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Romney: “A Better America Begins Tonight!”

Last night, “inevitable” Republican nominee Willard Mitt Romney won primaries in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Minutes after he delivered the following speech, New York was added to his delegate count. “After 43 primaries and caucuses, many long days and … Continue reading

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Where’s the Love?

In the fantasy world the media tries to cultivate, Barack Obama is universally loved. He is the most popular president in modern American history. He is the most “likable” person -ever. Who wouldn’t want to attend a beer summit with … Continue reading

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The Political Bloodbath Resumes…

The disturbing photo on the left is from the motion picture Excalibur and depicts the moment when King Arthur, mortally wounded by Mordred, slays his son/nephew with the sword that was drawn from the stone. It captures in graphic detail … Continue reading

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Does Obama Want Obamacare Struck Down?

It’s a counter-intuitive proposition that demands a suspension of reality and disbelief. The Affordable Care Act was Barack Obama’s signature issue and its enactment would have enshrined him in the Statist Pantheon, with Franklin Roosevelt and his New Deal on … Continue reading

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Palin to Obama: Anytime…Anyplace

President Barack Hussein Obama, in his zeal to be re-elected to the most powerful office in the free world, recently launched a campaign ad attacking a private citizen. Hours before the premiere of HBO’s “Game Change,” the Obama campaign released … Continue reading

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The Country Mouse and the City Mouse

I’m sick and tired of reading posters on conservative websites and hearing from contributors on the cable news channels – including Fox News – pushing the trope that the Republican primary is pretty much over. As they see it,  Mitt … Continue reading

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The Apologist

There has been a lot of grumbling, eye rolling and outright tumult on both sides of the Atlantic over the Quran burnings in Afghanistan and President Obama’s subsequent apology. The reaction from the Afghans themselves has been extreme and utterly undeserving … 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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Keeping the Focus on Obama

If you’re getting discouraged with the Republican primary process, I don’t blame you. Between the candidates ripping each other and the collective Left making sure that every issue gets turned on its head and blamed on either congressional Republicans or … Continue reading

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Camelot Lives!

Just when you thought the Kennedy dynasty had seen its last days in the political realm of Massachusetts, a grandson of the late Robert Kennedy is running for the Bay State’s fourth congressional district – Barney Frank’s soon-to-be vacant House … Continue reading

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