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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

CBO Fact Checks Obama’s Cheaper Prescription Drug Promise

Campaigning in Newport News, VA, Obama tells us that he will help us get cheaper prescription drugs. “First, we’ll take on the drug and insurance companies and hold them accountable for the prices they charge and the harm they cause… And then we’ll tell the pharmaceutical companies, ‘Thanks but no thanks for overpriced drugs’. Drugs that cost twice as much ...

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Senator Mark Kirk to the Rescue

Mark Kirk reports for work on November 15th. You might not recognize Mark’s name right now – but you will. I guarantee it. The midterm elections were historic in that a sitting president of the United States was practically hung in effigy by an angry electorate mob. That’s the only thing we can agree on with Captain Kickass – that ...

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How the 2010 Election WILL Change Things

Rasmussen published a “State of the Day” that was somewhat disturbing: 46% expected noticeable change if Republicans took control of both houses while 33% did not.  Now that Republicans have only taken control of one house of Congress, are people less-likely to expect any noticeable results?  If they don’t they only have themselves to blame. If we stop sending the ...

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Election 2010 is Upon Us: Thank You Patriots – Next Steps

Ever since the 2008 election, many of us have become more engaged in American politics.  While I have always been interested and exercised my rights, that election was what turned me into an activist.  I have spent the last 18 months, a ton of my own money, and many sleepless nights trying to affect the restoration of our government to ...

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TV Station “Forgot” to Air O’Donnell Ad

Wilmington, DE – An Election Eve television outreach by Delaware Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell was not aired as scheduled, even though the campaign paid for the advertising last week. O’Donnell campaign spokesman Doug Sachtleben offered the following statement: “It’s still unclear as to why the local cable channel failed to air the half-hour long special. Our hope is that ...

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Murkowski Campaign Touts Her RINO’ness as a Positive

Lisa Murkowski’s write-in effort is putting her close to Joe Miller.  I wanted to understand what very Conservative Alaska voters saw in her over a truly Conservative Joe Miller.  First, her campaign website.  The entire web site talks about her career in Washington (emphasis mine): With Lisa Murkowski, a known brand in the Senate with a demonstrated ability to work ...

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Morgan Freeman Impersonator Does Voice Over in B.J. Lawson Ad

In a video release on Friday, Morgan Freeman allegedly* narrated a truthful expose on Price’s record.  Price has done little other than run very negative attack ads against B.J. Lawson.  What choice does Rep. Price have?  His record is terrible and there is no way he can run on that. The ad has since been pulled from Lawson’s website and ...

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Stewart Rally – Comedy Central Ad or Democrat GOTV Event

Supposedly, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert hope to host the Restoring Honor Fear Democrats rally in an effort to give all the people in the middle a voice.  Mainly sighting Beck as the extreme vision with little attention  to Maddow or Mathew’s extreme left views, they hope to get us all to tone down the rhetoric .. or something. At ...

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Anderson Cooper Isn’t Sure What is Offensive Anymore

Tonight CNN’s Anderson Cooper says that he found terms like “fag” and “queer” offensive and could not imagine anyone uttering them.  Yes in 2009, Mr. Cooper had no problem using the sexually explicit and certainly-offensive term in reference to a large swath of the American Conservative movement. It’s hard to talk when you’re tea-bagging.. Yeah, walk that better-than-thou path while ...

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What Will Happen on November 3rd : Saturday Open Thread

The energy has been fantastic, the drive great, but .. what happens once Tuesday has passed? I believe that only two outcomes are possible: either the wave will be the tsunami everyone has predicted, or there will be a smaller wave with questionable implications on progressive power. Either way, what will happen to the Conservative movement that has gained strength ...

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Cargo Planes, Trucks Eyed in Terrorism Plot

This post will be updated as new information comes in. Friday brought a torrent of activity to UPS and international security officials.  A UPS plane in Newark, NJ and two at the airport in  Philadelphia, PA were being held due to suspicious packages and possible involvement in a Yemen terror plot.  Several packages suspected of containing radiological materials have been ...

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Liberals Attack the Right with Anti-Women Slurs

The National Organization of Women (NOW) has been such a staunch supported of the liberal establishment that it is hard to believe that liberals are attacking .. women!  Wait, I thought it was us chivalrous.. oops .. misogynistic Conservatives that always denigrated women.  It’s so hard to keep track of which evil thing we are now adays. If my views of women are conflicted, maybe ...

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Entitlement Conundrum – Break Down the Numbers

Rasmussen reports released a report on Wednesday that shows that 23% of Americans receive some form of cash benefits from the almighty Federal government.  Twenty-three percent. Almost one-in-four Americans rely on cash from the government?  How sad a situation we share. On the other side of that entirely imbalanced equation is a government that produces .. NOTHING.  That means taxpayers ...

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Former Governor Pete du Pont Officially Endorses O’Donnell

Wilmington, DE– Former Republican Governor of Delaware Pete Du Pont has officially endorsed Christine O’Donnell, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate. “It is my belief that Christine O’Donnell will represent the First State honorably in the United States Senate. “As you know, she will be seated immediately following the November 2nd election making her votes all that more important to ...

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