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The 2012 Election

Will truth of Benghazi Murders determine battleground states election choice

Obama’s election firewall is melting like a house of wax all over America.  States like Florida, Virginia, Iowa, Michigan, and Wisconsin where President Obama’s election machines had once appeared impregnable are now crumbling.  What is even more telling is that Ohio, the battleground of all battleground states is now fast becoming Obama’s possible Waterloo. According to many recent national polls, ...

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UPDATED! Obama Administration Says Iran Ready to Negotiate

Two developments have come across the News wires.   First, according to the New York Times, the United States and Iran have agreed for the first time to one-on-one negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, the NY Times goes on to say: “Iranian officials have insisted that the talks wait until after the presidential election, a senior administration official said, telling ...

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Not Optimal, Indeed

Jon Stewart asked President Barack Hussein “kill list” Obama about the Benghazi consulate terrorist attack. Obama’s response: “If four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal.” Not optimal, indeed! But that isn’t the only “not optimal” situation Obama has created. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009: It’s better known as the “stimulus.” It’s sole purpose, according to Paul ...

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Rage Against the Media

Pelosi, Reid, Obama and other “progressives” called the Tea Party “teabaggers”, “racists”, “astroturf”, “Nazis” ” and “extremists”. The Department of Homeland Security described the Tea Party as “right-wing extremists” and ”insurgents”, saying “Right-wing extremists will attempt to recruit and radicalize veterans in order to boost their violent capacities.” How long before members of Tea Parties are called “killers”? Hasn’t that ...

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Karen Harrington: More than Just the Anti-DWS Candidate

By now we’ve all heard the popular #FireDebbie meme, and conservatives and Libertarians alike long for the day when Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) no longer sits before us as a spokesperson for the Obama administration…but what do you know about the woman who just might make that happen? Karen Harrington, businesswoman with a 30-year record of private industry success, ...

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UPDATED:Obama’s ‘Not Optimal’ Comment–Too Detached for Americans?

President Obama was reaching to younger voters during the October 18 interview with comedian Jon Stewart. Between the jokes and laughs the conversation did enter a serious realm with some discussion of the Benghazi attack on the American consulate that resulted in the deaths of the ambassador, fellow diplomat and two former Navy SEALs. The attack initially blamed on a ...

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Mitt Romney Debates Candy Obama

The Commission on Presidential Debates lowered the altitude for the second contest by 5,200 feet and simultaneously dropped the level of discourse considerably farther. The candidates repeatedly interrupted each other, called one another liars and generally argued at a sixth–grade level. (Good enough for a passing under No Child Left Behind!) Yet in the end Mitt Romney was able to ...

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Sen. McCaskill Testy Over Question about her Husband’s ‘Dining Room’ Deals

Incumbent Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill got a little testy with Dana Loesch, editor of Breitbart’s Big Journalism, during a press conference after Thursday night’s senate debate where Loesch asked the senator about her husband’s business deals, which involved selling tax credits tied to stimulus money.  McCaskill’s husband, Joseph Shepard, allegedly conducted these deals in the U.S. Senate Dining Room. The ...

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But… There Is No Voter Fraud, Right?

The most common argument heard from those against voter integrity laws is that “there is no voter fraud.” Here’s a short list from the last 2 years that proves their theory wrong… dead wrong. Arkansas – Two and one half hours prior to Former President Bill Clinton took the stage at the Democrat National Convention, a Police Official, Democratic State ...

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Obama gets no post-debate bounce in polls

Rasmussen Reports  has released the results of the first set of post-debate polls and so far, Obama has received no boost after a much-improved performance in the second debate. After having basically failed to show up at the first Presidential Debate, Obama came out swinging this last Tuesday. Many, including CDN’s editor, gave a slight nod to Obama in the ...

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Campaign Ad: Act of Terror

American Crossroads today released a new web video, “Act of Terror,” exposing how President Barack Obama misled the American people in Tuesday night’s debate over whether the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi were terrorism

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Jobs, Not Marriage, Top Issue for American Gays

GOProud Executive Director Jimmy LaSalvia appeared on Fox and Friends with cohost Gretchen Carlson Oct. 17 to discuss the latest presidential debate. He largely dispelled the notion that all gays are liberal and support the Democratic ticket, including President Obama. Gays are just like everyone else, LaSalvia said, and are more concerned about jobs and the economy than the “gay ...

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VP Joe Biden Caught Embellishing His Role, Again

Here’s another story that should be on the “front lines” in the “Main Stream News”.  Unfortunately, many Americans will never learn of this story, which has been buried by ABC.  Jake Tapper, one of the few “real” journalists left attempting to dig into stories that have teeth, filed this story a few hours ago.  Apparently, VP Joe Biden has been ...

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