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Takers and Makers: Class Division as a Weapon

Those selfish rich people.  They just take and take and take.. when will they have taken enough from America?  If we give credence to progressive leaders like Senator Bernie Sanders, this is the sentiment of America.  During a 8 1/2 hour rant.. er .. filibuster, Senator Sanders tore apart Conservatives and the successful in America.  Here, Bernie is assaulting the tax compromise as ...

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ACLU Wages War on Christmas

It’s that “most wonderful time of the year” again. Children eagerly await a visit from jolly Santa Claus, while their parents try to squeeze shopping into a schedule already filled with parties, parades, church programs, and visiting relatives. Grandmothers bake dozens of gingerbread and sugar cookies, while rascally uncles down too much eggnog. Wealthy northerners travel to Florida to escape ...

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Abolish the Transportation Security Administration

Democrats’ favorite strategy is to blame George W. Bush for everything from high unemployment to Hurricane Katrina, so it should come as no surprise that some on the left are attempting to pin the abuses of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on the former president, despite the fact that the Obama administration—with the exception of Hillary Clinton, who has political ...

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An American Gives Thanks

Perhaps this is just one of those “obligatory” be thankful posts as we near Thanksgiving.  I’ve not written one before and if I get flamed to heck for this one, may not write another.  Being thankful for our families, our health and food on the table is expected.  I am certainly thankful for those things and so much more. It’s ...

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~Where the Earth Was Free From Sorrow~

While traveling through Monroe, MI we drove by an old Battlefield and pulled over.  We decided to have lunch there and began to read the historical markers. The River Raisin Battlefield was the site of one of the largest engagements during the War of eighteen-twelve. The battle on January twenty-second, and the massacre on January twenty-third, in the year eighteen-thirteen, ...

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As Dark Forces Influence Our Leadership, Perhaps Light is the Answer

We find ourselves in the greatest battle of our lifetime. The Battle for the preservation of our nation and her liberties. In an American Thinker article, Ed Lasky points out how George Soros advises Obama to use forceful measures to override the will of the people. The Center now is providing a blueprint of ways Barack Obama can do an end ...

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Dems’ Gas Tax Hike Would Fuel Tea Party Anger

The average price of a gallon of gasoline is $2.87, a number which will continue to climb as the Federal Reserve’s “quantitative easing” scheme lowers the value of the dollar. That’s a 50% increase from only two years ago; in the weeks following the presidential election, the average price was about a dollar lower. But according to some Democrats, today’s ...

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Knowing Who You Are

There are many articles that keep us informed of current events, what the Obamanation is up to and what everyone thinks we should .. well, think.  That stuff is important.  I want to know what’s going on, but at no point does anything on TV, in-print or on the radio change what I feel. The left would have the masses ...

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Chivalry Is Not Abuse

I was trolling the internet and tripped across something that has nothing to with politics, politicians, elections, public policy or much else that I typically write about.  But I had to write about this. In a post at Corkin.com Sanford Kahn makes a weak attempt to explain that you can out a male control freak by seeing how he reacts ...

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Debt Commission Almost Gets It Right

After reading the Co-Chair’s draft, proposed, possible recommendations that might, if lucky, ever become real – report.  I posted a “just the facts ma’am” article earlier but wanted to add my thoughts on the proposal. It’s a 50-page blur of bullet-points, charts and graphs, but it does illustrate one thing – at least they’re really thinking about proposing some tough ...

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GOP Must Return to Consistent Conservatism

Republicans are feeling pretty good about themselves. In addition to picking up sixty-one seats in the House and gaining control of that legislative body for the first time in four years, they now control a majority of the states, and are poised to give themselves a long-term advantage by redistricting next year. The White House and Senate are still in ...

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Ex-lax and Quarters: Initiating Noob Voters

Upon completion of Boot Camp, new soldiers in the Israel Defense Force (IDF) hike to the top of an isolated mountain fortress. The fortress is Masada – where in 73 A.D. a group of Jewish rebels committed mass suicide rather than allow themselves to be taken prisoners or killed by the Roman Legion besieging them. Once the IDF soldiers reach ...

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Senator Mark Kirk to the Rescue

Mark Kirk reports for work on November 15th. You might not recognize Mark’s name right now – but you will. I guarantee it. The midterm elections were historic in that a sitting president of the United States was practically hung in effigy by an angry electorate mob. That’s the only thing we can agree on with Captain Kickass – that ...

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Election 2010 is Upon Us: Thank You Patriots – Next Steps

Ever since the 2008 election, many of us have become more engaged in American politics.  While I have always been interested and exercised my rights, that election was what turned me into an activist.  I have spent the last 18 months, a ton of my own money, and many sleepless nights trying to affect the restoration of our government to ...

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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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