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The Council Has Spoken!! This Week’s Watcher’s Council Results

Alea iacta est…the Council has spoken, the votes have been cast, and we have the results for this week’s Watcher’s Council match up. Usually, it’s the coverup, not the crime. But in this case, it’s both. This week’s winner, Bookworm Room’s Is the IRS scandal the worst political scandal in American history? I say “yes […]

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Condi Rice Could be the Surprise Pick for VP? Good or Bad for Mitt Romnay?

Drudge is reporting that Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is one of the finalists for the VP nomination. That is an interesting choice. Mitt Romney needs someone with experience, knowledge and conservative credentials to boost his stock with the base and bring Independents and women over to the former Massachusetts Governor’s side. We know Condi. Very smart […]

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Cong. Paul does so much better when he is interviewed by those who give him time to explain his positions.  The 30 to 90 second sound bite is difficult to explain the theory of liberty.  I find myself wondering:  Is it better to listen to the debate or catch up later?  I also find myself […]

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McConnell: Obama Presented Us With 3 Choices: Smoke & Mirrors, Tax Hikes, Or Default. Republicans Choose None Of The Above.

Speaking on the floor this morning, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made major remarks on the debt limit negotiations, saying, “[A]fter years of discussions and months of negotiations, I have little question that as long as this President is in the Oval Office, a real solution is unattainable.”   He explained, “I was one of […]

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McConnell: Dems Can Fund The Troops & Cut Spending Or Else They’re To Blame For A Shutdown

Politico reports today, “Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said Thursday morning that he was ‘not nearly as optimistic’ about striking a budget deal as he was last night when he left an Oval Office meeting with Speaker of the House John Boehner. . . . ‘I am not nearly as optimistic as I was […]

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Two stories discuss the possibility that former UN Ambassador John Bolton might run for President.  It is an intriguing long shot choice.  The Conflicted Libertarian would be conflicted.  Bolton is a “neo-con” hawk; that’s bad: He [Bolton] has assailed the administration’s “policy chaos” in Afghanistan. And he has unabashedly called for a military strike on […]

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Let Us Honor Those to Whom Honor is Due

Obama to address the nation about withdrawing American combat troops from Iraq. President Obama has scheduled his second oval office address to let the American people know that he can now officially check off another campaign promise. In February Barack’s right hand man Joe Biden prepared us for this day; “I am very optimistic about […]

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U.S. Senator Roger Wicker Delivers Weekly Republican Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi) released the following weekly Republican address. Text of the speech: Hello, I am Senator Roger Wicker from Mississippi. As we enter the third month of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, we continue to learn more and more disturbing information about gross negligence on the part of BP — […]

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Republicans to Barton: ‘Apologize for Telling the Truth!’

During the House hearings designed to allow Congressmen to each have a photo-op on record of them taking potshots at top BP Executives for the Gulf drilling accident, Congressman Joe Barton (R-TX) seems to have missed the memo. Instead of blaming BP for the entire mess, spewing threats and issuing severe tongue lashings, (none of […]

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Obama’s Speech Shows His Presidency is ‘An Administration About Nothing’

First of all, blame is not a strategy. It is what you do when you are inept at handling things. There was nothing in last night’s speech that surprised anyone, except maybe the left. Especially MSNBC. But it is nearly certain that they followed advice given to brides and grooms: Never go to bed mad. […]

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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