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The Cow and the Ice Cream

The Cow and the Ice Cream

One of my friends shared this true story of a teacher in the Nashville, Tennessee area. It is one of the best theories of why Obama won the 2008 Presidential Election.

Here is what the teacher said:

We are worried about “‘the cow” when it is all about the “Ice Cream”. The most eye-opening civics lesson I ever had was while teaching 3rd grade. The last Presidential election was heating up and some of the children showed an interest. I decided we would have an election for a class president. We would choose our nominees. They would make a campaign speech and the class would vote.

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Video Evidence of The Dirty Little Secret

Video Evidence of The Dirty Little Secret

I’ve been writing about the dirty little secret for years. It even comes up in my political thriller, ROGUE PATRIOT.

The dirty little secret BOTH political parties try to hide from us is that they really have no interest in securing the Mexico border because they do NOT want to solve the illegal immigration problem.

You need to watch this 6-minute video. But, caution! It will make your blood boil.

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Why Newt Gingrich Won’t Give Up

Why Newt Gingrich Won’t Give Up

After coming in second to Santorum in the Mississippi and Alabama primaries, more people are wondering why Gingrich doesn’t concede. They say that he doesn’t have a chance in hell of getting the GOP nomination.

It should appear obvious to anyone keeping score that Romney has racked up a sizable lead in delegates, and Santorum is not very far behind. So, why doesn’t Gingrich quit?

Santorum now claims that he is the true “anti-Romney” and therefore, the “true conservative” in the GOP race. Claiming it doesn’t make it so, however. Most observers would agree that Santorum is the strongest “social” conservative candidate. Recent events have served to reinforce his strength in that area, but his newfound popularity will prove to be short-lived.

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The Campaign Financing Quandary – a Solution

The Campaign Financing Quandary – a Solution

Last year, the Tea Party decided it would not endorse any of the Republican candidates for President. It seemed like the right decision at the time. Watching the GOP debates and primaries over the last few months, you might question whether or not that was a wise decision.

What we have today is four good men killing one another to see who will survive long enough to win the party’s nomination. The only reason Romney is the front-runner is because he and the PACs that support him have millions more dollars than the other candidates.
You’ll recall that Gingrich surged ahead of the others in Iowa shortly before the caucuses. Then Romney’s PAC and other candidates ran millions of dollars worth of ads and nearly destroyed Gingrich’s ability to stay in the race. If not for that, Gingrich may have won Iowa and would have gone to New Hampshire in a much stronger position.

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The Flaw Our Founders Failed to Foresee

The Flaw Our Founders Failed to Foresee
You can see the perversion of America’s Constitution taking place right before your eyes. It may soon reach a crisis point. Could America’s founders have foreseen this?
 
As genius as our founders were in building safeguards into the Constitution, how could they have envisioned what is now happening to America—the deliberate perversion of the Constitution and the outright gaming of every pillar of our republic—judicial, economic, social, religious, educational, and even political.
 
It sounded so good to them back then. It would become the greatest leap forward for mankind the world had ever known. How radical. Imagine—voting people into government office who would actually represent the people who voted them into office—and if the representatives proved untrustworthy, the voting citizenry could just vote them out in the next election by voting someone else in. Foolproof, or so they thought.
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