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common core

In the wee early hours of the 2016 presidential campaign, most of the attention has been centered on Donald Trump, his stand on immigration and his war of words with Jeb Bush. Most of the other issues seem to be taking a backseat to all of the media hoopla. Yet there is one issue that …

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On Saturday, Hillary Clinton took the stage at Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island in New York in what many consider to be the public kickoff of her campaign for the White House. In 2012, Bill Clinton dedicated the opening of Four Freedoms Park. During his speech, he told the crowd: “As all of you …

blacks-against-obama

Regardless of the fact that Barack Obama is half white, the only real reason he was elected to the White House in 2008 and 2012 is because he appears to be all black. Millions of blacks in America voted for him solely because of the color of his skin and his promises to make their …

boehner-gavel

In 2010, Republicans won control of the House of Representatives and mistakenly elected Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) to be Speaker of the House. Republicans won control of House because they promised voters that they would stand up for their conservative values and not cave in to the tyrannical demands of Barack Obama and Senate Majority …

gods-uncompromising-word

I am always amazed and saddened to see just how far some Christians will to compromise the Word of God in order to justify their sins or a sinful lifestyle. They remind me of a child who is given a plate full of good healthy food, only for the child to sit and pick at …

Sandra-Fluke-Barack-Obama

In February 2012, a Georgetown law student testified before Rep. Nancy Pelosi and the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. Sandra Fluke spoke about the contraception mandate and women’s health. She pleaded for the new mandate because of student’s suffering from lack of contraceptive coverage and how they suffer financially, medically and emotionally. Fluke told …

obama v ohio

Several weeks ago I reported that the Obama administration had filed a lawsuit against Ohio’s election officials over the state’s new early voting law.  In this instance, Ohio wanted to reduce the number of days allowed for early voting but cutting off the early voting three days prior to the election.  The Obama administration objected …

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Ohio has long been a key swing state in presidential elections.  Since 1964, no one has won the general election without carrying the state of Ohio.  In this year’s hotly contested presidential election, Ohio holds 18 electoral votes.  Only California (55), Illinois (20), Florida (29), New York (29) Texas (38) and Pennsylvania (20) carry more …

1958

A couple days ago, I posted a news item on Patriot Update – Obama Wants Your Birthday Presents.  The article was a report of how the Obama campaign is asking you to register with the Obama campaign like a bride registers with a store, so that your friends and family can give to the campaign …

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I don’t know about you, but I usually hate it when the President, Vice President or presidential candidate comes to town.  Local and state police close down the Interstate and all surface roads from the airport to wherever they are speaking, fundraising or staying.  A couple years ago, Barack Obama arrived right at evening rush …

romney - Obama

Barack Obama has wasted no time in launching attacks against the apparent Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.  Among those attacks are his claims that Romney is so rich that he is completely out of touch with middle and lower class Americans.  Obama points to his own poor upbringings, although he fails to mention that it …

Mitt-Romney_2007-campaign-ad

I’ve watched several political ads for Mitt Romney lately and realized that he is guilty of throwing accusations at Rick Santorum’s record when his own record is quite tarnished. In one ad, it states that Rick Santorum has never run a business.  Does running a business automatically make someone a good president?  What about all …