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Benghazi: Not Going Away

May 8, 2013

No one should be surprised that the Benghazi scandal dominates the headlines once again, this time with whistle-blowers.  The Obama Administration has stone-walled, subverted, intimidated, and just plain lied about that they knew and when they knew it. The outrage isn’t new and isn’t going away.  This isn’t Watergate or Iran-Contra or Zippergate.  Four people [...]

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Walter Cronkite Dies at 92

July 18, 2009

Deemed “the most trusted man in America,” CBS-TV journalist icon Walter Cronkite died yesterday at the age of 92.  His long and storied career in journalism spanned from World War II though the 1980s.  As a relatively new medium with only a few channels, Cronkite’s presence on the tube when JFK, MLK, and RFK were assassinated, after [...]

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Obama’s Opting out of Public Funds

June 19, 2008

Obama on “FOX News Sunday,” April 27, 2008, discussing the issue public financing: Obama today.  He does this kind of thing a lot. This makes Obama and Richard Nixon the only two Presidential candidates since Watergate to fund their campaigns totally with unlimited private funds.  Economically, it’s a smart move by Obama, but politically it is a very [...]

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