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    Disaster Relief

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    The Man Without A Mandate

    The Man Without A Mandate

    Barack Obama is trying to do something no president has ever done: get re-elected without winning the national popular vote. If he were to somehow succeed at this, he would be the weakest elected president since Rutherford B. Hayes, and the lamest lame duck in American history. Since popular vote totals were first recorded in 1824, four presidents have been elected while losing the popular | Read More »

    Cheap Tricks and One Night Stands

    If you needed further proof about just how much the President has cheapened the Presidency, consider his latest ad, which not only compares voting for him for the first time to losing virginity, but also ridicules those who might not want to lose their virginity to just any politician. This is the peer group peer pressure people across the political aisle have complained about in | Read More »

    “Your First Time”

    "Your First Time"

    There seems to be no low to which President Obama will sink in his desperate attempt to win reelection.  One has to wonder, is there any point at which the main stream media and the public get some self-respect and toss out this loser?  First he asked for your wedding gifts, then your yard sales and now he has asked for your daughters. Just in | Read More »

    Obama’s Failed Targeted Killing Program


    Far from being effective, the Obama regime’s program of targeted killings by US drones is a disaster in the making.

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    Cyberattacks Target Oil in the Middle East

    According to an article in The New York Times, on August 15 of this year a successful cyberattack struck Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national oil company and the world’s largest oil producer. The virus-based attack wiped the hard drives of 30,000 personal computers, three-fourths of the company’s internal network, replacing data files with the image of a burning American flag. Damage was limited to the corporate | Read More »

    Barack Obama’s Potemkin Bipartisanship

    Barack Obama's Potemkin Bipartisanship

    One of the major reasons why Mitt Romney was able to make such rapid inroads against Barack Obama in their first debate, and why poll after poll shows that independent voters have turned decisively against Obama, is that Romney was able to lay bare the hollowness of Obama’s claims to bipartisanship. And given the Obama record of the past four years, there is no reason | Read More »

    BinderGate

    In the aftermath of the second town-hall style Presidential debate, Democrats pounced on a statement made by Governor Romney concerning a question about equal pay for women in the workplace.  His explanation of how his administration worked with women’s groups included recounting that the women’s groups brought them “binders full of women.”  The statement exploded immediately, with those on the left painting the Governor as | Read More »

    Obama’s Hubris Will be His Undoing

    Barack Obama has lost North Carolina and Florida. His ground game is at near parity in early voting with the GOP, the GOP is more energized, and he is going to lose both. But he will not stop spending money in those two states and redirect the resources to Ohio, which is now a must win state for him. He will not do it because | Read More »

    Mene, Mene, Tekel, Parsin

    Mene, Mene, Tekel, Parsin

    The whole time during the last Presidential debate, Mitt Romney looked like the incumbent and Barack Obama looked like a challenger trying to keep it together. More specifically, Barack Obama, when he made eye contact, looked like he was seeing and invisible hand writing “Mene, Mene, Tekel, Parsin” on the wall behind Bob Schieffer. This was a man who knows the gig is almost up. | Read More »

    Obama Contemplates Arming Syrian Rebels. What Could Go Wrong?


    The Obama regime is contemplating arming the Syrian rebels. Based on their track record what could possibly go wrong?

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    Easy Come, Easy Go? Unions’ Suit to Kill Indiana’s Right-to-Work Law Moves Forward

    Just as many Hoosiers  get used to the idea of not being forced to pay union dues as a condition of employment under Indiana’s new Right-to-Work law, according to a Circuit Court Judge, a suit filed by the United Steelworkers to strike down the new law can move forward. Until earlier this year, Indiana workers who went to work at a unionized company could be | Read More »

    Obama Wins Debate And It Shows In The Polls


    The preliminary results are in and Barack Obama’s debate performance Tuesday night is apparent in the polls.

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    At Best a Fleeting Tie for Obama. The Reality is a Cancer on His Campaign

    At Best a Fleeting Tie for Obama.  The Reality is a Cancer on His Campaign

    I think Mitt Romney won the debate, but not by much. He flubbed a few good opportunities to really score decisive blows on the President, but definitely drew more blood. The CNN polling and CBS News polling confirm it. While more thought Barack Obama won the debate, largely because his last performance was so bad, clear majorities outside the margin of error thought Mitt Romney | Read More »

    Romney vs Obama, Round II

    Realistically, very few presidential debates have the kind of clear-cut winner that the first Romney-Obama debate did. It’s more productive to look at what each candidate came looking to accomplish. Romney: Romney came in tonight with three main goals. One, he wanted to repeat his strong showing from the first debate. He did that – he was vigorous, authoritative, and came across as the same | Read More »