Category Archives: Conservatives

2014 ENDS…..2015 BEGINS….HAPPY NEW YEAR.

2014 is coming to its end. 2015 is about to begin. It has indeed been an interesting year. What with the threat of ISIS, the persistent problems throughout the Mid-East we proved ourselves correct when we said this newest terrorist … Continue reading

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DEADLY ATTACK ON JERUSALEM SYNOGOUGE DURING MORNING PRAYER ESCALATES ISRAELI – PALESTINIAN CONFLICT. PALISTINIAN MILITANTS CLAIM RESPONSIBILITY!

According to Democracy Now a Web-based News Service, the unrest that has gripped Jerusalem has escalated after a deadly attack on five Israeli civilians during morning prayer in a Jewish Synagogue. It was the deadliest attack on Israeli civilians in … Continue reading

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NOW THAT YOU GOT IT …..WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH IT?

As predicted by the polls Republicans won the US Senate. They did even better than they thought with a victory in Iowa. While Louisiana will end up in a run off election in December, it made no difference for now … Continue reading

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REPUBLICANS EXPECTED TO TAKE THE US SENATE……….RETAIN THE HOUSE………AND OBAMA HAS A PROBLEM

The Republicans are expected to take the Senate, retain the House, and as a result the President has a problem. But realistically, the President made this problem, he made it all by himself. piece by piece, brick by brick, board … Continue reading

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REPUBLICANS PULL AWAY FROM DEMOCRATS IN NOVEMBER ELECTIONS…..BUT WHAT IS IT THEY REALLY ARE AFTER…..CAN THEY TAKE WHITE HOUSE IN 2016?

Slowly the so-called liberal media is realizing that Republicans are going to chalk up big wins in the mid-term elections, and most likely will take control of the US Senate. That no doubt, puts a major hamper on President Obama … Continue reading

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REPUBLICAN VICTORY IN NOVEMBER MIGHT HAMPER THE OBAMA AGENDA.

A Republican victory in November might hamper the Obama agenda. If Republicans take the majority in the Senate, and of course retain their majority in the House, depending on the numbers, of course, they could give President Obama a run … Continue reading

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ONCE AGAIN THE PRESIDENT DROPS THE BALL…..THIS TIME IT’S EBOLA

Once again the President dropped the ball, this time it was EBOLA. Why? Because as is the usual case the president is more concerned with the political fall out than he is with a  major developing health crisis right here on … Continue reading

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