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    No, It’s Not Okay if Obama Wins

    by  • August 3, 2012 • Uncategorized

    In an era filled with professional political pundits who at times seem more interested in 1-upping each other rather than genuinely addressing the realities of the day, Matt Lewis has officially taken the cake.  In his column today for the Daily Caller, Lewis explains to us all that it really wouldn’t be that bad to...

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    Time to Panic in Chicago

    by  • July 19, 2012 • Uncategorized

    For weeks now, Obama 2012 has been throwing everything in sight at Mitt Romney in the desperate hope that these efforts could effectively destroy Romney’s viability.  From debunked pro-Obama media charges of rampant outsourcing, to invented outrage over tax returns, and even baseless and reckless cries of ‘Felon!’, the Chicago smear machine has been...

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    Liberal AstroTurf Hecklers

    by  • June 20, 2012 • Uncategorized

    For over 3 years now, the Obama administration and its allies have attempted to boast about the number of “saved or created” jobs they are responsible for.  Today, some evidence of a Team Obama program that actually stimulates job growth came to light courtesy of BuzzFeed.  In this story, McKay Coppins highlights how Obama’s campaign and...

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    Romney HQ Opens in Columbus

    by  • June 10, 2012 • Uncategorized

    Today, the first Ohio headquarters for Mitt Romney’s campaign held its grand opening in Columbus.  The event was a part of today’s “Buckeye Blitz”, with volunteers in all 88 counties going door-to-door to speak with voters.   Even before the official opening time of Noon, the building was packed with supporters as others waited...

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    Kentucky, Arkansas Dems won’t commit to Obama

    by  • May 23, 2012 • Uncategorized

    A couple weeks ago, we told you about President Obama’s problems convincing West Virginia Democrats to vote for him over federal inmate Keith Judd.  Last night the states of Kentucky and Arkansas held Presidential primaries for both parties, and Pres. Obama faced similarly formidable competition.  While Governor Romney was winning more than 2/3rds of the GOP...

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    The Presumptive Nominee’s Problem With the Base

    by  • May 9, 2012 • Uncategorized

    After months of hotly-contested primary contests for the Republican nomination, it is now clear that the election in the fall will be between President Obama and Governor Romney.  But one of the lingering questions that remains from the primaries is how satisfied party members are with their nominee.  There are countless stories being written...

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