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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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The FairTax Series: America's Road To Prosperity Part 2

In this installment of the FairTax series I want to cover the cost of compliance and enforcement with today’s tax codes. Before I go into the complexities of compliance and enforcement I want to spend a few minutes dispelling the favorite myth of the anti-FairTax crowd. One of the things that put me off the FairTax at first was the ...

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If you don't like my candidate – the movement is DOOOOMED!!

Whether you’re a Ronulan Paulbot, Mitten, Newtonian, or whatever interesting name that has been bestowed upon you for supporting a certain GOP candidate – the result is the same – your choice for President is the reason the progressives will win. It is clearly your fault and you’re an idiot. Here’s a quick chart to show why you’re wrong for ...

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Why Aren't We Backing Rick Perry?

Ladies and gentlemen: We’re in trouble. Herman Cain’s campaign- which I contended earlier this week was never going to bear fruit– is all but dead. Cain’s staff were incompetent from the beginning, and his supporters supported him for the wrong reasons. Newt Gingrich is emerging as the “not-Romney” candidate, and is currently leading the pack, despite the fact that his ...

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Rejecting FairTax Part Three: The Flat Income Tax

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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Mitt Squirms When Pressured About Romney Care

In case you missed it, this is the Bret Baier interview with Romney that everyone’s been talking about.  Bret asks Mitt about possible similarities between Obama Care and Romney Care, and oh, does Willard squirm.  Check it out, check-it-outers: I’ll tell you two things I learned from this video. One:  Romney was hoping the interview would be a bunch of ...

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Falling for the Tough Talk

In the times in which we live, an unfortunate fact of life is that we on the right must battle not only the Democrats, but their biased media as well. This phenomenon is quite discouraging on many different levels. One of the side effects of the media treatment is that most conservatives don’t speak with any level of righteous indignation ...

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Was Herman Cain Ever A Viable Candidate?

Multiple sources, including Drudge, are reporting that Herman Cain is ‘reassessing’ his candidacy as allegations of yet another sexual indiscretion have emerged. On numerous blogs and in my Twitter timeline, I’ve seen an astounding number of people make the claim that these allegations are the only reason Cain may be dropping out. I wholeheartedly disagree: I don’t think Cain ever ...

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Gay Liberal Rep. Barney Frank Calls it Quits: Good Riddance

After 32 long years of representing Massachusetts District 04 in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Barney Frank has announced he will not be running for reelection in 2012. The openly gay Liberal (see fake Democrat) says his new district lines would force him to campaign aggressively, a task his 71 year old body may not be up to handling ...

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"progressives" Revise History…Again

Thanks to the energy of the Tea Party, the 2010 midterm elections established a mandate for reducing the size and scope of government by way of spending cuts. Evidence of this mandate is readily found in the record number of anti big government Republicans who replaced ”progressive” Democrats in the House of Representatives. It’s also important to note that newly ...

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"Small Business Saturday", Please Don't Become "Buy Local"!

Yesterday was “Small Business Saturday”, an event intended to encourage all of us to inject cash into small businesses. I like this idea, and I like small business. I like the idea of a person taking a risk, striking out on their own, and striving toward independent succcess (and hopefully, independent wealth). Alas, I can’t help but draw comparisons to ...

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America: Future of Freedom or Future of Tyranny?

This is an open letter to those in America who still support, and will vote for, Barack Obama and the Democrats in 2012. It is also for those who will blindly support Republicans because they aren’t Democrats. Please take time to read through this and really think about what I say. Don’t read this through the eyes of politics or ...

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An Open Letter to the Republican Candidates for President

Dear Candidates, I am tired of attacks on Mitt Romney based on his Mormon beliefs. I am a politically conservative Jew, and as such, I have no interest in the question of whether or not ‘Mormonism’ is really a part of the Christian faith or not. In fact, it disturbs me to hear of such attacks since the Constitution itself ...

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