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Rich Mitchell is the editor-in-chief of Conservative Daily News and the president of Anomalous Media, LLC. 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

Trump offered $60 million to not run for President

Updated at bottom of article.   It has been reported over at Newsmax.com that Donald Trump is being pushed to sign a new $60 million dollars contract for his TV show Celebrity Apprentice. With Trump’s recent statements that he will not announce his intentions for the 2012 Presidential election until this season of Celebrity Apprentice is over, the timing of NBC ...

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Fake Tea Party Candidate Assaults Cameraman

Jack Davis (I-NY), the former Democrat is running in the NY-26 special election as a Tea Party candidate – even though the Tea Party doesn’t support his liberal views. When faced by Mark Mallia, a staffer for Jane Corwin, and asked why he backed out of a planned debate, he got violent.

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Obamacare – 90% of American Medical Group Providers will not Participate!

In a recent article by the AP, we see that Obama-care has suffered another setback in the form of a letter sent to the Obama administration stating that over 90% of The American Medical Group’s members will not be able participate in providing health care services under Obama-care’s extreme regulations, which also include the very real risk of losses by health ...

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Newt: Obama’s Failed Socialism, Rise of Texas, Collapse of Detroit

Former Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives and one of the top proven Conservatives running for President in 2012, Newt Gingrich illustrates a simple platform for beating Obama in the 2012 Presidential elections in the above video. His message is simply that Americans have the choice in 2012, between Obama’s continued far left Socialism, which has been a proven ...

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Economic Recovery Sparks Entertainment Boom

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 12, 2011 — The economy is on the rebound – and so coincidentally is entertainment buying. Whereas in the past few years the economic downturn prohibited companies from buying entertainment for corporate events, the trend now is an upturn in the number of companies providing their clients with concerts, celebrities and comedians at special events. “We are ...

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Putting a Face to the U.S. Immigration Controversy

VALLEY FORGE, Penn., May 12, 2011 — Today, there are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, a figure President Obama shared in his May 10 immigration speech in El Paso. During this speech, the President acknowledged the impact of our current system on immigrant families, particularly the children. These families, living in the shadows, are the ...

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On-the-Air 9pm Central- 5-12-11 : The Anti-Candidates

Tonight, May 12th: Rich and Co-Host Michelle Ray discuss: – Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Donald Trump – arguably the most visible GOP candidates for president. We’ll be talking about what they have stood for and why their prominence shouldn’t last. Guest: Amelia Hamilton will talk about her work with Guardian Angel For Soldier’s Pets   The show will start ...

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Mitch Daniels Defunds Planned Parenthood

Despite his earlier call to avoid social issues, Indiana Governor and possible presidential candidate Mitch Daniels has weighed into the most contentious of social issues: abortion. Daniels signed into law a measure that would nullify all existing contracts between the state and planned parenthood clinics and would prevent the creation of future contracts. This will basically remove the possibility of ...

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Patriots Stop America-Hating Hippies from Burning Flag

At LSU today, a typical left-wing extremist attempted to demonstrate that America is not exceptional by burning a flag. While Obama’s closest supporters surely would have allowed this to happen, a counter-demonstration by hundreds of patriots made that impossible. My favorite quote out of the crowd? “Go back to Berkley ya hippie!”

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Liberal Fakes Tea Party Candidacy To Steal Votes in New York

Jack Davis is a candidate running in the 26th Congressional District of New York as the Tea Party Candidate. Voting will take place on May 24th in a special election to fill the seat vacated by Rep. Chris Lee. Davis is a Democrat, registered as such in 2004, 2006, and 2008. And as a post on Lonely Conservative points out ...

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Confidence Declines Among Affluent Investors

NEW YORK, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — In a reversal of trends, a new TNS survey shows a decrease in confidence among affluent investors. In its first decline in nearly a year, the TNS Investor Confidence Index declined to 113 in April (from a reading of 119 in Jan).  Optimism over the direction of the economy and the stock market has eroded ...

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Texas Economy Dips in March

DALLAS, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Comerica Bank’s Texas Economic Activity Index dropped two points in March, to a level of 94.  Year-to-date the index has averaged 95, five percent above the average for all of 2010.  The March reading is up 11 points, or 13 percent, above the index cyclical low of 83. “After reaching its highest level in more than ...

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American Men are Lazy Because the Government Doesn’t Spend Enough..

If we were to learn about enthusiasm, self-reliance and work ethic from Washington Post op-ed columnist David Brooks, we’d come to understand that American men are lazy due to no fault of their own – it’s because the government hasn’t done enough to energize them. Brook’s opening assertion is that Americans are, by nature, energetic: Americans have always been known ...

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Motor-City Madness-Half of Detroit’s Adults are Illiterate

A recent study by the National Institute for Literacy says that nearly half (47%) of adults living in Detroit, Michigan lack the reading, writing, speaking and computational skills to function in everyday life situations. They are considered illiterate. They can’t fill out basic forms for things like job applications, welfare paperwork, driver’s licenses, etc. Also noted is the lack of reported ...

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Senate Dems Attempt to Raise Taxes Again

Senator Harry Reid, (D-NV)  looks like a man deep in thought in the picture to the left here. He must be contemplating how his Democratic party can try to cover their irresponsible deficit spending of the past 5 plus years. Considering Reid, Pelosi, Obama and the rest of the Socialist big-spending fake Democrats have racked up over $6 trillion dollars ...

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