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Well, honestly, he didn’t deserve either

President Obama goes from winning the Nobel Peace Prize to being accused of crimes against humanity in just four years.

That’s got to be some kind of record.

Add comment November 10th, 2013

Wisconsin’s Governor Scott Walker is a first-tier candidate for President?

I don’t think the University of Virginia Center for Politics is crazy for ranking Scott Walker as a top-tier Republican candidate for President in 2016.

After all, Governor Walker would make a phenomenal chief executive.

But, as I’ve said before, I think Walker is probably too bland for America’s celebrity-style national politics.

1 comment August 15th, 2013

Why is this “farfetched?”

Farfetched as it may seem, one respected election watcher is rating Gov. Scott Walker the front-runner for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.

via Gov. Scott Walker GOP front-runner for 2016? – JSOnline.

1 comment April 18th, 2013

I thought having the election this year would give me plenty to blog about

But it actually sapped not only my will to blog, but much of my will to live.

1 comment October 17th, 2012

Is it too much to ask for a fair fight?

I know the legacy media is irredeemably biased in favor of Obama, but if the refs in the Superbowl behaved the way the supposedly neutral press has during this Presidential election, the crowd would hang them from the nearest goalpost.

8 comments September 20th, 2012

Spot on

One-Sided Coverage By A Biased Media Does Americans And Our Political System A Disservice. –

11 comments September 11th, 2012

Not sure this line is as clever as you might think

Apparently, John Kerry said

Ask Osama Bin Laden if he’s better off now than he was four years ago.

My guess is Bin Laden’s answer is the same as most Americans. And that answer doesn’t help the President.

3 comments September 6th, 2012

The What-If Game

Is there anyone who doesn’t know what the press would be saying about the economy if John McCain had won the last election?

Add comment September 5th, 2012

NPR shocked me, today

I’m a daily listener to WPR and NPR. I’m used to their subtle and sometimes not-so-subtle liberal bias.

But, generic cialis cialis today, pilule I heard something on Morning Edition that shocked me.

In a news break, Renee Montagne said that the Romney campaign was upset because VP Biden said Romney/Ryan would” unchain Wall Street.”

And she stopped there; leaving the impression that the Republicans were upset that they were caught supporting Wall Street.

But that’s NOT what the Republican’s are upset about.

It was Biden following up the Wall Street comment by telling the largely African-American audience that the Republicans were going to “put you back in chains.”

By leaving out that pertinent fact, Montagne sanitized the ugliness of what Biden said and turned the incident into a de facto smear of Romney & Ryan.

Not cool, Ms. Montagne. Not cool at all.

20 comments August 15th, 2012

I have no idea who to vote for in the Republican primary for Senator, tomorrow

Considering not voting at all since I don’t feel like I can make an informed choice.

3 comments August 13th, 2012

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