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If I Wanted America To Fail

April 24, 2012
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Did you celebrate “Earth Day” this past weekend? Want to know the real story about how radical environmentalism is bringing about America’s certain failure? Check out this video released by Free Market America for a sobering revelation about how the tree-huggers are not only making it hard to get out of our current recession, they are laying the foundation for the destruction of the free-market economy. This should actually be Obama’s campaign video, because as are told at the end of the video: “If I wanted America to fail I…I suppose I wouldn’t change a thing.” Sounds about like what will…

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American Oil: Shrink The Trade Deficit And Boost The Declining Dollar – Without New Taxes

April 16, 2012
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American Oil: Shrink The Trade Deficit And Boost The Declining Dollar – Without New Taxes

With gas prices continuing to climb, there is an ever-increasing quest for ways to find a culprit that can carry the blame. More and more, the finger pointing is focused on the overseas sale of US petroleum product—with the belief being that selling American resources to the highest bidder increases the price of gasoline at the pump. This idea has made strange bedfellows of Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and Congressman Ed Markey (D-MA). Addressing gas prices, O’Reilly claims: “They are much higher because the oil companies are shipping their products overseas.” Representative Markey (of the Waxman-Markey cap and trade…

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Oil Production Is Up – It’s Bush’s “Fault”

April 11, 2012
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Obama – the President who turned “blame Bush” into a policy and procedures manual in the White House - has chosen to ignore one of the biggest opportunities his administration has had to put the whole oil issue at the feet of his predecessor. The reason he is choosing to pass on this opportunity is because it deals with an increase in domestic drilling, for which he is taking credit. Of course, it has nothing to do with his anti-oil energy policies, but rather increases in the private sector and the policies of the Bush Administration. Industry analysts say production is rising — not because of President Obama, but in spite of him.…

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Life Under An Obama With “More Flexibility” – Use Less, Pay More

April 2, 2012
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Life Under An Obama With “More Flexibility” – Use Less, Pay More

President Obama made headlines during his visit to Seoul, South Korea – though not for his public policy statements, rather for his private comments, unintentionally broadcast, in conversation with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev. Believing he will be reelected, President Obama addressed dealing with “controversial issues”: “This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility.” The comment was made specifically about missile defense. But there are many other “controversial issues” plaguing his presidency about which he is likely to feel that he has “more flexibility” when he no longer has a pending campaign keeping the lid on his…

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New Political Ad Documents Obama’s Energy Successes

March 30, 2012
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In a new ad released by the American Energy Alliance, we are given a glimpse into the energy successes of the Obama Administration. Successes such as: Opposition to oil exploration in Alaska Wasting millions of taxpayer dollars on bankrupt alternative energy companies – can you say Solyndra? Killing the Keystone Pipeline Unfortunately, these policy “successes” are “failures” when it comes to providing for America’s energy needs. Check out the ad that will air in Florida, Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio and Virginia. It has a strong message.   And from the “truth hurts, doesn’t it” department, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz shifts the focus to the messenger…

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