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Is "Mormonism" Christian?

In the news lately has been another in a long string of non-issues raised by candidates for the Presidency of the United States of America. The senior pastor at the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Robert Jeffress, made disparaging comments about Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons in the common vernacular). Then he added to his rhetoric about ...

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When the Light Comes On… A Lesson in Brainwashing

  We all know the well known classical conditioning example from Pavlov; the light comes on, the dog’s tail begins to wag and he starts to drool. The experiment involved turning on the light every time the dog is fed. This associative technique is done so many times that eventually just the act of turning on the light will cause ...

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Orrin Orrin, Orrin…Why?

Senator Orrin Hatch is in a desperate effort to catchup with his constituency.  It is like the old adage “Which way did my people go?  I need to get ahead of them so I can lead them.”  Senator Hatch is falling into the Washington phenomena game among elected officials and candidates.  It is called “Make a list of ten related ...

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Chris Christie's Official Presidential Announcement: It's Not My Time

Anyone who is involved in politics is anxiously awaiting a news conference schedule in less than half an hour. The rumor mill has run amuck for many months now, asking the question: Will he, or won’t he? Will Chris Christie run for President of The United States in the 2012 election? The newly elected New Jersey Governor has caused quite ...

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Cain’s Perry Problem- Big Issue or Over Reacting?

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain attacked fellow candidate Rick Perry Sunday because of the former name of a hunting lease the Perry family formerly leased. The former name of the hunting camp was “niggerhead”. Yes, Cain was correct about the former name being offensive, but is Cain over reacting? The Perry campaign released a statement stating that upon an early visit ...

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In Search Of The “Perfect Candidate”

In Search Of The “Perfect Candidate” Republicans Take Careful Aim and Shoot Themselves In Both Feet By Dell Hill Obligatory Disclaimer: I have made no decision as to whom I will support as a Republican candidate for president. I learned long ago that the political landscape can change at a moment’s notice, and I need to be constantly aware of ...

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Me First! Florida Moves its Primaries to January 31

Just as they did in 2007, the state of Florida has decided to move its presidential primaries up to January 31, leaping over the traditional race starters of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, in Nevada. When Florida moved its primaries in 2007, it caused both the Democratic and Republican national committees to penalize the state by removing some or all ...

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Newt Reveals his "21st Century Contract with America"

Newt Gingrich takes us back to the 1990s as he reveals his “21st Century Contract with America”. In the 1990s, Ross Perot developed movement similar to the Tea Party, as Perot would garner 19 percent of the votes in the 1992 elections. Also, Bill Clinton would introduce universal healthcare in 1993 that energized Perot’s movement into an historic landslide election ...

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Herman Cain LEADS in new Zogby Poll

Herman Cain leads in the new Zogby Poll published today.  Twenty-Eight Percent (28%) of poll respondents picked Mr. Cain, while Rick Perry’s woes continue as he plummeted to 18%, followed closely by Mitt Romney, with 17%, and Ron Paul at 11%. It is worth noting that this poll took place after the GOP debate on Thursday, September 22, but before ...

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The Gipper’s Protege

Obama and the Democrats have been eager lately to compare their “messiah” with Ronald Reagan. How they can do this and simultaneously decry him is of course a paradox only the Democrats can get away with. But since Obama is so eager to channel the Gipper, perhaps a comparison of the two bears examination. Actually, there are a few similarities ...

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Hurricane Herman Rocks Florida in GOP Straw Poll [Analysis]

While the sensational-ism screaming media-maniacs across the nation are trumpeting Herman Cain’s impressive blowout of the 2012 GOP presidential field as some kind of anomaly that really shouldn’t have happened, this Floridian simply wonders why it didn’t happen sooner. Herman Cain has been very impressive and pretty much gaff-free in all of the debates leading up to this one in Orlando, Florida. ...

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Could Herman Cain Become The REAL First Black President?

Fresh from his stunning victory in the Florida Republican Straw Poll with 37 percent of the vote – “The Herminator” – Herman Cain has vaulted into a position of respect and serious consideration for the Republican nomination for President of the United States. Cain won in a landslide, besting runner-up, Texas Governor Rick Perry, who finished a dismal second with ...

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President Herman Cain? He Wins The Florida Straw Poll

The national media is at it again. If you pay attention to the polls, read the main stream newspapers, and watch the main stream news, it’s a “foregone conclusion” that Mitt Romney will be the Republican Presidential nominee for the 2012 election. This assumption would, without a doubt, go right along with the way the Republican National Committee (RNC) tends ...

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Is Chris Christie Reconsidering 2012 Presidential Run? Decision "In Days"

Just when it was thought the GOP field was set, there might be a whole new wrinkle to the race.  New Jersey governor Chris Christie is said to be re-considering his decision not to run for President in 2012. Speaking to an audience at New Jersey’s Rider University concerning the lack of leadership in the current GOP crop, Christie said: ...

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