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7:38 AM / Saturday January 16, 2021

Commentary

Secession Obsession

November 18, 2012

There’s about to be a whole range of discussions in Washington on ways that we can avoid going off of a fiscal cliff in terms of the Federal Deficit. But if President Barack Obama wanted to, he could help the government solve this problem by honoring the request of the residents of a group of states that…

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Benghazi revelations won’t hurt President Obama

November 2, 2012

It’s clear from the series of emails that the White House was informed that the attack on the American embassy in Libya may have been a planned, organized terrorist attack. President Obama’s critics jumped on this again supposedly as smoking gun proof that the White House…

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All over again

October 28, 2012

It’s Déjà vu. And yes the immortal Yogi Berra would say “all over again.” The hard fought, tersely tight 2012 presidential election looks more and more like a contest that could end with one candidate winning the popular vote while the other wins the electoral vote.

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Insufficient Funds…

October 19, 2012

I was in the Laundromat last weekend looking for something to do when I clicked on the link sent to me by a friend of mine of the fight between Cleveland bus driver Artis Hughes and Shidea Lane, a passenger that was giving him a hard time.

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Okay Everybody… off of the Ledge

October 8, 2012

It was kind of a rough watch if you’re a fan of the President because it seemed to many that he’d rather be on an anniversary date night with his wife Michelle than in Denver. That’s probably why he let Romney get away with hurling the kinds of whoppers that make the heads of fact checkers explode.

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Politically Uncorrected: Candidate Romney

September 29, 2012

This, of course, is no news bulletin. In fact, Romney’s ineptness is a topic that now dominates the political dialogue during the waning days of the 2012 presidential campaign. He has consistently underwhelmed most observers with his political skills.

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GOP tries again to tar Obama as soft on defense

September 24, 2012

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney drew much of the attention and heat for knocking President Obama for allegedly not talking and acting tough enough in response to the Cairo and Libyan embassy attacks. But Romney’s anti-Obama blast was only the tip of the GOP onslaught.

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Wayward Democrats pose danger to President Obama

September 16, 2012

The Democratic Convention was pitch perfect in publicly showcasing Democratic Party unity. Speaker after speaker made the case why President Obama should get a second term. But there is still the nagging worry among Democrats that more than a few Democrats will be MIA from the polls on November 6.

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