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Jolly in Florida

March 12, 2014

Republican David Jolly defeated Democrat Alex Sink in a special election last night for Florida’s 13th Congressional district.  The district was historically Republican, but voted twice for Obama.  Jolly had a bloody primary battle, was trashed by the Establishment GOP last week, and was pitted against the Democrat machine with a candidate in Sink who [...]

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Obamacare “Death Panel” Faces Increased Democrat Opposition

August 8, 2013

Obamacare’s “Independent Payment Advisory Board,” or IPAB, now has at least 22 high profile Democrats backing its repeal, which now includes Howard Dean who argues that IPAB makes the system more bureaucratic. One doesn’t need a long drawn out excuse to oppose IPAB — it sucks on its own accord. IPAB is a rationing board [...]

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McCaughey: Obamacare is About Funding Democrats

June 20, 2013

Betsy McCaughey, one of the few people on Earth who’s actually read the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (aka Obamacare), wrote this recent article which I believe is worth adding to the echo chamber. Her basic premise is that Obamacare is not about health care (even a synopsis of the bill tells you that), [...]

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Angelo Codevilla Takes on the Republican Establishment

February 23, 2013

On Thursday’s Mark Levin Show, Mark read from an article by Angelo Codevilla during most of his first hour.  The article’s title,”As Country Club Republicans Link Up with the Democratic Ruling Class, Millions of Voters are Orphaned,” only hits the surface of the message Codevilla is trying to convey.  For those who don’t remember, Codevilla [...]

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Robert Byrd, 1917-2010

June 28, 2010

Senator Robert Byrd (Democrat, West Virginia) died today at the age of 92.  He was the longest-serving Senator in the history of our republic, having started his career in the House of Representatives in 1952, followed by his election to the Senate in 1958.  He’d been there ever since.  President Obama said today that Byrd [...]

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Still a Center-Right Nation

August 18, 2009

We can still continue to thank Ronald Reagan for his great success in turning “liberal” into a bad word in American politics.  Not only that, but Reagan’s success in promoting a conservative agenda set the basic political atmosphere we have lived under for nearly three decades. Remember how the Democrats were the Whigs after the [...]

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Colin Powell: Another Whiney RINO

December 13, 2008

Colin Powell is a well-established RINO.  So, I suppose his endorsement of The One last month was just another way for him to demonstrate his Republican credentials, at least according to the tone of this CNN story.  Among other things, Powell takes a swipe at the conservative direction the party needs to go in by picking [...]

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Bailout Fails — What Next?

September 29, 2008

The proposed $700 Billion Bailout failed to pass today, 207 for, 226 against.  In reaction, the DOW dropped 700+ points, before rallying again to around  a 300-point drop for the day, and is now bouncing between a 300 and 600 point drop.  As expected, the majority of conservatives opposed the bill (66 for, 132 against) but [...]

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Ted Stevens Indicted

July 29, 2008

Former Senate Pro-Temp Alaska Senator Ted Stevens (R) was indicted today on seven counts of making false statements about gifts he received from an oil contractor seeking Washington’s help.  It’s evident that from 1999-2006 Stevens was making false statements about this relationship.  The issue is not bribery, however, just an 84 year old forgetting about gifts [...]

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Too Soon for McCain’s Veep Pick?

July 23, 2008

Word leaked out the other day from Robert Novak, that McCain may make public his selection for his Vice Presidential candidate this week.  I believe this would be a bad idea if McCain goes through with it:  he wants to make a choice which counters Obama’s pick to ensure the strongest Republican ticket; with Obama [...]

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New Poll: The Democrat Congress Sucks More Than Ever

July 8, 2008

For the first time in the history of scientific polling, Congress, which happens to be controlled at present by Democrats, has reached a new all-time low of a 9% positive approval rating in the latest Rasmussen poll!  Splitting it up, that’s 2% excellent and 7% good, 36% fair, and 52% poor.  Yet, for some reason on a [...]

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Obama Disses Trinity United Church

May 31, 2008

OK, so there’s this bus that Obama has.  He occasionally throws his Pastor, old friends, and grandmother under it.  This time, he’s announced that he’s altogether leaving the Trinity United Church after sitting in the pews for 20 years… except for the time he got married there and had his kids baptized there as well!  [...]

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Governor David Paterson (D-NY)

March 18, 2008

Again, another high-profile Democrat politician whose potentially clean slate was soiled when New York Governor David Paterson became a bona fide self-professed member of the cheater’s club.  Paterson’s “ick” factor, of course, only increased when “Governor”, ”Days Inn“, and “many affairs” enter into the conversation. AP photo.

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Eliot Spitzer Resigns

March 12, 2008

Finally!  After mulling it over for a few days, facing impeachment charges by the brave Republicans in the NY State Legislature, and realizing two days after everyone else that his political career in New York is over, Client #9 Eliot Spitzer resigned his office today, effective Monday to accommodate a smooth transition. Good.  Spitzer broke [...]

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