security act hope to secure approval ...

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