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Klobuchar is “Minnesota Nice” …in name only!

Should a sitting senator be praising a 9/11 truther? Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is often billed as the “Minnesota-nice” senator who makes great hot dish. She is soft spoken and is quick to flash an unassuming smile. It’s a great cover for a woman who pals around with communist revolutionaries, George Soros lackeys and union thugs who would like to ...

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No Democrats, We Don’t Belong To The Government

  Democrats have shown just how far off the sanity cliff they’ve gone in their video to open the Democratic National Convention. Just to repeat, the narrator says, “Government is the only thing that we all belong to…we’re together as a part of our city, or our county or our state. Or our nation.” There’s no spinning this. It’s worse ...

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Gore wants Popular Vote

Yesterday, August 31st 2012 former Vice president Al Gore, called for an end to the electoral college.  Gore, who believes that citizens who live outside of those coveted  swing states are “written off” when it comes to having their voices heard when it comes to the election process.  Gore, who was speaking to Current TV, said that, “I’ve seen how ...

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Women Not Allowed

As I watched the news recently, a big news update appeared on the screen, Augusta National allows women after 80-year history. I started thinking, what is so terrible about men having a place of their own? I mean, come on, really. Why is it so bad for men to have a place that they can call their own, where they ...

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Paul Ryan’s Defense Of 2008-2009 Votes

One of the big questions since Mitt Romney selected Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as is running mate is whether it would bring in small government conservatives and libertarians on the Romney bandwagon. Ryan is well-liked by people due to his “Roadmap For America’s Future” and his 2009 verbal destruction of Obamacare to the President’s face. There are still a few ...

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The Least Productive Congress…Why?

The institutionalized “progressive” left is at it again.  Consider this headline published by Yahoo News on behalf of Susan Davis, USA Today and ABC OTUS News: “Congress could be least productive since 1947” Three of the first four paragraphs of this “headline news” story focus on attacking the Republican majority in the House of Representatives for the recent lack of ...

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Capitalism, the Superior Societal System

“It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest.” – Adam Smith (1723-1790) Scottish moral philosopher and a pioneering political economist. Self interest, what some may call “greed”; wrongly, is a good thing. Put simply, capitalism, is as natural to humans as ...

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3 Strikes: Why Paul Ryan Is A Bad Choice For Veep

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them” ~Albert Einstein~ . The buzz is deafening. Social Media, the Mainstream Media, and seemingly everyone in-between is buzzing with excitement at Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan being named as Mitt Romney’s possible selection for the Vice Presidential nominee on the GOP ballot this November. Sure, Paul ...

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In God America Must Trust

Once upon a time, in what now seems like a far-distant land, a young President inspired America with the words: “Ask not, what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.” Today, despite the fact that their country is rapidly approaching $16 trillion in debt, there are millions of Americans wondering when they are ...

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The Economic Justice Lie

For years, the current White House occupant has foisted the concept that more affluent Americans do not pay their fair share of taxes.  That may make for an effectively memorable campaign stump slogan, but as is so often the case with the “progressive” Democrat’s reelection campaign statements, the rhetoric does not align itself with reality.  The top five percent of ...

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Is This Any Way To Govern?

Profits for Government Motors, the crown jewel of White House efforts to portray their venture capital investment efforts in a successful light, dropped 41 percent in the second quarter.  Using GM as a staple of his never ending re-election campaign efforts, the current Oval Office occupant has consistently crowed from the stump about how the GM bailout was part of ...

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He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

                             When: Wed, August 1, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/08/02/he-said-she-said What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into themind ...

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He Said, She Said with Demetrius & Stacy

   When: Wed, July 25, 10PM EST/7PM Pacific Where: He Said, She Said on Blog Talk Radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cdnews/2012/05/31/he-said-she-said What: Have you ever wondered what Black Conservatives think about the political issues of today? Well wonder no more, “He Said, She Said” with Demetrius and Stacy. brings you an inner peek into the mind of the conservative, bold, full strength, and unfiltered. Tonight: Special ...

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New Taxes You’re Going To Pay To Fund Obamacare

Henry Blodget, writing for businessinsider.com,  shares some  valuable information that will come in handy  when debating with “progressive” useful idiots whether obama”care”tax is really a tax or not. “Here are some of the new taxes you’re going to have to pay to pay for Obamacare: •A 3.8% surtax on “investment income” when your adjusted gross income is more than $200,000 ...

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How’s That “progressive” Deal Working Out For You?

According to the Labor Department, jobless claims for unemployment benefits surged 34,000 to 386,000.  Figures for the prior week were revised upwards to 352,000 from the 350,000 previously reported.  This makes every time since the current administration seized power that previously reported unemployment numbers were later revised upwards. Meanwhile, factory activity fell shy of expectations held by economic experts and ...

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