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Voter Intimidation Doesn’t Count if You Wanna Kill White Babies

July 7, 2010

At least that’s the message coming out of the Holder Justice Department about the most clear-cut case of voter intimidation since the 1960s!  Have you seen the video from the 2008 Election at a polling place in Philly?  Heck, even I could prosecute that one! Slam dunk case, right?  Well, under Eric Holder’s Justice League, [...]

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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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Obama’s No Lincoln

January 17, 2009

Of course Abraham Lincoln would be very proud that 144 years after his death, a biracial man is to be inaugurated as our 44th President.  Cool.  We get it — Obama has a permanent place in history just by showing up this Tuesday.  But just because Obama’s a tall and lanky orator doesn’t automatically mean he’s Lincoln.  The [...]

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Jesse Helms Remembered

July 7, 2008

It was very difficult writing any post that would push down Catherine Bell from front-and-center, but Marc Thiessen writes an informative piece today putting the late Conservative icon, North Carolinian Senator Jesse Helms (1921-2008), into a meaningful and positive historical context.  He was a Conservative before it was popular even amongst Republicans, and was sometimes the only [...]

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