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Archive for May, 2010

Rand Paul and Daddy Paul

Ok, calling it Super Tuesday is a bit of an exaggeration. But there were several primaries held across the nation that defined (or left ambiguous) the major players that will be on party tickets come this November. Although only few elections were held, there were some interesting developments and information we can carry into the mid-term elections this Fall. Below, I’ve picked out my Top 5 Races from last night and explain their significance to the national scene.
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Congressman Lamar Smith of Texas hit on my biggest problem with the Obama Administration. America has been suffering causalities at the hands of militant Islam since the 1980’s. These radicals have killed well over 4,000 Americans since they declared war on us.

Yet, today this administration is afraid to offend the enemies. After two minutes of questioning, our nations top lawyer concludes with this sentence:

I certainly think that its possible people who espouse a radical version of Islam have had an ability to have an impact on people like Shahzad

You think?

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Columnist Tom Moran questioned New Jersey Governor Chris Christie about his “controversial tone”.


Music To My Ears
This is what I want to hear from conservative leaders. I don’t want my politician playing both sides of the issue. I don’t want them to worry about reelection. I want them to carry out the will of the people in the best interest of the office.

I agree Governor, it is honest and refreshing.

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Dicken Elementary School, Ann Arbor Michigan

Last week, elementary school principal Mike Madison took a group of students to see a rocket scientist. The problem is that he only allowed African American students to attend the trip. Madison wrote a letter home to parents to defend the field trip for black students only as part of his school’s efforts to close the achievement gap between white and black students.
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Arizona Illegal Immigration Ruckus

With a little help from today’s news, Bill O’reilly and his recurring guest Bernard Goldberg have finally convinced me. I now agree with them that the media is not just biased in opinion, but is corrupt in their tactics and means they will use to push their agenda. If you’ve ever questioned the leanings and power of a “covertly” slanted media, look no further than the past week and a half. The hubbub over the Arizona Illegal Immigration law points to a trend that should frighten even the leftist of left-wingers. I believe the media, working in possible collusion with open-borders proponents and morally confused liberals have engaged in a campaign to blatantly distort, discredit and outright lie about the new Arizona law.
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