Category Archives: Presidential Campaign

The Show Me State Showed Me- Part 1

The Eagle Forum’s annual Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Luncheon honoring Phyllis Schlafly, one of the true pioneers of the conservative movement, also featured Senator Rick Santorum, the real conservative choice for President in 2012. Senator Santorum’s refreshingly blunt, straightforward message absolutely … Continue reading

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Is it Time For Republicans to Give Up the Fight over the Fiscal Cliff?

In the 5 weeks since the re-election of Barack Obama as president there has been a astonishing resurgence in the president’s popularity among the American people.  Since election day, when Obama’s general popularity numbers were hovering around 50% in the … Continue reading

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America Commits Suicide

This article “The End of an Empire“ from the Canada Free Press clearly articulates my innermost feelings about what happened to America on November 6, 2012. An ignorant, brainwashed, selfish, electorate who believed the lies, smears and racial divisiveness of a … Continue reading

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Is Obama Deliberately Trying to Weaken America?

  The most recent cover of Newsweek features an article entitled “Hit the Road, Barack – Why We Need a New President”.  Considering that Newsweek is an established member of the liberal mainstream media, it is a truly startling and … Continue reading

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CONSERVATIVES—BEWARE OF THE ‘CONSERVATIVE MAJORITY FUND!’ AD AGAINST OBAMA

What has come over Senators Coburn and Young? Am I the only conservative who is suspicious of the ‘Conservative Majority Fund’s’ persuasive TV ad urging us to sign the petition to keep Obama off all state presidential ballots and forcing … Continue reading

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Obama’s War on the Catholic Church

The Evils of ObamaCare Begin to Emerge This past week, President Obama decided to throw down the gauntlet and challenge the Catholic Church with a set of new regulations regarding what Catholic Institutions must provide to their employees.  Included in … Continue reading

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THE ELECTION IS ABOUT MORE THAN JOBS

What if the Economy should improve between now and November? All of the Republicans and Obama agree that jobs need to be created. They just differ on HOW to create the jobs—the private sector or the government. If per chance … Continue reading

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GOP Bloodbath Leading to Obama’s Re-election?

Republican Candidates are Turning out to be Obama’s best asset! This presidential campaign is the most disappointing since McCain became the GOP nominee in 2008. Hardcore conservatives do not have an acceptable candidate in the race, but reality dictates that … Continue reading

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Governor Perry and the Republican Nomination

Is He Finished as a Candidate for President or Can He Come Back? Governor Perry announced his intention to run for the Republican nomination for president on Saturday, August 13, 2012 in Charleston, South Carolina.  His announcement was hailed as … Continue reading

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Illegal Aliens Collect Billions from the IRS Every Year

Nearly one half of all Americans pay no income tax at all each year.  Most of us have learned that fact recently through the extensive debt ceiling debate and the debate over just how much the “rich” should be paying … Continue reading

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