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Surefire Strategy for Taking Back Congress in 2014
Apr17

Surefire Strategy for Taking Back Congress in 2014

The dissolution of the nuclear family has long been one of the primary goals of the Left, and they’ve done a magnificent job of it. It’s one of the few things they’ve done well, in fact. The emotional vulnerability of lonely divorcées, unaware that they’ve been the victims of the cultural Marxism pushed by the Democratic Party, have allowed them to be targeted by that very party for their votes. And not just...

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Polls Show Most Americans Saying No to Re-Electing GOP Incumbents
Apr14

Polls Show Most Americans Saying No to Re-Electing GOP Incumbents

In the 2010 mid-term elections, a number of Washington incumbents were replaced with a class of new politicians.  If the latest Rasmussen Report is accurate, this year’s mid-term election may result in a more dramatic replacement of the current members of Congress. Republicans are hoping to maintain control of the House and regain control of the Senate, but the reality may not be so rosy.  A recent poll indicated that 59% of...

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Obamacare Exchange Voter Registration Cards Pre-Marked Democratic Party
Apr01

Obamacare Exchange Voter Registration Cards Pre-Marked Democratic Party

According to Brian Cook, who is with Medicare and Medicaid Services, all of the health exchanges are required to offer voter registration in compliance with the 1993 National Voter Registration Act.  But that doesn’t mean that when healthcare enrollees receive their voter registration applications that they are automatically marked as Democrats. Covered California had not automatically sent out voter registration cards to all of their...

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Increased Minimum Wage to Cause Layoffs and Higher Prices for Goods
Mar22

Increased Minimum Wage to Cause Layoffs and Higher Prices for Goods

Over the past couple of months, a number of articles have been written about the dangers of raising the minimum wage as high as the Democrats are pushing for.  It seems that the Democrats are planning on using the minimum wage, immigration reform and income inequality as their campaign platforms in this year’s midterm elections. If a recent report is accurate, I recommend that Republicans also use minimum wage as part of their...

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Axelrod Explains Democrat’s Defeat In FL Election
Mar13

Axelrod Explains Democrat’s Defeat In FL Election

On Tuesday Florida held a special election to fill the seat left by Republican Rep. C. W. Young when he died of colon cancer this past October. The choices to replace him were Republican David Jolly and Democrat Alex Sink. Sink was sunk, but not by much. Much of the campaigning on Jolly’s part revolved around attacking Obamacare, so it’s logical to believe his victory was given him due to his voters’ displeasure with...

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Anti-Obamacare Republican David Jolly Wins Florida Special Election for House Seat
Mar12

Anti-Obamacare Republican David Jolly Wins Florida Special Election for House Seat

Charles William Young, better known to many as Bill Young was first elected to the US House of Representatives in 1971, where he represented the people of the sunshine state of Florida.  At the beginning of last October, Young was admitted to Walter Reed Hospital suffering from a broken hip and fractured pelvis.  Young also suffered from a blood cancer concentrated in the bone marrow that caused his bones to become very brittle, which...

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