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Newt Gingrich: 2012 Presidential Profile

Personal Information Newton Leroy “Newt” Gingrich was born Newton Leroy McPherson on June 17, 1943 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to Kathleen “Kit’ and Newton Searles McPherson. Hew grew up in Hummelstown, a small nearby borough. His biological parents were not married but a short time, and divorced. In 1946, his mother married Army officer Robert Gingrich, who adopted Newt. Newt has three younger half-sisters. Robert Gingrich was a ...

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Sarah’s Sweet Revenge

Sarah Palin. Her name alone is a dichotomy of emotions, depending on who you are and which side of the political aisle you lean. For the Conservative mom’s of America, she is a role model to be admired. She is a true lady in every sense of the word, full of grace and beauty, strong yet gentle. For many Conservatives, ...

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Herman Cain: 2012 Presidential Profile

Personal Information Herman Cain was born Cain was born on December 13, 1945 in Memphis, Tennessee, to Lenora and Luther Cain, Jr. His mother was a cleaner and his father was a janitor, a barber, and a chauffeur. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia with “his loving parents, and little else.” Family Married to Gloria, and they have two grown children. Religious Beliefs He is ...

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What Would Reagan Do?

Many have said that what we need now, more than ever, is a Ronald Reagan-esque President in the White House. What would Reagan do to deal with the Debt Ceiling?

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2012 Election Will Require Much Wisdom From Conservatives

Things are most definitely heating up in the 2012 race for the White House. The first “official” event of the election just took place with the Iowa Straw Poll. This event is typically what kicks off the real race, though strangely enough, rarely is the winner of the Iowa Straw Poll chosen as the nominee. The atmosphere of the race ...

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The Cowboy Rides In

Well it’s official, Rick Perry is making the run for president in 2012. Not everyone is thrilled about Perry entering the race, especially liberals. There are some in the Conservative/Republican camps that aren’t real happy with the decision either. Why might so many people be nervous? Let’s take a look at a few reasons they may be nervous. The great ...

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Modern Day Daniel In The Lion’s Den

Ted Nugent proves to be a modern day Daniel walking into a liberal lion’s den. Never fear- The Nuge stood strong!   ____________________________________ For those of you that own firearms, train hard and well and teach those that do not know how.  Be good stewards of the right to bear arms, for we are the last line of defense against ...

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2012 Dream

Have you ever had a dream that you would give just about anything to see come true? Do you ever analyze your dreams? I had one of those dreams recently that demanded I analyze it. You might ask what kind of dream would inspire me to actually write an article on it. My dream was of what I would consider ...

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Rick Perry: Perfect Christian, Perfect Candidate, Superhero, Or None Of The Above?

Today is the day. This day has been debated throughout the political community for some time now. Will Rick Perry, Governor of the Lone Star State, throw his hat into the ring for the 2012 Presidential race? Today Governor Perry made it official! Yes, he is running for President! There are as many conflicting arguments on this debate as any ...

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Rick Perry – Is He the ‘Right’ Candidate?

Texas governor Rick Perry is said to announce his entry into the 2012 Presidential race on Saturday. But, is he the ‘right’ person for the job? Perry is the longest standing governor in Texas. He entered office as governor in December 2000 and still in the office today. Until 1989 Perry was a Democrat. The Hill.com said this morning that “the ...

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Wisconsin Speaks, Public Unions Lose…Again

Last night was Wisconsin’s “Super Recall Tuesday” and the whole country watched with baited breath.  Six Republicans faced Democrat challengers in race to control the state Senate.  Public employee unions and other Democrat voters had hoped to win at least three seats, flip the Senate and wrest control away from the GOP with the ultimate goal of blocking Governor Scott ...

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GOP Announces Its Six Members, Pelosi Still Undecided

Earlier this week, Democrats announced their picks for the three Senators that would be part of the “super committee” tasked with deficit reduction. Today, Republicans release the names of the three Representatives and three Senators that would fill out the entire GOP side of the committee. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell announced his selections as Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ), Sen. ...

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RNC Video – Change Direction II

Using Obama’s own words and results to show the disparity between what he says and what he’s done, this RNC ad effectively illustrates the failures of our current President.

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DNC Launches Misleading News Campaign

WASHINGTON, Aug. 8, 2011 Today the Democratic National Committee announced its “Extreme Aims” Mediscare mistruthfest in the lead-up to Thursday’s Republican debate in Iowa and the Ames straw poll on Saturday. Calling the the 2012 Republican presidential field “extreme” and “out-of-touch” in response to public opinion that is using those very terms to describe the President’s policies. Iowa Caucus// James Q. Lynch (“extreme” sure is prevalent ...

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