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It’s RINO Season!

The World Wildlife Federation just released a report that claimed, in a worst-case scenario, tigers could be extinct in as few as 12 years from now. If we are lucky the same thing will happen to RINOs – The two-legged kind. We’re off to a good start. A recent report from the field in Pennsylvania, once a RINO stronghold, indicates ...

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An Open Letter to Virginia Thomas

While I sympathize with Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, on her attempt to get Anita Hill to apologize, I don’t think Virginia took the right track with Hill. Let’s assume for a moment that Thomas actually succeeded in persuading Hill to utter an “I’m sorry” to her. Sounds nice, doesn’t it Virginia! Too bad it couldn’t ...

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Will conservatives defend Californians’ right to legalize?

California might become the first state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, if voters there approve Proposition 19 next month. Though poll results differ, most indicate that a majority of voters favor the ballot proposition; if it passes, it will take effect on November 3. Enter the Obama administration. In a letter to former heads of the Drug Enforcement ...

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Meghan McCain Pushes Elitist and Idiotic Views of O’Donnell

Meghan McCain has managed to publish a book no one cares about, flatter only herself at every opportunity and now stick her self-aggrandizing, snobbish nose up at a Republican  Senate candidate. I don’t know how trashing a Conservative candidate does anyone any good, but Meghan took a shot at Christine O’Donnell on Sunday as CNN Political Ticker reported: “I just ...

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Engaging the Enemy

Be afraid, liberals – be very afraid. Remember, as that old saying goes…just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean the Tea Party isn’t out to get you! Every 24-hour news cycle brings forth new revelations that the conservative tsunami is rolling across the midterm ocean, gathering strength as it nears a landing on November 2nd.  As recently as Saturday, October 16th ...

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Get ready for Obama’s Taxes

“Spectacles, testicles, watch and wallet.” – Yeah, that’s it! That’s a pretty good interpretation of the opening verse of Michelle Obama’s prayer to the spirits as she is busy cleaning them up. I can’t argue with that verbiage – it expresses the very essence of redistributive change. They cover it all; up top, down below, up front, and backside. They’ve ...

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Volunteer for Rahm Emanuel: NOT!

Imagine my pleasant surprise and unrestrained joy when I received the following E-mail message a few minutes ago: Dear Polar, Hi, I’m Kristin Avery, the new Volunteer Coordinator at Chicago for Rahm. I just finished my first day on the job organizing the outpouring of support and generous volunteer offers you’ve sent through the website, Facebook, and Rahm’s stops on ...

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Dems Are Confused as to Why They Are Losing The Mid-Term Election Battle

Every one of the progressive leadership is running around making excuses for the “avalanche”, as George Soros put it, of inevitable Conservative wins.  Bill Clinton was out campaigning for Harry Reid and had this to say about it: “You and I know the only reason this is a tough race is because people are having a tough time,” Clinton said. ...

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The Gospel according to Barry

In the beginning Barry created Organizing for America and the art of the scam. And the scam was without suckers, and void in New York, East St. Louis, and Miami; and Maxine Waters was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of Barry moved upon the uptight face of the Maxine Waters. And Barry said, Let there be ...

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Obama: President or Campaigner-in-Chief?

The president’s job description, found in Article II of the Constitution, is a simple one. He is the Commander in Chief of the armed forces. He may nominate judges and ambassadors, and make treaties, with the Senate’s approval. He may “give to Congress information of the state of the union,” and “take care that the laws be faithfully executed”—and that’s ...

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If the Shoe, er, Book Fits…

Some obscure Arab journalist, Muntathar al-Zaidi, chucks a shoe at President George Bush and the Main Stream Media erupt in gleeful joy. They proudly proclaim that since the shoe fits, Bush will have to wear the shame of the leather, after all, Bush is the Great Satan, the anti-Christ, the purveyor of all that’s base and carnal. Bush had it ...

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Too Much Love Killing Obama’s Chances in Midterm Elections

I’m just the pieces of the man I used to be Too many bitter tears are raining down on me I’m far away from home And I’ve been facing this alone For much too long – Queen Guitarist Brian May Too Much Love Will Kill You The story goes that Brian May was watching TV in his living room when ...

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SNL Does Gloria Allread – Gets it Right

Gloria Allred is a tireless attention-monger.  She doesn’t really help much of anyone she represents and this skit is more truth than humor .. it just turns out that the truth is funny.

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Money for Nothing

Just where is your tax money going?  Nowhere constructive .. but they don’t care.. cuz it’s money for nothing and you for free.

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Crazy Times: MSNBC Settles on “Lean Forward” for new Tagline

So the powers that be at MSNBC have chosen a new tagline, “Lean Forward.” And they’re introducing it today. How original! That must have been one heck of a focus group that swooned over that bit of marketing excellence! I guess we can dispense with the legacy “Assume the Position,” aka ATP, which also involves leaning forward – though probably ...

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