Monthly Archives: September 2010

Ruth McClung, the rocket scientist who can oust a traitor

Tea Party candidate Ruth McClung is on the cusp of pulling off a real November surprise for the Democrats and progressives ensconced in Washington, D.C. In Arizona Congressional District 7, McClung is polling a mere seven points behind the schnook … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert: The Congress and the jester

Stephen Colbert, the conservative comedic news commentary guy from the Comedy Channel’s Colbert Report made a mockery of the United States Congress. During contrived testimony before a House immigration subcommittee most people never knew existed, Colbert departed from his prepared … Continue reading

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Dave’s Contract With Congress a better alternative to the Contract From America

Over the past year the Contract From America has gotten little attention and is pretty much viewed by voters as not worth the paper to print it. An alternative is Dave’s Contract with Congress that has real teeth and could … Continue reading

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Indiana Rep. Mike Pence, a politician for the future

Rep. Mike Pence of Indiana, chairman of the House Republican Conference, gave a speech Monday at Hillsdale College on the topic of “The Presidency.” The American Spectator’s editors thought the entire speech worth reading. I had the pleasure of meeting … Continue reading

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A straight talker and a blithering buffoon

The more I hear from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, the more I like the guy. Christie in 2012? Bill Maher on the other hand, makes waste of the air he breathes every time he opens his mouth to speak.

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Perspectives and contrasts

“We all had that one moment in our lives,”  David C. Dolby said about his fellow Medal of Honor awardees. Dolby got his medal for actions during one of his five tours of duty in Vietnam. He died in August. An American … Continue reading

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It’s not real holy Holy Ground after all

Jed Babbin looks at the conflict between America and Islam nine years after the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.  It’s a frank examination of the motives of Imam Feisal Rauf and President Barack Obama at play in the Cordoba … Continue reading

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