When the American electorate goes to the polls in November, the economy will be their biggest concern. Published May 22 2012
Mitt Romney tied one arm behind his back today, by refusing to drag Jeremiah Wright into the campaign. Published May 17 2012
After months of a media frenzy, Democrats have balked on the June 5 recall election. Published May 16 2012
A new poll shows that Obama's 'War on Women' talking point is failing as presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, leads among women voters. Published May 15 2012
Well it is official. President Barack Obama “personally” supports gay marriage, yet he still hasn’t stated whether gay Americans have the right to actually legally marry. Published May 10 2012
A new poll released this week shows a slight lead for President Barack Obama’s reelection bid in key swing-states that could decide the 2012 presidential election. Published May 8 2012
A top and well-connected analyst in Israel is speculating that Israel may launch a preemptive strike against Iran this fall in order to eradicate Iran’s nuclear weapon program. Published May 7 2012
In a series of memos released this week by the Pentagon, it is reveled that an American-born advisor to Al-Qaeda used to believe that the far-left network, MSNBC, was neutral ... Published May 3 2012
One year ago, Operation Neptune Spear killed Al-Qaeda terror leader, Osama Bin Laden. One year later, President Barack Obama is launching “Operation Spike The Football.” Published May 2 2012
Henry D'Andrea is a Conservative columnist and commentator. He writes a weekly column at the Washington Times Communities called "The Conscience of a Conservative," which features his commentary on current events and political stories from a conservative perspective. He ...
Politics, economics, and business from a real world perspective.
He considers the Congressional Black Caucus "a self-serving group of racists" and formerly believed that "racism was a thing of the past".
The controversial whistleblower also says that the "(t)ruth is coming, and it cannot be stopped."
Snowden writes "(i)f they had taught a class on how to be the kind of citizen Dick Cheney worries about, I would have finished high school."
The attempt failed, but the story doesn't end there.
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