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Axis of Right Radio, Show #6, 5/19/2010

May 19, 2010

Episode #6 of Axis of Right Radio is now available. In this episode, Mike, Ryan, and Sal discuss the British Election, the economic situation in Greece and how it foreshadows our own economic problems, the nomination of Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court, and the new Arizona Immigration law. As promised in the podcast, [...]

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Margaret Thatcher on the Gap Between Rich and Poor

August 22, 2009

I’ve always wondered why liberals were fascinated with the gap between rich and poor as a measure of prosperity.  On its face, such a measure is nothing more than comparing apples to oranges.  Every logical person knows that a more accurate method of measuring prosperity within an income bracket is to compare that income bracket’s [...]

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The Full Extent of the British Snub

March 20, 2009

The full extent of the Obama Administration snub of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has fully come to light with an article in today’s U.K. Telegraph.  While much criticism had been heaped upon Obama administration surrounding his seemingly thoughtless gift of 25 DVDs of American Movie Classics, it is reported that Brown was genuinely moved [...]

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Gordon Brown Appeases Labour, For Now

September 23, 2008

Gordon Brown addressed the annual Labour Party Conference earlier today (or yesterday if you’re over there) and even though he delivered an OK speech, the Conservatives should be very happy when reading between the lines. Badly trailing the Conservatives for about a year now, it is hardly news when Brown attacks David Cameron as inexperienced. [...]

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Update: William Hague Video

January 27, 2008

I posted this a few days ago but I know some of you had trouble with the Sky video so here is the Youtube version. Youtube video Hat tip: RedState

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