Archive for August, 2012

Romney’s Big Night- Day 3

August 31, 2012
Clint Speaking at the Convention

This was Mitt Romney’s big night.  We live in an era of celebrities and often we treat our politicians as if they are celebrity.  Obama is the classic celebrity-President, a man who has managed to reach the highest office with the barest of qualifications.  When Obama talked of healing the planet, Romney talked of helping […]

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Posted in Elections, GOP, Republican, Tom Donelson | 12 Comments »

Democrats – The Party of Hate

August 31, 2012
Rachel Maddow

A few months ago, I wrote an article about Harry Stein’s Book, “No Matter What They’ll Call this Book Racist.”  In that book, Harry Stein makes the case that anyone who takes on the race issue is immediately branded a racist by the Liberals in this country.  Well, get ready to start calling me a […]

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Posted in Democrat, Domestic Policy, Frank DeMartini | 10 Comments »

GOP Day 2: Ryan Hits a Home Run!

August 30, 2012
Paul Ryan Last Night at the GOP Convention

Ryan hit a Home Run Last Night with his speech, a searing indictment of the Obama Administration’s failures.  However,  as one pundit observed, without anger but with regrets.  Ann Althouse summed up Ryan’s night when she observed, “Ryan did a brilliant job. It was much more than a fine speech and an excellent delivery.  He […]

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Posted in Elections, GOP, Republican | 1 Comment »

University of Colorado: “Romney Will Win”

August 30, 2012
Who is really ahead?  Both of these commentators disagree . . .

I received an e-mail this morning from a good friend who was kind enough to share a link to the website published by of the University of Colorado at Boulder.  It appears that they have been conducting predictive modeling studies of every US presidential race since 1980.  Rather than stealing their academic thunder, allow me […]

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Posted in Conservative, Craig Covello, Elections | 3 Comments »

The Man in the Moon

August 30, 2012
The Man in the Moon

The moon has always been a source of fascination for us human beings.  In days long past we feared it as it would come and go in our night sky.  We blamed it for bad crops, droughts, disease and we romanticized it in our writings and songs.  As a child I remember looking up at […]

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GOP Rebels Ready for Primetime!

August 29, 2012
The Hero of the Balanced Budget Movement - Scott Walker

There is nothing like spending time in the political wilderness to force a Party to either reinvent itself or simply surrender and imitate its opponents.  Keynote speaker Christ Christie reminded that Republicans have spent the past four years preparing for this moment to provide a true alternative to the ruling class and the leftist drift […]

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Top Ten Reasons Why Mitt Romney Is So Despicable!

August 29, 2012
The King of Top tens - OK maybe he is a liberal?

Much is being said in the media about how Mitt Romney is not “likable”- about how he doesn’t “relate well” to everyday people.  A lot is being written about how his background makes it impossible for him to relate to middle class Americans.  After extensive, intensive, investigative research there is now a Top Ten List […]

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Posted in Elections, GOP, Michael J. Fell | 12 Comments »

On Sending My Husband Into Brothels

August 28, 2012

I’ve been sending my husband into brothels for the past year now. Into girly bars and strip clubs and “massage” parlors, too. And when we got married thirteen years ago, when I wore white and pledged purity, I never expected to find myself at home praying for my spouse’s protection while he texted me about the […]

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The State of the Race by Jay Cost

August 28, 2012
Obama reaching for the Ring!

With just over two months until Election Day, Barack Obama holds a narrow lead over Mitt Romney in the race for the presidency. The lead is shallow, however, and a careful look at the landscape reveals significant weaknesses for the president. The key question remains whether Romney can capitalize on them. President Obama has enjoyed […]

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Posted in Elections, Guest Writer, that and the other thing | 2 Comments »

The Manchurian Candidate, A Tale of Two Movies

August 28, 2012
Frank Sinatra from the original Manchurian Candidate

If you want to know the failure of today’s Hollywood to connect with the general public on so many levels, viewing the updated version of the “The Manchurian Candidate”  and contrast it to the   is a start. While the latest version had many advantages as far as film production is concerned, it lacked the complexity […]

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Feature

Gary Oldman Comes Out Libertarian

In a Playboy interview out this month, Gary Oldman puts political correctness to the test and comes out as a Libertarian.

V.A. Punished Critics on Staff Doctors Assert

The V.A. Scandal is widening. Whistleblower's are now coming out of the woodwork and have suffered as a result. As reported by the NY...