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Alaska Through The Lens of Chuck Heath Jr.

Alaska as seen through the photographic lens of Chuck Heath Jr.

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Governor Palin Received Write In Votes for NYC’s Mayoral Race

Liberty still lives in the Big Apple!

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Rush Limbaugh: Cruz and Palin are ‘Fearless’ and Have ‘The Courage of Their Convictions’

"I admire any who are bold enough and brave enough to speak to about what they truly believe."

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John Nolte: Will Howard Dean Win Politifact’s ‘Lie of the Year’ Now That He Agrees with Gov. Palin?

The only difference is Governor Palin said it before it was signed into law.

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AK Insider: ‘Sarah Palin Trumps Miller and Treadwell for Alaska U.S. Senate’

"Palin’s run for U.S. Senate would be a big win for Alaska."

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Bernie Quigley: ‘A Leader is Emerging: Sarah Palin’

"Palin should start a freedom party."

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Tony Lee: CNN Says Don’t Rush to Judgment on FRC Shooting, Pushed Tea Party-Giffords Shooting Meme

CNN’s Selective "Reporting"

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"Reconsider", Palin Principles

Stephen K. Bannon, filmmaker of The Undefeated, interviews Conservatives4Palin editors, Nicole Coulter and Ian Lazaran, with Iowa O4P’s Peter Singleton on KABC radio. Topics covered: the "reconsider" TV ad in Iowa, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and the next GrizzlyFest. http://thevictorysessions.com/2011/12/05/podcast-the-meaning-of-sarah-palins-iowa-tv-commercial/

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Peter Ferrara | The Coming Crash of 2013

Peter Ferrara | The Coming Crash of 2013 Because of the willfully mindless irresponsibility and ideological self-indulgence of Obamanomics, America is mortally vulnerable to another recession at any time soon. The result would be precisely the national bankruptcy of Greece, where we cannot raise in the world credit markets the further debt to finance what […]

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Politico | Barbara Walters Pretty Excited About Weiner’s Photo

Politico | Barbara Walters Pretty Excited About Weiner’s Photo Barbara Walters is not shy when it comes to talking about Anthony Weiner’s…manhood. On Thursday’s installment of "The View," the host weighed in on the X-rated below the belt snap now circulating online. She announced, “I had that picture days ago and chose not to show […]

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Nicholas Carlson | Huffpo – AOL Merger Going Down in Flames

Nicholas Carlson | Huffpo – AOL Merger Going Down in Flames AOL bought Huffington Post for $315 million earlier this year. So far, according to a reader, the intergration is going very badly: Twelve reasons why the AOL – Huffington Post merger is going down in flames. The tragedy here is that not only will […]

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Daily Caller | Mitt Romney Snags Coveted Alec Baldwin Endorsement

Daily Caller | Mitt Romney Snags Coveted Alec Baldwin Endorsement “Looking to me to be Romney-Pawlenty,” Baldwin first wrote on Thursday. The “It’s Complicated” funnyman continued with his political discussion when he tweeted on Friday, “I mentioned Romney because if he can overcome the Mormon issue with the Christian right, he could win it.” Baldwin […]

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Jonah Goldberg | Weinergate: The Long and the Short of it

Jonah Goldberg | Weinergate: The Long and the Short of it Over the weekend I said that I suspect this will not end well for Congressman Weiner. I still think I’m right. Rep.Weiner stands accused of sending a lewd picture to a young girl via Twitter. He says he didn’t do it. At first his […]

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Jack Kelly | Bibi Shows Republicans How to Deal With Obama

Jack Kelly | Bibi Shows Republicans How to Deal With Obama Mr. Netanyahu concluded a powerful week Tuesday with an address to a joint session of Congress. He received 29 standing ovations. ABC’s Jonathan Karl noted that during his (much longer) State of the Union address, President Barack Obama received only 25. The Israeli prime […]

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Dan Riehl | Rep. Weiner Spokesperson Lies To ‘New York Post’

Dan Riehl | Rep. Weiner Spokesperson Lies To ‘New York Post’ There are at least two demonstrably false statements issued to the New York Post on behalf of Representative Anthony Weiner by his spokesperson, Dave Arnold. Here’s the first [emphasis mine]: The tech-savvy congressman saw the picture almost immediately. He had been tweeting about a […]

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Ed Morrissey | Romney: Hey, I Like Ethanol Subsidies!

