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Good Start: Indiana to Dump Common Core

March 30, 2014

As it discovers more about Common Core, Indiana will become the first state that adopted the program to dump it after its initial phases are over.  Some believe that this development could start a snowball effect as more states implement the standards this Fall.  We’ll have to see where all this is going. Common Core [...]

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Second-Term Blues For Obama

May 14, 2013

Every President who has been reelected has had a hard time in their second terms.  Some had major scandals, others passed away, others suffered from the public’s fatigue and lame duck status in a way which harmed their legacies.*  No one was immune. Neither is Obama, apparently. Right now Obama’s second-term agenda is slowly disappearing [...]

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Early Pessimism about the New Republican Congress

January 2, 2011

Only two days into 2011 and with two days until the Republicans actually take over the House of Representatives, here’s a story from Fox News that pessimistically poses the Republicans as likely failures:  they won’t get along with Obama;  they will under-deliver on their promised cuts;  they won’t be able to maintain discipline even within [...]

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Is the Left Finally Seeing Obama’s Incompetence?

May 24, 2010

At least Fox News liberal correspondent Kirsten Powers is.  Recently on Fox News opposite the always-pithy Ann Coulter, Powers described the Obama Administration’s response to the BP oil spill as “not about campaign donations” but “about incompetence.” Now, any chance we’ll see similar statements in the State-Run media, such as AP?  Nah… H/T: Gateway Pundit

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A Tale of Two Headlines

April 9, 2010

Finding, consuming, and critically reading news has become far more of a challenge over the past few years.  Take the news of Obama’s Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty Treaty of Surrender to the Russians, and how it will fare in the Senate.  According to the Constitution, all treaties need to be ratified by 2/3 of the [...]

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Drive-By Conservatives Shamelessly Misrepresent Sarah Palin On Stimulus

February 1, 2009

HotAir’s Allahpundit has made it known for quite some time that he is no fan of Sarah Palin.  In the world of political discourse and debate, that is fine.  People can have differing opinions and views on who would make the best candidates (I personally think that Sarah Palin has a great future in the [...]

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Finishing the “Real War” in Iraq

July 17, 2008

There’s this story going around the AP this morning which indicates that some soldiers are longing to go to the “real war” in Afghanistan, as Iraq is becoming the more quiet of the two battlefields lately.  With violence against Coalition troops in Iraq on pace to be the lowest in years and the Dems even [...]

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You Stay Classy MSM

July 12, 2008

All decent human beings are saddened by Tony Snow’s death. Which brings me to the AP and the New York Slimes. On the very day Tony Snow passes away, the AP projected their own failures on to the brilliant and decent man: With a quick-from-the-lip repartee, broadcaster’s good looks and a relentlessly bright outlook — [...]

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