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Religion in Politics and the Election of 2008

September 24, 2008

Despite the so-called “Wall of Separation” between Church and State, religion always plays a part in our nation’s politics, as many issues stem from people’s view of the world, which is often formed in large part by faith.  Religions faith touches the core of a human being;  it is a way of looking at the world, and [...]

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Palin Does Well — ABC Misfires

September 12, 2008

I had taped Sarah Palin’s interview with Charlie Gibson last night, and didn’t watch it until much later in the evening.  I had already read various opinions on blogs and news outlets, so I was intrigued at what I would find.  I thought that Gov. Palin did well for her first national interview.  She appeared [...]

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Obama’s Media Darlings to Follow Him on Trip

July 18, 2008

As if there was any doubt about the MSM’s Big Three network’s bias towards Barack Obama, this removes all suggestion to the contrary.  Charlie Gibson, Brian Williams, and Katie Couric are all going along on the trip!  John McCain’s been to Iraq three times since campaigning began last year (that sound you hear is crickets), and eight [...]

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Debating the Debate in Philly

April 17, 2008

The Democrat debate last night in Philadelphia was the closest the Dems will ever get to the kinds of questions Fox News would have given them in this election cycle  — addressing issues of character, history, and other vetting issues.  Charlie Gibson and George Stephanopolous are feeling the pain for going against the MSM’s Leftist talking-points [...]

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