Tag Archives: Obama

Twitter Town Hall

From Gary Bauer, on July 7: Yesterday President Obama held the first Twitter town hall event, answering questions from Twitter users all over the country. Fortunately for the president, he did not have to limit his responses to 140 characters. … Continue reading

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Jeff Duncan keeps racking up endorsements

Jeff Duncan, candidate for U.S. Congress from South Carolina’s 3rd district, has been racking up endorsements on a regular basis lately.  Just in the last couple months, the list includes South Carolina state Senator Shane Massey, who at one point was … Continue reading

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Thoughts for the day–Feb 17

Random thoughts on several topics: 1.  War in Afghanistan. Well, I have to give credit where credit is due.  The Obama administration has made some gains in the Afghan war.  Drone attacks have been significantly stepped up in the past … Continue reading

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Federal Government Destroying U.S. Manufacturing

This deserves a look.  BigGovernment.com is reporting on recent comments from the CEO of Emmerson Electric.  David N. Farr, speaking at an industrial conference, said the federal government is “doing everything in [its] manpower [and] capability to destroy U.S. manufacturing.” … Continue reading

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Obama–“electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.”

OK. Now this I don’t believe. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has scheduled a vote for the “cap and trade” energy legislation for Friday 6-26 or Saturday 6-27. President Obama himself said that in his plan, “electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.” … Continue reading

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