Unlike Hillary Clinton, Carly Fiorina Welcomes Tough Questions

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In a series of interviews, new presidential candidate Carly Fiorina Fiorina acknowledged that she would not raise as much money as other candidates, “but we’ll raise sufficient money.” Fiorina also said that she would “run a different kind of campaign” and would spend the money she raised wisely, so that she would be able to be competitive and “do what we need to do.”

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Bill Clinton Caught in another Fib by ‘Nail Bill Clinton’ Network

The “Hill and Bill” Clinton effort to convince America that “we are just regular middle-class folks” took another dive when former President Bill Clinton said that the couple had “taken almost no capital gains” over the last 15 years. However, in another self-inflicted controversy, Bill failed to realize that Hillary’s campaign had already released the couple’s 2000 to 2006 tax returns that reported a $371,000 of capital gains.

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If more Americans had the guts of Pamela Geller, every city in our country would be holding their own Mohammed Art contest next weekend.

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Unlike Hillary Clinton, Carly Fiorina Welcomes Tough Questions from Media, Public

In a series of interviews, new presidential candidate Carly Fiorina Fiorina acknowledged that she would not raise as much money as other candidates, “but we’ll raise sufficient money.” Fiorina also said that she would “run a different kind of campaign” and would spend the money she raised wisely, so that she would be able to be competitive and “do what we need to do.”

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Carly Fiorina: Rising to the Challenge

For those who might be inclined to accept the mainstream media’s quick dismissal of Fiorina as a long-shot, her book demonstrates that she has the conservative grounding of Sarah Palin combined with the gravitas of Margaret Thatcher. That may prove to be a winning combination.

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The Pope and Climate Change

Perhaps you missed the Vatican-sponsored international symposium on climate change held in Rome on April 28. It was a busy news day. The horrific earthquake killed thousands in Nepal and riots broke out in Baltimore.

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Media Slam ‘Draw Muhammad’ Event

These same media members decrying the horrors of Muhammad cartoons–completely ignoring that the point of drawing Muhammad cartoons is to mock those who kill those who draw Muhammad cartoons–were perfectly happy to use the power of government to target every business owner who refuses to service a same-sex wedding.

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