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Carly Fiorina Unveils Plan To Rein In Out-Of-Control Government Spending

September 27, 2010 Highlights Boxer’s Decades of Support for Irresponsible Government Expansion SAN DIEGO, CA – During a town hall with students at the University of San Diego, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today discussed the importance of creating jobs and ensuring a stronger economy for future generations. She also unveiled her plan to rein in out-of-control government spending by ...

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News Round-Up 9-29-10

‘Credible But Not Specific’ Threat of New Terrorist Attack US and European officials said Tuesday they have detected a plot to carry out a major, coordinated series of commando-style terror attacks in Britain, France, Germany and possibly the United States. Counter-Terror Operation Stops Trucks On I-20 DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. — A team of federal agents stopped tractor-trailers on Interstate 20 ...

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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz- Fundamentally Dishonest About Her Reckless Agenda That Holds Our Economy Hostage

Pembroke Pines, FL, September 28, 2010 – It is no secret that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is one of the most brazen partisan politicians in the country today. In every media appearance, Debbie never deviates from her talking points and her political spin- but the truth is that her misinformation and outright falsehoods cannot withstand scrutiny. Time and again, Debbie-Wasserman-Schultz is routinely ...

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Angle Campaign Releases Statement On ObamaCare

Sharron Angle for Senate Spokesman Jerry Stacy released the following statement today in reference to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’s visit to Las Vegas to promote ObamaCare on behalf of Harry Reid. “First Harry Reid rammed through ObamaCare against the wishes of the people and now he’s actually campaigning on this monstrosity,” said Jerry Stacy. “Sharron Angle sides with the citizens ...

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BJ Lawson Receives Endorsements from Leading Conservative Legislators

CARY, N.C., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today the Lawson for Congress campaign received strong endorsements from the leading doctors in Congress, Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX).  Lawson, a physician challenging Rep. David Price in North Carolina’s 4th district, has made pro-market health care reform a cornerstone of his campaign.  He strongly opposes the mandates, rationing and increased bureaucratic intervention in the health care delivery process. ...

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Let Loose the Dogs of..

As the economy continues to struggle, unemployment remains stagnant and government spending continues to climb through the roof, how do some of the most-visible people in the country react?  The let loose the dogs..

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Armed Citizens Prevent Violent Crime

The report from NewsNet5 in Wadsworth, Ohio, was scarcely considered news, ratingonly a few brief paragraphs: “A gun-carrying couple helped [police] catch a man who was allegedly beating his girlfriend in a parking lot in front of her two children…. Police said the couple, who each have a permit to carry a concealed weapon, called 911 [and] then pulled out ...

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Sun-Sentinel Reports: Seniors Citizens Are Abandoning the Democratic Party

Pembroke Pines, FL. – Whether it’s for runaway deficit spending or for a government takeover of healthcare that directly jeopardizes Medicare services for seniors, Democrat voters who grew up under Franklin D. Roosevelt and recall fondly the days of John F. Kennedy are now leaving the Democratic Party in droves. Please read William Gibson’s article, “Worried about national debt, older ...

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We Are Now Dependent Upon a Whole Different Country For Energy – And They Don’t Like Us Either

Thanks Barrack!  All this idiotic talk of making us energy independent was horse-pucky.  We could have drilled, nucleared, and gassed our way to independence, but instead you wanted wind, solar, and electric vehicles. Sure, those things reduce our dependence on the middle east, but now we’re even more dependent on the far east. The New York Times is reporting that ...

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The Alliance Interview – In-Depth Look into Conservative Alternative to AARP

On Monday, I had the opportunity to spend a little under an hour with the President of  The Alliance for Retirement Prosperity, Dr. Larry Hunter.  Dr. Hunter is a supply-side economist that has worked in the Reagan White House as well as numerous Conservative initiatives such as Empowering America and the Social Security Institute. On September 15th, Dr. Hunter launched ...

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When in Doubt, Dems turn to Social Security

From Politico.com| With many Democrats running scared from their party’s handling of the economy and health care reform, they’ve returned to an old reliable campaign theme in the home stretch: attacking their opponents for threatening Social Security and Medicare. “I will not allow these programs to be jeopardized or destroyed,” said Rep. Ron Klein (D-Fla.) when he was endorsed by the Florida ...

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Where is all that Obamacare Popularity Dems Were Promised?

When all the Health Care Reform pushes started, it was promised to be the golden goose for liberal Democrats.  Since it’s passage ..  not so much. Over at HotAir.com Ed Morrissey delves into Bill Clinton’s realization of the health care massacre that is about to take place. It’s not just the highly effective attack on it.  It’s also because people didn’t ...

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It’s All About Them – and Only Them

This week has been full of self-interested politicians .. being self-interested.  Christine O’Donnell pointed out the elitistm with her “ruling class” comments on Friday .. then .. the elitists just went and proved her point. Lisa Murkowski has announced that she will be a write-in candidate against the Joe Miller who defeated her in the primary.  Her motives are those of ...

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Economic Catch-22: Prices Stagnant and So Is Income

The failed sales pitch on the “Recovery Summer” not withstanding .. the U.S. economy is still in dire straights.  We are making less money, food and energy are costing more, and manufacturers are struggling to increase the prices on goods which would allow them to hire more people or pay employees more.  Are we seeing disinflation or the beginnings of ...

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