Category Archive for: ‘Election’

Pope Francis Addresses Congress, Dr. Ben Carson on Islam, and Russia Aids Syria

Pope Francis, Dr. Ben Carson, Vladimir Putin

This weeks episode of The Square Circle discusses Pope Francis, the 266th and current Pope of the Catholic Church, and his historic speech to Congress; man-made climate change, fact or fiction; Dr. Ben Carson, the retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon and current Republican presidential candidate, and his comments regarding a hypothetical Muslim President; and Vladimir Putin’s recent and notable increase of …

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CRomnibus: Republican Betrayal on Amnesty

CRomnibus

Livy, the famed Roman historian, noted that, “[a] fraudulent intent, however carefully concealed at the outset, will generally, in the end, betray itself.” Indeed, his words were both true in his own time and prophetic in the future. On Saturday, the Continuing Resolution to keep various government spending programs, spending – otherwise known as the CRomnibus – passed through the …

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Republican Party at a Crossroads?

Republican Party At Xroads

$1.6 million – that is the amount spent, according to the National Journal by Karl Rove’s American Crossroads, to defeat the Tea Party in North Carolina’s Republican Senate primary. $1 million more was spent by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to back the establishment candidate, Thom Tillis, over the Tea Party. That is $2.6 million used by the establishment GOP …

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The Morning After The Election

The Morning After

In Thomas Friedman’s fictional column for The New York Times titled “The Morning After the Morning After,” he advised the Republican Party to move further away from the right if Mitt Romney were to lose the election.  Indeed, Romney ostensibly lost the election, but the Republican Party would be extremely remiss to heed his self-styled advice. The past is prologue …

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At Lynn, Mitt Wins Safe Debate

At Lynn Mitt Wins Safe Debate

Governor Romney played it safe, but did enough to secure the win in the final debate at Lynn University. In playing it safe, however, Governor Romney did leave some notable issues on the table.  For example, Romney had opportunities to attack the incumbent president’s position with respect to the tragic and preventable deaths in Libya and the faux video excuse …

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Candy Treats Obama and Tries to Trick Voters

Candy Treats Obama Ll

After last night’s debate, the only issue that was resolved unambiguously was whether CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent, Candy Crowley, could be an objective and unbiased debate moderator – she proved unflinchingly that she could be neither. At center stage was whether President Obama recognized the murders of four Americans in Benghazi, including a United States Ambassador, as an act of terror the …

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Obama to American Entrepreneurs: You Did Not Build Your Business, Someone Else Did

Gov Jobs

Over the weekend in Virginia, to a mob of applauding supporters, President Barack H. Obama stated that “if you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that – somebody else made that happen.”  This shocking statement would be utterly remarkable by itself, but for the fact that it is part of a larger attack on working Americans that has been made …

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Broken Liberty: Repeal Not Enough

Broken Liberty

It has long been understood that the power to tax is the power to destroy.  Regardless of where one stands on healthcare in the United States, Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts’ decision to give the federal government near unbridled power to tax (or mandate) – or otherwise compel and force a United States citizen to buy a good …

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Obama Fails The Gay Community And The Media Thanks Him

Obama

While some in the mainstream media have already anointed President Obama as the “first gay president“, a central point that has largely been ignored is the fact that he voiced an extremely tepid and limited endorsement of gay marriage – or rather, a non-endorsement endorsement – which ultimately has the effect of potentially hurting the gay marriage movement in the …

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Romney: Broccoli or Liver?

Coulter And Romney New

Recently, Ann Coulter, conservative columnist extraordinaire, wrote a column entitled, “What’s Their Problem With Romney?” However, this article was less about Mitt Romney and more about who is, or is not, the establishment candidate. Two words for Ms. Coulter – who cares? Instead of focusing on what’s right with Romney, Ms. Coulter went out of her way to discuss/barrage his …

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America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves — Abraham Lincoln