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The Essence of Conservatism

We can spend all day discussing the esoteric aspects of the political school of thought generally referred to as “conservatism,” including its origins with Edmund Burke and its steady propagation and promotion in the past hundred years by the likes … Continue reading

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Where’s the Love?

In the fantasy world the media tries to cultivate, Barack Obama is universally loved. He is the most popular president in modern American history. He is the most “likable” person -ever. Who wouldn’t want to attend a beer summit with … Continue reading

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Hunger Games: Where Progressives Want To Take Us

I saw the much-anticipated and highly touted debut of The Hunger Games this weekend and found the movie to be apropos given the current political climate. The Games, which raked in a record-breaking $214 million between the U.S. and Canada, has made for interesting discussion – … Continue reading

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The Country Mouse and the City Mouse

I’m sick and tired of reading posters on conservative websites and hearing from contributors on the cable news channels – including Fox News – pushing the trope that the Republican primary is pretty much over. As they see it,  Mitt … Continue reading

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The Biggest Useful Idiot of Them All

I happened to run across a web video yesterday featuring the infamous movie director and leftist, Michael Moore. Needing a good laugh and the opportunity for writing material, I gave it a listen. Nicholas Ballasy of the Daily Caller had … Continue reading

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Santorum Surges: Will Rickmentum Continue?

Going into last night’s trifecta of caucuses in Colorado, Minnesota, and Missouri, Mitt “The Legacy” Romney had already been declared the presumptive Republican nominee by his conservative-website-invading horde of obnoxious paid and unpaid posters. Which was remarkable in itself, considering … Continue reading

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Following Through On Rhetoric

Love him or hate him – Mitt Romney talks a good political ballgame. He’s become the consummate campaigner and knows how to deliver a pretty good victory speech at this point. He’s comfortable in front of large crowds, microphones and … Continue reading

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The Stench of Hypocrisy is Strong in This One

As anyone not living under a rock knows by now, this past Saturday witnessed the heartbreaking spectacle of Herman Cain announcing that he was suspending his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in the wake of a sustained and highly … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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