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Senator John Thune Drops Bid for 2012 Presidency Run

  SD Senator John Thune announced today that he is dropping out of a possible run for President in 2012, creating  a deeper quandary for the old guard GOP, in my opinion. Thune was a solid conservative that also has Teaparty appeal in many states, expecially throughout the West/Midwest regions. While many big name Republican leaders encouraged Thune to run for President in 2012, ...

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Left Wingers to Finance Wisconsin 14 – CDN Fights Back

One of my readers forwarded an email to me asking if there was something Conservatives could do to counter a destructive move by the liberals. Mr. Editor, My Daughter is signed up on some left wing-extremist web site and sent this to me asking for money. She thinks that because I was in a union that I would support this ...

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Florida Politics: A Storm is Brewing

      I would like to start out my, “This Week in Florida Politics” article here, by saying thank you to my State Representative Rachel Bergen. (fl-56) I had written to every politician in the State of Florida expressing my concerns stemming from the attempt to illegally bypass Governor Scott’s decision to put the breaks on the High Speed Rail plan from Tampa ...

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Planned Parenthood, the Parasite

According to the propagandists of the radical left, the GOP launched a “war on women” last week when the House overwhelmingly agreed to yank Planned Parenthood’s federal funding. Democrats are accusing their political rivals of everything from forcing poor women to suffer, to attempting to shut the organization down. Of course, these are hollow lies designed to herd uninformed voters ...

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The Wisconsin Union Battle – As Told in Videos

The battle has been intensifying. The Crisis in the mid-West is heating up over Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s budget repair bill. The article and pod cast certainly tell part of the story, but here are some videos that tell some of it that most have not heard. Wisconsin teachers bring students to protest – students miss a day of school ...

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2012 Presidential Profile: Donald Trump

When people talk about Donald Trump running for President in 2012, we often hear a question made famous by another politician last year. The question is “Are you serious?”  Donald trump  for President ? Are you serious?  The politician also known as The S. F. Queen of Liberalism, one Nancy Pelosi, former Speaker of the House, also made this question ...

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Same Old GOP: $22Billion in Cuts Voted Down

I recieved a very disturbing Email  news bulletin today from The Hill.com today. Here is the headline  that I find it to be disturbing: House rejects extra $22 billion in cuts that divided Republicans* The House rejected a measure cutting an additional $22 billion from the Republican spending bill, as conservatives ran into a wall of opposition from the GOP establishment ...

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Speaker John Boehner: ‘So Be It’

Progressives are up-in-arms over the loss of government jobs that will occur due to the kinds of deep budget cuts House Republicans are pushing.  House Speaker John Boehner’s response to them was clear, truthful and responsible In the last two years, under President Obama, the federal government has added 200,000 new federal jobs. If some of those jobs are lost, so ...

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Here are Your Hope N Change Numbers after 2 years: You do the math.

  I recently recieved an email today that pretty much sums up our country’s status in one simple chart. (Special thanks to my brother Bernie for the email)    After two years of Obama…     January 2009 TODAY % chg Source Avg. retail price/gallon gas in U.S. $1.83 $3.104 69.6% 1 Crude oil, European Brent (barrel) $43.48 $99.02 127.7% ...

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Wisconsin on Fire: Budget Protest Updates

As most of us here in America know, the Wisconsin Unions are protesting Governor Scott Walker’s proposed State budget, in which he is asking for  Union members to contribute more to their own healthcare premiums and pensions. The Union thuggery in conjunction with certain Media members, has some real tall tales being told about the facts here. They are also adding ...

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Nelson Wins Tyrant of the Week Award

    Senator Bill Nelson (D) of Florida was recognized as  The Tyrant of the Week  yesterday, by weighing in on Governor Scott’s putting the brakes on the high speed rail scheme with the following tyrannical statement:    ” We are exploring with the Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, how we could keep this project going forward since the state of Florida will ...

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President Obama, Why aren’t we..

Oratory, promises, statements, pleas for acceptance.  Obama has worn his heart on his sleeve, much like the liberals that slaughter the rear-end of their automobiles with stickers to espouse their love for the killing of the unborn, the forcing of the will of the government on us all and whatever new oppressive piece of false-front selfishness shows up on the Huffington Post ...

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Florida’s Rick Scott Pulls The Plug On High Speed Rail.

Florida’s new Governor, Rick Scott turned down the Feds offer of  $432 million of Obama’s “winning the future” stimulus funds this week, as announced during the unveiling of his state budget proposal. Governor referred to the project as a recipe for disaster, while facing down the Obama administration as being “addicted to spending.” Florida has followed Wisconsin and Ohio Republican ...

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Florida’s Freshman Congressman Allen West’s Profile: Will not run for POTUS/VP in 2012

Allen West was born in Atlanta, Georgia on Feb. 7th, 1961. He is the first African-American Republican Congressman from Florida since Josiah Wells was elected 135 years ago, in 1876. He comes from a family of career military disciplinarians, with his father and brother serving in the military, and his mother working as a civilian employee of the U.S Marine Corps. ...

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