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USWCC endorses Hillary based on anatomy

There was a time when the name “Chamber of Commerce” held a level of clout and credibility as an organization who advocated for businesses, especially small businesses. This week I received a press release from the US Women’s Chamber of Commerce (USWCC) announcing their endorsement for Hillary Clinton. My initial reaction was “Oh great. Women endorsing a woman just because ...

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Again With Obama’s Policy Of “I Didn’t Know”

Our very ill-informed president (he didn’t know about the IRS scandal until he read about it in the newspaper; he never did know about Hillary’s illegal email server until the House investigators uncovered it; he didn’t know about the failure of the Obamacare database that caused a delay in launching that horrible vehicle) once again doesn’t know about the most ...

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The Media’s Hit Piece On Trump!!

The Associated Press, BBC, Rolling Stone, the Washington Post, and a host of other media outlets ran with a Nov. 19 story first reported by Yahoo News national correspondent and Business Insider senior political correspondent Hunter Walker. The reporter wanted to know if a Trump administration would favor “special identification” for American Muslims as part of a terror-monitoring program. We’re going ...

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Trump [almost] names Cruz as [possible] VP pick

Donald Trump responding to Megan Kelly's question on women

Reading the news this morning, it’s apparent that many politicos have decided that Trump liking Cruz is the same as Donald having named the Senator as his running mate. According to The Hill: Donald Trump on Tuesday named Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) when asked about his possible running mate in 2016. The article cites a story on Lifezette that discusses an ...

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The Fourth Republican Presidential Debate

On Tuesday night Nov. 10th the fourth Republican Presidential debate was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Moderated by Fox Business Network reporters Neal Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo and Wall Street Journal reporter Gerard Baker, this debate was more civil, respectful and down to earth than the last debate. This time the moderators were more mature and refined and didn’t try to ...

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Rand Paul Delivers Stump Speech in Rochester MN

Dr. Rand Paul, the senator and GOP presidential contender, made a couple of campaign stops in Minnesota, specifically Minneapolis, Duluth and Rochester. Since Paul hasn’t gotten nearly enough coverage in the media or in the debates, we thought you’d like to listen to him speak unfiltered for 30 minutes. You’re welcome. Whatever candidate you like or follow, it can’t be ...

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Media Double Standard;Ben Carson Is a Liar,But Hillary and Obama Are Not!!!

  The media is all in a salacious twitter over  the fact that Ben Carson wrote in his book about him saying he had a scholarship to West Point when he didn’t go there and all military school enrollees are on as scholarship because it is a commitment. .First of all he was top in his ROTC class. Gen. Westmorland ...

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Off Year Election 2015 – Reading the Electoral Tea Leaves

It’s hard to think of any other way to characterize the off-year elections results across the nation, than that the rejection of liberalism and progressivism continues unabated. Races across the country, and even some key social-issue elections, don’t portend well for those on the left of the political spectrum. Perhaps the most significant race was for the governorship of Kentucky. ...

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Obama Is Not A Leader? What The Hell Is Jeb Bush Talking About?

In his quest for the presidency Jeb Bush has made several statements about Obama not being a “doer” and not being a “leader”, and for the life of me I can’t figure out what the hell Bush is talking about.  Obama has been the most dynamic leader in American history: He led in taking healthcare away from every American. He ...

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The Republican Debate in Colorado

   On Wednesday night the third republican presidential debate was held in Boulder, Colorado. The following candidates took the stage: Billionaire businessman Donald Trump, retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Ohio Gov. John Kasich ...

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Marco Rubio’s Defense of Senate Absence Indicative of Broader Political Cultural Failings

Marco Rubio’s winsome defense of his abysmal voting record- the worst in the Senate this year- is exactly the problem with American politics. Rubio, who recently announced that he will not be seeking re-election in the Senate, has, of course, talked himself in circles explaining why his lackluster performance is not his fault- he’s running for president, the strict procedural ...

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Biden: Nah – but vote for Hillary!

After being faced with the prospect of Uncle Joe running for President, Democrat voters can now relax. Hillary Clinton will be the choice for which the DNC will allow them to vote. At a press conference today, Biden announced that he will not be running for President because he ran out of time to enter the race.. or something: Biden, ...

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The Democratic Debate

After much ballyhoo the first Democratic debate was held Tuesday night sponsored by CNN. On the dais was Hillary Clinton, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, former senator from Virginia, Jim Webb and former Rhode Island senator Lincoln Chaffee. Hosted by CNN’s Anderson Cooper each candidate got one minute to respond to questions and 30 seconds for ...

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Democratic Debate Rehashes Tired, Unoriginal Economic Ideology

The dysfunction of capitalism was a prominent topic at CNN’s first Democratic primary debate. Since Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the top two declared candidates, respectively self-describe as a Progressive and a democratic socialist, this is hardly surprising. It is certainly less surprising than the prominence of the Glass-Steagall Act, a New Deal policy that separated commercial and investment banking, ...

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