The Lesser of Two Evils: Should we vote for Mitt Romney?

This post is in response to a comment posted in the “Suggestions” section. Thanks jenevieves for the request! Despite nature’s best efforts to hinder the Republican National Convention and the subsequent nomination of their less-than ideal candidate, the time for Mitt Romney’s inevitable nomination as the GOP’s candidate for president is inevitably drawing closer. This …

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“You Didn’t Build That”?

Normally, I like to post only the stuff that I write. However, on some occasions, there are so many well-written opinions already out there that I feel like whatever I write will only be regurgitating what has already been said. Obama’s bungle about “you didn’t build that business” is just such an issue. I could …

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Top Five Stupid Things That Obama Has Done So Far… REVISITED

As promised, I’m going to start writing again! So if you happen to be craving a fresh, conservative, and of course always RIGHT perspective on current (or at least semi-current) events, look no further! Or, if you’re not craving such a right-leaning perspective, then… stick around anyway! If nothing else, you might get into an …

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What happened on November 2nd? The Obama disaster, America’s stupidity, and the light at the end of the tunnel

It’s been two years since Obama was elected president of the United States. In less than two year since Obama’s inauguration, Obama’s approval rating has fallen from +21 with 44% of Americans strongly approving of Obama and only 23% strongly disapproving to a rating of -16, with 43% strongly disapproving, and just 27% strongly approving. …

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A Sad Day for Our Country

Well, it’s finally here. The day I’ve been dreading now for several weeks. Inauguration day. As I type these words, Barrack Hussein Obama is being sworn in as President of the United States of America. When Barrack Obama first stepped into the spotlight of the political scene two plus years ago, I, along with a …

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