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My Take on This Day in History

I’m tired of simply copying and pasting long passages from the History.com website – fascinating as most of the tidbits I choose may be. What’s needed here is a dose of Bulldog commentary, the kind that makes the historical tidbit … Continue reading

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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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Meet Professor Derrick Bell

By now you’ve probably viewed the newly-released footage of a young Barack Obama introducing Professor Derrick Bell during a 1991 Harvard protest. If you haven’t seen the footage, then it’s time to get informed. The video shows Obama introducing Bell – … Continue reading

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The Media’s Losing Game

We’ve been subjected to a litany of debates during this primary season and Wednesday night’s contest provided little in the way of further clarity. The American public should have a pretty good idea as to where each of the candidates stands on … Continue reading

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The Face of Middle East Democracy

On January 24, Byron Tau penned a brief “entry” for the Politico’s ongoing “Living Diary of the Obama Presidency.” The short entry follows in its entirety: President Obama cautiously praised the revolutions in the Arab World, but said that their … Continue reading

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When Idiots Finally Locate the Light Switch

David Brooks and a Much-Belated Revelation Conservative life would be boring without the pretentious, pseudo-intellectual prattlings of the NY Times’ token “conservative” and hero of the RINO/Yuppie Douchebag/Subaru-driving/Sunday NY Times-reading/Mochaccino Macciato Latte-sipping/Peggy Noonan is-too-divina demographic of the blue blood strata … Continue reading

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Simon’s Edge™ – Vol. 17

Here is Volume 17 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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Terrorist Teabaggers

A cliche from the Second World War declares: “If you’re not catching flak, you’re not over the target.” Nowhere is this more applicable today than to the one political movement  I am confident future historians will credit for saving this … Continue reading

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