Tag Archives: Europe

Word to Obama: You’ll Have to Run on Your Record

It seems our president is slightly confused these days, so I thought it best to try and explain a few things. Mr. President, you will be running a general campaign against one of three Republican candidates who are seeking the … Continue reading

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Clearing the Air on That Church vs. State Thing

There seems to be an agglomeration of confusion, stupidity, misinformation, falsehoods, and the like, concerning religion and its role in government. Before going any further, let us read the First Amendment to the Constitution: Congress shall make no law respecting … 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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Simon’s Edge™ – Vol. 22

Here is Volume 22 of “Simon’s Edge,” previously called “Simon Says Weatherwise & Otherwise,” an out-of-box and alternative collection of news link substantiated intelligence on the subjects of climate, weather, technology, financial investments/commodities, socio-economic and health-related risks, issues, ideas, potential … Continue reading

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Simon’s Edge™ – Vol. 19

Here is Volume 18 of “Simon’s Edge,” previously called “Simon Says Weatherwise & Otherwise,” an out-of-box and alternative collection of news link substantiated intelligence on the subjects of climate, weather, technology, financial investments/commodities, socio-economic and health-related risks, issues, ideas, potential … Continue reading

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Today in History – October 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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Columbus the Great

It’s all the liberal rage these days. Pick out a figure from the annals of Western Civilization – particularly one renowned for his or her contribution to its greatness or, better yet, to the greatness of the pre-Obama United States … Continue reading

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Europe’s Looming Financial Crisis: Is America Next?

Do you remember the Lehman Brothers Disaster of 2008?  No?  It wasn’t some random accident like Mrs. O’ Leary’s cow kicking over a lantern and starting the Great Chicago Fire. Here’s a history lesson, courtesy of The New York Times: … Continue reading

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