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The Next Speaker Must Do More!


It should be of interest to every American when the second person in line to the Presidency resigns his position. And contrary to what most contend was the impetus behind Speaker John Boehner’s resignation both from the Speakership and from Congress, he may not have been at ideological odds with a faction of his party members in the House, but ...

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According to MSNBC focus group, Hillary is kinda “bitchy” [video]

Hillary Clinton is bitchy

Shannon, a member of a New Hampshire MSNBC political focus group, was asked how she felt about Hillary Clinton. Shannon responded that she found the former first lady off-putting “You know, when she’s — I don’t want to use the word,” laughing. Then she whispered “bitchy” to Halperin. The group as a whole talked about how condescending Hillary is and how ...

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More Gun Laws! REALLY?


Here we go again. We have to do something about guns. More gun laws! Tougher gun laws! And once again, the president completely BLEW passed the mental health issue and went straight to guns laws without providing a single detail. Just the generic mantra of “let’s make more laws that we won’t enforce and then wonder why nothing has changed.” ...

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‘Angry Hillary’ comes out after campaign tried to hide her

Angry Hillary

The Hillary Clinton campaign seem to be having trouble keeping Mrs. Clinton’s angry side stuffed away. Over the weekend, Hillary appeared on Saturday Night Live in a sad attempt to show a fake “nice Hillary,” but in a Monday morning appearance on “Today”, the true ‘evil Hillary’ came roaring to the front. Watch the latest video at

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Kevin McCarthy, Message Wizard, Replaces Former Wizard Boehner

Obama So Sue Me

It is axiomatic in politics that you can’t beat someone with no one. It’s a lesson one would think House Republican conservatives are well aware of, but I’m beginning to think that is not the case. As an outsider who has been active in politics for decades, I assumed that the effort to oust John Boehner as speaker included a ...

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Trump reveals tax proposal

Donald Trump the Republican candidate for President made a restrained and knowledgeable interview on 60 Minutes which aired Sunday night. Trump was interviewed by Scott Pelley where Trump shared his ideas on the Presidency, what needs to be done and what as President Trump would work on. Trump dropped a bombshell when he announced his new tax plan would raise ...

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Vladimir Putin: Liberal Democrat?


In the roughly 7 years of George W. Bush’s post-9/11 presidency, the most frequent and passionate criticism was directed towards the action taken in the Middle East. Basing their impassioned repudiation’s of Bush’s so-called “nation building” on the sovereignty of countries and cultures, liberals campaigned during subsequent elections on noninterventionism, not only ending military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan but ...

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Fox News blinks first, looks like Trump wins this battle

Donald Trump responding to Megan Kelly's question on women

Moms and Dads everywhere can tell you they can always tell when their child isn’t quite telling the truth. It may be the octave in their voice, playing with their hair or when they blink. In the battle of wills between Fox News and Donald Trump, there could be sign of who will come out the winner. Fox News has ...

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It’s an ugly breakup, Trump and Fox News

Donald Trump Announces Presidential Bid - video

Fox News and Donald Trump – one would think that it would be a marriage made in well, hell if you ask liberal, heaven if you ask a conservative. So what’s all the hubbub about? Is it a war between the ego of Trump and the ego of Roger Ailes? From the outside it just looks like another contest of ...

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Why Carson softened his stance on a Muslim President

Ben Carson for president

Tuesday, at a campaign stop in Ohio, Ben Carson, Republican candidate for President tried to soften the tone he set on Sunday by stating that, “”I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that.” Carson has now backtracked by stating the usual “I was taken out of context.” ...

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Former Eagles front-man sings about Donald Trump [video]

Don Henley sings about Donald Trump

Former Eagles singer and songwriter Don Henley used his appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” Monday night to give some character advice to Donald Trump .. in a song. Henley performed his new song “Too Much Pride” but with some personalization in the lyrics for the billionaire, celebrity, real-estate magnate and presidential hopeful. Henley crooned, “You don’t have to ...

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New poll shows Trump fading, Fiorina and Rubio rising

CArly Fiorina Michael Vadon

The first CNN poll after last week’s debate shows that Trump and Carson’s upward trend has reversed as some of their support went to Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio. Donald Trump still leads the GOP pack with 24% support, but that’s down 8 points in just two weeks. The first time Trump has seen his poll numbers decline. Carly Fiorina is enjoying the ...

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Hillary: No Longer Pretty In Pink (Nor Attractive In Politics)

Hillary Clinton

It’s rather pathetic to watch Hillary repeatedly try to launch her 2016 candidacy.  It’s like watching a drunk in a honky-tonk repeatedly launch himself at the restroom door, and each time hitting the wall, falling back; he has another drink for inspiration and courage, then hits the wall again, and when he finally gets through the door discovers that he ...

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Trump releases position paper on guns [Full Text]

Donald Trump with gun

The Donald Trump campaign released on Friday an 1100 word policy position on the second amendment in which Trump re-shapes his formerly gun-grabbing position into a strict constitutionalist’s view. Previously, Donald had expressed anti-gun leanings. “I support the ban on assault weapons,” Trump said. He also felt that waiting periods for handguns should be made longer. This paper turns those previous ...

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Takeaway from the Second Debates: GOP is Personality, Not Ideology Centered

CNN debate stage

Within the first moments of Tuesday night’s prime time debate, Donald Trump had established his superiority. Not as a candidate whose viewpoint had validity because polling- a very constrained measure at best- suggest his message resonates with voters, but as a Stalin-esque dictator whose premier standing in the race made him final arbiter of all related matters. As he belittled ...

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