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Ann Coulter Shines at CPAC

March 17, 2013

At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland this weekend, conservative and Republican politicians and figures gave rousing speeches in an attempt to regroup and rally the American political right after what has been an awful six months.  I watched as much of it as I could, mostly reruns on C-SPAN though.  It was [...]

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Ann Coulter, Gay Icon

August 11, 2011

GOProud, the gay-conservative interest group, has allowed Ann Coulter to join their Advisory Council as Honorary Chair, earning her the title “Gay Icon” as a result.  To those shocked, here’s Annie C herself answering questions about this development on C-Span last Sunday: How pissed will Libs and MSM-types be about having to refer to Ann [...]

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“Restoring Honor” Rally a Success

August 30, 2010

In case you missed it, Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally in Washington was a complete success, focusing on honoring our troops and their sacrifices as well as focusing on returning to God.  I watched the first hour on C-Span Saturday morning through Sarah Palin’s speech honoring those serving in the military.  She was slated to [...]

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Fool Me 8 Times and What Does that Make Me?

January 6, 2010

Everybody knows that Obama Care is being negotiated behind closed doors at the expense the democratic process.  But the Naked Emperor News was able to dig up eight instances where Obama declared that these debates would, in fact, be publicized, open and even on C-SPAN for all to see.  Here’s a YouTube version: Obviously, the [...]

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Rush at CPAC

March 1, 2009

I was sitting at the car dealership yesterday getting ready to pick up my new sweet ride, when I looked at the clock.  It was 4:40pm and I was going to miss Rush’s speech to CPAC.  Suddenly, the last people in the waiting room left and I decided to fiddle with the TV in order to see [...]

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House Republicans Want a Vote!

August 1, 2008

After the Dems decided to start a five-week vacation, about 40 or so House Republicans, led by Mike Pence, stayed in the House chamber after the Dems adjourned to make a point about the Republican’s determination to get a drilling bill up for a vote.  On her way out San Fran Nan had the lights turned [...]

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