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Israeli PM Livni Calls For An Election

October 26, 2008

Barack Obama isn’t the only politician with an unusually strong sense of entitlement.  Tzipi Livni, leader of Israel’s Kadima Party, could probably give Obama a run for his money.  After months of trying to become Israel’s Prime Minister without an election, Livni acknowledged the inevitable and called for the general election she so desperately tried [...]

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Stephen Harper’s Conservatives Win Canadian Election

October 14, 2008

Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party was re-elected in today’s 40th Canadian Federal Election.  Although the election was dominated by other issues, Harper has always been a favorite of this site because of his unabashed conservatism coupled with his steadfast in his support for the United States and the civilized world in the War on Terror. Two [...]

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Reagan Wisdom for Super Tuesday

February 4, 2008

As many of us go to the polls this Tuesday (myself included) to vote for the GOP Presidential Nomination, I want to present two quotes from Ronald Reagan from the 1970s that ring very true today, courtesy of Rush Limbaugh.   I’m impatient with those Republicans who — after the last election — rushed into print [...]

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The Republican Problem

January 22, 2008

The Republican Party over the course of my lifetime has been a source of both hope and frustration.  Hope because it represents the best chance for a return to the ideals of our Constitution, and for advancing the cause of Conservatism.  Even our moderate Presidents have helped to stem the tide of liberalism by blocking [...]

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