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The libertarian Chick Speaks – Why Not?

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I’ve been taking a break from social media for the last few days. I won’t lie and say that I didn’t expect it to be difficult. I did. I live and breathe social media, especially my political circles. Funny thing, though… it HASN’T been difficult. It took me until this morning to figure out why I haven’t really missed being ...

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Moore Love – Oklahoma Rallies After Deadly Tornado


For the second day in a row, Central Oklahoma was hit with severe weather and deadly tornadoes. Moore, Oklahoma is no stranger to the danger of tornadoes. On May 3, 1999, the city of Moore, which is just South of Oklahoma City, was devastated by an EF5 tornado that killed 46 people. The tornado today, which followed a strikingly similar ...

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Know Thy Enemy


The IRS admitted to targeting Conservative groups. Then, they passed along information to a liberal nonprofit. Why? Thanks to Tj Thompson for putting my thoughts into video format.

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Let Me Tell You What Difference It Makes


I figured I would, as an American citizen and voter, give my two cents regarding Benghazi, Obama, and Hillary’s statement. Presented without further comment: Special thanks to TJ Thompson for putting my thoughts into video format.

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Winning The Gun Rights Fight

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Our friends at Firearms Policy Coalition added a post this morning that we at Conservative Daily News believe is worth sharing. The post below is reprinted with permission. Please be sure to visit FPC and help support them in their fight for your rights. The new gun rights culture is worth fighting for – and we’re winning If you’ve spent ...

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Election Aftermath – I’ve Just Decided To Not Have Children

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Shortly after the announcement was made that Ohio went to Obama, a friend tweeted this: If I had to point to something that worries me most about our current economy and cultural climate, it would be the sentiment expressed in this tweet. I talk about value systems regularly, in every venue of conversation that I have available to me. I ...

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The GOP Got Punk’d


It’s over. So far, I have seen the media, libertarians and independent voters, fraud, and liberal thuggery blamed for the GOP loss last night. None of these, individually or collectively, is to blame for the fact that Obama was re-elected. The blame lies in our own inability to combat the culture of dependency and present a vision that combats the ...

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Review: Atlas Shrugged: Part II

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Atlas Shrugged: Part II opened in theaters today, and I was lucky enough to be in a market that had an early matinee this morning. Of course, I already had tickets, and was first in the theater… way too early. Again, no spoilers but a few thoughts. Part II, “The Strike”, is anti-climactic. If you have read the book, you ...

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My Life-Altering Experience at CPAC


Yes, I know it’s been a week since the CPAC festivities came to a close, but you know… hangovers. Thanks a lot to Michelle Ray and Eye Desert for the Stoli-soaked gabfests. The bill for my cirrhosis screening is in the mail. Flying into Denver during the debate drubbing of Obama on Jet Blue was quite the experience. I haven’t ...

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Free Market Revolution


Amid the ire directed towards our government, our biggest corporate entities and each other, there are calls from all sides for dramatic change in the policies and politics of America. From TEA party activists, to Occupiers, to the weary long-time unemployed, there is a sense of urgency that something must change, and must change fast. Free Market Revolution is a ...

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The Chick-Fil-A Trip We Never Expected


Conservative vlogger Ben Howe (@BenHowe on Twitter) accompanied Bruce Carrol (@GayPatriot) to Chick-fil-A yesterday during the outpouring of support for Dan Cathy’s right to express his personal opinion and in opposition of city officials threatening to keep the company out of the city. What happened while they were there… well…

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Humble in Hollywood

When you are a part of what has been called “the best show on television” by critics, you would probably be forgiven a little ego. Maybe even a lot of ego. You might even be forgiven a little disconnect with the real world and all of it’s problems. Surprisingly, pleasantly so, The Wire actor Chris Ashworth is about as down ...

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Iowa GOP Debate Recap… Kinda

It has been awhile since I recapped a debate. Mostly because of that pesky drinking rule that came with “9-9-9”, but since it was only invoked two or three times tonight, I am still sober enough to present to my twelve loyal readers a recap of the debate @GaltsGirl style! If you are interested in what people other than myself ...

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A Personal Thanksgiving

I wanted to take a moment to relay my state of being this morning in relation to Thanksgiving, and to express my gratitude to some deserving people in my life. If you know me, you know that I am an avid proponent of expressing gratitude on a daily basis, but this Thanksgiving presents me with a unique opportunity to examine ...

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