Tingle Matthews: Obama’s Rating Could Fall To 20s


The twitching, tingling Chris Matthews has looked up from his Obama reverie … finally found some “sense,” in his change purse of awe for the emperor with no clothes and zero credibility.

“If you can hit Obama on character,” he said, “you can take that 40 percent, which is already eroding, down to about 20.” Obama’s approval numbers are closely tracking those of his wildly unpopular predecessor, George W. Bush. Ben Shapiro is Editor-At-Large of Breitbart News and author of the New York Times bestseller “Bullies: How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America” (Threshold Editions, January 8, 2013). He is also Editor-in-Chief of TruthRevolt.org. Follow Ben Shapiro on Twitter @benshapiro. Related articles

Video: Why You Should Be Pro-Life


This young woman has a lot to say on many issues of the day … just about any day the sun rises.  The video below captures most Pro-Life adherents feelings on the subject of abortion. There may be other aspects of education and life in the video that we and others do not wholly concur, but concur or not, the video is well presented and informative.

Thank you for watching:

Why You Should Be Pro Life

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Published on Jul 15, 2013

Today’s topic is abortion. Libertarians are divided on the issue. With Wendy Davis’ filibuster and Texas abortion bill in the news, I decided to weigh in on the debate. Especially since all the video requests. My opinion may surprise you.

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1.2 million abortions every year: http://www.nrlc.org/Factsheets/FS03_A…

Minorities and abortions: http://www.lifenews.com/2012/10/21/wh…

Abortion survivor stories:

Gianna Jessen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPF1F…

Claire Culwell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rk0cW…

Melissa Ohden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzTS5…

This topic is my personal opinion. It does not represent the opinions of any organization or any philosophy. My channel is just my own thoughts.

A Trip To The Woodshed


It seldom happens.  A member of congress receives a standing ovation for work they have done or questions they have asked.  It happened and you can mark your calendar on this date (5/17/13) as the extra-ordinary day a congress member spoke for Americans regarding the out-of-bounds machinations of the IRS.

This is a gift that keeps on giving, donated by ignorant progressives, working to undermine conservative movements, only to have the scheme back-flip. Of course this is not the end of growing displeasure with this government, but it may the beginning of the end of this administration.

English: Mike Kelly, member of the United Stat...

English: Mike Kelly, member of the United States House of Representatives. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The following comes from Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) and RealClearPolitics:

Representative Mike Kelly Spanking IRS

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Venture Off The Beaten Path

A flap of the flat cap to Mel’s Daily Video, Black Beauty Ranch.org and Texas Country Reporter:

A Day In The Sun At The Black Beauty Ranch

Today we visit one of the most diverse animal sanctuary in the country. Abuse, neglect, experimentation.. all nasty memories that begin to fade away for the animals at Black Beauty Ranch. Suffering has been replaced with kindness. These 1200 acres serve as an apology from mankind to the rest of the animal kingdom… Ben Callison & Noelle Almrud Black Beauty Ranch blackbeautyranch.org 12526 County Road 3806 Murchison, TX 75778 Phone: 903-469-3811 Like Texas Country Reporter on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TexasCountryReporter

Americans For Prosperity Presents: Social Media Boot Camp


You’re invited, and all your friends and Your 

members are too!

Let me Call You Tweetheart!!


…..I’ve grown accustomed to your



Learn how to access and share information

21st Century Style

Make Facebook, Twitter, Blogging and more work for you.


·         Get the information you want fast

·         Share the important to those who will share it too


Americans for Prosperity-New Mexico

is bringing

Stephanie Fontenot, from Arlington, VA

To show us how we can be as effective in Eunice as we are in Santa Fe!

Stephanie’s advice and direction have helped thousands of conservatives get their message out

Register Now Online at Eventbrite.com


Please share the invites on your FB Pages and Websites

Emails and Twitters to your membership would be appreciated!


It’s Easy!!……It’s Much Ado about Communications!!!


Register Online with Eventbrite.  Click on the link or just cut and past the url for the event you want to attend!







 Coming soon to a NM City or town near you

(If your town isn’t scheduled for a Social Media Boot Camp, but you would like to schedule one, please let me know,)

If you have any questions, Call or Text Pam Wolfe 505 220-4000 or

Tweet me at @PamSNM


Schedule for Social Media Boot Camps AFP-NM



2/25/13  Monday

Las Cruces-10 AM-2 PM

            2495 Lakeside Dr.  (Light Lunch)                                                                $10 admission

            Las Cruces, NM 88007

            Alamogordo-5 PM-9 PM

            Peppers Grill  (Dessert Bar Provided)                                                          $10 admission

            3200 N White Sands Blvd

2/26/13   Tuesday        

Santa Fe 1 PM-5 PM (Snacks)                                                                     $10 admission

            Old Santa Fe Hotel

2/27/13   Wednesday

Albuquerque/Rio Rancho 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

            Rio Rancho Calvary Chapel                                                                          $10 admission


Farmington 5-9

            Red Lion Hotel                                                                                   $10 admission



Cliff Notes From Crowder


From jumping off the cliff and everything in between; who has the best solution … Conservatives or Progressives?.  And do Democrats  progressives really know what they believe?

