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Ruger has made it easy for gun owners to make themselves heard. Well? Why are you still here? Tweet

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Zero Sum

Charles Krauthammer: This is why he sent Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner to the Republicans to convey not a negotiating offer but a demand for unconditional surrender. House Speaker John Boehner had made a peace offering of $800 billion in new … Continue reading

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All Throttle, No Brake

Daniel Henninger reminds us of how much deal-making skill Barack Obama has – that would be exactly zero: Presidents, kings, queens, generals all have accomplished a modus vivendi with their opponents and mortal enemies. Until now. What deal of Clintonesque … Continue reading

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Emergency Twinkies

News you can use to avoid gougers. Homemade Twinkies. Tweet

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America Lost

There will be autopsies in plenty, with the mainstream media dancing on the remains. But we really should begin a dialog on what needs to be done in both the short and the long term. A start on the long-term … Continue reading

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Ground Glass

Glenn Reynolds: It’s hard to judge from the polls and the pundits. Last year, we were told that Romney couldn’t win unless he could appeal to independents. Now that he’s got a double-digit lead among independents in most polls, we’re … Continue reading

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Vote Strategically

If you have had enough of Barack Obama and are planning to vote against him, it is time to start thinking strategically. As in Romney will need a republican controlled Senate to get ObamaCare repealed. (Or defunded, same difference.) Jazz … Continue reading

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Show Up

Hugh Hewitt thinks Obama is collapsing:  They are the same people who spent Friday denying that “not optimal” was not a big deal. “Binder” –big deal. “Not optimal” –no deal at all. That’s the state of the Obama campaign: A … Continue reading

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You Might be an Obamanic-Depressive if…

- You voted for Hope and Change – and found only Hype and “Chains” – You voted for what you projected onto an empty slate – and found out he was really an empty chair – You voted for a … Continue reading

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The Narcissist

Well, here’s a big surprise. Obama left the stage after the debate firmly believing he had won. When President Barack Obama stepped off the stage in Denver last week the 60 million Americans watching the debate against Mitt Romney already … Continue reading

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What’s Already Being Telegraphed

Back in 2008, I argued that people who had decided to sit out the election because they didn’t like McCain were making a dreadful mistake. I’m going to update that old post a bit with a pointer to this post … Continue reading

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Advice: Go Big

Krauthammer: When you’re behind, however, safe is fatal. Even his counterpunching has gone miniature. Obama has successfully painted Romney as an out of touch, unfeeling plutocrat whose only interest is to cut taxes for the rich. Romney has complained in … Continue reading

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What if They’re Wrong?

Zombie on five unproven assumptions about skewed polls. He asks some compelling questions about whether those assumptions might be dead wrong: • When a person sees that his team is in second place, he gives up and stops fighting. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Obama’s Dismal Economy

In Barry’s world, there is only the past economy and the future economy. The former is George Bush’s fault, the latter will be Barry’s divine gift to America if he’s reelected. What we are living in now doesn’t exist for … Continue reading

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Man Up: Tide Edition

Tom Blumer: The second Sunday poll came from Gallup, which reported a 47% deadlock — erasing a six-point Obama lead from the previous week. Interviews in both polls went through Friday, September 21. The six polls listed below Rasmussen and … Continue reading

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