Tag Archives: President Barack Obama

Election Day is almost over

It is still too early to claim great gains for conservatives on this Election Day, but there appears to be some reason to feel encouraged. I arrived at my polling place, Precinct 20 in Pinal County, Arizona, around 3 p.m., to … Continue reading

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The hell with hope. Vote for change.

Jed Babbin at The American Spectator writes about unleashing every weapon in the GOP and Tea Party arsenal in the final three weeks before the November 2nd election. With so much at stake for the future of the country, this … Continue reading

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McClung & Kelly campaigns surge as McCain meets the Tea Party

Senator John McCain, already a shoo-in for re-election to his senate seat, redeemed his reputation with Arizona Tea Party members by throwing his considerable political weight behind two unexpectedly strong conservative candidates who are within striking distance of taking two … Continue reading

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An explanation I’m waiting for

My friend Stacy over at The Other McCain wrote this piece about trying to explain what a recession and double-dip recession are to his son during a drive home together. It’s a pretty fair layman’s explanation that delves into the … 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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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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Withdrawing from the mission

Once again, Jed Babbin concisely refutes the President’s victory in Iraq statement in the Loose Cannons section of The American Spectator. The page next turned to will be a chronicle of the waste of America’s soldiers and treasures because leaders … Continue reading

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