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Media Deception and Brainwashing Techniques Working Well

I ran across an article by Ben Kinchlow in a World Net Daily “Commentary” column  a few days ago, and the title caught my attention. The “Exclusive” line hit a nerve with me. The quote in that line, “Founders’ intent has been subverted by new doctrine” must be the largest understatement in the history of this nation. But he hits ...

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Exactly how wrong was Markos Moultisas?

In case you missed it, on Tuesday night after Rick Santorum finished speaking Markos Moultisas sent out a series of tweets that seemed like they were designed to prove that he understands absolutely nothing about our Constitution.  It was almost surreal. Here’s the first tweet (both via Hotair.com): After being called out for being completely misinformed about perhaps the single ...

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RFK Jr. Calls Senator Inhofe a prostitute- Media Outrage?

When Rush Limbaugh calls Sandra Fluke a prostitute and a slut on his radio show, he loses advertisers and outraged liberals everywhere demand that the FCC pull his broadcaster’s license. However, when Robert F Kennedy Jr. calls Senator Inhofe a prostitute on Twitter, not only is there no media firestorm, but Twitter followers retweet his comments. On Tuesday night, Kennedy ...

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Romney’s Not So Conservative Environmental Position – Just So You Know

When Mitt Romney, currently candidate for the Republican nomination for president, was governor of Massachusetts, he appointed: John Holdren, President Barack Hussein Obama’s Science Czar Gina McCarthy, Obama’s EPA Assistant Administrator James Connaughton, head of Bush’s Council of Environmental Quality, and a long time supporter of cap and trade Edward Krenik, former Bush EPA member, and supporter of cap and ...

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Can We Beat The Organized Left?

Why does it seem the Democratic Party is always better organized and does a better job getting out its message than the GOP? There are many misconceptions about the Republican Party by mainstream Americans who most often do not closely follow politics. Many think the Republican leaders do not stand on principle and too often cave to big business and ...

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Proof That Romney Is Willing To Say ANYTHING To Get Elected

Willard Romney won six out of ten states last night, but you have to wonder how many voters saw this video before casting their ballots.  In it, he brags about how he was able to secure “over $410 Million” from the federal government to help fund the 2002 Winter Olympics.  What’s odd is that he even talks about how helpful ...

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Morgan Horse’s Arse attempt to buggy whip Cameron

If one listens to the entire interview dialogue, as cited on the "BI" website, it becomes clear to honest people that liberty was taken with Cameron 's comments, by the business rag. I will explain. Pier Morgan asked Cameron the question if homosexuality was a sin. Cameron carefully avoided that description emphasizing that "in his view", as a christian, "unnatural" and "ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization". Kirk Cameron emphasized that it was not his place to judge, he simply explained his view. Yet, Piers and company immediately decided to claim that Cameron was directly calling homosexuality a sin. Again quoting the Business Insider, "he felt homosexuality was not only sinful but..."

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ABC News That’s Not So New

One of the breaking headline news stories online from ABC News just today, Tuesday, March 6, 2012 reads: Green Firms Get Fed Cash, Give Exec Bonuses, Fail. Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk, for ABC News, aggressively reporting news with an edge, convey how companies like Solyndra, Ener1and Beacon Power took money from the Department of Energy, paid bonuses to executives, ...

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Sandra Fluke, a true Freedom Fighter

“Thank you for calling this hearing on women’s health. …and for allowing me to testify on behalf of the women who’ll benefit from the affordable care act contraceptive coverage regulation.” – opening remarks from Sandra Fluke. Since the United States is an auspice of the United Nations, “activists” messages such as these are starting to make sense. After studying Sandra ...

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Sandra Fluke And The Three Thousand Dollar Lie

First and foremost, before I’m accused of slander, let me say that I “feel” like Miss Fluke is being dishonest with us.  I might even “believe” that she’s lied.  But what I’m going to officially say is that I think she’s testified before Congress with questionable facts.  Highly questionable facts… in fact.  Let me explain. The “lie” (or questionable fact) ...

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Sandra Fluke Testifies Before Congress

The story known as “SlutGate” has been gathering more and more steam in the media.  It’s to the point that we spend more time talking about Sandra Fluke than we do about gas prices, national security, or even the unemployment rate.  As of this writing, The Huffington Post has an article on the front page with over 38,000 comments.  Folks, ...

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Minnesota Governor Vetoes Castle Law Reform Bill

Most states in the Union have a “Castle Law” which grants citizens the right to defend themselves with firearms in the case that an unlawful intruder enters their home. Minnesota is no different. But when the state legislature voted to for a bill to strengthen those rights in favor of the homeowner, Governor Mark Dayton thought it was a bad ...

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When You Wrestle With A Pig…

Running errands Friday I heard Rush Limbaugh speak for the third day about a college student who spoke before a House Sub-Committee. Unfortunately, I could not get past his absurd name-calling to listen for the real concern. His tirade might have been meant in some sort of humorous way but it was lost on me. As a conservative, as a ...

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Putin Wins, Unrest On Russian Horizon?

. Vladimir Putin will once again serve in the Kremlin as President of Russia, raking in an estimated 62% of the vote one day ago.  The closest competitor in the race was communist Gennady Zyuganov, bringing home around 17% of the votes. Mr. Putin will enter his 3rd term (6 year term) .  He is returning after a 4 year gap where ...

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Rush Limbaugh Is Not The Problem

This is not a defense of Rush Limbaugh. Rush can take care of himself. This is about a much bigger problem within a much bigger picture. Have you seen the latest hit piece on Yahoo’s Destination 2012 web-site by David Crary of the Associated Press? Not surprisingly, this latest salvo is aimed directly at Rush Limbaugh. Contrary to the opinion ...

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