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Rich Mitchell is the editor-in-chief of Conservative Daily News and the president of Bald Eagle 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

As New WH Deficit Commission Gets Underway, Sessions Debunks President’s ‘Framework’ And Repeats Call For New Budget

“As it stands now, we have no plan to have any real reduction of the deficit we’re facing from this Administration, or the Democratic Senate, let alone a ‘framework’ to reduce it by $4 trillion. But they pretend it’s so, and that’s offensive, and the American people are not happy about it. They know that this Senate and this Congress ...

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PHT – Cinco de Mayo Program 5-5-11

Ok, we didn’t really discuss the Battle of Puebla, but we did discuss the first Republican candidate debate, mileage taxes and GOP wimps. Here’s the archived recording – was a fantastic show:

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Navy Seals Made Call to Kill Osama – Not Obama

In a stunning change to the previously released account of events, Leon Penetta, Obama’s CIA chief now says that for most of the raid, the president wasn’t watching. Mr Panetta said: “Once those teams went into the compound I can tell you that there was a time period of almost 20 or 25 minutes where we really didn’t know just ...

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Annexation Reform Headed to House Floor!

The House Rules Committee approved House Bill 845 Monday night. This bill is an excellent annexation reform bill and gives property owners a true voice as to whether they wish to be annexed. Click here to urge your lawmakers to support this important bill. HB 845 provides increased penalties for cities that do not provide promised services to residents being ...

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Rick Santorum Announces 2012 Presidential Bid

Pennsylvania Republican senator Rick Santorum announced that he is forming a Presidential Exploratory Committee on Tuesday. In an interview with On The Record’s Greta van Sustren, he made the announcement. Now all that’s left is for Mr. Santorum to see if he can raise enough money to make the run.

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Portman Unveils Senate Republican Jobs Plan

This is a pro-growth, pro-jobs plan that will create the environment necessary to get Americans back to work and ensure that American businesses are competitive globally WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) unveiled the Senate Republican Jobs Plan, a blueprint Senate Republicans developed to create private sector growth and strengthen the economy. “This is a pro-growth, pro-jobs ...

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First Republican Debate Set for Thursday in South Carolina

Greenville, SC will host the first of several Republican primary presidential debates, but the question remains – who will show up. Confirmed acceptance of debate invitations is happening late. As recent as Monday, May 2nd Herman Cain voiced his intent to join the debate.  Others that have confirmed that they will attend don’t include those at the top of the ...

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Herman Cain Accepts Debate Invitation

(Stockbridge, GA)- Business executive and conservative leader Herman Cain announced today that he has accepted the invitation to participate in the South Carolina Republican Party/ FOX News Presidential Debate at 9 p.m. EDT, Thursday, May 5, 2011 in Greenville, South Carolina. “I look forward to participating in the debate Thursday,” Cain said. “It gives me the opportunity to share my ...

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The Whitehouse Carnival Barker

Many of us have ran into a ‘Carnival Barker’ at one time or the other in our lives, even if we weren’t familiar with the term.  The Carnival Barker is the loud mouthed person outside the Circus tent or Carnival gates  trying to get you  to spend your money by shouting things that may peak your curiosity. They shout things ...

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George Bush Takes High Road on Obama’s Attempt to Politicize Osama’s Death

Unconfirmed reports say that the White House invited former President George W. Bush to ground zero with President Obama in celebration of the slaying of Osama bin Laden. David Sherzer, President Bush’s spokesman, said, “President Bush will not be in attendance on Thursday. He appreciated the invite, but has chosen in his post-presidency to remain largely out of the spotlight. ...

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CIA Director Reveals Intent Was to Kill Bin Laden

During the May 3rd interview of CIA director Leon Penetta by NBC Nightly News’ Brian Williams, Mr. Penetta all but admitted that killing Osama bin Laden was the intent of the mission. The authorities we have on Bin Laden are to kill him. And that was made clear. But it was also, as part of their rules of engagement, if ...

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Underdogma – Book Review

BenBella Books recently sent a review copy of Underdogma : How America’s Enemies Use Our Love for the Underdog to Trash American Power by Michael Prell to me. I was honestly expecting yet another, the Tea Party will save us from the left book, and to some extent, that message is included, but the book goes deeper into just why ...

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Bin Laden Gets X’d By Time Magazine

Maybe not as well-known, but certainly as symbolic as Time’s “Man of the Year” covers, Time Magazine’s X covers have marked the historic end of American enemies. Osama Bin Laden is about to join the ranks of the famously X’d out. In May of 1945, the first of the X’s was Adolf Hitler shortly after the discovery of his body. ...

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Mitch Daniel Speaks Out on HEA 1210

Governor Mitch Daniels issued a statement today about HEA 1210, approved this week by the Indiana General Assembly: “I will sign HEA 1210 when it reaches my desk a week or so from now.  I supported this bill from the outset, and the recent addition of language guarding against the spending of tax dollars to support abortions creates no reason ...

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What is Navy SEAL Team Six

The U.S. Navy SeALs are a collection of eleven total teams of elite special operations warriors trained to fight from the sea, from the air, and on land. Although their training is heavily focused on maritime environments, SEALs are the most highly-trained special warfare units in the world. Stationed at one of three SEAL duty stations in Coronado, CA, Little ...

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