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Power Of The Youth–Resistance 44

Our young adults will soon be carrying the heavy burden of government spending gone wild. Too often the youth are caught up in managing their day-to-day existence not realizing the danger just around the corner. Conservatives need to remind our young people that their livelihood will be impacted by current government policies. We need them to become activists and help ...

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Right Online 2012 to Screen “Hating Breitbart”

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Right Online 2012 just keep on getting better and better.   First, we added new speakers, Dana Loesch, Jonah Goldberg, and S.E. Cupp, and now we hear that a special screening of “Hating Breitbart” will premiere the night the conference begins.  A special event to commemorate the late Andrew Breitbart and the work he has done in combating the Democrat-Media ...

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Egypt: Broken, Unfulfilled Promises and Wild Cards

Facing a divisive run-off vote for president of Egypt, Mohammed Mursi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate, is trying for the center ground. He’s said he would include a wide range of political forces in government, promising to provide representation to women and children. “I stress to all people that the presidency… will never be individual,” he said. “Rather, the presidency will ...

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1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama – Part IV

FRONTLINE "Dreams of Obama"

In August 2009, President Obama exhorts citizens to “snitch” on one another regarding any supposed lies or disinformation regarding Obamacare. His website, “FLAG,” actually led to blog-tracking for information related to the program. In 2011, Obama relaunches similar program, and becomes Internet laughing stock, with Attack Watch. Obama has sought authority for an Internet kill switch, an agenda that has ...

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Rep. Schilling: Obama doesn’t respect individual freedom

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Ever since the Tea Party began in 2009, whenever there is discussion about a newly elected Republican everyone has the same question on their mind: Is this guy the real deal or is he more of the same?  After all, the goal of most of the liberty groups that have formed over the last three years isn’t to elect Republicans, ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

with Pam Geller at BlogConCLT

5/29/12   Anti-Sharia activist, blogger and media personality Pam Geller; Chris Hayes apologizes; Can Ted Cruz win his primary in Texas? Join us tonight at 10pmET, 7pm Pacific on the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio. Update: Orange County Republican and candidate for County Supervisor Todd Spitzer will join us to discuss  his race against Deborah Pauly and the ensuing controversy. 7:30Pacific

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What Song Does Obama Sing In The Shower?

For those of you who may not know, the Beatles recorded a song called Taxman. Here are the lyrics for the song. Let me tell you how it will be There’s one for you, nineteen for me ‘Cause I’m the taxman, yeah, I’m the taxman Should five per cent appear too small Be thankful I don’t take it all ‘Cause ...

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What Is Our Fair Share?

Over the last three years, we have heard some people in our country talk incessantly about wealthy people needing to pay their so-called fair share. But, what really is our Fair Share? In The United States Constitution, our Founders wrote these words: Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3: “Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which ...

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Why Syria is an Election Problem

With the massive death toll continuing to rise in Syria, the Obama administration seems hesitant to even mention Syria or the use of military force as an option to end the massacres in the middle-eastern country.  With Americans war-weary from the last decade of combat over seas, because many military men and women who have sacrificed their lives for freedom ...

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Why bother with a Memorial Day parade?

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With all of the fun things Americans can do on a long weekend, why spend 2-3 hours dealing with traffic, parking, dealing with crowds and getting a decent spot just to watch some people in military uniform march by? How fun is that? As odd as it might seem, the parade isn’t for, or about, you. It’s not even about ...

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A Memorial Day of Service

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As we grill burgers, smoke brisket and otherwise enjoy a day of relaxation, take a moment and remember those that volunteered themselves to protect this great nation. They are not mercenaries – the paycheck isn’t the reason the volunteered or why they fight. They are performing their duties as ordered and are appreciated, by “a grateful nation.” Make this Memorial Day ...

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In Remembrance of Sgt. Garvey

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Every Memorial Day is one that I remember with certain emotion.  When I joined the United States Army, I was 21 years old.  My recruiter picked me up from my house around 4:30am in the morning. He hauled me off to the Military Entrance Processing Station(MEPS).  That day, changed my life forever.  It was September 11th 2001,  I was upstairs ...

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Memorial Day + Sacrifice = Thank You!

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Originally published May 30, 2011 Today is Memorial Day.  Today is the day we honor our fallen military heroes, those who have given their lives in service of freedom.  Not just any freedom.  American freedom, surely the best, the most coveted, most free freedom in all the world.  In today’s world of reality t.v. stars, Youtube and social media that measures ...

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Memorial Day Call To Action!

In reflecting over the Memorial Day Holiday, perhaps one might take the time to consider our first war, our revolution, and ponder the reason not only for that action, but for so many which came after. If freedom and individual liberty is our cause, how does our current government and it’s head compare to that of the late 18th century? ...

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