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By the Endorsements Ye Shall Know Them

An endorsement – especially one that comes from a person or an organization that is well-known and respected for integrity – is a powerful campaign boost for any candidate who seeks public office. It is a seal of approval that … Continue reading

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Negroes With Guns

It’s an intentionally jarring lede insofar as it employs a descriptive term that has long since fallen out of everyday use in a society that now, ironically, winces under the crack of the PC whip. Leave it to Ann Coulter … Continue reading

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Mitt the Ken Doll Strikes Again

The more I see and hear of Mitt Romney, the more convinced I am that, had he been in office at the time, he could have been the archetype for the character of New York City Mayor Randall M. Winston, … Continue reading

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