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This is Exciting

Mar 6, 2013 1:38 PM PT

In response to Marco Rubio to Filibuster Brennan:

I have the same feeling of receding cynicism I did when the Tea Party first exploded on to the scene and began doing things that just weren't done in America anymore -- taking politics seriously, taking the Founders' legacy to us seriously, showing up at Town Halls to ask their once and future representatives some real questions, engaging, questioning, insisting, demanding.

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Obama Golf

Gohmert to Obama: Will You Voluntarily Give Up Your Sequester Golf?

Mar 6, 2013 1:37 PM PT

Today, Congressman Gohmert has sent a letter to President Obama asking him to voluntarily give up his golf outings so there is enough money for visitors and tourists to take WH tours.  

That is why I realize that you must understand the sadness many Americans are now feeling after being told by your staff that they would indeed be getting a chance to tour the White House, only later to have you go back on your word and strip them of chance of a lifetime. 


You have often called for solidarity in your speeches; therefore, I am asking you now to lead the way. One way to do this is to give up your golf outings in order to save enough money to transfer funds to allow the [WH] tours to continue. 


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Media Bias

Journolist Ring Wraiths

Mar 6, 2013 12:11 PM PT

In response to The Fastball Special:

I don't read comic books, but being a huge LOTR fan, I am partial to Victor Davis Hanson's analogy of today's Journolistas as J. R. R. Tolkien's Ring Wraiths, "petty lords who wanted a few shiny golden Obama rings — only to end up as shrunken slaves to the One."

In the same way that the operatives of the Nixon White House once channeled the character of Richard Nixon, so too the Obama administration reflects the manner in which Barack Obama has always campaigned and viewed politics. His 2004 Senate run and two presidential campaigns all shared the same modus operandi of unleashing surrogates to tar opponents, bully critics, romance the mainstream media, and caricature the shrinking number of journalistic kulaks — all while deploring the politics of personal destruction.

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Utah's Republican Senator Mike Lee Joins Rand Paul Filibuster

Mar 6, 2013 12:05 PM PT

After three-hours and ten minutes of Kentucky senator Rand Paul employing a good old-fashioned talking filibuster, Utah senator Mike Lee has stepped in to relieve his Republican colleague.

Currently, both men are holding a discussion on the Obama Administration's drone strike policy. The focus is mainly on how the White House is defining "imminent" as "not at all imminent."

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