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RNC: Day 2 Schedule

After a very successful first day of the RNC convention, here is the day two schedule: 7:00 p.m. Convention convenes Call to order Introduction of Colors by Amputee Veterans of America Support Team (AVAST) Pledge of Allegiance by Brigadier General Patrick E. Rea, US Army (Ret.) National Anthem sung by Ayla Brown Invocation by Ishwar Singh Ron Paul Video Remarks ...

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GOP Adopts 95% of the ‘Freedom Platform’

While the Republican Party and the Tea Party are still two vastly different factions, the Republicans Party is beginning to accept some of the grassroots ideals of the Tea Party. For the first time the Republican Party is accepting official party planks from grassroots organizations. Last week, it was released that the GOP had accepted 11.5 of 12 planks which ...

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Obama SuperPAC Paid 169K to Promote Romney Cancer Ad Online

Monday afternoon when President Obama made a surprise visit in front of the press, he was asked about a now infamous ad from a pro-Obama SuperPAC that links Mitt Romney to the death of a woman with cancer. When asked about the ad, Obama tried to downplay the severity of the accusation by saying, “it ran once.” “I don’t think ...

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Is Gary Johnson the New Ross Perot?

The Former Governor of New Mexico and current Libertarian Party candidate for president Gary Johnson isn’t likely going to become the next president, but that doesn’t mean he won’t have an effect on the outcome of the election come November. Johnson briefly participated in the Republican primaries and debates before switching over to the Libertarian ticket, and per Fox News, ...

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Romney/Ryan Ticket Gains Support Amongst Young Americans

A recent Zogby poll has received a considerable amount of attention, which shows the new Republican ticket of Romney/Ryan pulling an impressive 41% of young voters between the ages of 18 to 29, while the Democratic ticket of Obama/Biden only pulled 49%. This is a considerable gain by Republicans, considering that during the 2008 election cycle, Obama/Biden won the vote ...

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An America Without the Republican Party

President Obama recently claimed that the nation was “united as one American family.” So what if all Americans were unified in the Democrat Party, and there was no Republican Party, as many on the left wish? First, slavery would have been abolished long after other European nations, even backwards Russia. In fact, Tsar Alexander II abolished slavery by decree in ...

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Every Republican Governor Elected in 2010 Reduced Unemployment

While liberals remain aloof to our economic recession in Washington, every Republican governor elected in 2010 has reduced unemployment and spurred an economic recovery at a rate faster than the national average in their respective states.  Tony Lee of Breitbart.com stated that “the average drop in the unemployment rate in these states was 1.35%, compared to the national decline of .9%, ...

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The Politics of Fear

Niccolò Machiavelli, the famed Florentine political philosopher, once posed the question whether it is better to be feared than loved. It is well-remembered by every schoolboy that his reply was that, “it is better to be feared than loved,” with the provision that both fear and love must be unattainable. But too often lost in the passage is the caveat ...

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Our Family, Our Economy

The RNC has released a new video “demonstrating how Hispanics have suffered disproportionately in President Obama’s economy.”

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RNC Response Ad: “Doing Fine”

The RNC wasted no time in getting out a video in response to Obama’s quip this morning about the private sector “doing fine”.

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National Journal: Republicans Exuding Schadenfreude on Economy

A curious column in the National Journal alleges that Republicans are practicing “schadenfreude” on the recent economic news.  That being the May jobs reports which only produced 69,00 jobs that took the unemployment rate to 8.2%.  Is it schadenfreude or that Americans have lived with high unemployment for over 38 months?  Alexandra Jaffe thinks otherwise using what Eric Fehrnstrom said ...

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