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It's Time for John Dean to Tell the Truth About Watergate

It's Time for John Dean to Tell the Truth About Watergate

This article originally appeared on Foxnews.com Saturday, August 9 marks the fortieth anniversary of President Richard Nixon’s resignation over the scandal known as Watergate. It’s hard to believe but 40 years after Nixon’s resignation the American public still does not
Spitzer Cover-up on AIG Continues

Spitzer Cover-up on AIG Continues

Talk about hypocrisy. According to the New York Times,former New York Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer wants then Attorney General and now Governor Andrew Cuomo to release his emails in the Troopergate matter which Cuomo investigated. At the same time,

Energy Independence: Frack We Must

As the price of oil shoots through the roof because of political instability, and the inability of the Obama Administration to say yes to Canadian oil and thousands of jobs, we have to turn to other energy sources. Fortunately, there’s

A Plan to Reform the Electoral College

In 2000, when Al Gore out polled George W. Bush in the popular vote but was bested by Bush in the Electoral College to become President, it became clear we need Electoral College reform. In Adams vs.Jackson in 1824, Hayes

The Demographics of Trumpmania

I’m a Trump cheerleader. After 25 years as a lobbyist for Trump and Chairman of his 2000 Presidential Exploratory Committee, I like the man. I have studied mountains of polling conducted by the Trump casino interests studying the Trump brand

Why Trump Should Forgo Public Campaign Finance

If Donald Trump runs for President, he should forgo public finance and federal matching funds not just because, as a mega-wealthy billionaire, he can, but because doing so would allow him to spend in the early primary and caucus state’s

ACORN Arm Caught in Voter Fraud Again

Last year I wrote in Big Government about ACORN”S most successful criminal enterprise, the New York Working Families Party. Linked directly to voter fraud in New York State, ACORN quietly changed it’s name in the State and it’s chief political

A Republican Primary for Sen. Lugar?

He used to be known as “Richard Nixon’s favorite Mayor” when he was Mayor of Indianapolis and while the New York Times says he’s a “conservative” there is little in his record to indicate this. Indiana Senator Richard Lugar has

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