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Democrats Honor Vote Fraud Criminal in Cincinnati

Al Sharpton gives criminal Melowese Richardson a big hug at her “welcome home” gala thrown by Ohio democrats. Once again we see an example that to be a Democrat is to celebrate criminality–not merely indulge in criminality, but making it something to be proud of. This time it is evinced in the giant “welcome home” […]

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The Most ‘Transparent’ President in History Has More Secrecy Than Ever

Once again we see an example of the essential falsehood upon which the Obama administration was built. When Obama ran for the White House and then won he did so claiming that his would be an open presidency unlike that evil, evil George Bush’s. But since he won it has become clear that Obama is […]

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Disappointed Obamacare Lover Jessica Sanford is the Perfect Low Information Voter

Jessica Sanford was running totally on faith, not knowledge, until she got sandbagged by Obama’s unaffordable care act. But even after she found out that Obama screwed her over she still invoked her religious belief in the man. It was never his fault, you see? Jessica Sanford was on a high on October 21. She […]

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Google Hires Obama’s Campaign E-Team

The hand-in-hand nature of this White House and some of the nation’s biggest corporations is seen in yet another incident as Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign data team is now moving from team Obama to team Google. This week, Bloomberg reported that Obama’s data mining team, used to such great effect during his 2012 re-election for […]

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The Fix is in

The Democrats, it would seem, have adopted the Chicago Way and intend to carry on in that manner.

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The Conservative Hispanic Society: IRS Targeted Us Too

The Conservative Hispanic Society has joined the growing list of conservative groups that feel that they, too, were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service in its recent campaign of harassment. In a statement, CHS is “expressing outrage” over what it feels is Obama’s “infiltration of every aspect of our government.” In a statement the Conservative […]

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Rush Limbaugh Does Live in Obama’s Head

On May 14 after news broke that President Obama had once again attacked talk radio host Rush Limbaugh by name, El Rusbo joked that he was “living rent-free in Obama’s head.” It’s hard to fault Limbaugh’s logic on this. After all, the President of the United States of America has used his bully pulpit to […]

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Obama’s Political Action Group Loses Complaint Against Website Address Owner

Last year, President Obama’s re-election campaign reworked its operations renaming it Organizing for Action in an effort to leverage the President’s monumental email address list to urge supporters to back the President’s policies. But OFA made a tiny mistake: it didn’t register all the various website addresses for its new effort. Worse, when others jumped […]

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Office of Congressional Ethics Investigating Michele Bachmann

Fox News has confirmed a report by The Daily Beast that the Office of Congressional Ethics is investigating Republican congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s 2012 presidential campaign. Here is an excerpt from the latter’s report. Former staffers tell The Daily Beast that investigators have allegedly asked about allegations of improper transfer of funds and under-the-table payments actions by […]

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After Millions in Tax Breaks for Hollywood, DreamWorks’ Jeffery Katzenberg Kills 350 Jobs

Despite some $430 million in tax breaks for Hollywood in last year’s “fiscal cliff” deal, DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg has announced that he is cutting 350 people by the end of the year. After the disappointing box office for DreamWorks’ latest film, The Rise of the Guardians, Katzenberg said that the $165 million loss […]

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Obama Fails to Register ‘OrganizingForAction.net,’ Hilariously, Site Re-Directs to NRA Homepage

At the beginning of the year, President Barack Obama’s new 501(c)4 political nonprofit, Organizing For Action, was launched with all the usual bells and whistles. But the tech wizards at OFA forgot one important rule in today’s Internet world: Register all the iterations of your website address before someone else does. Now Obama’s team is […]

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Obama Administration to give Libya e-mails to Senate

Fox News correspondent Catherine Herridge is now reporting the following: The Obama administration has agreed to provide emails pertaining to the controversial CIA talking points which critics say pushed an inaccurate picture of what happened during the terror attack last September in Benghazi, a congressional source tells Fox News. “We expect that will be done early […]

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S.E. Cupp’s Unhelpful Apostasy

Youthful commentator S.E. Cupp of the lamentable MSNBC recently made some trouble for herself by an ill-considered slam on Rush Limbaugh. Then, she made it worse with a subsequent doubling down on her unhelpful and unnecessary attack. For those unaware, S.E. Cupp is a young, conservative commentator that has been close to Glenn Beck–close as […]

