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R.I.P., Davy Jones

Posted by  ▪  February 29, 2012
Lead singer of The Monkees has died at age 66: A rep for the singer tells us Jones suffered a heart attack at his home this morning … and was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Jones is survived by his wife Jessica and 4 daughters from previous marriages. He…
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Conspiracy is in the eye of the beholder

Posted by  ▪  February 29, 2012
“Some people are much more into conspiracies” … And in an attempt to prove there is no conspiracy, Paul has just released an ad attacking everyone, his first attack on Romney since Iowa (aka The Stone Ages).
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The Ocean State Current

Posted by  ▪  February 29, 2012
Long-time Rhode Island blogger Justin Katz, formerly of Anchor Rising, is heading up a new blog, The Ocean State Current: Managing Editor Justin Katz attracted national attention when he joined an early wave of bloggers with his site DustintheLight.com in 2002 — back when one frequently had to explain that the term…
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Imagine Obama unrestrained by another election

Posted by  ▪  February 29, 2012
Mitt Romney had a very good line in his victory speech last night (emphasis mine): Weve seen enough of this President over the last three years to know that we dont need another four.  President Obama believes he is unchecked by our Constitution.  He is unresponsive to the will of our people. …
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Mana-Tea’d

Posted by  ▪  February 29, 2012
From reader and frequent photographer Bill, come these photos taken just outside the Manatee refuge in Crystal River, Florida:    
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Michigan and Arizona primary results

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
Endgame assessment: Very good night for Romney, he has all but beaten back the Santorum surge.  It’s hard to know if outspending Santorum did the trick; Romney spent only about 1/3 going after Santorum in Michigan as he spent going after Newt in Florida, and didn’t need to bring in the establishment…
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Olympia Snowe retiring

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
Via The Hill: Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) will not run for reelection. A top Snowe campaign staffer told The Hill that she will retire at the end of her term and would shortly be releasing a statement announcing her retirement. The three-term senator was long expected to run for reelection, and had seemed to…
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UAW for Obama, and vice versa

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
Obama gave a speech to the United Auto Workers laced with what Greg Sargeant described as “withering derision”: A key line: “I keep on hearing these same folks talk about values all the time. You want to talk about values? Hard work: That’s a value. Looking out for one another: That’s a…
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Another unintended consequence of the higher education bubble

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
Consider this “obligatory.”  And unintended parody. CNS’ headline says Sex-Crazed Co-Eds Going Broke Buying Birth Control: A Georgetown co-ed told Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s hearing that the women in  her law school program are having so much sex that they’re going broke,  so you and I should pay for their birth control. Speaking at a…
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Santorum courts Obama-Big Labor Democrats with Robocalls

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
Rick Santorum is running robocalls in Michigan urging Democrats to vote in the Republican primary for Santorum and against Romney because … wait for it … Romney opposed Obama’s auto industry bailout but supported the Wall Street bailout. Got it? The great conservative hope is attacking a Republican for not supporting the auto…
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Cicilline vulnerable in RI-01

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
One of my focus races is the attempt by Republican Brendan Doherty to unseat Democrat David Cicilline in RI-01, my home district. Cicilline is very unpopular due to the mess he left behind when he was the Mayor of Providence.  While Cicilline was able to hide the problems when he ran for…
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Retire Richard Lugar, Elect Richard Mourdock

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
There is a prime opportunity in the Indiana Republican primary to elect a solid conservative, Richard Mourdock, and to retire Obama’s favorite Republican, Richard Lugar, who has an abysmal voting record. I will be supporting Mourdock, and I hope you will help with this important race. I first wrote about Mourdock back in November.  Since…
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The handwriting on the wall

Posted by  ▪  February 28, 2012
Have you noticed, there have been a lot of handwritten, or in this case painted, anti-Obama signs on vehicles lately.  It’s almost as it a mere bumper sticker cannot contain the rage. Thanks to Jane from Olympia, Washington: Thought you might like this—there was more writing on the other side of the van,…
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Reasons for the Tea Party movement still apply

Posted by  ▪  February 27, 2012
Instapundit links to articles on the third anniversary of the Tea Party movement, when the first rallies were held. I attribute the rise to the rant earlier in February 2009 by Rick Santelli. I can watch this over and over again without getting tired of it.  It’s more true today than three years…
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