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    Republicans and Democrats have the same problem… sort of.

    Both parties have communications problems. Republicans need to learn from Democrats.

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    Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp on military voters

    In an interview today more reminscent of a conversation with your next-door neighbor,Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp talked about military voters and Georgia’s recent legislative changes regarding military voters and their accessibility to the election processes. Military voters have had difficult times voting in local and national elections simply because of time and distance. While many states have been dragging their feet on compliance | Read More »

    With Threats of Lame Duck session shenanigans looming, new strategy required.

    It seems every day another congressional leader from the left side of the aisle makes ominous rumblings about just what they could get done in a lame duck session of Congress during the month of December. This is more of the nasty side of DC politics and liberals typically write their own rulebooks when denied the chance to do things by normal and proper processes. This | Read More »

    So You Wanta Work for the Clintons…

    James McDougal died on this day not so many years ago..it reminds me of… well, alot. Just a quick refresher course lest we forget what has happened to many “friends” of the Clintons 1-James McDougal – Clinton ‘s convicted Whitewater partner died of an apparent heart attack, while in solitary confinement. He was a key witness in Ken Starr’s investigation. 2 -Mary Mahoney – A | Read More »

    Getting to the Pot of Gold

    Let’s put politics and economy behind us for a few hours, and concentrate on some winning strategies for success… Getting to the Pot of Gold Posted on July 17, 2010 by biznesscoach (I AM the Business Coach)  Everyone has heard the story about the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and more than a few of us have actually wished we could find it. | Read More »

    The Daily Rant July 8, 2010

    In an effort to consolidate  my reposting (with comments) of news articles I am attempting to put them all in one daily Blog post which will make for easier reading. Starting tomorrow I will add three additional sections: (1) The Daily Radical, which will profile an administration radical leftist, (2) The Daily RINO, which will profile a liberal in elephant’s clothing, and (3) The Daily Patriot, | Read More »

    Understanding Cap & Trade

    Today we find Obama pushing Cap & Trade legislation and calling it the new economic foundation of our country. Let’s explore that for a minute with an ear bent toward echoes of his promises before his first day in office. Obama promised to “fundamentally change” America. His first year in office has truly been evidence of that with massive government power grabs, a takeover of | Read More »

    Horse Pucky

    In this post, I intend to deal with the deceptions, inaccuracies and outright lies of the president’s speech last night as well as comment on other items of note. Today’s offering contains many links to references that I am using to support my comments and accusations. I am doing my best to avoid conjecture or to parrot conservative talking points. I hope you enjoy it… | Read More »

    Boiling a Frog

    Most have heard the story about how if you were to put a frog in a pan of water and slowly increase the heat that the frog would sit there and take it until the water boiled. Once that happened the frog would have long since lost the capacity to escape. Supposedly the amphibian accepts the small temperature changes and really doesn’t sense the danger until it | Read More »

    Garbage In, Garbage Out

    My nine year old daughter came home yesterday with a stark reminder as to why we have to fight today’s educators as hard as we fight the politicians. It seemed that the teacher was intent on giving them a taste of next year’s history lessons and touched on the Civil War. Oh boy, one of my favorites. I asked her what the cause of the | Read More »