Monthly Archives: September 2009

Bobby Jindal, the Democratic Party, Common Ground & Naivete

Bobby Jindal wants the Pubbies to work with Obama on finding “common ground” in regards to the health care bill. He didn’t give any details on exactly how this would be possible. The Dems have consistently shut the Republicans out of the process, refusing to let them sit in on legislative meetings and rejecting amendments […]

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SOLID PRINCIPLES PODCAST: Episode 11 Going The Distance?:  While Candidate Obama presented himself as a Centrist, President Obama’s far left agenda alienated the American public at large.  As the public protests over Health Reform elevated, has this forced Obama to distance himself from his opening months and back towards the center? On this edition, Solid Principles senior contributor John Cronin […]

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Short Memories?

Leave it to the Left Wing Press to support Roman Polanski, I’ve never seen so much such twisted logic masquerading as liberal enlightenment in all my life. The Washington Post’s Anne Applebaum lends to the impression, Sharon Tate aside, Polanski has suffered quite enough already. The Outrageous Arrest of Roman Polanski He’s already paid for this. […]

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Calvin Woodward AP Debunker

During the 2008 Presidential Campaign of Sen. Barrack Obama,  the mainstream press positioned themselves as a slobbering cheer squad for their very own ‘Anointed One’.  So eager to play along, the chances of anyone in the press looking to ask any serious questions over Candidate Obama were remote at best. Given the long laundry list of questions to be asked about Obama, most of […]

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Politico Playback

Here’s the latest from Politico Videos. ~~John Cronin~~ Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Tell a friend

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Rasmussen Reports

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 30% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Thirty-nine percent (39%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -9. Just 41% of voters nationwide now favor the health care reform […]

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Action Needed to Protect Life in Health Care Bill

Here is an email that I received from Charmaine Yoest, President and CEO of Americans United for Life. The vote is scheduled for today, Tuesday, Sept. 29. Sorry for the short notice, but I just got this Monday. ~~John Cronin~~ Tomorrow is an important day in health care reform for pro-life America. The U.S. Senate […]

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Bill Clinton: ’10 won’t be ’94 takeover redux

Bwaa Haa Haa Haa Haa Haa!!!!!! Bill Clinton “doesn’t expect a repeat of the 1994 Republican takeover in next year’s midterm elections.” He didn’t expect it in 1994 either, but he and his party got their clocks cleaned anyway. The Dems didn’t expect the Tea Parties, didn’t expect the reception they got at the Townhall […]

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ACORN Whistle Blower Hannah Giles’ Legal Defense Fund

Hannah Giles, the 20 year old amateur film maker who, along with her friend James O’Keefe, helped bring ACORN down, has established a legal defense fund to protect herself from the spurious and meritless lawsuit filed by ACORN. Hannah saved the American taxpayer upwards of $8.5 billion by taking it upon herself to do what […]

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Cyber Crisis Hits The Mainstream

A short while back, Solid Principles released a special report on ‘Cyber Security’ titled ‘The Slow Road to Cyber Security’.  This report appeared on Episode 9 of the Solid Principles Podcast and also was aired on Federal New Radio WFED AM in Washington D.C. As the ‘The Slow Road to Cyber Security’ reported,   despite numerous governmental attempts at ‘Cyber Reform’, S.773 […]

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