Archive for March, 2012

Romney’s Next Big Crisis

March 30, 2012

Mitt Romney may be consolidating his lead over Rick Santorum in the race to secure the GOP nomination picking up an endorsement from Marco Rubio on Wednesday night and from members of the Bush family. But the Republican presidential hopeful is facing a new and potentially very serious crisis in his campaign. The former Massachusetts governor’s most serious […]

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Posted in Elections, GOP, that and the other thing | No Comments »

“Hunger Games” – A Lesson in Totalitarianism

March 30, 2012
Hunger Games Totalitarianism

Imagine a time when people all work for the State and have been split into designated districts representing certain industries.  Imagine a time when The State controls all we see and do.  Imagine a time when hope is dribbled out in small doses so that the masses don’t get too much of it.  Imagine a […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Entertainment, Frank DeMartini | 32 Comments »

Reflections of a Trip To New York

March 29, 2012
The 9/11 Memorial

These are reflections of a recent trip to New York around Saint Patrick Day.) Twice, terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, the second being the attack on 9/11 but often forgotten is the first that occurred on February 26, 1993.  That attack killed 6 people and injuring a thousand more when an explosion erupted in […]

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Obama Hot Mic Gaffe: A Political Shout-Out?

March 28, 2012

Obama whisper to Medvedev causes a righteous roar The blog-o-sphere is all a twitter over Barack Obama’s latest gaffe: the hot mic whisper to Dmitry Medvedev, wherein the Commander in Chief of the United States seems to have some nefarious conspiracy brewing with the President of the Russian Federation. Obama: “On all these issues, but […]

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Blowing a War or Two

March 27, 2012
President Obama's Only Foreign Policy Success

When History is finally written about the Obama Administration, it may record how a President managed to lose two wars after inheriting one winning war and a strategy to win the other.  Obama has one accomplishment, killing Osama Bin Laden but that will be forgotten as American soldiers pull out amidst two countries in crisis […]

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Posted in Foreign Policy, Tom Donelson | 1 Comment »

Hunger Games and John Carter – A Tale of Two Trajectories

March 26, 2012
hunger games john carter

The news is in – Lion’s Gate’s Hunger Games brought in a whopping $155m at the domestic box office in this, its debut weekend, making it the third highest opening weekend ever, just behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($168M), and The Dark Knight (158M).  Hunger Games is clearly every bit the […]

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Posted in Entertainment, Michael D. Sellers | 7 Comments »

Current State of the Race V

March 26, 2012
2012 GOP Candidates

It’s almost half time in the race to to be the GOP nominee… here is the current state of the race. Governor Mitt Romney Mitt Romney came in first in one election (Illinois) and second in another (Louisiana); however, he came in first total delegates for the week.  He is 576 delegates away from the […]

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Posted in Democrat, Domestic Policy, Economy, Elections, Foreign Policy, GOP, Republican, Tim Ross, Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

Multiculturalism’s Big Lie

March 25, 2012
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If you ever hear the promoters of liberal multiculturalism in the Los Angeles area talk, they promote two ideas that one would seem to contradict their very core. These two ideas are communism and getting Hispanics to retain their “native” Spanish language. In the multi-culturalist’s mind the rationale of their argument in support of these […]

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Posted in Ari David, Domestic Policy | 5 Comments »

What does Happily Ever After Mean Today

March 25, 2012
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  What does Happily Ever After look like in this day and age? In 1931 it looked like a house with a white picket fence, 2.5 kids and a dog. Has this quaint image been replaced with a doorman, a condo on the 22nd floor and a single child with a weekend vacation house? Has […]

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Endgame in War on Religion? Government Monopoly

March 24, 2012

When I was in fourth grade, Sister Assumpta Maria told us about the children who lived behind the Iron Curtain. The Communist government turned little boys away from God by having teachers tell them, “Ask Jesus for a fire truck.” After the boy prayed and the fire truck failed to materialize, the teacher would say, […]

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