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Divide et Impera

As I have written in previous posts, I was born, raised in, and lived for 39 years in Memphis, TN.  I now reside right across the state line (literally) in Southaven, MS, after former Mayor W.W. Herenton told middle class … Continue reading

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Refuting Idiocy – Part 4

I began to dissect the following checklist of Obama accomplishments in Part 1 of this multi-part series. I say “multi-part” because I’m still unsure as to the number of postings it’s going to take to respond to these falsehoods, misrepresentations, … Continue reading

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The Cain Press Conference: Deja Vu, Anyone?

Yesterday, Presidential Hopeful Herman Cain held a press conference to address the barrage of accusations of sexual harassment against him going back to his tenure as President of the National Restaurant Association. Cain denied all of the charges against him.

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Obama: Still a Community Organizer

Last Tuesday, in an interview with ABC’s Jake Tapper, President Barack Hussein Obama had nothing but praise for the astroturfed “Occupy” Protesters, who have not-so-spontaneously popped up across the country, howling against capitalism as they tweet on their I-phones:

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The New Protesters: Loud, Organized…and Hypocritical

Crowds of people are angrily protesting in the streets of our major cities, disrupting traffic and commerce.  Is America reliving the 60s?  As Yogi Berra would say, is it Deja vu…all over again? Is this a true grassroots protest? Or … Continue reading

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Presidential Politics…The Chicago Way

When Barack Hussein Obama moved to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue from the smoke-filled rooms of Chicago, he brought The Windy City’s politics with him. Judicialwatch.org relates a little tale of quid pro quo: In its quest to promote taxpayer-funded entitlement programs, … Continue reading

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Today in History – July 12

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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