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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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‘Twas Two Days Before the Night Before Christmas

Yesterday, the GOP Elite showed the country what they’re made of,  spines of jello, once again, by caving in and agreeing to the Democrats’ two month extension of the payroll tax cuts, as opposed to holding out for a one-year … Continue reading

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My Proposal for a Constitutional Amendment

One part of the culture of corruption that so dominates the Congress today involves the salaries, benefits, pensions, office, staff and travel expenses and other perquisites enjoyed by Senators and Representatives. It’s a veritable mooch-fest – the gory and budget-busting … Continue reading

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Free Food in Philadelphia

In the aftermath of its sojourn through the Eastern Coast of the United States approximately one month ago, Hurricane Irene left behind an enormous amount of damage from North Carolina to Maine.  According to The New York Times, damage estimates … Continue reading

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Out of Touch and Losing Friends Fast

There has never been a president and his administration more out of touch with the American people than Barack Hussein Obama and his minions. Case in point, as reported at rollcall.com: White House adviser David Plouffe made the rounds on … Continue reading

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Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

The 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, has a problem (just one you ask?):  He’s unloved and in a downward spiral in his presidency that can only be called Jimmy Carter on steroids. Yesterday just … Continue reading

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A Case Study in Denial

Perhaps he perceives the gathering storm clouds as nothing more than an impending political squall – a brief tempest that will pass as quickly as it approaches, with a rainfall that will evaporate faster than you can say Whorehouse Harry … Continue reading

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