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    UPDATED– Mitt Romney: Murderer

    Update by streiff: Politico reports that the woman Romney allegedly murdered in this disgusting video died in 2006. For those of you without a calendar 2006 was the last year of Mitt Romney’s tenure as governor of Massachusetts and over at least four years since he has been affiliated with Bain. Even Politico had to note: “[T]he fairness of this one is open to interpretation.” | Read More »

    Rep. Perlmutter: Obamacare Real Hero in Aurora Tragedy

    Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-Co) held a Facebook teleconference meeting with constituents last night and when the discussion turned towards Obamacare, Perlmutter had an interesting theory on pre-diagnosed conditions of gun shot victims from the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. Via Revealing Politics:

    Sen. Tom Harkin to Release GAO Report on For-Profit College Amidst Looming Questions From His Last One.

    Sen. Tom Harkin will be releasing a report today on For-Profit Education but here’s a spoiler: He’s not a fan. His previous investigation into For-Profit schools resulted in error-ridden reports & accusations of witness tampering. Much of the controversy surrounding that investigation still leaves ample doubt that Harkin is capable of providing an objective assessment of for-profit education. To start with, Harkin had commissioned a | Read More »

    Government Determined to Waste Money on Catfish

    If you don’t remember the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act (FARRM), better known as the Farm Bill, here’s a quick refresher: Put simply, the farm bill is an anathema to free enterprise, limited government, and individual responsibility. The House version (H.R. 6083) authorizes $957 billion in spending over 10 years, 80% of which will go towards food stamps. Despite erroneous claims in the | Read More »

    Bloomberg’s Nanny-State Receives Help from Nanny-International

    Since the shooting in Aurora, Colorado, conservatives have been groaning and rolling our collective eyes at Nanny-in-Chief Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s fresh calls for gun control. This followed our recent groaning and collective eye-rolling at the Big Nanny’s moves to ban the Big Gulp. And our prior groaning and collective eye-rolling at moves to ban smoking in outdoor, public places like parks. We can groan, eye-roll | Read More »

    Putting Students First

    One of the things that we should take from the epic battle in Wisconsin as well as the fundamental changes that are taking place in New Jersey, is that real education reform is no longer a “third rail” political issue. Organizations, governors and activists are taking the issue of education head-on and even the National Education Association (NEA) is learning that their time as the | Read More »

    Obama Campaign Official Sen. Louise Lucas: Romney Campaigning on Racism

    Disagreement continues to be defined as racism by the Democrat party. Speaking on the John Fredericks Morning Show, State Sen. Louise Lucas, part of President Obama’s “Truth Team” and an official member of the campaign, accused Mitt Romney of gearing his campaign in Virginia to “fringe racists” which, one can only assume, is anyone that opposes President Obama.

    A Tale of Two Campaign Ads

    I have a very simple question. Which do you care more about? How Romney’s taxes were filed … … or how your tax money was spent? Decide which one has a greater effect on your life and vote accordingly. Follow @BenHowe

    YouTube & BMG Playing Politics?

    Yesterday I put up a post about the new video from the Romney campaign called “Political Payoffs and Middle Class Layoffs.” Today, YouTube pulled the ad at the request of music giant BMG for a copyright violation. The Romney camp has disputed the copyright claiming fair use since the ad was a commentary specifically involving Obama’s use of that song with those words. For some | Read More »

    Group Exempt from DISCLOSE Requirements Meets with DISCLOSE Lead Sponsor During Vote

    Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse has had a lot to say about money in politics. As lead sponsor of the defeated DISCLOSE Act, he has made a firm stand against the special interests. “The flawed Citizens United decision allows corporations, including international corporations, to use their vast wealth to drown out the voices of the American people…” (“Senators Introduce Constitutional Amendment to Clean Up Campaign Finance System,” | Read More »

    David Brock’s Paranoia Doesn’t Prevent Him From Stalking People

    You may recall a Daily Caller piece from earlier this year that exposed the odd behavior of Media Matters founder David Brock as the reincarnation of Mel Gibson’s character in the 1997 film Conspiracy Theory. As a refresher, here’s a typical day in the life: David Brock was smoking a cigarette on the roof of his Washington, D.C. office one day in the late fall | Read More »

    DISCLOSE Act Up For Vote: Call Your Senator

    Today the Senate will vote on the DISCLOSE act which is the latest Democrat assault on freedom of speech. The opening salvo was the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 — it was amended in 1975, and that amendment created the FEC. Then in 2002 we were introduced to the catastrophic Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 better known as McCain-Feingold which saw a huge | Read More »

    “They Have Not Funded My Campaign, They Will Not Work In My White House …”

    The Romney campaign has a new web video out today slamming President Obama for spending his time rewarding his top donors and lobbyists as the middle class suffers and the Democrats refuse vote in the Senate on over 30 bills that Republicans have passed in the House of Representatives.

    The Most Incredible Movie Trailer I Have Ever Seen

    I am in shock that this is real.  This is the type of insane hero worship we are up against folks.  If we win, there’s going to be fallout.  If we lose, it’ll be worse. Follow @BenHowe

    EPA Crucifier Has a New Gig

    Remember Al Armendariz, the former EPA regional administrator who got busted earlier this year for comparing his efforts to regulate energy companies to crucifixions? Well, surprise surprise. The former employee of an administration that used the pretext of the BP oil spill in the Gulf to clamp down on oil drilling, pursued cap-and-trade and the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, pushed the MACT rule targeting the coal-produced | Read More »