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(FILES): This March 31, 2011 file photo shows Donald Trump talking to the press after receiving the American Automobile Association's (AAA) Five-Diamond Award for Trump's International Hotel & Tower New York at the hotel in New York City. Property tycoon turned White House opponent Donald Trump on Tuesday again claimed there was a doubt about Barack Obama's legality as president. "There is a real question about his own citizenship," the colorful and polarizing businessman told ABC television. AFP PHOTO / FILES / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

Liberals Shouldn’t Be Shocked By Trump’s Success In The GOP Race… He’s Their Creation

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Donald Trump’s call to curtail immigration of Muslims until the government can “figure out what’s going on” is probably a bit unworkable. If it’s someone’s goal to kill you, you shouldn’t be surprised that they are willing to lie about it beforehand. How are we supposed to know who’s a Muslim in the first place?… Read more »

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Chris Matthews Raises an Excellent Point

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I’ll bet that’s a headline that you never expected to see on this site! But credit must be given where it’s due. Kaitlyn Schallhorn over at The Blaze reports (h/t) Truth Revolt: MSNBC’s oft-confused lefty Chris Matthews ended his show Hardball Tuesday night with a spasm of, for him, uncommon sense, reports TheBlaze. “Let me… Read more »

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Hillary and the Left: political adversaries are the real enemies (Guest Post)

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Remember learning about Venn diagrams in elementary school? Venn diagrams are the diagrams with intersecting circles. The circles represent different sets of things and the area where they intersect with each other shows where the different things are logically connected. During Tuesday’s Democratic presidential primary debate between Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and three other guys… Read more »

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What Hugh Hewitt Should have Asked Donald Trump

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I’ve made no bones about the fact that I dislike Donald Trump. But I thought that he blew an opportunity when he appeared on Hugh Hewitt’s show. Trump knew full well in advance that Hewitt likes to grill his guests on foreign policy. Instead of taking advantage of this knowledge and preparing in advance to… Read more »

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Schoolhouse Rock, Ronald Reagan and messaging to save the country

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I was in elementary school during the country’s Bicentennial celebration. From Bicentennial quarters and the new $2 bills to plays about our founding fathers to the most spectacular fireworks I’d ever seen, 1976 was a yearlong celebration of American history, and living in the DC area I felt like I had a front row seat… Read more »

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Minimum Wage Chickenhawks, Part II (Guest Post)

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Our president and his lefty pals are at it again. Now that Obamacare’s failure is all but an historical fact, the president has done exactly what you’d expect him to do – take a laserlike focus on his signature law and dedicate every available resource and use every ounce of political capital he has to… Read more »

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Time to End Offensive Sports Mascots – Down with Notre Dame! [Reader Post]

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Hola, amigos. It’s been a while but between my busy season at work and the time that goes into raising Baby Bob my blogging time took a major hit. Over the summer I blogged about the “controversy” regarding the team mascot for the NFL’s Washington Redskins. I put the word controversy in quotes, because outside of a… Read more »

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NPR Faces Deep Budget Cuts Due to The Sequester! * [Reader Post]

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* It really didn’t. This is actually two relatively short related posts rolled into one. Recently Drudge linked to an article over at Fishbowl DC – the site that proclaims itself as “The Place Where Politics and DC Media Mesh”. First off, the site’s tag line gives me pause on its own, especially in a… Read more »