From the daily archives:

Sunday, February 15, 2009

NRO’s Top 25 Conservative Movies

February 15, 2009

National Review Online has created a list of the Top 25 Best Conservative Movies, along with a second list of 25 as honorable mentions.  The movies in both lists are as diverse as can be, ranging from patriotic war flicks such as We Are Soldiers, Heartbreak Ridge, and The Patriot, to the completely politically incorrect [...]

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“Mr. Doom” Gerald Celente, Part II

February 15, 2009

Here I was writing optimistically about the polls and about taking the political fight to our political enemies, when I’m throwing this gloom and doomer at you for a second time!  I don’t buy into all of it because history shows that trends do suddenly end while also changing rapidly from time to time:  they thought in 1946 that a [...]

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A Little Hope for a Change

February 15, 2009

Though only about a month into the Obama Nation, an early political pattern may be developing:  Obama remains popular, but the Congressional Dems are slipping.  On the eve of Election Day, the generic Congressional ballot gave the Dems a six-point lead in Rasmussen’s poll.  Today they only have a one-point lead, a statistical tie and a consistent downward slide since November 4.  [...]

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