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2012 Contenders

May updates have been posted for the 2012 Contenders section.  Click the tab above to explore the candidates and the campaign. Advertisements

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Justice Has Been Done

Late Sunday night, President Obama announced that after nearly one decade since the attacks of September 11, 2001, the United States has killed the mastermind of those attacks, Osama bin Ladin.  As news spread, a jubilant crowd gathered outside of … Continue reading

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Tax Day Humor

April 15th is usually tax filing day, but this year due to a holiday in the capital city, it’s Monday, April 18th.  While I could probably write many thoughtful posts about taxes, I’m not going to focus on any serious … Continue reading

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Seven Score and Ten Years Ago

Today marks the 150th anniversary of the start of one of America’s greatest conflicts:  the Civil War.  It was an epic struggle, the culmination of tensions that had festered from the beginning of the Republic.  Much debate has taken place … Continue reading

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April 1st Isn’t The Only Day for Fools

One rumor/conspiracy theory/lie that just keeps popping up (with the aid of some otherwise serious people) is that Barack Obama was not actually born in America, and therefore is not constitutionally eligible to be president.  The people who adhere to this … Continue reading

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2012 Contenders March Updates

I’ve updated the 2012 Contenders rankings and added updates to the individual contenders’ pages.  Check them out and make comments if you’d like.  Join the Discourse!

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What’s in a Name?

It has been just over one week since the start of the military conflict in Libya.  The US took a lead role providing strategic and tactical support that our country’s top military leaders consider America uniquely capable of providing.  Now, we … Continue reading

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