You Did Not Build This, Mr. Obama


Just in case there remains a question as to the business builders in the United States, these small business builders and owners are setting the record straight for Mr. Obama:

Credit goes to the business builders and Bristol Palin for putting it all together.

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School Bullying Danger — Public & Home School


By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 -2011

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All of us have read about different ways school bullies, from kindergarten through high school cause harm to their victims.  By now, we should all recognize bullying does not require physical acts and that many young people have been driven to suicide through today’s so-called social media.  Social media in today’s world includes texting, Facebook, Twitter and perhaps hundreds of other instant messaging applications used by young people to keep up with their peers.

What might start as innocent banter can suddenly turn into sexual innuendo, written abuse or threats of bodily harm or harm to reputation if the victim does not consent to the criminal’s twisted wishes.  And let’s remember, the attempt at damage does not always come from a member or members’ peer group.  The danger and damage can come from adults portraying themselves as a member of the victim’s peer group.

There are many things parents can do to safeguard their children who are old enough to utilize social media to communicate. First, talk to your children and pay attention to their gestures, eye contact or lack thereof, so that they know you are seriously looking and listening.  Most parents will not pry into their children’s Facebook, Twitter or other social media accounts, but you should think of the damage which might be done and how quickly it can be inflicted before discarding examination of their activities online.  Perhaps when you first allow children the opportunity to text, tweet, or use any other social media, you can let them know that you always reserve the right to check their activities online until they become adults.  This action taken by parents assumes that trust has not been damaged for some slight or perceived slight carried out by the parent or child.

Being a parent is a tough job and being a responsible parent is even tougher, but you are responsible and there’s no changing that fact; nor should we think we can or should shirk our responsibility.

There are many online help sites dealing with this subject.  Find them and if they offer reputable advise use it to help formulate your actions and policies.  Last, but not least, don’t assume that because your children are home schooled they are safe; nor should you assume that they are not acting out themselves, no matter where they attend school.

Last October (2010) the information below was posted by myself.  I hope it offers help and encouragement to parents and their children:

Potential Help For Victims Of Student Bullying

Bullying on IRFE in March 5, 2007, the first c...

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By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 – 2010)

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The Albuquerque Public Schools District has launched a four-year initiative toward helping students enjoy a safe and enjoyable school experience.  The money comes from a federal grant for ten million dollars.  Some of the money has been used to create a website  students can get access to to seek help for bullying, health, learning and other common problems experienced during their school attendance hours and with problems experienced during activities off-campus.

We believe the information provided and problems addressed through the site are important enough to be made available to every student in every New Mexico school district.  That is why we are posting the link to the information and providing a link to the tragic experience in a Ohio town where several students have committed suicide where the cause is  attributed to bullying by other students within the school system.  The link to the Ohio material was sent to me by a former educator (now retired) and grandmother who spent many years as a school principal in the East Mountains area.

Here is the link to the Albuquerque Public Schools web site which provides in-depth information about their program known as  the Safe Schools Healthy Students Website.

There you will find outside links to additional or similar resources.  We  hope you find the provided material useful and you’ll find ways to pass the information on to others.

The Moriarty-Edgewood School District web site provides internal and external links on the subject of bullying, including their written policy and procedure on the subject.  Click here.

Here is the link to the Ohio story.  This story provides links to added information in addition to reporting on the suicides of four students.

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Get A Clue — Give A Clue

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By Chuck Ring (GadaboutBlogalot ©2009 -2011

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Take and give or give and take:  You can do both, or you can do one or the other.  I ran across this website which seems to have two purposes:

  1. give a clue
  2. get a clue

And, the best clue I can give you about #1 and #2, is that they are free and are for all practical purposes user driven and to take part one has only to follow a few simple rules:  You are allowed to access the clues from a list or you can access them in a random fashion by clicking on the RANDOM button;  you may log in though a Twitter® account or other method and choose several ways to efficiently use the system and you can add your own clues and place remarks on how successful your use of a clue might have been and vote on your favorite or favorites.

Whatever success you have, remember it’s free, therefore there is little use in complaining.  Here is the link to ClueDB and while I have no clue as to what DB designates; were I to suggest an answer, I’d choose DataBase.