Monthly Archives: May 2012

Mitt Romney clinches GOP presidential nod

  Mitt Romney’s long and arduous path to the Republican presidential nomination is officially over. By: Ginger Gibson With a victory in Texas on Tuesday night, Mitt Romney secured the necessary delegates to clinch the Republican nomination that will be awarded in Tampa this summer.   “This was a big day by the way – […]

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Politico Playback Featuring Obama and Romney

It’s been almost a year since I have reposted a Politco Playback video. I had almost forgotten how much fun they can be! ~~John Cronin~~ Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Tell a friend

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The real meaning of Memorial Day

Memorial Day has come to signify the start of summer for many Americans and is often celebrated with cookouts, family get-togethers, road races and concerts. But the real meaning of Memorial Day has, for too many Americans, gotten lost in holiday hoopla.   Memorial Day was created as an occasion to honor those who have […]

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Political Cartoons: Michael Ramirez

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It can start like an ordinary cold

It can start like an ordinary cold – stuffy nose, cough and sneezing. Then the body aches start, your fever starts rising, and you feel exhausted. You’ve probably got the flu. However, the thought lingers in your mind: Are these indications that you have caught the ordinary, run-of-the-mill influenza bug, or are they signs and […]

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Both Campaigns Seize on Romney’s Years at Bain

By:  Ashley Parker New York Times   Mitt Romney’s campaign sees the time he spent at Bain Capital, the private equity firm he co-founded and ran for more than a decade, as a positive experience that highlights his leadership skills and his ability to turn around companies and create jobs. President Obama’s campaign, meanwhile, views […]

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Show Up Obama’s Ignorance on Profit’s Role in a Free Economy

By: Keith Riler THE AMERICAN THINKER Barack Obama is out knocking Mitt Romney’s “profit maximizing” experience as irrelevant to the job of President and bad for individuals and communities. This line of thinking is sufficiently ignorant and incompetent so as to automatically disqualify Obama from the job he seeks. Profit maximizing, at the national level, […]

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Republicans look to bury Obama on coal issues

By BOB KING and ERICA MARTINSON  Anger over coal helped an imprisoned felon defeat President Barack Obama this month in several West Virginia counties. Now Republicans hope Mitt Romney can squeeze an electoral diamond out of coal country in battleground states such as Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania. The GOP has stoked the fires by accusing […]

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Obama’s Marriage ‘Evolution’ Poll Problem

Bad press and falling support may cause panic for the reelection campaign.   By: Michael Barone The National Review Is it panic time at Obama headquarters in Chicago? You might get that impression from watching events — and the polls — over the past few weeks.   In matchups against Mitt Romney, the president is […]

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Gingrich saves barbs for Obama, not Romney

Here’s a brief excerpt from an article in the Rome (Georgia) News Tribune that I thought our readers would enjoy….. ~~John Cronin~~   by Associated Press Gingrich said the former Massachusetts governor’s critics ask if Romney is conservative. “I stare at them for a second and I say, ‘Compared to Barack Obama?’ I mean, let’s […]

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