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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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Massive, Violent, Racist, TEA Party Protest

Massive, Violent, Racist, TEA Party Protest

On March 23, President Obama signed his Health Care Bill into law. A day later the news was wall to wall with coverage about the hate filled speech and threats against members of Congress. I know it has been a long year of debating health care but I was still left looking for answers on what was now actually law. I would have liked to hear more about the government taking over the student loan program or the Ready Reserve Corps. Why does that stuff have to be apart of Health Care Reform? (more…)

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Every so often, we will post a few op-ed pieces from newspapers, mainstream websites, or elsewhere from the blogosphere:  (more…)

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A bunch of gems over the past week for our general amusement.  First, Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Penn.) and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) appeared together on a Philly radio station last week for our entertainment. During the town hall meetings last year Specter left with a few gems of video clips. He’s back at it again telling Bachmann to act like a lady. Where is his mind? 1952…

This past weekend White House press secretary Robert Gibbs appeared on “Fox News Sunday”, he defended the decision to read alleged bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab his Miranda rights after just 50 minutes of interrogation. He claimed that valuable information was gathered by the experienced investigators. I will give him the benefit of the doubt and not argue the whole Miranda rights issue here. All I want to do is point out that the Director of National Intelligence, Dennis Blair was not even made aware of the decision. (more…)

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A few times per week, around noon time Every so often, we will post a few op-ed pieces from newspapers, mainstream websites, or elsewhere from the blogosphere: (more…)

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A few times per week, around noon time we will post a few op-ed pieces from newspapers, mainstream websites, or elsewhere from the blogosphere:  (more…)

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A few times per week, around noon time we will post a few op-ed pieces from newspapers, mainstream websites, or elsewhere from the blogosphere: (more…)

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kidsH1N1On October 24, 2009, President Obama signed a proclamation declaring the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic a National Emergency to facilitate our ability to respond to the pandemic. This will give The US Department of Health and Human Services the ability to waive legal requirements that could otherwise limit the ability of our nation’s health care system to respond to the surge of patients.
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Im just a bill.

Im just a bill.

As the health care debate rages on at Capitol Hill and the Baucus Bill continues its way through the legislative process, the American people are still on hold waiting to see if their coverage will ever improve.  The Washington Post and ABC News released their latest poll this week and it shows improving numbers for Democratic health care initiatives.  According to the Washington Post/ABC News poll, 57% support a public option being added to the Baucus Bill, while 40% disapprove.  This is a 2% increase from last month, but still a 5% decrease from its highest numbers in June.   But here begins where the poll numbers become interesting…  (more…)

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reagan_chesterfield_adOne of the most debated articles in the conservative interwebs over the last week was an article written by Steven F. Hayward for the Washington Post this past Sunday.  Mr. Hayward is a research scholar for the conservative  think tank, American Enterprise Institute.  His article questioned if the conservative movement has gone brain dead – citing different examples from the current breed of conservative “leaders” compared to their forefathers. Party elites, intellects, contributors“regular folk” populists and grass roots have been debating the merits of this column.  Personally, I find this essay interesting but not necessarily correct in its assessment of the current state of conservatism. (more…)

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