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Tag Archives: 2010 Election

DeMint: “The fight begins today”

South Carolina GOP Senator Jim DeMint spoke out today on behalf of the five conservative Senate wins he backed — (pictured above, in order) Senators-Elect Pat Toomey (PA), Marco Rubio (FL), Rand Paul (KY), Mike Lee (UT) and Ron Johnson (WI) — with the following Wall Street Journal op-ed piece. I expect it to be […]

Obama Admin: Chaos, Depression, CIA, Eligibility, 25th Amendment Whispers

Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen is again trotting out some interesting insider gossip concerning the Obama Administration’s seeming inability to hold things together, high-level intrigue, paranoia, depression, 2012 running mate questions, even going so far as to suggest that the 25th Amendment could be invoked, should executive actions continue on their present course (big h/t to […]

A Commitment is Required for Those Who Want Change

Regular readers of my site will notice that it’s been several weeks since my last posting, and I’ll blame an excruciatingly busy — and blessed — life for that. Things are going really well at home, at work and at church, and my wife and I had the opportunity to recently vote in Georgia’s primary. […]

Dem Rep Assaults College Student Over One Question (Update)

I guess after spending 13 years in the House — and, more recently, under the iron fist of Nancy Pelosi — things can get kind of stressed. But, does Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-NC) really have to take that stress out on a college student (the local ABC affiliate also picked up the story)? The question […]