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Time to Kick some Liberal Ash

Indonesia isn’t the only place on earth with an active volcano. There’s another one set to explode on November 2, 2010. Geologists tell us that Democrats are already spewing flames; getting all worked up to pop their tops come Tuesday. But conservatives have the perfect response to the coming meltdown. Word on the street has it that the Tea Party ...

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Entitlement Conundrum – Break Down the Numbers

Rasmussen reports released a report on Wednesday that shows that 23% of Americans receive some form of cash benefits from the almighty Federal government.  Twenty-three percent. Almost one-in-four Americans rely on cash from the government?  How sad a situation we share. On the other side of that entirely imbalanced equation is a government that produces .. NOTHING.  That means taxpayers ...

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Is Obama Evil? A commentary on Obama, Communism, and our Fight for Freedom

I have written previously on the theme that Barack Hussein Obama, aka Barry Soetero, might be insane. It is a worthy topic, and deserves more play in journalistic circles than it is receiving. But after yesterday’s astonishing performance by Obama during a radio interview on Univision, there is another possibility that must also be explored. The question? –  Is Obama ...

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Want a Christian roommate? Don’t say so in Michigan

Do we have the right to choose who we live with? It’s a valid question, now that the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan is attacking an unnamed woman for seeking a Christian roommate. The 31-year-old, who is single, posted the advertisement at her church last July. “Christian roommate wanted,” she wrote, and included her contact information. Seems harmless enough, ...

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The Wheels have come off of Axle’s Rod

Can you imagine the agony it must be to be named David Axelrod? Being named after a shaft is bad enough – but try to envision his complete frustration at his own friggin’ incompetence. After all, it is his job to shape our opinions, mold our perceptions, and frame our dialogue concerning his lord and master Barack Obama. Truth be ...

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The Battle for Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press

My introduction to liberal intolerance came 30 years ago when, still wet behind the ears, I went to New York City for a college journalism internship. The university I attended required an internship for graduation. I remember there must have been about 70 seniors in my journalism class that year. Somehow, the journalism Gods looked kindly upon me that year ...

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Small-C Conservatism

For years, you, the faithful CDN readers have  known that I have made it a point to capitalize the word Conservative.  I have done this because it is not just an adjective.  It is a proper noun.  It is an identity, it is why it is an identity. I actually started this post as a comment on a post at ...

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What Really is Under that Conservative Tsunami

Things have been serious around CDN for the last few weeks, time to looks at the positive side of everything leading up to the mid-terms.  Mr. Obama, you are not losing your majority because we failed to understand your policies.  It is precisely because we do.  Now, we have organized- silent, no more. Do not slow down, do not quit. ...

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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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