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Archive for December, 2011

Judge prevents California from drowning America in "Carbon Intensity"

When reading the New York Times article, it is easy to question just who the heck came up with the language the judge is having to interpret??

On Thursday, a Federal judge block the following language that was intended to promote “greener” fuels. The judge ruled that because it would cause indirect regulation of out-of-state producers of fuel.

It's A Dogs Life

It's A Dogs Life

Bachmann campaign sends out email: "America's Iron Lady"

As the only consistent conservative in the race for President, I am crisscrossing Iowa meeting with voters who share our values. We need to work together to create jobs, reduce our debt, turn the economy around and protect our country from enemies who wish us harm. To do this, we must work together to send […]

The Elephant Stick

What’s the elephant stick? Simply, it’s a stake driven into the ground to keep a chained baby elephant from escaping captivity. The young elephant, small and relatively weak, is not yet strong enough to pull up the stake and flee. The baby elephant learns that when it feels tension on it’s ankle it’s reached the […]

Art Laffer Endorses Newt Gingrich

Art Laffer, one of Ronald Reagan’s top economic advisers, announced he is endorsing Newt Gingrich for the GOP nomination.

Mitt Romney defends individual mandate as "fundamentally a conservative principle"

Mitt Romney tells Fox News he won’t flip-flop to win a race and that the individual mandate is fundamentally a conservative principle.

The 99% – Still Fighting Hard For…………

Yep, they’re still out there. The 99% are still fighting the good fight for, well, we’ll see. Oh yeah, against the Wall Street “Man”. Lets take a look. In Des Moines, they are protesting Romney taking donations from 40 Wells Fargo employees who contributed $49,250 to his campaign. This information comes from campaign finance reports filed […]

100 Years of Iowa Stubborn

“You really ought to give Iowa, a try!” These are the famous lyrics from the first ensemble tune of the classic “The Music Man”, set in 1912.  The con-artist Harold Hill strolls into a rural Iowa town ready to spring his latest gimmick on an unsuspecting people.  It’s almost a challenge from his fellow matchstick […]

Poll: Mitt Romney only Republican that can beat Obama

Improving greatly over last week’s poll, Mitt Romney is the only Republican candidate in the latest Rasmussen polls to do better than Obama and he has the largest lead of any named candidate in this race. In the previous week’s poll, Obama had held a 3 point lead over the former New Hampshire governor. This […]

The Sun Sets on the Lincoln Town Car. What Will the Dawn Bring?

The discontinuation of the Lincoln Town Car series leaves the luxury transportation industry in flux, as venerable limo companies decide on a suitable replacement

Iowa GOP Losing Interest In Subsidies

The long-standing “sacred cow” of Iowa politics may not be sacred anymore. From The Iowa Republican: A recent survey of likely Republican caucus goers shows that support of federal subsidies for the ethanol industry has waned significantly in recent years. The poll, which was commissioned by TheIowaRepublican.com, finds that Iowa Republicans view a candidate who […]

Iran Sanctions Bill Sits on Obama's Desk Despite More Aggressive Posturing by Iran

On Dec. 15th the U.S. Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, which included stiffer sanctions against Iran. The Iran sanctions measure, named the Kirk-Menendez amendment for its sponsors Senator Mark Kirk (R-illinois) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) strengthens existing sanctions and penalizes foreign banks for doing business with Iran. The sanctions […]

Mitchell & Ray – Decemeber 29th – Stupid News, The College Conservative Guys

When: Thursday, December 29th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where:Streaming Internet Radio What: Join independent political commentators Michelle Ray and Rich Mitchell as they discuss the issues impacting Americans.   Tonight: Stupid news, The College Conservative and young voters, and where the hell is the Tea Party? Show Recording: Available After the show and .. the non-flash, iGadget-friendly version: Rich Mitchell […]

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