Liberals Use Hate to Curtail Free Speech

The shrill cries from the left condemning the “hate” on the right is interesting to watch. First off, by all appearances it appears to manufactured by the left. For example the supposed spitting and racial epitaphs directed toward Congressional members this past weekend appears to be totally without merit. The spitting incident was explained as […]

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Why It Must Be “Repeal And Start Over”

Posted by Erick Erickson Last night Mitch McConnell said the mantra for the GOP in 2010 would be “repeal and replace.” There is a problem with this mantra — some in the Republican caucus actually mean they just want to redo what has been done and substitute some portions. Others want to repeal the whole […]

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Ed Gillespie: Ideology Motivates Obama

By: Ronald Kessler Unlike most politicians, President Obama is an ideologue who sees his presidency as a way to extend government control over Americans’ lives, Ed Gillespie, former counselor to President George W. Bush, tells Newsmax. “I believe that he and the people around him see this as an opportunity to seize control of one […]

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California: An Obituary

By Claude SandroffOnly raw and unrestrained liberalism could have destroyed the world’s 8th-largest economy. Boasting unparalleled assets in agriculture, high technology, entertainment, and tourism, and blessed with ample energy resources, deep-water ports and ideal weather, California has nonetheless managed to turn itself into a perfect dystopia. California’s governor offered this in his last State of […]

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Argentina- A look into our future

The decline of Argentina. Is USA is following the same footsteps? In the early 20th century Argentina was one of the Richest countries in the world. While Great Britain maritime power and it far flung empire had propelled it to a dominate position amongst the worlds industrialized nations. Only the United States challenged Argentina for […]

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It’s Rahm vs. Axelrod, and Rahm Is Winning

In the days of the old Pravda, one could determine who was winning secret Politburo power struggles by just looking at the official Soviet newspaper. Those winning simply got better press.   Perhaps it may be no different here in the United States.   This week two of the heaviest guns in American media, The […]

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