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Google Hangouts: Obama’s Tech Savvy Presidency

On February 14, President Obama will again host a Google Hangout to take questions from members of Google Plus, one of the net’s newer social networks. Calling it a “Fireside Hangout,” the President will answer pre-submitted questions and videos from Americans. Tech savvy moves like this have been a hallmark of this President and it […]

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Obama Campaign Advertised Less in Black Press Than Bill Clinton

Last year, Barack Obama spent only one million dollars for advertising in the African American press for his reelection campaign. This was two million less than Bill Clinton did and far from the $20 million that activists had called for. According to Robert Redding, Jr., of the syndicated Redding News Review radio show, during the […]

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Left Pays No Attention to Obama Pledge of No Name Calling

Even as Obama stood in front of hundreds of thousands of admirers during his inaugural speech saying that we needed to end the name calling, many in his party and many of his surrogates have utterly ignored that advice. “We cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics, or treat name-calling as reasoned […]

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Sen. Orrin Hatch: Obama Fiscal Proposal ‘Classic Bait and Switch’

Senator Orrin Hatch (R, Utah) delivered the GOP weekly address and it was a damn good one. He pulled no punches and laid it out straight that Obama lied when he ran for re-election and perpetrated a “classic bait and switch” maneuver. What ever you think of Mr. Hatch or the GOP, he spoke truth […]

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NBC: Hey That Lincoln Movie Reminds Us of How Great Obama Is

In yet another facile example of the Old Media equating President Obama’s presidency to the greatness of Abraham Lincoln’s, NBC News correspondent Kevin Tibbles used the occasion of the opening of the new Lincoln movie helmed by Director Steven Spielberg to do just that. On Saturday’s NBC Nightly News, Tibbles reported on the opening of […]

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Foodstamps Surge to All Time High, Biggest One Month Growth Ever Recorded

The Obama administration has finally released its report on the number of Americans on foodstamps. This report was released nine days past its traditional release date and just coincidentally days after the election. Shockingly, those numbers show that Americans on foodstamps is at an all time high. Worse the report shows the highest one month […]

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The Name ‘Republican’ Is Damaged Beyond Repair

Fact: Millions of Republican voters did not come out to unseat Barack Obama. Explanation: The Republican brand has been damaged beyond repair. Solution: Is Herman Cain Right? Do we need to replace the GOP with a new party? The Republican brand has been destroyed beyond repair. This is all something we really can blame on […]

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Newsweek: Hey, Whities, You’re Old, You’re White And You’re Finished

Your days are done, white man. In its November issue, Newsweek and writer David Frum want you GOP whities to know that you’re old, you’re white, and you’re finished. Not only does Newsweek want white Republicans to know their salad days are over (and that they are racist, no doubt), but the aging magazine has […]

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CNBC: We’re Probably Headed to Another Recession… NOW They Tell Us?

Two days after the election, CNBC published a dour report on the economy. Shockingly, CNBC is predicting that the U.S. economy is likely headed for another recession. CNBC so helpfully tells us that, now that the election is behind us, the light in our economic tunnel could be a “freight train.” Gee, it sure would […]

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Media Slammed Mitt’s Food Donations, Now Sandy Victims Plead for… Food Donations

The Old Media spent several days last week attacking Mitt Romney for his October 30 event in Ohio where he presided over supporters coming together to donate money, clothing, and food for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Then the food donations were ridiculed. Yet, now ABC News is reporting that victims of the storm are […]

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Obama won. Life goes on.

People whining about the re-election of Barack Obama could learn a lesson from cartoon character Linus Van Pelt, the best friend of Charlie Brown. In one Charlie Brown cartoon, Charlie Brown is in bed, whining about how horrible his day has been.  Linus enters the room and then proceeds to remind Charlie Brown that the […]

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Obama Avoided Defeat By Less Than 350,000 Votes

The race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was decided in just a few ultra-competitive states that could have gone either way. Had Romney won these states he would be President-elect Romney today. There is precedent for this kind of near victory despite a popular vote loss. In 2004 John Kerry was less than 120,000 […]

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