Month: September 2010

The Hypocrisy of Progressive Values

Obama’s latest clarion call for a liberal voting dash in November has a new theme – progressive values.  This type of doublespeak is about as mentally taxing as that “Hope and Change” thing.  If someone believes in hope and change, then they should certainly believe in progressive values.  The reality is Obama voters will only read more …

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Renee Ellmers Ground Zero Ad Is A Bomb

Renee Ellmers launched a TV ad campaign today to fight an uphill battle against the Second District North Carolina Congressional Incumbent, Bob Etheridge.   The ad was “controversial” enough to fill a commentary segment of  the Bill O’Reilly show tonight on Fox News.   The spot on the Factor was great free advertising for Ellmers.  However, will read more …

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Obama’s October Surprise: A Nightmare Of A Dream For Illegals

Keeping a consistently wrong stance on matters people don’t want – at the wrong time is Obama’s strong suit. He is pushing to get some sort of illegal immigration policy through the lame duck session of Congress before the November elections take out the trash. One of the ideas is legislation called the DREAM act read more …

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Forget The Calculator, Send The Kids To School With RFID Chips

Of course this is happening in California, first. Preschool kids are going to be tracked via RFID to replace human supervision. Funded by our ever protective government through the money laundering tactic called a federal grant, this RFID chip can detect if a child has eaten. Just how does a location scanner that? Does it read more …

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The Tea Party Responds To NRSC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 14, 2010 CONTACT: Levi Russell at (509) 979-6615 or via email at: Levi@FrontLineStrat.com The Tea Party Express issued the following statement in response to preliminary reports that the National Republican Senatorial Committee would not support their own nominee for U.S. Senate in Delaware: “The National Republican Senatorial Committee has reportedly said they will not support read more …

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