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Let's Be Blunt- Presidential Debates Are Boring

Let’s be blunt.  The format of the Presidential debates, whether in the primary or the general election seasons, is boring, lacking in quality content, and generally just painful to watch.  These problems are caused by two major factors:  The ineptitude of the American media establishment, and the lack of attention paid by the American electorate. There are obviously other problems ...

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CNN/Tea Party Express Debate:Gardasil, Social Security & the Rise of the Tea Party

The CNN/Tea Party Express debate in Florida ended with a whimper, but otherwise will surely go down as the most lively and impassioned debate thus far.  With more questions from the regular Americans of the tea party movement, candidates were given the opportunity to directly address the concerns of average Americans, and that fact alone seemed energizing. As predicted, CNN ...

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Herman Cain Makes MSNBC Round Table Look Like Whiny Poli-Sci Undergrads

Herman Cain took the opportunity to school the entire MSNBC Round-table after the Reagan Library debate last night.  He picked off every tired, predictable talking point (favor the rich, hurt the poor, women and minorities, etc.) starting with Al Sharpton, who managed to sound like the Constitutional idea of states’ rights was more disgusting than the Rev’s greasy hot comb ...

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A Bizarre Marriage Of Ideals: Reviewing the GOP Debate

Tonight was the next installment in a series of  televised GOP Presidential Debates. Oddly enough, the debate itself was a very bizarre marriage of ideals. It was held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library, and sponsored by NBC News, parent company of the extreme left network MSNBC,  on which it was televised.  This partnership is not one you ...

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GOP Reagan Debate: The Herminator, Texans & is Jon Huntsman an Android?

The latest GOP debate was held at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley and it may go down as one of the best so far.  Brian Williams and John F. Harris moderated what MSNBC was obviously hoping would be remembered as the Perry vs. Romney debate.  The first ten minutes were devoted to a spirited back and forth between the ...

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A Completely Different Perspective

I wanted to offer a different perspective on last night’s GOP debate. First, however, I need to make a confession. I didn’t actually watch the debates last night (I did this morning, Tivo is a wonderful thing). Instead, last night I spent over five hours in a movie theater watching what has come to be known as the Summer Music ...

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My Kind of Indoctrination – Happy Independence Day

Old Glory is being blown by a gentle breeze, the smell of brisket, burgers and sausage waft through the air. It’s fourth of July and it’s a big deal in the Mitchell family. It isn’t all about the stars and stripes banners hanging on the patio. It isn’t even the food. It’s sharing the greatest day in American history with ...

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