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Ron Paul vs the “Pretty Boys”

September 12, 2011
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Ron Paul vs the “Pretty Boys”

Ron Paul tackles Republican “Pretty Boys” Mitt Romney and Rick Perry in this hilarious ad sponsored by RevolutionPac. After last week’s debate, and this MSNBC poll, the media bias is obvious. Major TV, Web and print (iPad?) news sources continue to ignore Ron Paul’s lead. The New York Times mentioned him halfway down. Jon...

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Pass This Jobs Bill

September 11, 2011
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Pass This Jobs Bill

I missed President Obama’s “jobs speech” the other night. Lucky for me, BuzzFeed summed it up. Pass this bill. Pass this jobs bill. Pass this bill right away. Pass it. Pass this jobs bill. Pass this bill. Pass it right away. Pass this bill. You should pass it. Pass this bill. Pass this jobs...

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Pro-Israel or Pro-Obama?

September 11, 2011
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Pro-Israel or Pro-Obama?

We love this commercial showcasing Barack Obama’s ability to unite democrats and republicans, Jews and supporters, in their pro-Israel beliefs. Republican Bob Turner, Democrat David Weprin, Senator Joe Lieberman and Mayor Ed Koch all agree, President Obama is not pro Israel. You mean his “John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith..” quote...

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Carney Hasn’t Got a Clue

July 27, 2011
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Carney Hasn’t Got a Clue

It’s too bad the media won’t air all ten minutes of this press conference. What I’ve garnered is Jay Carney oblivious Obama’s debt ceiling plan. In fact, his inability to answer such simple questions makes me wonder if we even have a plan. Truth and knowledge should make these questions easy to answer. Why...

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Obama Campaigning From White House?

June 28, 2011
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Obama Campaigning From White House?

Is Barack Obama campaigning for office from the office? According to this video posted on Real Clear Politics, it certainly seems so. So what’s the big deal? FEC campaign finance laws prohibit politicians from filming, promoting or campaigning on government grounds i.e. the White House. While the Obama camp may try to deny any...

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Confirmed: Rep Weiner is a Dick

June 7, 2011
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Confirmed: Rep Weiner is a Dick

The jokes write themselves, but today Rep. Anthony Weiner confirmed the package posted on his “hacked” Twitter is indeed his own. After a week of denial (common with today’s politicians) Weiner came clean, tears and all. Prior to Weiner’s admission, Andrew Breitbart of Big Government and breaker of Weinergate, crashed the conference and set...

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Doing Things Away From Cameras?

February 3, 2011
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Doing Things Away From Cameras?

During campaign season, what did Barack Obama say about transparency in his administration? It seems the Obama administration is anything but transparent. Case in point? Robert Gibbs’ response to a reporter asking about the Egypt crisis. “Some things,” he said, “have to be done away from TV cameras.” Communication during a crisis is one...

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Sen. Schumer’s Three Branches of Government

February 1, 2011
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Sen. Schumer’s Three Branches of Government

Senator Charles E. Schumer is clearly confused about the three branches of government, as demonstrated on CNN‘s “State of the Union.” “We have three branches of government. We have a house, we have a senate, we have a President,” he said. For the record, the three branches of government are the Legislative Branch, the...

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President Obama’s 2011 State of the Union Address

January 26, 2011
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President Obama’s 2011 State of the Union Address

Last night President Barack Obama spoke to the men and women of the 112th Congress in his second State of the Union address. The president, in an attempt to reach across party lines, emphasized the American family, cooperation, working together and moving forward. As to be expected, President Obama also covered education, immigration, infrastructure,...

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Sean Hannity’s Interviews George W. Bush

November 10, 2010
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Sean Hannity’s Interviews George W. Bush

Last night Sean Hannity interviewed former president George W. Bush at his Crawford, Texas ranch about the highs and lows of his presidency. American’s still remember George W. Bush’s response to the news of terrorist attacks on 9/11. President Bush first heard the news while reading to school children in Florida. He didn’t want...

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