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Rambling thoughts on the Presidential election 2012.

A very wise man told me yesterday, when I admitted praying for God’s will while reminding God what I thought his will should be, that we must pray for leaders better than we deserve. I did, and look what it … Continue reading

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21 things that went right on election day 2012.

Thanks to Michelle Malkin, always on top of things and ready to pump conservatives up (or back up, as the case may be today): 1. Republicans retained control of the U.S. House of Representatives. 2. Voters in Alabama, Montana, and … Continue reading

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I’m baaaack.

I started this blog back in 2010 when I was frustrated with Washington but got busy, well, living. Needless to say, the election results from yesterday have reinvigorated me (read: scared the living hell out of me). So here I … Continue reading

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Charles Krauthammer’s Take on Obama’s Non-Stance on the Mosque at Ground Zero

Well thought-out piece by Krauthammer on what courage would really look like if Obama took a definable, understandable, clear stance on the mosque. Including this, “It takes no courage whatsoever to bask in the applause of a Muslim audience as … Continue reading

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“To get their way, the elites must erode or dismantle the Constitution, bit by bit, in one way or another. What that means is that they must dismantle America.”

Well written article by Thomas Sowell on the destruction of America by the elite, and a dismantling of the system of self-governance upon which she was founded. Read it here.

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Look in the mirror, taxpayer. You’re financing jihad.

American Taxpayer, Financial Jihadist – Article – National Review Online.

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Georgia Governor’s Race

Full disclosure: I was a supporter of Eric Johnson for governor, and then Deal when it came down to the runoff between he and Karen Handel.  I didn’t have confidence that Handel was a true conservative, and rather than spending … Continue reading

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