Ed Morrissey | Romney: Hey, I Like Ethanol Subsidies! What takes more courage in this Tea Party, deficit-hawk atmosphere among Republicans — opposing ethanol subsidies in Iowa, or professing support for federal price interventions?  Mitt Romney clearly believes it’s the latter: It was an odd setting for a policy pronouncement, but on the sidewalk outside […]

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Doug Powers | Megan McCain Blames Sarah Palin for Poor Dating Life

Doug Powers | Megan Blames Sarah Palin for Lack of Dates or Something Now that Sarah Palin’s “Hey you guys dating Meghan McCain, look over here! WHOOO!” bus tour is under way, Meghan’s dating life is only bound to keep going south: Jay Leno: Are you dating anyone? Meghan McCain: No. I’m in, like, dating […]

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Meghan Daum | Obama’s Inability to Speak Without a Teleprompter is a Sign of Intelligence or Something

Meghan Daum: Obama’s Inability to Speak Without a Teleprompter Means He’s Really Smart or Something But consider this: It’s not that Obama can’t speak clearly. It’s that he employs the intellectual stammer. Not to be confused with a stutter, which the president decidedly does not have, the intellectual stammer signals a brain that is moving […]

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Matt Latimer | Team Obama Praying Mitt is the Nominee

Matt Latimer | Team Obama Praying Mitt is the Nominee For a commander-in-chief who often seems to approach his presidency as if he were guest lecturing Con Law 201 at the University of Chicago, Obama almost looks like a regular guy alongside the former Massachusetts governor—he of the perfect family, perfect teeth, and perfect hair. […]

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Donna Brazile | Requiring Voters to Prove Eligibility is Racist or Something

Donna Brazile | Requiring Voters to Prove Eligibility is Racist or Something Across America, Republican lawmakers have talked a big game about cutting budgets, but they also are seeking reductions to something much more fundamental: Americans’ voting rights. From coast to coast, the GOP is engaged in what appears to be a coordinated, expensive effort […]

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Michael Cannon | Romney: Individual Mandate = “What I Believe Is Right”

Michael Cannon |   Romney: Individual Mandate = “What I Believe Is Right” In his much-heralded health-care address in Michigan today, former Massachusetts governor (and Republican presidential hopeful) Mitt Romney made news by offering . . . absolutely nothing new. Rather than admit that Romneycare was a mistake, Romney once again defended the individual mandate he imposed […]

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Wall Street Journal | Romney’s Daredevil Act

Wall Street Journal | Romney’s Daredevil Act F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote that "The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function." If we may judge by his health-care speech at the University of Michigan yesterday, […]

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National Review | Powerpoint Failure

National Review | Powerpoint Failure It is now of critical importance that Obama’s opponent in 2012 be able to make the case against the health-care law and for a sensible replacement. It is because of those raised stakes that Romney felt compelled to deliver a speech yesterday making the argument against Obamacare and for his […]

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Democrat Radio Host | When Will Navy SEALs Kill George W. Bush?

Via Real Clear Politics "So when does Seal Unit 6, or whatever it’s called, drop in on George Bush? Bush was responsible for a lot more death, innocent death, than bin Laden. Wasn’t he, or am I wrong here?," Liberal radio talk show host Mike Malloy said on his show Monday evening. More, including audio, […]

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John Stossel | Gasoline and Onions

John Stossel | Gasoline and Onions Speculators are like the ants in Aesop’s "Ants and the Grasshopper" fable: They save resources for lean times. Everyone benefits because everyone has a chance to buy from them in those lean times. Speculators don’t "artificially jack up the price of oil" — they take risks. Those who guess […]

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Politico | Jon Huntsman takes step toward 2012 bid

Politico | Jon Huntsman Takes Step Toward 2012 Bid Former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman took his first step toward a presidential run Tuesday, creating a federal political action committee that will allow him to travel and raise money in the weeks before he’s expected to formally announce a bid. Moving swiftly since his […]

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Jazz Shaw | Top Romney Staffer Jumping Ship

 Jazz Shaw | Top Romney Staffer Jumping Ship He’s got a hefty resume, having held elected office himself and and coming within a hair’s breadth of being the GOP nominee for Governor. What’s unusual about this move is the rather public nature of the in-fighting. Even if he’s lost faith in the candidate, these things […]

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AP | Panetta to Pentagon, Petraeus to CIA

AP | Panetta to Pentagon, Petraeus to CIA President Barack Obama plans this week to name CIA Director Leon Panetta to replace Defense Secretary Robert Gates, and Gen. David Petraeus, now running the war in Afghanistan, would take the CIA chief’s job in a major shuffle of the nation’s top national security leadership, administration and […]

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Thomas Sowell | Obama’s Trump Card

Thomas Sowell | Obama’s Trump Card Radio-talk-show host Mark Levin has rebroadcast Trump’s varied and mutually contradictory statements on political issues and personalities over the years. It was a devastating revelation of Trump’s “versatility of convictions,” to use a phrase coined long ago by Thorstein Veblen. So then what is Donald Trump’s appeal? And why […]

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Jay Cost | Memo to the Media: Obama Is Not Popular!

Jay Cost | Memo to the Media: Obama Is Not Popular! On Tuesday, MSNBC’s First Read posed this question: Did last week’s speech backfire? A new Washington Post/ABC poll…seems to confirm that the president’s speech last week might not have played well. For one thing, and this is true going back to the ’08 campaign, […]

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