Category Archives: Presidential Race

Time For A New Generation?

By Frank Hyland Every generation firmly believes that, because they’ve got all the answers, it’s time for their predecessors, their elders to step aside and out of the way to make way for them. All the calls for "Change" tell … Continue reading

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Reuters: CAIR Says They ‘Feel Left Out’ of 2008 Election

By Warner Todd Huston Proving once again in good European form that they think nothing American is democratic, good or fair, Reuters gives us a pity party for CAIR who is whining that they "feel left out" of the 2008 … Continue reading

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Energy Morons

By Alan Caruba The ugly little secret of Election 2008 is that it does not matter which candidate becomes your next President because all of them, Democrat and Republican, have energy policies that will keep America moving down the road … Continue reading

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The Nausea Factor

By Alan Caruba There always comes a time at some point in the process by which Americans select the next “leader of the free world” that one experiences the nausea incurred by too much political rhetoric. There is an impolite … Continue reading

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A Primary Caucus Primer

By Nancy Salvato While a great number of people do not see the value in the Electoral College (And "W" Takes the Series), it is possible an even greater number of people don’t fully comprehend how each political party selects … Continue reading

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Poll Numbers Horrid But Dems Stay The Course

By Ken Marrero With Poll numbers showing the Democrat led Congress is enjoying the worst approval numbers since I don’t know when, the Democrat’s strategy to combat this perception in the minds of voters would seem to be – more … Continue reading

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Kiss My Caucus

By Thomas Lindaman January 3rd came and went…and the political world didn’t end! Oh, Joe Biden and Chris Dodd both dropped out of contention for the Democrats after the Iowa Caucuses, but they weren’t exactly lighting up the Democrat side … Continue reading

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Reflections on America’s Past and Future

By Christopher Adamo Perhaps it is overly limiting to discuss the present state of our nation, and thus its prospects for the future, without broadening the topic to include all of Western civilization. Nevertheless, for at least the past century … Continue reading

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Conservative Elites to Christians: Remember Your Place

By Christopher Adamo Thus far in the 2008 presidential campaign cycle, "religion" has played a far bigger role than in any recent elections. This does not necessarily translate to actual issues of importance to one religious constituency or another, but … Continue reading

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Media Fans Flames of GOP Religious Divide

By Warner Todd Huston In an article that is ostensibly supposed to be about the many Iowa homeschoolers that are supporting Mike Huckabee, the Washington Post pins the reason to the fact that homeschooling parents must hate Mormons! This has … Continue reading

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