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Rodriguez: Putin Goes In On BBC Reporter! OOPS!


I have always considered Vladimir Putin an interesting man. He speaks his mind, and he does so fearlessly. The other thing that I like about him is that he gives us a view into a different perspective. His is an unfiltered take that is not controlled by the lamestream media! …

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Why Does The Left Hate Ben Carson?


What is it with the left anyway? Why when there are women or minorities running for president on the Republican side do Liberals try their best to tear them down? Politicians understand attacks like these are par for the course. But, why is there such a huge difference between the …

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The Chicago Way: Coming to Missouri?


Missourians, whether part of the political scene or not were shocked by the apparent suicide a few weeks ago of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich. Up until that time, Schweich might have seemed like a guy who was in control. Great family, had sailed easily to re-election last fall, and …

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CPAC and the Ghost of William Buckley


This past weekend, Conservatives gathered in Washington D.C. for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC. It is the yearly pilgrimage of Conservatives from all over the country to mingle, debate, party, and in the case of this year, mull over a pretty extensive slate of possible 2016 presidential …

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Civil Rights: No Israelis Need Apply?

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America has a long history in the struggle for civil rights for all. We have not always lived up to the concept that all men are created equal. We are fortunate that the founding fathers of our nation, in their genius, realized that there needed to be a way for America …

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Not Your Mother’s Girl Scouts


For over one hundred years, Girl Scouts have taught young girls everything from camping and sports to cooking and sewing. They have also always thrown in a healthy mix of an emphasis on self-confidence, making sure that girls know that they can be or do whatever they want in life, …

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Muslim Brotherhood Visits White House

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This past week, 14 Muslim “leaders” met with President Obama. Some of these leaders included a Muslim basketball player and a comedian. Others have very close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. Azhar Azeez, President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), met as well. ISNA was founded in 1981 …

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Does Obama Have a Jewish Problem?

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One of the most traditionally reliable voting blocs for Democrats has been the Jewish vote. More than likely because of a heavy Jewish population in super blue states like New York and New Jersey. In the 2012 presidential election, exit polls showed that President Obama and the Democrats garnered 69% …

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Vito & Vito vs. The Communists


Vito and Vito go after Mayor de Blasio, Obama, and now Raul Castro!   The Communist Party officially is utilizing the Democratic Party. What does that mean!?   The Commies are back! Listen here! [soundcloud url=”″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]

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The Sun is Shining on New York


Governor Cuomo’s State of the State will address his proposal to the New York State Legislature to increase the state’s minimum wage from $8.75 per hour to $10.50 and to $11.50 in New York City.  The proposal will face a challenge from the Republican controlled State Senate. Many conservatives and fiscal …

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[VIDEO] NJ Congressional Candidate Confronts Opponent at Block Party

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The First Congressional District race in New Jersey just heated up a notch over the weekend when Republican Garry Cobb confronted his opponent at a block party and asked him why he wouldn’t agree to a debate. Cobb, who has gained national attention from his recent appearance on Fox News and other major media outlets …

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Top 10 Reasons I’m Not A Republican, Either


Special thanks to Ellysa Maye for the inspiration. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery: #10. The duality of Theodore Roosevelt’s “rugged individualism” and actually being the initiator of progressivism into mainstream politics before the democrats. #9. The 5 1/2 trillion national debt accumulated thus far in 2000 versus the …

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Ugh. The Struggle Of A Purist In November 2014


So today I was scolded a little bit. By my mom. Catching up as we often do, she asked me, “What is happening in the world of politics today?” To which I glibly answered, “Well, we have 43 days until the big election where we will watch the defeat of …

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Former NFL linebacker says LBJ policies hurt black families [WATCH]


Former NFL backer Garry Cobb is running for office in New Jersey’s First Congressional District and is gaining national attention by speaking out boldly on how democratic policies affect African American families. He was on with Fox and Friends this morning: Watch the latest video at CLICK HERE to …

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Coming To America

Children on the border in Texas

Anyone who has followed the chaos on America’s southern border knows that the United States is enduring a slow invasion. That invasion has recently come in the form of unaccompanied children, primarily from Central American countries like Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. They are being sent, so the story goes, …

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Arizona Needs a Conservative Warrior For Governor

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The race for Governor in Arizona is very crowded and beginning to heat up. Of the six candidates, Andrew Thomas has emerged as the leader having gained majority support among the grassroots, conservative base and Tea Party. The polls for the Arizona Governor race have been conflicted to say the …

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Payback Time

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It is turning into one long hot summer for the Obama administration. From chaos on the southern border, to the IRS scandal, to endless end runs around Congress and the rule of law. Americans, from all political stripes, are watching the implosions and asking, just exactly what is going on …

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Show Me Poverty

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  In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson launched his “great society” initiatives. It was a series of domestic policies designed to eradicate poverty and racial injustice. One of the main ideas was to help raise minorities, primarily blacks, out of economic stagnation. Government programs, like food stamps and Head Start, were …

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The New Liberty Lexicon


A short lesson in present day linguistics to assist in navigating the contemporary political landscape. In our societal discourse as of late there have been a few words that have been bandied about with increasing frequency. They’re trigger words employed, ironically, with the purpose of quelling discussion and debate as opposed to stimulating solutions …

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How do we beat the liberals? Cause they are winning.

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I’m a person that doesn’t blindly follow anyone, or any cause. I like to believe that I am a critical thinker, though many would disagree with me. When looking at a situation, I examine the facts and only then form my own opinion. This carries over to most areas of my life, …

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Gay Republicans Confuse the Left

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As Americans move further into the midterm election season, Conservatives of all different stripes have been compelled to toss their hats in the ring and run for office. Every day, the numbers of black Conservatives continues to grow as more and more African Americans come to the realization that the …

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Darn That Elusive Liberty!

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Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton have become multimillionaires many times over thanks to the grievance and victimization industries. They even have their very own television network to perpetuate the idea that it is impossible for black Americans to get ahead and become successful in whatever it is they choose to …

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Full Text: 2014 State Of The Union Address

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As Prepared for ivery – Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, my fellow Americans: Today in America, a teacher spent extra time with a student who needed it, and did her part to lift America’s graduation rate to its highest level in more than three decades. An entrepreneur …

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IRS Back The Hell Up!!


The partisan use of the IRS to tyrannize non-progressive groups continues. Eventually, there will be a ‘hot’ conflict from all this. Progressives, remember this. You started it. Shall we list the groups on the far left that do not qualify for 501 (c)(3) but for some reason are not investigated …

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