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For the Undecided

Decidedly Liberals, Progressives, or Socialists are not swayed them from their unbridled compassion. Categorically, Conservatives know that there are now only two choices, slow intoxicating governmental growth, or mainline fascist socialism. God bless the undecided, for they are the hope of this world. The Undecided must balance their views with a sense of proportion. For instance, balance the need for ...

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New Obama Ad: Sniffle, but this job is hard

In a new ad released for TV by the Obama for America campaign, it tells a tale of a Presidential difficulties and the successful rebound the nation is experiencing. Unfortunately for Obama – it’s all B.S. The voice-over starts with “Every president inherits challenges. Few have faced so many.” JFK might be surprised to hear that after having to strongly ...

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Biden Unhinged in VP Debate, while Ryan exuded self-control

  Last night’s Vice Presidential debate did put more pressure on Vice President Biden, who was tasked with delivering the same old progressive talking points about taxes, foreign policy, abortion, and health care – albeit with a little more spiritedness.  However, the pervasive grinning, smiling, and interrupting came off as egregiously arrogant and condescending.  Biden conveyed a “I’m gonna kill ...

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The First 12 Hours of a US Dollar Collapse

At this point it really is a matter of “when, not if”. I look into a possible scenario if we do not get our entitlements under control. Educate yourself before time runs out.

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Obama’s bad tryst with coal is going to hurt him

We all know about the Obama administration’s ‘War on Coal.’  It’s an egregious regulatory onslaught against American enterprise.  However, it’s a story that’s often buried by some in the media.  Last month, I wrote about how The Washington Post pushed another event in Obama’s war on coal to page 16 of their September 19 edition.  It was when “Alpha Natural Resources [planned ...

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Energy Starts American Recovery

America needs to become energy independent. America’s dependence on foreign energy puts her at great risk in a world that grows increasingly unstable. Given the current political upheavals in the Middle East, this reality is more than slapping America in the face. Those who claim to be “progressive” feel a compulsive obsession to force Americans into accepting the “green energy” ...

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Obamanomics Decimated the American Middle Class, Working Poor

As Hot Air Green Room colleague Howard Portnoy noted on October 3, Joe Biden said that the middle class has been “buried” for the past four years.  A tacit realization that President Obama’s impotent economic policies has killed American economic vigor. Keep ‘em coming Joe!  Biden seems to be talking the Democratic ticket right out of the White House, but let’s ...

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For the millionth time, Social Security adds to the deficit

  In a bit of new old news, Social Security adds to the federal deficit.  This non-shocking piece of news continues to be either ignored or underreported since the political class is petrified of having the geriatric brigade occupying the front lawns of their homes.  The current unfunded liability of Social Security is $8.6 trillion over the next 75 years. ...

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Voices Without A Vote

These are the voices of our future. Their future hangs in the balance. They can’t vote. But you can. Liberty is never more than one generation from extinction. And they are that generation! YouTube Description: The teenagers who speak in this video belong to http://www.im2moro.org. These young people realize that if they don’t stand up and speak out for life, ...

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GDP drops, manufacturing takes nosedive

The Department of Commerce released its National Income and Product Accounts report this morning which showed the economy declining much faster than analysts had expected. Despite steady government spending, the second quarter Gross Domestic Product (GDP) came in much lower than Q1 and strongly down from analysts expectations. The first quarter GDP came in at 2.4% growth and the second ...

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Another Day Another Disaster

Barack Obama’s foreign policy approval numbers plunged in a recent poll.  This is no surprise at a time when NATO is pulling back in Afghanistan, a move that is heightening doubts about the future of that country.  NATO’s decision, which leaves Obama’s exit strategy in doubt, makes his claims of “progress” in that arena suspect at best. While the Islamist ...

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Mother Jones Did Romney a Favor

One thing I’ve learned over the years is that truth is relative, especially in politics. While Mother Jones might be thinking they’ve really done Romney some major harm, I think they are sorely mistaken. First, let me point out what should have been bloody obvious from the start here – whoever got that video of those private fundraising events is ...

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An Untrustworthy White House

One person was killed and dozens more were injured when protesters attempted to storm a U.S. outpost in Pakistan.  More flag covered coffins will arrive in the U.S. after four American soldiers died over the weekend as a result of ‘insider’ attacks in Afghanistan.  There are claims a video shows U.S. Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens being dragged through the streets ...

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

Lately, the phrase “Chose your neighbors wisely.” has become increasingly important.  For years, the significance as to what the government was doing, or how the government was growing, was a distant thought in my mind because my life itself was so busy and all consuming.  Like many people  I guess I had the mindset that our government was meant to protect us, and ...

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