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May 08 2012

Economic Chaos & Strife Lead To Dictatorship

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It is a well established fact of history that broad economic hardship leads to chaos and strife, which leads to mass/mob anger and panic – which can easily lead to brutal dictatorships and  then mass graves. Hard economic times do not have to follow this progression, but brutal regimes do arise from chaos and strife. […]

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May 07 2012

Unemployment Debacle Cannot Be Covered Up By Poor Statistics

One thing that always amazes me with the left is their idiotic drive to believe in a biased number over brutal reality.  Last week the monthly unemployment numbers came out and we are supposedly on a glide path to economic repair because the unemployment rate dropped to 8.1%. The fact is the 8.1% unemployment number […]

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Oct 18 2011

OWS: Ignorant, Spoiled & Lazy

OWS has worn out its welcome. There are ways to send a message and garner support – and Occupy Wall Street has failed to do this right on many fronts. First off, you need to be admirable. Living in squalor for weeks on end is not admirable. When the Tea Party rallies were going on […]

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Apr 08 2011

Shutdown Stupidity – Military Pay or NPR?

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Update: Harry Reid (no doubt with the full support and backing of the WH) has come out and claimed there is no greater priority to the nation than Planned Parenthood. Military pay, secondary. That laundry list of damage President Obama listed last night – secondary. Everything the government does and all the people who work […]

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Apr 04 2011

Ryan’s Budget Plan Will Carry The Day – Democrat Cries Of ‘Imperfection” Will Fail

The GOP finally got smart and let one of its young guns lose as Field General in the all important budget debate. It has become quite clear to America that the economy will never right itself while DC spends massively more than it has AND continues to insert lame public solutions where private industry solutions […]

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Sep 20 2010

Democrats’ False Bravado

One of the wonders of this election cycle is watching Democrats pretend they still have a prayer at the polls. Everyone knows they overstepped with the American people and are going to pay a heavy price for their arrogance. What is stunning is how the DC insiders are just now realizing why you don’t elect […]

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Sep 07 2010

Numerous Polls Predict Huge GOP Gains This November

The first polls of the election season are coming in and the numbers are so bad it might be a good idea to put the left on suicide watch. No one living has ever seen the types of numbers we are seeing in the polls for the midterms (though no one should be surprised by […]

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Sep 02 2010

It’s Going To Be An Amazing November

Update: Pat Caddell adds his voice too: “President Obama’s undoing may be his disingenuousness,” Caddell says. After campaigning for post-partisanship, Obama, he observes, has lurched without pause to the left. “You can’t get this far from what you promised,” Caddell says, “especially when people invest in hope — you must understand that obligation. The killer […]

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Jul 27 2010

Decades Of Economic Hell – Thanks To DC Democrats

The CBO has come out with a bleak report on the nation’s economic future. The headliner is how badly Obamacare bends the cost curve – up! CBO projects that if current laws do not change, federal spending on major mandatory health care programs will grow from roughly 5 percent of GDP today to about 10 […]

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Jul 23 2010

75% Of Americans Reject Liberal/Progressive Economic Policies

Can government save or fix the economy? Or do the busy-bodies in DC do more harm than good? Folks, that is the primary question for this year’s election, and of the decade to come. Democrats have been on a mad, far-left spending spree for two years now, one which is threatening to bankrupt generations to […]

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