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Another Kang vs. Kodos Election?

Have you ever seen The Simpsons episode from the Clinton-Dole era that pitted aliens Kang and Kodos against each other in the Presidential election? As they stand side-by-side on the podium, they inform the crowd that they are doomed, regardless of which candidate they pick. An audience member then says something like, “We could vote for […]

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Can Romney Be Stopped?

With less than a week to go before the South Carolina primary, it looks as though Mitt Romney is poised for another win. If anything is going to change that, it’s going to happen during tonight’s debate. Honestly, I actually think the S.C. debate will only strengthen Romney’s lead. Newt Gingrich has been polling a […]

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Republicans Form A Circular Firing Squad

Could not have said it better myself… We may be witnessing the death of the Republican Party. If so, good riddance!The party apparatus has lied to its faithful for years: The party of small government… the party of freedom… the party that supports the Constitution… the party of the 2nd Amendment… the party of free […]

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Is Police Harassment Becoming the Norm?

Over the weekend, I was walking home from a nearby park. I walked in the grass a few feet from the road, as there was no sidewalk. A police car passed by and I gave a brief smile to acknowledge the officer as he passed. About a minute later, the same officer pulled up and […]

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Ron Paul To Receive Game Changing Endorsement Today

Or so the tweets are saying as much.  Now we all know endorsements aren’t everything, just look at Newt’s Union Leader jinx from N.H.  But if Ron Paul were to receive such a “Game Changer”, this weekend would be the best time for it. According to BuzzFeed.com, South Carolina Senator Tom Davis, a Tea Party […]

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Discovering your Principles: Part Ten

The Principles of Prudent Restraints deal with how much trust one wishes to confer upon their political leaders. In regard to those serving in government, I have long felt that their every action must be open to public scrutiny. But as a general rule I’m not that interested in their personal lives, which I regard […]

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Ron Paul, The GOP Field, Surges & Syntropy

Watching the GOP election cycle, the one word that all of the pundits seem to be using over and over is “surge” – It’s almost ridiculous – its about as bad as the word “historic” being thrown out around the election of Barack Obama – which of course is only really “historic” if you are […]

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Security Advisers of Romney and Gingrich Tied to $40 Billion in Contracts

They say money makes the world go ‘round. Boy, that is certainly the case in Washington. Advisers to Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich have been tied to $40 billion in energy, defense and homeland security contracts. Here are some of the most disturbing “Conflicts of interest”: William Schneider (Gingrich adviser) and Michael Chertoff […]

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Obama’s new czar tied to Occupy, ACORN, MoveOn

Apparently Obama’s newest czar is a long time anti-American activist, which is why Obama gave her such a plum job in the admin. No wonder he made this appointment when there was no one around to contest it – Hell, I would have contested it based on her wardrobe alone – the 80’s called, they […]

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Wayne Arnett for US President!

I couldn’t believe it until I saw it. My older brother is actually on the Arizona State Republican primary ballot as a candidate for US President. I wasn’t half as shocked seeing him on the ballot as I was seeing that he was registered as a Republican. His goal is to get ten votes. But […]

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