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Obama Losing Millennials

December 4, 2013

The latest Harvard youth poll showed that the most hopey-changey age demographic in America is having a change of heart.  The 18-29 year-old demographic observed in the survey showed only 41% approve of the President’s job performance at present — an 11-point drop since April. This could be important.  The President’s demonstrable actions will not [...]

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Vets Move “Barrycades” to the White House

October 13, 2013

Driven by the Obama Administration’s punitive liberalism which targeted World War II veterans early in the government shutdown, the so-called “Million Vet March” earlier today saw US veterans take some of those infamous “barrycades” parked out front of certain memorials, pick them up, and literally carry some of them all the way to the White [...]

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Obamacare: Not Third World, I Suppose

March 22, 2013

I love the kinds of things that sometimes come from government functionaries.  Take this gem from the man in charge of technology in those exciting new hopenchange Obamacare exchanges: “The time for debating about the size of text on the screen or the color or is it a world-class user experience, that’s what we used [...]

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Democrats Dodging the Big Question

September 3, 2012

The big question any incumbent President needs to have the people answer if he seeks reelection is:  are you better off than you were four years ago? In 2004 answering that question was complicated.  9/11 changed things, Bush kept us safe at home, and subsequently won that argument. 2012 yields a complicated answer too.  Are [...]

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