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Why Voting In 2016 Matters

THE NEW ANT and the Grasshopper, Two Versions: The ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER This  one is a little different…. Two  Different Versions … Two  Different Morals   OLD  VERSION The ant works hard in the withering heat all summer long, building his house and  laying up supplies for the winter. The grasshopper thinks the ant is a fool and laughs and dances and ...

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Public Opinion Divorced from Scope of Government Power in King v. Burwell

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The Supreme Court’s ruling in King v. Burwell, which will decide whether healthcare plans purchased in states that use the federal exchange are eligible for subsidies, is being characterized as a simple matter of statutory interpretation. At issue is wording in the Affordable Care Act that clearly states tax credits apply to individuals enrolled in an exchange “established by the ...

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Crowded Early Presidential Field is Healthy for Democracy

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Though the 2016 election is approximately 16 months away, the list of declared presidential candidates is already lengthy. On the right, George Pataki, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Lindsay Graham, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and Rick Perry have announced their candidacy. The left’s field is smaller, limited so far to Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley, Linc ...

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Mercantilism in Campaigns: Good or Bad for the State of Politics?

Branding is an important part of presidential politics. A candidate needs a unique platform and must be able to communicate it clearly and quickly. Thanks to the wonders of modern production, this need increasingly manifests itself in branded campaign merchandise. In many ways, there is a lot of good in political merchandise. For non-moneyed supporters, the purchase of campaign goods ...

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Harry Reid Retire Already

There is no doubt in my mind that Harry Reid is mentally off the rails, once again he sticks his nose where it does not belong. Reid renewed his crusade against the Washington Redskins, using time on the Senate floor to decry the team’s name as “racist.” Enough already! First of all it is a private company, they can call ...

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The Order of Battle for Americans: How to prioritize political efforts

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With so many attacks on the “America we love” it is easy to get confused by the barrages on so many of the citizenry’s rights. Here’s how to prioritize spending and efforts to protect what matters: Free Speech: If any effort portends to silence one group in favor for another – stand up, regardless if you agree with their message or not Freedom to ...

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Word of the day – “MICROAGGRESSION”.

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The word “microaggression” has cropped up with increased frequency over the last year, to the point that now I see it almost daily! What does it mean? Webster’s says it has “no meaning.” It’s not a word. It doesn’t exist! Various blogs, papers, and online source provide a definition, but they’re not “official” dictionaries. And then, I found www.microaggressions.com. This ...

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Can A New President Unravel Obama’s Mess?

There is no doubt that Obama is one of the worst presidents this country has seen, his domestic policies and foreign policies have weakened this country so that America has become a joke around the world. I feel sorry for the next president. There is no doubt that Obama inherited a bad economy, a recession that the majority of Americans ...

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Our very own Baghdad Bama!

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Yes, we have Baghdad Bama and his trusty sidekick John Kerry! As national and satellite pictures were showing American troops taking over Baghdad airport and moving towards the city, Baghdad Bob proclaims, “There are NO AMERICANS infidels in Baghdad. Never!” on live TV… as you can hear the shells going off in the background! Reports came in from various news ...

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The US Needs To Immediately Trash the INF and New START Treaties

Last year, Obama administration recently – and very belatedly – announced it had found Russia in violation of the INF treaty, which prohibits Moscow and Washington from developing, testing, deploying, or otherwise possessing ground-launched missiles with a range between 500 and 5,500 kilometers. Last week, the Republican-controlled House Armed Services Committee passed its version of the annual National Defense Authorization ...

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Liberal-Progressive Policies Equal Devastation

  If anyone wants to see how destructive Liberal policies are, they only have to look at the worst cities in the country. As if we didn’t learn anything from the collapse of Detroit, a once thriving city where the birth of the automobile industry began, but after decades of Liberal Democratic leadership has become a waste land. What about ...

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It’s the LEFT who keep racism alive!

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This week, among all the garbage that was going on in Baltimore, we saw something we don’t see very often… a parent taking charge of her teenage child who was going down to where the riots were happening. Once the vandalism started it turned to from protests to riots. But she marched through the crowd not caring about her safety ...

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Immigration Then and Now Part 2-Obama The Great Destroyer

Rush Limbaugh’s brother David, a highly respected lawyer, wrote a book on Obama few years ago called “The Great Destroyer” How right he was about that title. As I said in my previous blog, Obama was brought up to a hate this country and blames it for all the problems in the world. He is setting out to turn us ...

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Salon.com’s Joan Walsh: White People Got Freddie Gray Killed

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Joan Walsh, published author and writer for Salon, doesn’t seem to like white people very much. In fact, she seems to blame what happened to Freddie Gray on white people in-general. Before we get into the America-hating articles that Joan Walsh has written lately, a little bio might be helpful. Walsh is the author of “What’s the Matter With White People: ...

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Immigration then and Now

When immigrants first came to this country and made it into one of the greatest countries on earth, they came to get a better life for themselves and their families. They learned the language and assimilated. They worked hard maybe 12-15 hours a day and no holidays. Over the years into the late 20th century that changed. Thanks to liberal ...

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