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Would a Real Republican Seek an Endorsement From a President With a Knigthood?

She’s beautiful, she’s very happy in Alaska, and I hope she’ll stay there – First Lady, Barbara Bush I don’t want to concede that we have to get used to this kind of thing, because I don’t think the majority of Americans don’t want to put up with the blue-bloods — and I want to say it will all due ...

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Romney's Taxes – Is It Any Of Our Business?

First, we have to pretend that it’s any of our business, that a candidate’s personal tax records have any bearing on what sort of president he will be. Then, let the spinning begin. Depending upon who you want to believe, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is either a crook or a hero. Challenged by fellow Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, ...

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The 2012 Guide To Winning The Senate

Any discussion of Republican electoral success in 2012 has to include a major discussion of retaking the U.S. Senate. Without the Senate, it doesn’t matter if we get “Anybody But Obama” into the White House. We currently have 47 seats in the Senate, and Democrats have 53. Here is the breakdown of the Senate seats which will be contested in ...

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Atheist lawsuit demonstrates hypocrisy

According to the Freedom from Religion Foundation, a militant atheist group from Madison, WI, atheists have a right never to be offended by anything religious… and the rest of us have a right to adjust our lives to ensure that we don’t harm their dainty sensibilities.  Sounds fair. Here is the sequence of events that recently took place involving the ...

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Bain, climate change and Romney's Achilles heel

Yet another debate looms. Will the moderator dare ask questions related to climate change legislation, CO2 emissions, the potential for millions of dollars in profit to Romney’s former employer Bain & Company should a global carbon trading system be thrust upon the United States? Doubtful. For months I have begged, pleaded, Facebook’d and Tweeted to debate moderators from nearly every ...

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#JoePa 1926 – 2012 | Uncle Sam 1776 – ?

What in the world could that headline possibly mean? Some of my best thinking occurs in the shower (no, but we’ll get to that later) and when I saw the text alert that Joe Paterno had passed away from complications of lung cancer I was heading to the shower this morning, and naturally started thinking about the man and his ...

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Why Newt Appeals to Americans

Newt Gingrich is beginning to soar in the polls for many reasons. He is clearly the leader in the debates, which are really question and answer forums, for the Republican nomination. This is decidedly a factor in his popularity among those people who watch them. His assault on the media’s hypocrisy concerning how they treat Democrats as opposed to Republicans ...

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The Scumbags Need to Resign; Yes, you, Brian Ross

The jokes are all over the internet. They usually begin with “A Woman Scorned”. The story is about Newt Gingrich’s second wife and her “revelations to destroy a career.” You all have heard the media wagging their collective tongues over this sensationalism. It is tawdry, unprofessional, and down right tacky. Brian Ross at ABC is credited with this yellow journalism. ...

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Crucifying Jesus….Again

Crucifying Jesus…….Again! The fourth circuit court of appeals ruled recently that the name Jesus could only be spoken once or twice in legislative prayers. The US Supreme Court was petitioned to hear the case for a reverse ruling, but on January 17, 2012, they have officially refused to hear the case, which means the lower court ruling stands and is ...

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Since Perry's Out, I'm With Romney

As reported, Gov. Rick Perry has dropped out of the presidential race. Which candidate will I support now? Backstory: Originally, I favored Mitch Daniels- a solid fiscal conservative who pushed for, and got, a balanced budget multiple years in a row, an increase in Indiana’s credit rating to AAA for the first time ever; and substantial reform in Medicaid with ...

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Conservatives Get Stupid, Again

What a let down. Here conservative Republicans were so close to respectability and even acceptance in polite society. In Prince William County, VA where I live, conservatives convinced themselves we’d come far from that time in the recent past when the Washington Post described evangelicals (essentially another word for conservative Republicans, since there is considerable overlap among the two demographic ...

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Is this the week the world economy bites it?

Ok, I know.. I haven’t written an honest-to-goodness analysis piece in awhile – but now.. the world is ending and I’ve noticed that no one else was writing about it.. well not just this moment .. We’ve been hearing that EU is going to crash any day now, that Americans are over-leveraged and as Conservatives we know all about the ...

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Jon Huntsman Drops Out; Ain't A Dang Thing Changed

In case you haven’t heard, former governor of Utah, Jon Huntsman Jr. has officially dropped out of the Republican primary.  That’s not surprising, really, considering that he spent most of the past year in the single digits.  What is surprising is that he didn’t bow out on the night of the New Hampshire primary; the guy practically lived there, and ...

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Remembering Dr. King's Struggle Against Gun Control

Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Like every year, there will be discussion of his life and achievements. I wish to tell a different story: the story of his struggle against racist gun control laws. Dr. King, who was a registered Republican, kept guns at home for self-defense. He applied for a permit to carry a handgun, but was ...

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