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Obama says NO to son playing football

In a recent interview with the New Yorker, President Obama said he would not let his son play pro football. Of course he wouldn’t! If Obama had a son he would probably look like Pajama Boy. Advertisements

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Pelosi says Congress will be more bipartisan with Dem majority

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi must have been trying out her Tina Fey routine last week when she said in all seriousness, “Elect us, hold us accountable, and make a judgment and then go from there. But I do tell you … Continue reading

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God and Santa Claus

With the 2008 presidential election coming to an end, I thought it might be a good time to remind voters the difference between Republicans and Democrats as defined by the eloquent and eminent P.J. O’Rourke. “I have only one firm belief … Continue reading

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Liberal outrage: A pro-McCain-Palin march in Manhattan

It’s so difficult to reach across the aisle to shake hands with a middle finger. This does put the so-called “Republican outrage” in a different perspective.

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Republican Rage? What do you call this?

As the mainstream media, who are clearly in bed with Obama, harangue their readers with how deranged Republicans have become, they miserably fail to point out the viciousness of the left-wing liberals towards McCain and Palin. Michele Malkin shows us … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Americas

“John Edwards was right! says Michelle Malkin. “There are two Americas.” Last night in Denver, Michelle Obama decribed America as a place of hope, a place where people come together during the course of “improbable journeys…where the current of history … Continue reading

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Liberalism vs Conservatism

“As the 2008 campaign gets under way, it is critical for Americans — and especially for conservatives — to understand what this campaign is — and is not – about,” writes Jeffrey Lord in the American Spectator. In October 1964, … Continue reading

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