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A gradual, quiet coup

That’s how Mark Levin described President Obama’s approach to the presidency, underscored by Obama’s comments today in his first official cabinet meeting of the year. As quoted by The Daily Caller, he said: “One of the things I’ll be emphasizing … Continue reading

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The Equality Stamp and the march of Marxism

We’re hearing this from several places now on the left – they are pushing this issue of “income equality,” or simply “equality.” I first noticed this last year when the Post Office issued these four flag stamps. While Liberty, Justice, … Continue reading

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This is the scary thing about what Obama is doing

I continue to contend that the dangerous thing about Obama’s presidency is not that he is grabbing power like a tyrant and abusing it so, but that the country is letting him get away with it. I just had brought … Continue reading

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Why the government is a corruption magnet

Mark Levin keeps making the point that the lying that occurs in the public sector would be severely punished if it occurred in the private sector. If a board of directors, for example, distorted budget figures to try to create … Continue reading

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The debt ceiling negotiations – a mine field for Republicans

I have several blog posts urging John Boehner to stand firm on the budget and leave the government shut down indefinitely, if he has to. But the debt ceiling is a different matter. Here Republicans could be playing with fire. … Continue reading

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Obamacare was passed fraudulently, not fair and square

I love how Obama tries to paint his signature legislation now as being passed fair and square, properly signed by him, and validated by the Supreme Court, so these Tea Party Republicans should just get over it – give up. … Continue reading

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Charlie Rose: a developing idea that the president’s not so good at foreign policy

Rush Limbaugh today commented on Charlie Rose saying, on his PBS show last night, the following: “Two questions about this I’m fascinated by in terms of whether there’s a developing idea that the president’s not so good at foreign policy, … Continue reading

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Obama needs to be memorialized with a new scandal suffix

Ever since Watergate, it has been the practice to name each new scandal with a -gate suffix: Travelgate, Filegate, Thisgate and Thatgate. The reason? Watergate was the benchmark for scandals. However, Obama has broken new ground in scandals, so I … Continue reading

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Obama’s Freudian slip on the IRS scandal

President Obama’s answer when asked about the IRS scandal is most interesting. Fox News reported that he said: “If, in fact, IRS personnel engaged in the kind of practices that had been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, … Continue reading

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What’s the big deal about Kermit Gosnell?

I heard it yesterday on Fox on “The Five” and the night before on Special Report’s All Star Panel – these panels wrestling with the question about why the establishment media isn’t covering Kermit Gosnell’s mass murder trial. But the … Continue reading

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The Democrats Brer Rabbit negotiating strategy on the fiscal cliff

As a Republican, John Boehner scares me when he gets into negotiations with the Democrats. They run circles around him. He acts tough early on in the process, and then he caves and strikes the most horrendous deals. Chris Wallace … Continue reading

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Republicans’ misguided focus on Ambassador Susan Rice

So Susan Rice comes out with a statement defending what she said on the Sunday talk shows on September 16. And it she’s lying. But is this any reason to oppose her nomination as Secretary of State? Here’s what she … Continue reading

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