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Gingrich Calls a Spade, a Spade. Can the rest of the GOP do it?

In our politically correct society, it's so refreshing to have someone tell it like it is. There's no more American Indians... they are Native Americans. No one is retarded... they have learning challenges. No one is Oriental any more... they are Asian. I ...

With Obama, It's Always 'His' People vs. 'Those' People

Barack Obama officially kicked off the 2010 campaign season with a speech to "his" people on Monday. Yes, it's true that since taking office, Obama has never really stopped campaigning, but this speech was specifically geared toward building "his" coalition t...

Just think if Obama had to answer a hard question…

We've all seen clips of how Barack Obama talks and talks when he doesn't have the aid of his teleprompter. He rambles, stumbles, and fills the air with "here's the point," without ever really making the point. His stumbles are no more apparent than when he's ...

Didn't Obama Get the Memo that His Bill Passed?

One of the most interesting exchanges during the year-long "debate" on health care, and I use the word "debate" loosely, was an exchange between Barack Obama and John McCain at one of Obama's so-called "bi-partisanship" meetings. As McCain was noting some fac...

American People Say 'No' While Democrats Say 'Yes We Can'

The debate and vote on Sunday regarding Barack Obama's health insurance makeover were as amazing as they were tragic. Never before have I seen legislators not only lie repeatedly on the House floor, but also so brazenly defy the will of the American people. T...

The #1 Reason Democrats Should Vote Against ObamaCare

We are in the home stretch of the debate on the health care bill that Americans don't want. Polls consistently show the American people against this legislation, yet the Democrats keep pushing. They are now so concerned about its passage, that they are consi...

The 'Historic' Health Care Bill that Americans Don't Want

I can just see it now. After months and months of wrangling, after months and months of arm twisting and deal making, the House and Senate come up with a bill that finally passes. With much pomp and circumstance Barack Obama signs the legislation into law. ...