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26 September, 2011, 7:41 pm

At the beginning of the presidential election year 1980, there was an outcry from Governor Ronald Reagan's supporters right after his unexpected loss in the Iowa caucuses to former CIA director George H. W. Bush, who was considered a liberal (or former one), and at that time, a pro-abortion supporter, and a privileged blue-blood Rockefeller Republican.
These conservative Reagan supporters were concerned that some of Reagan's top campaign people from the ranks of the Republican establishment  --  such as campaign manager John Sears  --  were cramping Reagan's style.  Because Reagan was so far ahead in the national polls, Sears decided that the campaign would conduct an "above the fray" strategy.  Sears had Reagan avoid some of the debates...

20 September, 2011, 11:18 am

This former Navy enlisted man  --  before entering West Point to become an Army officer and Vietnam War veteran  --  is getting a little suspicious about non-veteran Barack Obama using Medal of Honor ceremonies around the time he is hitting record-low disapproval rating marks.  Such hugely-publicized ceremonies don't hurt as he faces his up-hill reelection battle.  Obama's Medal of Honor ceremonies remind me of the shenanigans which Bill Clinton pulled when he got into trouble, which occurred with great frequency, during his presidency.

A major motion picture came out during Bill Clinton's presidency starring big Hollywood stars Robert DiNero and Dustin Hoffman named "Wag the Dog."  Clinton had a habit of starting a little war somewhere in the...

16 September, 2011, 12:29 pm

It is hard to believe, but we increasingly have two separate Americas.  Many liberals have their "government knows best" and "America is bad" positions and the rest of Americans believe in America's exceptionalism. Tomorrow, many liberals will "celebrate" something socialists, communists and anarchists around the world call a "Day of Rage".  They want to fight "market dictatorship."  They want an end to capitalism and the free enterprise system in America and around the world.  In America, they will "take to the streets"  and protest at Wall Street in New York City.

On the other hand, many other Americans...

14 September, 2011, 5:19 pm

The devastating news that Barack Obama and his party lost a huge special election Tuesday night  --  in the staunch Democrat congressional district of the disgraced Anthony Weiner  --  effectively ends the presidency of Obama.  Even in what is probably the most ineffective United States Senate in American history  --  controlled by Harry Reid's Democrats  --  nothing of import will be passed by that chamber.
Some Democrats deserted Democrat candidate David Weprin before the election such as former New York City mayor Ed Koch.  He endorsed last night's Republican winner,...

29 August, 2011, 12:49 pm

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19 August, 2011, 5:45 pm

The left-wing establishment in the Democrat Party and their sycophants in the mainstream news media have delighted in attacking the new front-runner in the Republican presidential candidate field, Texas Governor Rick Perry.  Their crocodile tears over his statement last Sunday in New Hampshire that the easy money policies of the small majority of the Federal Reserve Board members  --  most especially Chairman Ben Bernanke  --  are "almost treasonous," are evident to the American people.  Perry's statement is not much worse than Barack Obama inflating the number of states to 57.
The benefit to the...

15 August, 2011, 7:58 pm

Charles Krauthammer is right.  It indeed is going to be a President Perry or a President Bachmann or a President Romney or a reelected Obama in January 2013.  Most of the television political gurus, including Krauthammer, think it is going to be either Rick Perry or Michele Bachmann fighting it out in "Round One" for the social conservative/Tea Party vote and the right to face Mitt Romney in "Round Two."   Wrong!

Unfortunately, Krauthammer from his East coast perch  --  like many of the East Coast establishment media elite  --  disparages the state of Texas (which represents fly-over country,) as...

15 August, 2011, 12:37 pm

You would have a hard time coming by this information if you were waiting for the mainstream media to let you in on it, but according to the latest Gallup poll, Barack Obama's public approval rating has dropped to it's lowest point in his presidency, with just 39% of Americans approval of his job performance.

Even Gallup has soft-pedaled the poll results, by only posting a graph on their website, and not adding the usual article, headline, or pointing out the "news" that their poll made.

For that, we have to go to the LA Times: