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Right “In The Main”

By   /  October 17, 2012  /  Charlie Harper  /   Comments

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Tweet   Tuesday night featured the 3rd debate, but the second of the largely inconsequential, entertainment for the partisan bases debates. Vice Presidential debates are purely for sport. Barring a horrible flub, the VP debate usually accomplishes the art of doing something that would be less than presidential if attempted by the candidates on the [...]

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Tampa, In Rain Delay

By   /  August 28, 2012  /  Uncategorized  /  Comments Off

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Tweet This is not how things were supposed to start. An estimated 50,000 people are in Tampa area hotel rooms deciding how best to spend a rainy day indoors.  For the second convention in a row, Republicans have scrapped the opening day of their national meeting in deference to a hurricane in the Gulf of [...]

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Obama effigy and free speech in Plains Georgia

By   /  January 5, 2010  /  Bill Waller  /   Comments

Tweet By now most people in southwest Georgia have heard about the incident in Plains, where a doll depicting President Barack Obama was hanged in effigy. I first learned about it yesterday when checking the Drudge Report. By then, it had already made national news. Similar displays were done to President Obama’s predecessor, President George [...]

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‘Robin Hood’ government may be Obama legacy

By   /  November 17, 2009  /  Fair Response  /   Comments

Tweet OK, I voted of Barack Obama, and if you didn’t know that you have not been reading my work the past year. However, that does not mean that I have agreed with everything Obama has done, no. However, the question needs to be asked, is Obama taking this country down the right road? In [...]

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Obama or Nobama

By   /  September 10, 2009  /  Outlook  /   Comments

Tweet Why would soldiers at gunpoint awaken Manuel Zelaya, president of Honduras, and take him to Costa Rica in his pajamas? Zelaya was facing the end of his one-time, four-year presidential term. He liked the job and wanted to extend his term of office by calling for a public referendum to change the constitution’s limit [...]

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