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Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson: Obama’s Gotta Go

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Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson has penned a scathing piece in Newsweek arguing that Obama’s “gotta go.” It won’t be easy for the mainstream press to dismiss Ferguson’s op-ed like they would most others because the messenger happens to be an accomplished historian and can frame America’s decline under Obama in world historical terms. By now, everyone has heard of historian ...

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The Blessings of a Free Country

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Americans, like all great peoples of the past, have fallen prey to a dangerous phenomenon inherent in the human condition: they have taken too much for granted. We live in a land of miraculous bounty and plenty, with wonderful comforts, affordable high-tech goods, and time-saving services available to the great majority of people, especially those who work for a living. ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

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The awesomely intelligent and vivacious Kira Davis is away on business, so CDN blogger extraordinaire has the high honor of guest-hosting a sprawling, fast-paced and informative show. From Paul Ryan’s veep positives and non-negatives to Obama’s increasingly vicious and boring attack ads, we’ll hit everything that happened in the last week worth knowing and what to expect in the week ...

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The Government Owns Us

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We pay taxes on property. We pay them on income. We pay them on sales. We pay them to live. We pay them when we die. Let’s face it – the government owns us. What the people of the United States have is not a government of, by, or for the people. Ronald Reagan’s dictum — “We are a nation ...

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The Art of Subversion

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Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting. – Sun Tzu Grand strategy is a term familiar to generals and statesmen; it conjures up visions of smoke-filled rooms and military officers crouched over world maps moving armies like chess pieces. Yet there is another kind of grand strategy — one familiar to politicians and philosophers: It is the ...

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Cultural Destroyers, Cultural Creators

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The dissolution of our Republic has been a play in many acts, and diverse players have strutted and fretted their hour upon the stage. We sit as an audience witnessing our nation’s destruction, only vaguely aware that the direction of our demise is being orchestrated at a higher level of awareness. The actors seem replaceable, the drama unfolds in the ...

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Justice Scalia: Guns Can Be “Regulated”

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia sent a chill through the spines of conservatives with a foreboding warning about the government’s power to “regulate” what he referred to as “menacing” hand-held weapons. Scalia’s comments elicited a furor at the website National Journal, where many weighed in to register their disgust at the possibility of another “conservative” justice betrayal. Supreme Court Justice ...

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How the Left Sees Us

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Sick of being treated like sheeple instead of people? Well, start thinking like an individual human being instead of a member of the herd. Each individual is his own person with a universe of thoughts, emotions, biology, and experience unto himself. Each person is a miracle who will not be replicated in the history of the universe. Joy, love, sadness, ...

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Obama Campaign Orders Reporters to Limit Bidenism Tweets

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The Obama campaign is seeking to mitigate the damage that human gaffe machine Joe Biden can do in an increasingly tight election. The Vice President has demanded that reporters in all press conferences and conference calls embargo their tweets until the session has ended and the campaign has had a chance to respond to questions. Why would the Obama campaign ...

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When States Turn Evil

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Evil states aren’t suddenly thrust upon a people, with a madman declaring his intentions to brutally enslave the populace. Although evil states don’t appear announced, there are warnings that such regimes are impending, despite all propaganda slogans of the party’s admirable intentions. One can tell that a state is becoming evil when there is a moral separation of means and ...

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1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama: Mitt Match-up Edition

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President Obama is a cigarette smoker who has failed to quit. Mitt Romney is not a smoker. Obama visibly drank alcohol on several occasions while in office. Romney does not drink alcohol. Or coffee. No one is quite sure what he drinks. In one of his many biographies, Obama confessed to using pot and a little blow. Mitt Romney does ...

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Barack Obama — America Wants You to Just Go Away

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Freshly arriving to the presidency, the first historic black leader of the country was an inspiring figure. An eloquent and ambitious man, he was driven to impress his mark upon the annals. National excitement produced pent-up energy — people were eager to follow the man who would be king. The leader unveiled his bold plan to save the nation from ...

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The Relevance of Race

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The lovely and whip-smart host of “The Dark Side with Kira Davis” recently published an article here on Conservative Daily News making the contentious argument “Yes, Race Matters.” This subject has been a running dispute between us regarding the “relevance of race,” and whether or not we as a country should seek to ‘move beyond race’ or to preserve a ...

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The End of Climate Change?

The scientific community is buzzing with a question ripe with tremendous implications: Can climate change be ended?  President Obama’s crack experts at the Environmental Protection Agency believe it already has been. Momentarily. The president was on the campaign trail when he announced the exciting news that climate may no longer change in the foreseeable future. A transcript from the press ...

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