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Let Us See The Light

Let Us See The Light

Let Us See The Light

Washington D.C. is a busy place right now, with Obama waging a war on a country (Libya) that was not a direct threat to the US and the Senate and Congress fighting over the budget (Democrats and some Republicans wanting to spend us blind with…

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No Constitutional Rights For Conservatives?

No Constitutional Rights For Conservatives?

Liberals have never been confused as people who respect the Constitution as written, but Sen. Frank Lautenberg has revealed something I was unaware of.

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Crazy Joe Biden:  Another

Crazy Joe Biden: Another “Closeted” Liberal Ruler Exposed

Crazy Joe Biden:  Another “Closeted” Liberal Ruler Exposed

Our nightmares and phobias can be the deadly poisons of the human condition.  They can inhibit your daily life and paralyze production, or the fear can sharpen your sense of well being by giving us an adrenaline rush with the emotional high…

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Future Of The World:Part I

Future Of The World:Part I

No this isn’t a spoof of the Mel Brooks classic, History Of  The World: Part I.  This will be a glimpse into the near future of the world.

I am going to exercise my mystical powers to determine the future of America.  OK, I don’t have mystical powers, I…

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Too Hard On Obama?

Too Hard On Obama?

Events over the last couple of weeks have a number of people, particularly on the Right, asking where is the President on the latest issues.  Obama has been hit hard for his intellectual absence on any number of issues.

What has Obama accomplished while sitting in the Oval Office?  Is…

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The Political Dynamic of Ridicule

Richard Terrell

Ridicule is a fundamental political strategy of people in the leftist culture.

Ironically, the practice of ridicule, which has in view the goal of marginalizing political opponents, exposes the mindlessness and intellectual bankruptcy of those who do it.

Where, for example, in all of the ridicule thrown out…

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More Pearls From Joe Biden

More Pearls From Joe Biden

There are many truths of life, one of those is: If Joe Biden’s lips are moving, he’s putting his foot in his mouth.

The Vice President has been working over-time so much so his tongue is being examined for the possibility of athletes foot.

First there was the Veep on…

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Jihadi Cosmo

Jihadi Cosmo

The muslim world of Jihad has stepped up to the plate for their women.

I’m sure decades of jealously over the West’s magazines such as Cosmopolitan have finally brought about change in the Jihad world.

The new magazine,

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Matty's Corralled Thoughts

Matty’s Corralled Thoughts

The biggest news coming out of Washington today is not America’s response to Egypt, Japan, or the rising gas prices.  It is Obama’s NCAA basketball picks! The president took the safe road by picking all four of the favorites to win their regions (Duke, Kansas, Ohio State, Pittsburg).  The president…

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Young Duds And The Debt

Young Duds And The Debt

There will be no government shutdown for the next three weeks.  John Boehner promised no government shutdown (of course anybody who has played poker knows, don’t show your hand but that is just what Boehner did) and he delivered .  Boehner and company also delivered funding for Obamacare, and funding for…

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Wisconsin Teachers Unions Explained

Wisconsin Teachers Unions Explained

How Teachers Unions Work (In Wisconsin or anywhere else)

Though this video is a little monotonous, it is really worth a good viewing.  The very contradictions that the teachers unions stand for are why their arguments are so ridiculous in the first place.

Here are some of those contradictions

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Obamacare:  Your Action Is Needed Today!

Obamacare: Your Action Is Needed Today!

Obamacare:  Your action is needed today!

November’s election was as much as anything else a mandate to roll back Obamacare.  John Boehner promised to Repeal and Defund Obamacare.  Boehner held up to his promise in so far as Repeal was concerned but we all know that move was symbolic…

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Corruption:  Is Atlas Shrugging?

Corruption: Is Atlas Shrugging?

Corruption:  Is Atlas Shrugging?

Richard Terrell

This morning I overheard a retired physician bitterly remarking about how
complicated billing practices have become in his profession. His conversation was
heavy with a sense of despair and indignation. Yes, the corruption “watchers” are everywhere
today.

I thought, too,…

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Open Season On Christians

Open Season On Christians

It is open season on Christians, but that is not news to Christians.

Christian/Catholics know they are akin to Coyotes, that is to say there is no set hunting season it is always legal to shoot a coyote.

In the Muslim world that is exactly what is happening.  Christians, in…

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The Great Economic Stimulus (Stimubust)

The Great Economic Stimulus (Stimubust)

The Great Economic Stimulus (Stimubust)

It’s been two years since the disastrous passage of the Economic Stimulus package and Obama and the main stream press are still defending it as the single greatest legislation to come from Washington (outside the healthcare law) since Washington was President.

The White House website…

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How Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

How Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

How The Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

This cartoon shows how Unions and Democrats seem to be practicing the art of civil discourse nowadays.

In a new book coming out, Obama says that one of the Tea Party’s

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Selling A Lie

Selling A Lie

News from Wisconsin is flying around like mosquitoes on a hot humid summer day.  This sets up a situation where by the media is King, and as King they get to decide the winners and losers.

Early in the process the public was, and maybe still is, supporting Gov. Scott Walker…

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