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Mark Pryor dismisses Tom Cotton’s military service as “entitlement”

April 23, 2014
By
TomCotton

In a world where the United States military has become a politically correct social experiment; where military leaders are suspended for being insensitive; where openly homosexual troops perform in drag and officers are forced to embrace it or resign; and where a male soldier convicted of selling military secrets can force the military to recognize and accommodate his claim that he is a woman, it should come as no surprise when a liberal senator running for re-election dismisses the military service of his conservative opponent as some sort of entitlement. In the Arkansas Senate race between incumbent Mark Pryor (D) and Rep. Tom Cotton (R)—Cotton currently represents Arkansas’s 4th…

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The 2014 state of wind energy: desperately seeking subsidies

April 21, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

With the growing story coming out of Ukraine, the ongoing search for the missing Malaysian jet, the intensifying Nevada cattle battle, and the new announcement about the additional Keystone pipeline delay, little attention is being paid to the Production Tax Credit (PTC) for wind energy—or…

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Conservative Comedy – Income Tax Day Edition

April 18, 2014
By
Death and taxes

Welcome to the Income Tax Day edition of Conservative Comedy at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best Conservative political satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. April 15th wasn’t…

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The dark side of “free” electricity from the sun

April 17, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

It is amazing that something that seems as up-beat as “free” electricity from the sun can have such a dark side. I started covering some of the shenanigans from the solar industry last summer when I wrote about the “Green Tea Party” in Georgia. I…

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“Electile Dysfunction” in Ohio’s 8th Congressional District

April 16, 2014
By
Speaker-De-La-Casa

Electile Dysfunction (ED) or political impotence is characterized by a politician’s inability or unwillingness to do the job he was elected to do, and is usually the result of being in Washington D.C. far too long. While this condition is reaching epidemic proportions in both political parties, there are…

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Was stopping Nevada’s fracking rush behind the Bundy Showdown?

April 14, 2014
By
Marita_Noon_2013

The story of rancher Cliven Bundy has captured an abundance of media attention and attracted supporters from across the West, who relate to the struggle against the federal management of lands. Bundy’s sister, Susan, was asked: “Who’s behind the uproar?” She blamed the Sierra Club,…

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Conservative Comedy 4/11/14

April 11, 2014
By
Byte-The-Bullet

It’s time for some Conservative Comedy at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best Conservative political satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. Attorney General Eric Holder, speaking before the…

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