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Republicans Ensuring Obama’s Re-election

As we go further into the primary season I find the Republican Party doing more each day to ensure that Barack Obama gets re-elected in November. The establishment Republican elitists drove Herman Cain out of the running with a smear campaign of innuendo and accusation without one shred of evidence that any of these women were telling any semblance of ...

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Behind the Big-Money Romney Win in Florida

  Mitt Romney’s decisive victory over Newt Gingrich in the Florida GOP primary race carries with it some harsh truths concerning the American political process today. First and foremost is the money-factor, as in the following facts: According to NBC, the Romney super PAC , Restore Our Future had raised $17.9 million dollars as of the end of December, with ...

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Indiana State Police Seize $4 Million Transcontinental Cocaine Haul

. WXIN-Fox 59 reports that the Indiana State Police have seized 37 kilos of cocaine that was on its way to New Jersey from California. Around 9:30am on January 31st, a trooper on Interstate 70 pulled over a Freightliner for a routine traffic stop.  Upon speaking with the driver, 26-year-old Mosies Delgado, the trooper became suspicious and investigated further.  The trooper ...

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Stephen Colbert Campaign Would Help Republicans

Believe it or not, as a Presidential candidate, Stephen Colbert would help the Republican party defeat President Obama.  In a recent Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey: Stephen Colbert, would actually hurt the president more than [it would] Romney, pulling 13% of the national vote and keeping Obama to a 41-38 margin This is particularly shocking, because Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson ...

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Gingrich Security Stomps Toes Of Voter – Literally

At Newt Gingrich’s first campaign event of the day in Florida, the lack of class and character of Newt’s security team was on display. Eddie Dillard, a Florida resident decided to stand outside his precinct with a Ron Paul sign and his Ron Paul T-shirt to give his candidate some advertising.  All was well until the Gingrich bus pulled in. ...

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Beckel pulls race card on .. Allen West??

For those who’re unaware of the big dust up stirred by Fl Rep Allen West, here’re the remarks he made at a Lincoln Day Dinner in West Palm Beach Fl: We need to let President Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and my dear friend the chairman of the Democrat National Committee, we need to let them know that Florida ain’t ...

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Congressman Dan Burton (R-IN) Retiring

. Fifteen term Indiana congressman Dan Burton announced today that he will not seek re-election to his 5th district seat in Congress.  The 73 year old Burton announced his decision today while addressing members of the Indiana House Of Representatives, but did not elaborate with details. Burton narrowly escaped the 2010 Republican primary election, beating Luke Messer by 2%.  Currently, ...

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Harris Poll: Republicans could lose the House

The media has a “laser-like” focus on the GOP presidential nomination race, analysts are starting to talk about the Senate races, but the House has been all but ignored – and that could lead to another Nancy Pelosi speakership. According to a new Harris Interactive Poll, a House election held today would have voters selecting a generic Republican 38% of the ...

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What are Super PACs & When Are They Releasing Their Donor List?

Exactly who are the folks funneling unlimited amounts of money into the coffers of political candidates?  We are set to find out who is giving loads of cash to Super PACs on the same day that Floridians and Oregonians are heading to voting booths.  In Florida, today is the state’s primary elections, while Oregon’s 1st Congressional District holds a special ...

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Congress, a failure to communicate

The Republican candidates running for Oklahoma Congressional District 2 –  the  seat being vacated by Dan Boren – have grand plans for what they are going to do if elected. While I admire them for the time they have put into forming their plans, I don’t think they really understand the situation we face as a nation. America isn’t facing ...

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Congress To Attempt Self Policing… Really!

Would you trust your 7 year old child to “self-regulate” their sugar intake the day after Halloween?  Just leave your child with a gigantic bowl of candy, and tell them to use their own discretion.  Sounds ridiculous doesn’t it?  Members of Congress are now claiming that they will try something akin to that. Congress doesn’t have a sugar intake problem, ...

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Will Grassroots Ad Campaign Create Political Tsunami?

Conservative Daily News has reported on two 2012 Congressional candidates using the controversial, tightrope-walking ad which garnered over 90,000 views in four days.  “Turn This Ship Around” lands a series of punches squarely on the chin of President Obama.  Mr. Obama is portrayed as the arrogant, steadfast captain of a  ship heading in the wrong direction. The first candidate to feature the ...

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"Turn This Ship Around" Becoming 2012 Mantra, And Movement

On January 25th, CDN reported on the new video by Florida GOP Candidate Mark Oxner, which was titled “Turn This Ship Around”.  The video created a buzz due to the unique – even odd – nature of the video, with it’s plethora of innuendos and subtle messages. Now, the message is spreading.  Connecticut Republican Brian K. Hill, who is running for ...

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Embracing Technology, Obama To Host Google+ Hang Out Today

When Google launched it’s “Google Plus” – a social network – one of the key features was a “Hang Out”.  A “Hang Out” is where users can interact and communicate with multiple friends and people in a video conference style setting. Today at 5:30 ET, President Obama will be hosting a Google+ Hang Out town hall meeting.  The President is ...

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Did You Forget About Oregon Election On Tuesday? We Didn't.

On Tuesday, January 31st, Floridians will be heading to the polling booths to vote in the Presidential primaries for their state.  But there is another election on Tuesday, and it’s on the other side of the continent. Oregonians will be participating in a special election to fill the vacant seat for the state’s 1st Congressional, formerly held by Democrat David ...

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