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What is the Difference Between the DNC and the CPUSA?

| August 25, 2014
What is the Difference Between the DNC and the CPUSA?

  On the home page of the Communist Party USA it says “A better and peaceful world is possible—a world where people and nature come before profits. That’s socialism. That’s our vision. We are the Communist Party USA.” No, it’s not Socialism which is a watered down version of Communism. Real Communism is the kind […]

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Bob McDonnell Gives Ingratitude a Bad Name

| August 22, 2014
Bob McDonnell Gives Ingratitude a Bad Name

The Bob & Maureen McDonnell corruption trial is not proving to be the unmitigated disaster for the McDonnell family that I first assumed. As the trial continues Maureen is looking more and more like her official portrait, currently on display at the Richmond Salvation Army Store. She can’t do anything about the age difference — […]

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Spectacularly Wrong

| August 10, 2014
Spectacularly Wrong

“A greeting of peace from Muslim communities in my country: assalaamu alaykum” The speaker had what one might imagine, given his background, a better insight into Islam, Muslims, and the Middle East than others who had preceded him. He said he was seeking “a new beginning” that was “based on mutual interests and mutual respect” […]

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Obama Encounters an Apex of Anger

| July 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
Obama Encounters an Apex of Anger

Barack Obama has managed to do something one would hardly imagine a President could achieve by the midpoint of his second term. He has managed to anger most segments of the American populace, including those to the far Left who constitute a significant part of his base. It has taken time for most people to […]

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The Call of the RINO in Virginia and Mississippi

| July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

  It would be a lot easier for conservatives to tolerate the sanctimony of Republicans In Name Only (RINOs) if they weren’t so hypocritical — or in the case of Mississippi RINOs — despicably hypocritical. ‘Moderate’ Republicans never tire of telling us conservative extremists how they are inclusive and ready to reach across the aisle […]

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Mildred Lewis Rutherford: Southern Educator and Historian

Did you know? The first woman to be recorded in the Congressional Record “Mildred Lewis Rutherford” was 10 years young at the outbreak of the American War Between the States in 1861. Fifty-five years later she said in a 1916 speech: “The civilization of the Old South was very different from the civilization of today. […]

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Eric Cantor Picked the Wrong Base

| June 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s no mystery why Eric Cantor lost his primary last Tuesday. He simply failed to turn out his new Hispanic base. And Cantor is not completely to blame for this failure, because events outside his control were also working against him. On the day of the vote many members of his new voting block, Futuro […]

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Creating Democrats One Squirrel at a Time

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

A lack of affordable housing forced me to move 24 miles south of the Fort Hunt area in Fairfax County, VA. I couldn’t find an affordable house that had a view of the Potomac River. We had been renting a home there for five years and each winter, after the leaves fell from the trees […]

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The Difference Between the Real World and Obama’s

| June 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

I keep wondering what it must have been like to be a young student at West Point listening to their Commander in Chief’s platitudes and ignorance wash over them. West Point is where our nation’s future leaders in war receive an education in how to protect the nation by crushing our enemies, if Presidents and […]

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The Regulatory Death of Energy in America

| May 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Before President Obama took office in 2009, the amount of electricity being produced by coal-fired utilities was approximately fifty percent of the total. Today it is approximately forty percent and, when the Environmental Protection Agency regulations take effect as of June 2, more such utilities are likely to close their doors. The basis for the […]

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