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Statement From Sharron Angle On Reid’s False Ad

September 30th, 2010: Reid is trying to scare women into voting against me by making up facts out of thin air. His new attack ad makes a blatantly false claim that I tried to repeal a law that makes insurance companies cover mammograms. As a woman, I understand the fear of breast cancer in a way that Harry Reid never ...

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Barney Frank’s Campaign is in Trouble

Bringing back a line from Jack Nicholson in “As Good as it Gets”, is Sean Bielat making Barney Frank “want to be a better man”?  According to Margery Eagan of the Boston Herald – yup! Margery wrote: Yesterday I asked him some questions. I was bracing to get hammered by his reply. This time, though, he didn’t tell me I ...

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Progressive Insurance is .. Progressive

Snopes.com published an article demonstrating that Peter Lewis, the CEO of Progressive Insurance, is using his company to further the far-left agenda. This is a heads up regarding Progressive Auto Insurance. You know who they are. They’re the ones with the clever television ads featuring the perky brunette actress all dressed in white. What you might not know is that ...

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Arne Duncan and the Dept. of Education are Failing Our Kids

FoxNews.com published an article titled “America is Losing Science Brainpower Advantage”.  Where the author, Devin Powell, discussed a report that outlined the condition of our children’s ability to compete in the global markerplace. The United States’ ability to compete globally in science and technology is on a “perilous path,” said a new report delivered Sept. 23 on Capitol Hill to a ...

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B.J. Lawson vs. David Price Poll Results Press Conference

This proves that voters know that Washington insiders aren’t serving their best interests, especially not one who votes with Nancy Pelosi more than any other congressman,” said Dr. Lawson. “Nearly half of these respondents are Democratic voters, so regardless of political affiliation, Americans know you can’t spend yourself out of a recession just like you can’t drink yourself sober. Americans ...

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The Spending Revolt National Bus Tour is rolling across America

Sunday, September 26-Wednesday, September 29 The Spending Revolt Dates, Times and Locations are Below The federal government is currently spending $112,000 every second. This amounts to $67 million in the 10 minutes needed to take a shower, more than $1 billion in the 162 minutes that the average American spends watching television each day – and a crushing national debt ...

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Getting to Know B.J. Lawson

I am going to let the video speak for itself.  Mr. Lawson is a small-government, strong-border, free-market Conservative.  Sure, he’s got the GOP label on him, but that doesn’t define him.  Listen, learn and support if you can. A few more links so you can get to know the Representative you wish you had: Lawson polling ahead of Price Illegal ...

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Huffington Attacks Obama on Economy, but Misses the Mark

Arianna Huffington may have gone off the reservation.  In her article titled “Obama Insists He Made ‘The Right Decisions’ on the Economy – The Struggling Middle Class Begs to Differ”, Arianna tells it like it is: In his otherwise excellent speech in Cleveland on Wednesday, the president showed that, when it comes to the plight of the middle class, he ...

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Liberal Brats are the Wurst

It must have been the spinning disco ball – or perhaps the flashing lights, or even the pulsating rhythm of the Bee Gees grinding out “Staying Alive.” Whatever it was, it was strong enough to send the hip 20-something crashing to the dance floor, knocked out like a crazed sex poodle. Someone dialed 9-1-1. Paramedics arrived shortly thereafter, and began ...

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Carol Browner: Energy and Climate Change Czar

Given that, regardless of where legislation stands, the EPA has been given unprecedented power and we are therefore under constant threat of Cap & Trade, I thought it was time to take a look at one of this administrations front runners for that agenda. Meet Carol Browner who’s official title seems to be “Assistant to the President for Energy and ...

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Liberty Lost – Variations on a Theme

This week, the Conservative Daily News team decided to focus on liberty.  With the 8-28 Restoring Honor rally this weekend, it seems logical that we would focus on a foundational principle of our republic – individual freedom. “A free people [claim] their rights as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate.” -Thomas ...

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The Shredding of the Constitution

Individual liberties have been at the core of our Great American Experiment since it’s beginning.  The Federalist Papers and Declaration of Independence make the case that certain rights are inalienable and the Constitution sets down the framework by which they should be protected.  President Obama is the master at the helm of a liberty-destroying administration replete with progressive extremists.  Obama’s collection ...

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You Are No Longer Entitled to Prosperity

Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), or Chartilism, is not as innocuous as it sounds, and America can trace her every current  financial woe to it. Developed in the 1920s, and approved of by John Maynard Keynes, it became the hidden standard of our economy when we moved completely to a fiat money system and away from one backed by a commodity. ...

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Freedoms and Liberties: Under Constant Attack

The Decleration of Independence reads: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the ...

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Sleaze – The Chicago Way

“So, what do you know about protocols?” asked the Vice President of Engineering for a network engineering company. It was the mid-1980s, and I wanted a job. I was clueless – it sounded Greek to me. I was so clueless that I didn’t even realize it was Geek, not Greek. So I answered his question the only way I could. ...

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