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The Ultimate Opportunist

President Barack Obama has been an absolute no-show on the issue of Syria and if you were holding your breath in anticipation of White House action, you’ve probably blacked out by now. In 2011, the administration was fist-pumping over the … Continue reading

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Barack Obama: The Great Uniter?

Do you remember when Barack Hussein Obama was running for president in 2007?  He was positioned by his handlers and the Main Stream Media as “The Great Uniter.”  He was going to bring us all together as one nation…under him. … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Conclusion

The Dominoes Fall Will the Obama campaign succeed in achieving its strategic objectives and win in November? It will depend entirely on Mitt Romney, who must likewise achieve three objectives if he is to prevail: (1) choose a stalwartly conservative … Continue reading

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A Debatable Weekend

This past weekend, Americans had two opportunities to see the Republican field of candidates for nomination being grilled by Liberals. Why does the G.O.P. subject themselves to that?  If they went in to the debates expecting objectivity, I need to … Continue reading

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The Electoral Landscape in 2012 – Part 6

Political Sturm und Electoral Drang As I pen this analysis (a quaint expression: very few writers actually use a pen and paper these days), the odds of Mitt Romney becoming the GOP nominee are increasing steadily and strongly. According to … Continue reading

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Gadhafi’s Gone. The Muslim Brotherhood Remains.

When President Ronald Reagan passed away in 2004, newsmax.comreported the following story: Moammar Gadhafi expressed regret Sunday that President Ronald Reagan died before standing trial for 1986 American air strikes that killed the Libyan leader’s adopted daughter [some say his … Continue reading

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What if They Held a Primary and Nobody Showed Up?

Let’s say you’re the Democratic Party.  The president whom you thought was going to make the oceans rise and fall, can’t  seem to muster the leadership ability to handle the daily duties of the office.  What do you do?  Do … Continue reading

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Of Sacrifices and Apologies

The oath to be taken by the president on first entering office is specified in Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution. It reads as follows: I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of … 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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