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A Fair Shake

Once again, the current White House occupant is spending your money to fly in Air Force One to a campaign stop. The location of his many stops varies, but his message doesn’t. He continues to cry out for everyone in America to get a fair shake. According to America’s emperor wannabe, the rich are preventing the middle class from getting ...

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The Final Inspection

This is one of the most moving ‘forwards’ I’ve ever received in an email. As with most forwards, it had the obligatory, “pass this on”. This one is WELL WORTH passing on. To every man and woman who has fought for freedom’s sake, thank you, and God bless you! Your sacrifice is not in vane!   The Final Inspection Author ...

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The case for enslaving Justin Bieber

Whether he knows it or not, on Tuesday President Obama is going to make the case for enslaving Justin Bieber. He is headed to Osawatomie, Kansas in a desperate attempt to recreate Teddy Roosevelt’s 1910 New Nationalism speech – in which Roosevelt put forward the same Bieber-enslaving arguments. In that speech, Roosevelt makes the point several times that individuals only ...

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Rick Perry's Immigration Plan Is Tough But Realistic

One constant criticism I see of Rick Perry’s policy positions is his stance on immigration. I’ve seen commentary on Twitter, Facebook, and elsewhere on the ‘net that he’s “soft” on the subject; that he favors ‘amnesty’ or something like it; these criticisms are absurd. Let’s detail Perry’s position on illegal immigration: He favors deporting illegal aliens who are arrested while ...

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The Super Committee Smoke Screen: A Raging Success As Planned

I keep hearing that Congress’s Super Committee has failed due to the fact they could not agree on the “spending cuts” and “revenue enhancements” they were “supposed” to make. The sinister truth of this unconstitutional committee is that the perceived failure is actually a successful conclusion. You see, the whole idea at the outset was for failure. The goal of ...

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2012: Obama’s Balkan Strategy

Four years ago, Barack Obama promised an end to red states and blue states and an end to economic decline and social injustice.  America’s economy is instead not only stagnant – it is structurally unsound. American jobs are still “off-shored” with devastating consequences for America’s once robust middle class and Washington DC is committing fiscal suicide by printing money faster ...

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Ten Reasons To Love Rick Perry

Rich Mitchell made this comment yesterday in this post: Can’t we ask “What reasons does this candidate give me to vote for him or her” instead of stating the reasons we hate the others? I’m certainly guilty of both. I’ve spent some time detailing reasons to mistrust Newt Gingrich, based on his record and his stated plans, as well as Mitt ...

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Wolf In Sheep's Clothing

It’s easy to assume that practically everyone is familiar with the tale of the wolf in sheep’s clothing. That legendary children’s tale about a dishonest, self serving individual (the wolf) who intentionally misrepresents himself (wears sheep’s clothing) in order to prey upon the unsuspecting. This long told, centuries old story clearly intends to pass a moral on from one generation ...

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Why do we hate our candidates so much?

When it comes time for the general elections, we’ll all be moping about and complaining that we only have a choice between the lesser of two evils. Why? It could be that we focus a large portion of our efforts during the primaries bashing every candidate but the one for which we intend to vote. Gingrich is too much of ...

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Newt Gingrich's Poor Leadership

This morning on FOX News Sunday, Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said he won’t support Newt Gingrich for President: I’m not inclined to be a supporter of Newt Gingrich’s having served under him for four years and experienced personally his leadership (…) I found it lacking often times.” Coburn isn’t alone: As of November 25th, Gingrich hadn’t garnered endorsement from a ...

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Herman Cain "Pulls A Palin"

Herman Cain has decided to “suspend” (read: “end”) his Presidential campaign. He has also announced the launch of a new website to continue advertising the solutions he’s been messaging during his campaign. I’m not exactly clear on what the solutions have been, aside from his 999 tax plan and his less-than-stellar position on gun ownership, but he’s adamant about continuing to spread them, whatever ...

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Obama to Cancel Hawaii Trip to Work With Congress Through Christmas?

President Barack Obama on Friday pledged an aggressive push to pass an extension to the payroll tax cut for U.S. workers, saying lawmakers must not leave for their holiday break without taking action on it. “We need to get this done. And I expect that it’s going to get done before Congress leaves. Otherwise, Congress may not be leaving and ...

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Rejecting FairTax Part Four: The Negative Income Tax Credit

In Part One, I’ll cover the dangers of taxing consumption as a major source of government revenue, both to the individual and to the economy. Part Two will cover the little-known problems in the FairTax proposal- the “fine print” FairTax advocates won’t tell you about (or don’t know themselves); I’ll also refute some of the inconsistencies and rhetoric used by FairTax advocates. ...

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What Really Happened In The Ivory Coast? Get Ready, It is Coming Here!!

I have recently come across some information about the situation in Ivory Coast, West Africa that once again points out the fallacy in today’s news media. I had heard media reports about the civil war there, what reports there were, but certainly did not hear the truth. We were told that election fraud took place and that the man who ...

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