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Rich Mitchell is the editor-in-chief of Conservative Daily News. His posts may contain opinions that are his own and are not necessarily shared by Anomalous Media, CDN, staff or .. much of anyone else. Find him on twitter, facebook and

Liberals Try To Deflect Attention From Fast and Furious

Same Tactics? An article by Associated Press reporter Vernon H. “Pete” Yost has recently received much attention because it claims that Operation Wide Receiver, a gun walker operation begun under George W. Bush, used the “same tactics” used in Operation Fast and Furious. Suddenly liberals have become interested in Operation Wide Receiver since the MSM has been forced to cover ...

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Who Will Win Tonight's GOP Debate? Vote here!

As announced here, the Washington Post-Bloomberg GOP Presidential debate will be held in Hanover, New Hampshire tonight at 8:00 pm EST. Who do you think will win the debate? Let’s see just how well our CDN readers and true conservatives across America can predict the winner. Please pass this around to your friends and fellow conservatives.         ...

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Is Cain Able? His First Test Tonight!

Nothing paints a target on your back like being a frontrunner.  Herman Cain has enjoyed underdog status so far throughout the campaign season.  I say enjoyed, because it is about to come to a close.  With his surge in the polls, he has put himself in the line of fire from fellow competitors and the media – whose lust for ...

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More Government Home Mortgage Refinancing Schemes Coming Soon

There are currently two bills in Congress that have been proposed to supposedly “fix” the current mortgage crisis. The very same mortgage crisis that was caused by big government intervention into the mortgage business sector in the first place by the wizards of Congress.  Millions of honest, hard-working people are struggling to stay in their homes today. They now owe ...

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Occupy Wall Street: A Movement Only Taught at Universities? Part 1 of 3

Occupy Wall Street seemingly appeared out of nowhere. But is it a grassroots movement? If you were to ask any protestor, they would assure you they are. In addition they would also ensure you understood they are leaderless and have no demands. While on the exterior Occupy Wall Street appears to be grassroots but is it? OWS protestors are unified ...

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Made in the USA Foundation Files FTC Complaints Against Chrysler and Ford for Misleading Ads

WASHINGTON, Oct. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –The Made in the USA Foundation has filed two complaints with the Federal Trade Commission against U.S. auto manufacturers (Ford and Chrysler) for misleading ads, claiming certain vehicles were made in the United States when they were actually imported. The Foundation filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission against Chrysler Corporation for its television and print ads for the Chrysler ...

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Medicare Open Enrollment: Earlier and Longer This Year

Medicare open enrollment is the period during which enrollees  can choose to change their Medicare plans. This year, the open enrollment period is nearly seven weeks long as it starts earlier – October 15th and continues through December 7th, 2011. Despite the passage of Obama’s health care plan, Medicare premiums are increasing next year. The increase means that taking some extra time ...

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Our Tax Dollars At Work, Building A Remote Alaska Airport

The late Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens, famous for the unbuilt “bridge to nowhere,” is reaching out from the grave. To get the remote Alaskan airport ball rolling, he hid $3.5 million into a Senate spending bill in 2007 to help finance an airport to serve Akutan, Alaska, from Akun Island, six miles away. Fast forward to today. Senator Stevens, even ...

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Artists Raising Cain

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 10, 2011 — The groundswell of support for Presidential hopeful turned front-runner and serious contender Herman Cain has spawned a new Nashville-based recording artists, entertainment community and actors support group, “Artists Raising Cain.” Cofounder and Spokesman Rick Monroe and members of the “Artists Raising Cain” organization will appear for the first time together with Mr. Cain at his Nashville book signing today, Monday, October ...

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Will the OWS Protesters Protest Obama's Newest Corporate Government Bank ?

The Wall Street protesters are demanding jobs, not more big bank bailouts, as signs across America have shown us last weekend.   The Occupiers hate banks, they hate evil corporations and they hate the government manipulators in Congress. ( supposedly) I wonder how they feel about the creation of a brand new government bank created solely for the purpose of politicians stashing ...

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Occupy Wall Street a.k.a. The Spanish Revolution

In observing the Occupy Parks movement on television, in the news, in blogs, youtube videos and email, many have gleaned some idea of the many concerns that are important to the disparate groups littering our taxpayer-maintained greenways. At first glance, the protests may seem only to be the progressive version of a really long sleep-over – but there is a ...

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Herman Cain; Obama Cain’t

Joy Behar is going to blow her waistband attempting to convince us that Herman Cain is a racist or that we are racists for supporting him and not Obama. However, Behar needs to understand that we conservatives face a moral dilemma. Can’t she comprehend the fact that we are wondering if we would be racists for supporting Obama? After all, ...

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Air and Space Museum "Occupied," Closed

It seems that I lean more and more on DJ Redman, whose CDN article sets the stage for the latest “occupation” by a rather small group of smelly Marxist anti-capitalists. Now the occupation has spread to Washington D.C., where some 150 to 200 anti-war protestors tried to occupy the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum to protest Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ...

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Fast and Furious – Eric Holder Caught Lying?

The article by DJ Redman on AG Eric Holder’s latest attempt to get Congressional investigators to leave him alone prompted me to further investigate Holder’s role in “Operation Fast and Furious,” a.k.a. “Gunwalker.” History For a brief history of Fast and Furious, follow the links here, here, and here. Smalgov has also posted an article about Fast and Furious. This ...

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