Think Obama and Palin Are a Lot Alike? Think Again

Big Journalism

In a recent article by Robert Schmul on AOL Politics, he has hit conservatives below the belt in a way that he hopes will stick.  If you can’t get the American population to get behind your socialist President, then just try to paint the conservative leaders as suspiciously similar to him.

Uh, not so much.

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Gates not planning to stay through end of Obama first term

Seems like everyone is getting as far away from Obama as they can. I guess the ship is sinking faster then anyone thought. I wonder if Obama will go down with the ship?                                        1 Dragon

The Hill

Defense Secretary Robert Gates has no plans to stay on at the Pentagon through the end of President Obama’s first term in office.

Gates, whose service now spans one Republican and one Democratic administration, told reporters at the Pentagon on Thursday that he has already made up his mind about his departure date, but refused to disclose any more details.

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The Other Delaware Candidate

The American Spectator

WASHINGTON — Christine O’Donnell, the Tea Party-supported Republican candidate for Senate in Delaware, has no secrets. The press has even gone back to her high school years and found that she “dabbled” in witchcraft.” But now Jeffrey Lord of The American Spectator has been scrutinizing her opponent, Democratic candidate Chris Coons. Lord did not have to go back to Coons’ high school days. He found quite a lot in Coons’ infatuation with Marxism, starting in college. Coons found Marx about the time that large numbers of Marxist pols behind the Iron Curtain gave up him up. By the 1990s even jailers and torturers were forsaking old Karl, but not Coons.

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Police Have Concerns Over Kentucky Weapons Proposal


It’s hot all over the Tri-State today, but in Kentucky they’re talking about packing even more heat. A Kentucky lawmaker is drafting a bill that would let gun owners carry concealed weapons without any special permit. Kentucky has issued concealed carry permits since 1996, but only after a gun owner completed a training course and passed a test. As you might expect, this new law is drawing some strong support and some not-so-friendly fire.

Local 12’s Joe Webb has been following the story.

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