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Kill ’em in public, save ’em in private

What a contrast to the almost college-party atmosphere that surrounded the signing of the health care reform bill. Festivity surrounds the enactment of a rotten bill that among other things provides for abortion. Closed doors and no ceremonies accompany an act that saves babies. Continue reading

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It is all about distrust

The entire government is meant to be at odds with itself – with a certain amount of distrust and perhaps hostility –in order to protect the Republic which it serves. Continue reading

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We Don’t Want You To Fix It

I think Americans – from both parties as the poll shows – are finally waking up that government is not the answer. Continue reading

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Thanks Dan Brown

By repeatedly issuing statements and holding seminars, Evangelical Christians gave DaVinci Code author Dan Brown a tremendous amount of free advertizing for what was a mediocre movie at best. By railing and decrying the Tim Tebow commercial, liberal women’s groups … Continue reading

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What the Conservatives must overcome

Senator Chris Dodd (D) of Connecticut announced today that he will not run for reelection.  Despite the joyful news of getting rid of one of the country’s most corrupt Senators, the GOP needs to be careful in their response. Democrats … Continue reading

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