Monthly Archives: September 2011

Perry: Big hat, no cattle?

by Ken Feltman The Perry brain trust’s decision to become tougher with Mitt Romney is the wrong one. Republican voters – and independent voters, too – are not expressing concern that Rick Perry is not combative enough. They worry that … Continue reading

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Win One for the USA

By Michael Granger What President Obama and the Tea Party should do Today the political system is engaged in a zero sum game in which the losing party is the United States. The game being played amounts to a scorched … Continue reading

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News Media and the Language of the Political Left

by Mark Rhoads One surefire way for the Left to dominate any topical debate with conservatives is to get the news media to adopt their language first. They are extremely successful at this much of the time because large media … Continue reading

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THE NEXT DEBT CEILING AND BALANCED BUDGET AMENDMENT DEBATES: DOING THEM RIGHT. MAKING THEM REAL – Part 5 (To Govern Is To Choose)

By Anthony W. Hawks This is the last in a series of posts about the recent debt ceiling debate. Although the national debt limit is a statute and not a constitutional requirement, I have tried to show in earlier posts … Continue reading

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Much ado about a Tweet about Bill O’Reilly

by Ken Feltman I am getting a lot of criticism from Republicans and conservatives over a Tweet I sent yesterday in response to Bill O’Reilly’s statement that he is the second most powerful person in the United States, after the … Continue reading

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