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Chris Christie Runs off at the Mouth (Again)

There has been much discussion regarding Mitt Romney’s “gifts” remark, where he discussed the decades-old strategy of liberal candidates who give voters tons of governmental goodies in exchange for votes. Now, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who earned the ire … Continue reading

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The Key To The Election: Gallup/Rasmussen or The Other Pollsters?

This election actually comes down to one key question: Who’s right about the partisan breakdown of the election? Is it Gallup and Rasmussen that say it leans toward the GOP?

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A Candid Discussion with the Republican Jewish Coalition

Yesterday, we attended an event put on by the Republican Jewish Coalition at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. As Democrats have, historically, been the favored party amongst Jewish voters, a goal of the Republican Jewish Coalition is to reach … Continue reading

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Trump Puts His Money Where His Mouth Is, Calls Obama Out

Real estate mogul Donald Trump has made it clear from day one that he finds something fishy about the constant concealment of President Obama’s past. He has accused him of being foreign-born, and has raised some serious questions about our … Continue reading

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The Most Extraordinary Moment Of the Foreign Policy Debate Was Missed By Most People

There was a moment in the last debate that really stood out because both candidates embraced a rather significant shift in American foreign policy and that shift was driven not by what’s in the best interests of the United States, … Continue reading

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Inspiring Video Illustrates What Makes America so Great

I’m a big believer in learning from other peoples’ experiences. I am not ashamed to say that there is much I do not know, and when someone is willing to teach me a valuable lesson, I listen. America is in … Continue reading

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Forget the Naysayers, Romney Needs to Stay the Course

Recently, the Daily Caller included an article entitled, “Conservatives Warning Mitt He Will Lose if He Doesn’t Change Campaign.” The article outlines perceived weaknesses of the Romney Campaign and suggests changing tactics. While I appreciate the analysis, I will have to … Continue reading

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Define Irony: Bill Maher Loathes the Ignorant Masses He Has Helped Create

On his show Friday, Bill Maher discussed the state of undecided voters and lamented how they, of all people, were the prime targets of political ads and the “deciders” of elections. While Maher is an idiot, let it also be … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Still Sticking to Their Failed Narrative: Blame the YouTube Video, Not Us!

I think it’s fair to say that President Obama must be in some serious trouble if even the liberal mainstream media isn’t buying his lame narrative. Jake Tapper, of ABC’s “This Week,” interviewed United States Ambassador to the United Nations … Continue reading

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A (Belated) Review for Dinesh D’Souza’s 2016: Obama’s America

I finally was able to watch Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary, 2016: Obama’s America! I know, I know, I’m coming late to the party; but though I was late to see it, there are still Tea Partiers out there that have not … Continue reading

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