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GOP Field Is Totally Overcrowded

“Too many cooks spoil the broth”, or so the saying goes. And right now the Republican political party has far too many “cooks” spoiling everything. Thursday night’s hammer throwing contest, disguised as a political debate, did more to drive the electorate to drink, rather than be even remotely interested in anything more the presidential wannabes have to say from here ...

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Crisis of Confidence

On January 18, 2010 I posted an opinion piece about a new political party in Washington. It was the Say Anything Party, (SAP). Back then I included the more prominent liars in Washington DC as it members, Barack Obama being its president and CEO. Today I am seeing that the SAPs are increasing their ranks to include those with no ...

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VOTE FOR CDN'S QUESTION TO THE CANDIDATES!!

Vote now for CDN’s question to the Republican candidates for this Thursday’s debate.  The deadline is Wednesday!  A last minute boost of votes will help vault the question into the mix.  Let’s all work together to let our voice be heard!!   Here is the question:   “What do see you are three specific misconceptions about Republicans and Republican issues, ...

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Civil Discourse – Condolences to the Kennedy & Mondale Families

In the era of so-called civil discourse among the political parties – that seems to last for about 3 days after the last tragedy – I want to take the high road on behalf of all decent Americans and offer my condolences to the families of Eleanor Mondale and Kara Kennedy – both passed away this weekend at 51 years ...

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What a Week in Politics: 9/17/2011

  Here at CDN we try to give our readers insightful, informative and sometimes humorous articles generally written from a conservative point of view,( and sometimes Libertarian) thus we are known as Conservative Daily News. While very detailed articles are a must for most political junkies, citizen activists and all around working folks concerned about the direction of America today under the current  Liberal ...

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Palin to announce today? – Update

The rumor mill has been churning out story after story about whether or not former Vice Presidential candidate and governor Sarah Palin will make a run for the presidency in 2012 since November 2008. Do a simple Google search for “Sarah Palin to announce run” and you will find over 4 million hits with predictions for the date she will ...

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Cancer Victim's Friends Defend Gov. Perry Over HPV Vaccine

Sep 15, 2011- Craig and Lisa Wilson, who are friends of Heather Burchamm, who died from cervical cancer, respond to critics over controversial Gardasil executive order signed by Texas Governor Rick Perry. Watch the latest video at <a href=”http://video.foxnews.com”>video.foxnews.com</a>  

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House Republicans Pass Highway (to Hell) Bill by Voice Vote

Yesterday, Sept. 14, 2011 should be marked as an eye-opening day of revelation for conservative voters across the nation that handed the U.S. House of Representatives to the GOP in the historic 2010 elections. Why should this day be such an eye-opener? Well, this is the day that Republicans used the Liberal trickery that we have seen for the past ...

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GOP Wins Special Elections in N.Y. and Nevada

Last night in a special election vote for the disgraced N.Y. Democrat Anthony Weiner’s House seat, retired broadcast executive and political novice Bob Turner (R) beat N.Y. State assemblyman David Weprin.(D) Not only did a Republican take this seat for the first time since 1922,  NY-09 is a district where registered Democrats have a 3-1 voter margin over Republicans. Weprin ...

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TPX/CNN GOP Debate: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Last night in Tampa Florida, The Teaparty Express/CNN GOP Presidential debate was held at the Florida State fairgrounds. The weather was quite nice for the event, although temperatures were in the 90’s for most of the day. Florida is also considered to be a very important swing state that could decide just who will become the next Republican President of ...

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Everything In Life Is A Choice

After the CNN/Tea Party debate in Florida, Wolf Blitzer interviewed Michele Bachmann one-on-one, and asked her specifically about the HPV vaccination issue that became one of the main topics during the debate. One statement Congresswoman Bachmann made in her response was: A little girl doesn’t get a do-over once she gets the vaccination. While this statement is true, there is ...

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Erring On The Side Of Life

During the CNN/Tea Party debate in Florida, one topic in particular became the focal point of attack on Texas Governor Rick Perry. Congresswoman Bachmann, in particular, went on the offensive against Governor Perry on this issue. While Governor Perry said that his decision had been wrong, and he would not make the same decision again, he also added that in ...

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September 12th CNN/Tea Party Express GOP Debate [Video]

Beginning at about 7:30pm tonight, CDNews will host a live stream of the 2012 CNN/TEA Party Express GOP debate. As soon as the stream starts, it will appear on this page. You can also join some of the CDNews staff for tonight’s live chat (why watch alone?). Participants in the event are expected to be Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, businessman Herman Cain, former ...

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Obama Begins "Pass the Fake Jobs Bill" Campaign Today

The Classless Community Organizer will hit the campaign trail today to promote his misnamed American Jobs Act. Barack Obama will start off with another speech/publicity event from the rose garden on Monday morning. “Pass this bill now without reading it,” and “This is not just another failed stimulus bill,” will surely be two messages he will try to fool the ...

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