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Americans Robbed of over Ten Percent of Their Wealth Since the Recession

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Over and above taxes and other scams, how were Americans robbed? By the Federal Reserve through inflation. Let me preface this by saying I have never been a Glenn Beck fan. I only saw this because of a link on

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Eric Holder’s Replacement: Janet Napolitano?

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As we all know, the Obama Administration is now looking for Eric Holder’s replacement. I originally thought that the best thing about the replacement would be that he or she will only be in office for a couple of years.

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Witness: Hillary Clinton Staff Tampered with Benghazi Evidence

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It will surprise no one that Hillary Clinton’s staff tampered with Benghazi evidence. What is more surprising is that a former State Department official witnessed it and is willing to talk about it. The witness is former Deputy Assistant Secretary

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Senate and Barack Obama Transform Federal Appeals Court

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Back when Harry Reid invoked “the nuclear option” and made it easy to confirm judges to the Federal appeals court by a simple majority in the Senate, I hoped that this would backfire on him. It still might. But I

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The Romney Hillary Race: Not Winnable for Republicans

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Maybe I am over-interpreting, but it seems like the Weekly Standard is hoping for a Romney Hillary race. If I am right, I don’t think they show they understand much about how races are won. (If that statement seems arrogant

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Rand Paul vs Hillary Clinton on War and National Security

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Before it was Rand Paul vs Hillary Clinton it was Barack Obama vs Hillary Clinton. Obama called Clinton out as a warmonger. He criticized her for voting to invade Iraq. It is easy to forget, but the Nobel Peace Prize

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Rick Perry Puts Out Most Brilliant Political Ad Ever

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Why do I think Rick Perry has done brilliant work in response to the charges brought against him? Let’s think about it. Advertising costs money. The only exception is the occasional viral video or link, but you can’t just make

Posted in 2016 Election, Email Featured, Politics

Liberals Defend Rick Perry from Contrived Charges

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Rick Perry has been indicted on charges that could mean the rest of his life in prison. But even liberals are finding the indictment so frivolous that they can’t bring themselves to support it. As Colin Campbell wrote for Business

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Justin Amash to GOP Establishment: Glad We Could Hand You Another Defeat

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OK, I’m slightly exaggerating to say that Justin Amash said it to the entire GOP establishment. He was speaking specifically to a retired congressman, Pete Hoekstra, who backed his opponent in the primary. Hoekstra lost the 2012 gubernatorial primary and

Posted in 2014 Election, 2016 Election, Big Brother, Corruption, Foreign Policy, National Security, War

Ben Carson on Foreign Policy: Not Credible

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Ben Carson is a doctor. He has zero experience with foreign affairs. This does not make it wrong for him to speak on foreign affairs. It simply means he has to present clear and cogent arguments. He can’t tell us

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In Praise of the Republican Party Establishment

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Friends, Americans, patriots — lend me your ears. For once I come not to bury the Republican Party Establishment but to praise it. That’s right, it is I, a man who has been excommunicated so many times by the GOP

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Rand Paul vs Rick Perry on Foreign Policy: A 2016 Preview

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There is no debate we’re a country in transition. The only debate is what we’re actually transitioning to, and whether we’ll be better or worse as a people for it. Such transitions challenge trusted traditions to prove they’re still relevant.

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