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Obama’s comments about Christianity are a window into his soul

We have heard much outrage about Obama’s remarks yesterday at the National Prayer Breakfast. I have a slightly different take. Here is what he said: So how do we, as people of faith, reconcile these realities — the profound good, … Continue reading

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Democracy is overrated – witness Egypt

This ranks with one of the stupidest things I have seen John McCain do – condemning the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood–led government in Egypt and calling for cutting off aid to the military in that country. The Egyptian military … Continue reading

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I’m through with Marco Rubio

I contributed to Marco Rubio in his run for the Senate in 2010. I loved his speech at last year’s Republican National Convention. I continue to get fundraising letters from him. But this last mailing I got from him, I … Continue reading

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For McCain, political opportunism trumps character in attack on Bachmann

John McCain, last week, took to the floor of the Senate to condemn an investigation by Michele Bachmann and four other members of the House Intelligence Committee: Louie Gohmert, Lynn Westmoreland, Trent Franks, and Thomas Rooney. Here is what he … Continue reading

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Obama double-talk on Egypt

I think it’s nice that Republican leaders are standing behind Pres. Obama as he deals with Egypt. It shows some statesmanship among Republican leaders that we haven’t seen among Democrat leaders when a Republican has been in the White House. … Continue reading

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