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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

January 3, 2012 – Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis we’ll talk Iowa caucuses and Santorum’s surge, plus Newt’s slide.  Also, Happy New Year! Its 2012,, the year it all ends according the the “History” Channel’s version of the Mayan predictions. How are you preparing for the end of the world? Join us tonight at 10pm ET, 7pm ...

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100 Years of Iowa Stubborn

“You really ought to give Iowa, a try!” These are the famous lyrics from the first ensemble tune of the classic “The Music Man”, set in 1912.  The con-artist Harold Hill strolls into a rural Iowa town ready to spring his latest gimmick on an unsuspecting people.  It’s almost a challenge from his fellow matchstick men to try to conquer ...

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Rick Perry Compares Himself To… TIM TEBOW

You know, some candidates compare themselves to Woodrow Wilson; some candidates compare themselves to Ronald Reagan, but Perry?  He compares himself to Tim Tebow.  Behold, beholders.

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December 15th Fox News Republican Presidential Debate

Fox News and the Republican party of Iowa will be hosting Thursday night’s GOP Presidential candidate debate in Sioux City, Iowa at 9pm Eastern. Attending the debate will be Michelle Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Rick Perry. With former Newt Gingrich still holding the top spot in Iowa polls, albeit by a slim ...

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Randall Terry Accuses Obama's Energy Policy of Aiding Terrorists

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12, 2011  — Press conference with Randall Terry (photo) at White House, 12:00 Noon Monday, December 12, to discuss the new ads, and the strategy to cause 7% – 8% of Catholics who voted for Obama in 2008 to forsake him in 2012, and thereby aid Obama’s defeat in the general election. Press conference: 12:00 Noon, in front ...

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Diane Sawyer Impressed by Iowa Hicks and Their Book-learnin' : Debate Recap

ABC held yet another Republican debate at Drake University in Iowa Saturday.  Diane Sawyer moderated along with George Steph….. oh you know who he is, don’t make me spell the whole thing.  The GOP field is becoming smaller and it seems to make for a much more interesting debate process.  There was arguing, bickering and even a few jokes.  All ...

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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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Surprising Video: Mitt Attacks Someone For Flip Flops

Before gaining his own reputation as a “flip flopper”, Mitt Romney was calling out John Kerry for being one, himself.  Pot, meet Kettle in this week’s “surprising video”. For someone who seems to know so much about accusing people of flip flopping, it seems surprising that Mitt has let himself be strung up by this very same tactic, himself.  What ...

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John Thune To Support Mitt Romney

In the continual march of “inevitability”, Mitt Romney picks up another big name endorsement.  Sometime today, Senator John Thune (R-SD) is expected to announce his support of presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.  The following excerpt is from DesMoinesRegister.com. “Mitt Romney has shown throughout his life in the private sector, as leader of the Olympics, as governor, and in this campaign that ...

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Rick Santorum Moves Iowa Crowd To Tears With Tale Of His Departed Son

Last night, at a banquet for the Iowa Faith And Freedom Coalition, Rick Santorum brought a crowd to their feet and tears to their eyes, when he discussed both his faith and a personal story of how he and his wife lost their child within hours of being born.  Here’s an excerpt of Rick discussing the birth (and sadly) the ...

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Florida Takes a Stand, Sets Primary Date of Jan 31st

 It is now official: The Sunshine State of Florida will hold it’s Republican Presidential Primary on Jan 31st, 2012. While GOP establishment operatives across America have expressed a wide variety of complaints about Florida’s decision to hold their Primary on Jan 31st, this Floridian believes this is simply a matter of Florida’s right to decide when to hold their primaries, ...

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Will She Or Won’t She? Sarah Palin Says There’s Room For More In The Race

Will she or won’t she? That’s the burning question in the minds of anyone in America who keeps up with politics. Will Sarah Palin run for president in the 2012 election? Or will she stay on the sidelines, cheering on the “spirited debate” of the other candidates? According to a Fox News poll, the majority of Americans say that she ...

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Straw Polls and Other Useless Things

Break out the bubbly, because Michele Bachmann beat the pack in the latest Ames Straw Poll in Iowa! You may be as surprised as I am that for once Ron Paul didn’t win a straw poll amongst conservatives. You might also be surprised to hear that it really doesn’t matter. That’s right! A straw poll is about as meaningless as ...

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