Monthly Archives: December 2011

Some advice for Republicans in the House

I created a post last Friday in which I said, “Get ready for Republicans to cave on Keystone pipeline.” And it certainly looks like I analyzed it correctly. And now, after correctly predicting the linguini-spined response of Republicans, I have … Continue reading

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Matt Salmon or Kirk Adams for Congress?

I got a letter yesterday from former State Senator Russell Pearce asking me to donate to the Matt Salmon campaign. Matt Salmon is a candidate for the┬áRepublican nomination for Congress from Arizona’s sixth district, a seat currently held by Jeff … Continue reading

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Get ready for Republicans to cave on Keystone Pipeline

It nearly drives me crazy, to see this wimpiness in our Republican leaders in Congress, this snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, but we’ve seen it time after time and I sense it about to happen again. The Democrats … Continue reading

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Michele Bachmann correct in her jab at Newt

In Saturday night’s debate, Michele Bachmann accused Newt Gingrich of having once supported a cap-and-trade program to address “global warming” concerns. Newt then accused her of not getting her facts straight again. But she was correct, and I don’t believe … Continue reading

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Michele Bachmann’s “slip-up” on the embassy in Iran

It was widely reported last week that Michele Bachmann had made some reference to her idea that the United States shouldn’t have an embassy in Iran, as if she didn’t know that the United States hasn’t had an embassy in … Continue reading

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Problems for Newt

Yesterday on Fox News Sunday there were a couple of bombs lobbed at the Gingrich campaign. I hope thinking Republicans will take note. Gingrich may, in fact, in spite of his recognized brilliance as a debater, be the weakest possible … Continue reading

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How Obamacare death panels will operate

A little over a week ago, Mark Levin took a call on his radio show from Jeff from Chicago. Jeff is a neurosurgeon who had just returned from a meeting in Washington, DC, where fellow members of the American Association … Continue reading

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