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REMEMBERING THE AMERICA I KNOW AND LOVE

While in a discussion this morning on Twitter, some very deep, real and haunting realizations hit me. Many people may disagree, but I honestly believe the generation of today has it much worse off than we had it as kids. The strange thing is that, being not even 38 years old, I am not what I would consider old. I ...

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Hey, Hey, BHO. How Many Wars Do You Have To Go?

Hey, Hey, LBJ. How Many Kids Did You Kill Today? The liberal anti-war movement of the Vietnam era intoned this chant countless times. They used it in mass rallies. They used it any time President Lyndon B. Johnson got up the courage to show his face in public. They used it as a means to an end. They used it ...

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Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fire

  Today, I learned the hard way how easy it is to get caught up in something that you would want no part of. Thankfully I learned the full story before it was too late. I am a mother of 5 with kids ranging from 3 to 9 years old and they attend public school- for now! We have considered ...

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Garth Brooks to Obama: I’m Shameless

“I think he’s trying his heart out. I love him to death!” This quote came from someone that I would have least expected it to come from, especially about the person that was being discussed. The once legendary country music star Garth Brooks is the person who said these words. The person he spoke so highly of is President Barack Obama. ...

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The Compulsive Republican

I am a Republican with very distinctive political goals. First, is to make my own future and take care of my own family and to be allowed to do so. I do believe in charity and lending a helping hand. I believe in economic independence, the choice to help out my neighbors and my family. I also believe in rules ...

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Dear Obama: Go Away

Dear Obama, I understand that you would have no idea who I am. You ran on being a change agent that would be able to do away with the constant political games between parties. I heard you as you ran for office but I believed little of what you said. Senator John McCain was not a candidate that excited me ...

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General Letter to Wisconsin Citizens

Dear Fellow Wisconsin Citizens, Praise God for those majority elected or minority unelected politicians who have unwavering support for their leader when he or she strives to do what’s best for the entire State of Wisconsin – and not only for a small subset of the population. It is totally irrelevant that past governors, regardless of party, left a budget ...

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NOW Can’t Stand Up For Women – Too Busy Attacking the Rights of Unborn Children

For decades, most have known that the National Organization for Women (NOW) isn’t really for women as much as it is about the progressive agenda. In response to a recent Fox News request for comment, NOW publicly admitted that they are far too busy making sure people can kill unborn children to stand up for women being victimized by sexism ...

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OH NO YOU DIDN’T!

President Obama is already on the campaign trail for the 2012 election. If you want my honest opinion, I would say his 2012 campaign actually started on January 20, 2009, the day he was sworn into office as President of The United States of America. In the 2008 election, President Obama’s campaign slogan was “Hope and Change”. On January 8, ...

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Donald Trump for President

The 2012 Republican nominee for President of the United States must be one who can defeat Barack Hussein Obama in the general election. This individual must be a political figure who may or may not be the one with the academic, professional, and personal qualities needed to guide this country away from bankruptcy and toward financial stability. Will the eventual ...

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Obama, You Got Jimmered!

At the high end we have BYU’s Jimmer Fredette, a 2011 Naismith Award Finalist vs. Kenny Boynton, the Florida Gators’ defensive specialist extraordinaire. That contest of NCAA basketball titans will be decided on Thursday in a Southeast Regional semifinal game. Meanwhile, we have at the low end one Barack Hussein Obama, whose love of the game is unquestioned – as ...

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What’s So Scary About NPR? Nothing!

Joe Conason, a full-on liberal journalist and writer asked the question, “What’s So Scary About NPR?”. There doesn’t seem to be any relevance to the play “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” other than possibly the first act where Goerge tells a story of a college buddy that “accidentally” killed his own mother and father. Here, Joe is possibly putting the ...

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Captain Transparency: We all see Right Through Him

Officials in the White House may have thought they had stopped Barack Obama’s public relations blood-letting when they abruptly cancelled a ceremony where Obama was scheduled to receive an award for promoting governmental transparency. They needn’t have bothered since the American people can already see right through him. Attempting to make a sow’s ear look like a silk purse, White ...

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The Obama Doctrine Eerily Similar to Weather Euphemism

“If you don’t like the weather, wait, it’ll change” – a euphemism applied to various regions when discussing the weather. It also seems to apply to Obama’s method of handling difficult situations. Libya is the most striking example. While Libyan rebels are being beaten back by the militarily superior Ghadaffi forces, the only “action” Obama has taken is to ask ...

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Liberals and their False Concept of a Free Lunch

Michael Moore is right. This is war. The patriots in this country, and indeed countless more throughout the world, are standing up for truth, liberty, and personal freedoms. On the other side is an evil, collectivist, secret combination which conspires to literally enslave people on a global scale. The world has never seen such a struggle. This is epic. The ...

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