10 Things Sarah Palin Would Have Done If She Did Become President

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Sarah Palin has finally made an official announcement that she will not be running for President in 2012, although she may still secretly be hoping to pick up a Vice Presidential nomination to pair up with another sufficiently old and unhealthy candidate.  So imagining for a minute that Sarah did run and did win the 2012 elections, these would be the things she would have done as the President of the United States.

1.  Quit the job after 2 years to concentrate on her family.  The concentration on her family would involve Fox News, Dancing With The Stars, going on book tours, and starring in a C-SPAN reality show “Sara Palin‘s White House”.

2.  Install a telescope so she would not only see Russia from her house, but also see what Vladimir Putin is up to.  Then put up some nice American flag curtains so that Putin could…

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Relax -Have a Drink – Ahh Summertime!

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Summer is here! …well almost anyway. In the Pacific Northwest sometimes it is just too soon to tell! We get teased with a little bit of sunshine only to have to dig out our rain jackets the following day. Regardless of the weather, it’s been a long 6 months since the beginning of the year. We think it’s about time you treat yourself to some tasty adult beverages as the kids are out of school and the sun peaks out.  Enjoy!!





Serves 4 to 6

1 – 750ml bottle of red wine (I like a Rioja or a Tempranillo)

1/3 cup of brandy

1 each cinnamon stick

Seasonal fruit ¼ inch cubed or sliced, needs to fit in your serving glass with ice

– oranges…

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Huffington Post: Opinion: Robert Kuttner: Thinking About the Government: The Real Differences Between Liberals and Conservatives

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The Huffington Post: Opinion- Robert Kuttner- Thinking About the Government.

If you want to know what the real difference between real Liberals such as myself the real thing. A real Liberal not someone who would be called a Socialist or Social-Democrat in any other developed country in the West. But an actual Liberal and a real Barry Goldwater get big government out of my wallet and bedroom Conservative. The real difference is about the role of government, we both believe in government and both believe that there is a role for. Government in a Liberal Democracy that’s not an Anarchy and we both even believe in limited government. We just differ on what government should be doing but we both agree on what the number one role of. Government that it’s there to protect our freedom, protect us from people who would harm us. Not try to protect us…

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10 Adventurous Sex Moves You’ve Never Tried!!

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Why settle for a good romp when you can have a great one? From an unexpected guaranteed-to-get-her-off position to a new way to use that pull-up bar, I’ve got the expert-approved tricks that will convince her you’re a certified sex god.

Sure, a night of boring sex might still be the most entertaining evening you’ve had all week, but that’s no reason to settle into a lame routine in bed especially when there are so many opportunities for greatness …Okay so don’t just take my word for it…. I have tips from four sexologists who shared they’re bedroom tricks, that you may not have tried yet, but should. Like, right now!!

1. The Not So La-Z-Boy
If you’ve always gotten it on horizontally, it’s time to think vertical. Sex coach Dr. Patti Britton, Phd says that standing sex is a huge rush that will make you feel like the most…

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Stephen Harper’s Science

The cancellation of the Experimental Lakes Program and the Harper approach to climate change has generated a lot of talk about whether Stephen Harper and the Conservatives are anti-evidence and anti-science.They are "anti" looking for problems they do not want to fix, but they are not anti-science. Irrespective of what you think of Harper, he has … Continue reading Stephen Harper’s Science