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Some see GOP voting tsunami coming

  By: Paul Bedard Democrats more than Republicans are getting their most loyal supporters to vote early, but with polls showing a close race among those who have voted so far, concerns are being raised about a GOP tsunami on the actual Election Day, next Tuesday. According to a GOP analysis of early voting and […]

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Obama spinning toward a loss

By A.B. Stoddard   President Obama is losing. So says the latest Gallup poll, and so do those swelling numbers in key states like Wisconsin, Florida, Virginia and Ohio.   Democrats say wait, he won the second debate. They are holding their breath, hoping polls next week will show that this week’s debate brought the […]

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The Wit and Wisdom of P.J. O’Rourke

Anyway, no drug, not even alcohol, causes the fundamental ills of society. If we’re looking for the source of our troubles, we shouldn’t test people for drugs, we should test them for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power. P. J. O’Rourke The Democrats are the party that says government will make you smarter, taller, […]

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Is Romney Taking On Balboa Debate Preparation?

While appearing on MSNBC, David Axelrod made an off the cuff remark about Mitt Romney’s preparedness for the upcoming Presidential Debates.  “The invasion of Normandy took less preparation than he’s putting into these debates” Even Christi Parsons of the LA Times is noticing, and issued an article titled ‘Obama getting less debate practice than Romney‘.  In a virtual excuse laded piece, Obama’s schedule and his […]

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Will Powerful Media Re-Elect Obama, Subverting Will Of The People?

  IBD Editorial  Media Bias: The major media in past elections have veiled their pro-Democrat bias. But in this race they’ve become so militant there’s a real risk the election may be rigged for President Obama. NBC launched its coverage of the GOP convention by essentially accusing Mitt Romney and the GOP of having a […]

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Obama, Messiah No More

It has become fashionable to label president Obama, the once and future messiah, now a “loser” and describe his erstwhile disciples “disillusioned.” Every day brings another report of demoralized Obama acolytes discovering the allure of agnosticism. Denial before the cock crows, a la Peter in the Gospels, will be next.   Historians the likes of […]

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Former SNL Comedian Jon Lovitz unloads on Obama’s tax policies

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Insert the Gingrich Tiger Eyed Lawsuit

  TMZ REPORTS: Newt Gingrich is being sued by the company which owns the rights to the 1982 song, “Eye of the Tiger” — claiming Newt had no right to use it as part of his campaign.  As predicted: When It Comes to Music, Republican Candidates Can’t Get Enough ‘Cease-and-Desist’ by Solid Principles “Political activism within […]

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The Prospect of Puerto Rico as the 51st State?

Puerto Rican Governor Luis Fortuño appearing at the 2011 CPAC Convention. GOP Presidential candidates Romney & Gingrich appeared today at the Hispanic Leadership Network (HLN), and both expressed support for the concept of a plebiscite addressing Puerto Rican Statehood. It was Romney however that supported an outcome to that of Statehood for Puerto Rico. “… […]

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ROAD TO 2012: Can Gingrich Make it Last?

Welcome to another ‘Road to 2012’ – what Pundits overlook, and what we notice South Carolina: While Newt did take the win, South Carolina also opens itself up to newer scrutiny.  Unlike the New Hampshire where unregistered/independents made up 47% of the vote, the open Primary allowed registered Democrats and Independents to vote in GOP field. […]

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