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Can anyone be that dumb? Obama administration member just admitted she did it.

It’s about being inside a bubble and believing at an ideological level that you are right.  However, when you watch the clip, you can see two things- 1. Nunes has his first witness/suspect. 2. Mika’s reaction to her “confession” was … Continue reading

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Because I had to. Commenting on HRC’s continuing email scandal.

Speaking of “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” moment.  More about the woman who should be facing a long prison sentence at least. The latest court-ordered dump of her email, just placed online by … Continue reading

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The changing world of politics through the eyes of Nixon and Hillary Clinton

Here is Hillary, a young ideologue, working to prove Nixon should not be President because he is a liar and a crook. Back then, you could not remain a crook or a liar and be President. So Nixon left. His … Continue reading

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Hillary, the cash and the greed. Ron Fournier speaks the obvious but misses the point.

I won’t go into a huge background, we all know what happened. In a nutshell, this is the Clinton Foundation.             Truth is the claim of only 15% going to charity is not correct. It … Continue reading

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Quick note on the Clintons. Nothing new to see here.

I followed the Clintons since 1992.  I was a great fan of the American Spectator.  It covered Whitewater, the Rose law firm records, Vince Foster in great detail.  The simple takeaway from that period, as well as Clinton’s two terms, … Continue reading

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Lois Lerner and the type of person who is drawn to government. Of course she thinks she didn’t do anything wrong.

If you want a peek into the mindset of your typical bureaucrat read the article at Politico. Not all government employees are bad people, but many turn into “bad people” because of the power unaccountable government jobs give them.  A … Continue reading

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Washington Post slides by the fact to prove there is no case in the IRS computer crash scandal

The other day I read an article in the Washington Post from an opinion writer doing a timeline on the IRS scandal.  Sadly, I can’t find that exact article, but found another with a similar timeline from the WP. The … Continue reading

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Trey Gowdy exposes the new head of the IRS is Gilligan. He’s there to play a game, and everybody knows it.

It’s theater.  They don’t want to solve it.  Far too many people in politics, like Schumer, Durbin and Cummings are all over this mess.  So this guy is simply there to be a punching bag.  Gowdy reminds him some of … Continue reading

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We need to dig up Richard Nixon and apologize. Apparently, we were wrong on where the threshold was!

An obvious heartfelt apology. “Sir, apparently we screwed up in getting excited over your little burglary/IRS/enemies list thingy.  I hope you will enjoy the last two years of your Presidency and try not to be too harsh on us.  It … Continue reading

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The “I’m mad as hell” montage from Limbaugh.

Via Gateway.  I was wondering how long it would be before someone posted it. I was laughing so hard during the radio show I had to stop what I was doing.  Of course Gateway pundit would put it up.  At … Continue reading

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