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Fed Up Veteran Has Had Enough of Obama

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Dateline Saturday, October 20, 2012 – Portland, Oregon:  (language warning) While out canvassing with the Oregon TEA Party for a local conservative candidate, I run across a veteran who has had enough of President Obama. He’s got a stickered up truck that says it all. While I might not agree with the civility or tone […]

Open Thread – Live Blogging The Ryan Biden VP Debate HERE

Ok, what political junkie isn’t looking forward to the debate tonight between Vice President Joe Biden and Paul Ryan? Comments welcome during the debate! I’ll be providing commentary and observation as well in the comment section. Just to whet your whistle a bit regarding some of the expected themes of the debate tonight, focusing on […]

Red Lobster, Olive Garden Testing Program Where Even Fewer Workers Are Full Time Due To ObamaCare | Right Wing News

In case you missed this earlier this week: Who would have seen this coming? Legislation has consequences out in the Real World (Washington Times) The owner of Olive Garden and Red Lobster restaurants is putting more workers on part-time status in a test aimed at limiting costs from President Obama’s health care law. Darden Restaurants […]

There Are Two Paths

There Are Two Paths

My friend Ben Howe hits it out of the park again.

In the words of Andrew Breitbart, “There are two paths,” which we must choose between in this election.

Which path will we choose? Will we choose individual freedom and the free market? Or will we choose socialism and a culture that expects government to take care of it? These are not pastel colors or shades of gray. These are two distinctly different choices with two distinct destinations.

ObamaCare Reg Redefining “Full Time Worker” a Subtle Nod to Unions, Communists | All American Blogger

Yesterday the IRS and the Health and Human Services Department released new regulations relating to the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare or the White House Health Care Tax. The regulations redefine what a full time worker is: An employee is a variable hour employee if, based on the facts and circumstances at the […]

CCO Meeting Tonight – Obamacare comes to Oregon

CCO Meeting Tonight – Obamacare comes to Oregon

What do you know about CCOs? Coordinated Care Organizations. There’s a meeting tonight from 6:30-8:00 at the Salem Public Library about them. Take a listen: I Spy Minute Thurs Sept 13 2012 Or read the transcript, below… #       #       # Tonight, from 6:30 to 8:00 at the Salem Public Library, the Marion-Polk Chapter of Americans […]

Just A Friendly Reminder Of Your President’s Past Associations

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Remember when John McCain, running for President in 2008 against Barack Obama, decreed that talking about Obama’s past influences was verboten and not important to the election? Remember when the legacy media declared that vetting a poorly known and poorly understood candidate was racist? Well, this is a different election. As Breitbart.com has so aptly […]

Romney Acquits Himself Well Against David Gregory

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Mitt Romney appeared on Meet The Press on Sunday, September 9 with David Gregory. Perhaps the biggest headline was that he took Congressional Republicans to task for not holding the line in the debt ceiling negotiations in 2011. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Transcript: >> i spent time […]

This Week Is The DNC’s Turn To Reveal Their Campaign Themes | FreedomWorks

Via freedomworks.org » Submitted On Wed, 09/05/2012 – 2:23pm by Jeff Reynolds Last week, blogging from Tampa, I outlined the clear themes that emerged for the Romney campaign. This week, viewing from home, it has already become clear after the first day of the Democrat National Convention which themes they will promote to reelect Barack […]

The Latest Lie From The Democrats, Dutifully Repeated ad Nauseum By Legacy Media Hacks

The following panicked email was just sent by the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee: How do we know it’s time for Republicans to move on?  Because according to CBS News, they’ve now spent $50 million in taxpayer money on 33 separate votes to repeal the President’s health care law – with absolutely nothing to show for […]

Obamacare: Don’t Get Mad, Get To Work.

We took a beating.  Now it’s time to give as good as we’ve gotten, and more! Yates Walker warns at the Daily Caller: Some pundits are drawing comparisons between our current political climate and that of America just before the civil war. They’re wrong. This isn’t 1859. It’s 1775. A government is a reflection of […]

Obamatax and July 4

This Wednesday, it’s July 4th and 236 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Solomon wrote: There is nothing new under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9).  Although I can’t imagine our forefathers would have stood for being taxed on what they didn’t buy. That’s gotta be new. Take a listen: I Spy Minute Mon […]

Obama Lied About Obamacare Tax Hike, Largest In History

As I’ve said repeatedly, social media is key to educating the voters and winning this election.   Each of these brief, hard-hitting YouTube clips exposes the truth that taxpayers need to understand before they cast their ballot in November. Watch and then share them on Facebook and Twitter.  Make them go viral.  Winning the election […]

It’s 2010 again: Supreme Court ruling puts Obama’s healthcare law back in the election limelight

Time to roll up our sleeves and get to work! Edward Lee Pitts writes at World Magazine: Republican lawmakers quickly took the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allowed the law covering national healthcare to survive and turned it into what may become the GOP’s biggest rallying cry heading into the November elections. “The Supreme Court […]

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  • LA’s Rail Transit Problem May 29, 2017
    The Los Angeles Times reports that L.A. bus ridership is falling, so the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is “looking to overhaul the system.” Unfortunately, the Times didn’t make the effort to figure out the real problems, instead relying on transit agency claims that they were due to “factors beyond its control.” In fact, in the […]
  • New York City’s Only Hope May 26, 2017
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  • FTA New Starts Report for 2018 May 25, 2017
    The Federal Transit Administration released is annual recommendations for 2018 federal capital grants to local transit projects, a.k.a. New Starts report. Usually, the report went through all sorts of gyrations rating each projects by various criteria. This year, the criteria, or rather criterion, was simple. Had the FTA already agreed to fund the project with […]