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My Hurricane was Mostly a Breeze

August 29, 2011

Hurricane Irene really devastated some areas, but generally not mine.  New Jersey got tons of rain with a few significant gusts.  In my area the worst gusts hit with the sun shining Sunday afternoon, after nearly 2o straight hours of rain. Although the eye came literally within 30 miles from where I live, I never [...]

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Democrat Frank Caprio: Obama, Shove It!

October 25, 2010

The three-way governor’s race in Rhode Island between Democrat Frank Caprio, the lovable college cokehead Independent Lincoln Chafee, and Republican John Robitaille is closer than many thought and just got much more interesting.  Real Clear Politics believes this race is really between Caprio and Chafee.  That being said, Chafee (renowned RINO and former Senate colleague [...]

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Oil Spill: It’s Not Katrina, It’s 9/11!

June 14, 2010

Here’s the latest gem from our increasingly overwhelmed President: “In the same way that our view of our vulnerabilities and our foreign policy was shaped profoundly by 9/11, I think this disaster is going to shape how we think about the environment and energy for many years to come.” Really?  So, this isn’t comparable to [...]

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Tea Parties Vexing the Left’s “Theory of Everything”

May 1, 2010

While it’s kind of a slow news morning, it’s been nonetheless entertaining to see the Right try to paint the massive Gulf Coast oil spill as “Obama’s Katrina” lately.  While fun, it’s probably is not going anywhere given the MSM’s penchant for Obama-worship and their uncanny ability to move on once things don’t comfortably fit [...]

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US Power Vindicated in Haiti

February 1, 2010

What the nation saw after 9/11 and after Katrina, the world got a glimpse of after the Tsunami and the massive quake in Pakistan:  sublime American power in the form of humanitarian aid and money.  Now, a few impoverished and suffering Haitians articulated something we’d never hear from the international Left and the Obama Nation.  [...]

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One Look at the Bush Legacy

June 22, 2008

Finally a journalist who has some sense of historical perspective beyond the contemporary headlines!  Andrew Roberts wrote this article* comparing George W. Bush to another heavily maligned US president in his day, Harry S Truman. I think the comparison may stand in historical perspective.  Harry Truman was deeply disliked by the American people in 1952, blamed for [...]

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