Obama Pledges to "Experiment" on the Economy

Posted on September 10, 2012

It's finally over and the Democrat National Convention will go down in history as one of the most ridiculous left-wing political events in American history. Fortunately, for Barack Obama a vast majority of Americans had better things to do than watch a bunch of out-of-touch socialist goofballs argue over whether their platform should stab Israel in the back, ban God and convey celebrity-hood on a 30 year old "law student" whose only claim to fame is demanding that the American people pay for her birth control.

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Romney’s "Yes, But..." Strategy

Posted on September 03, 2012

With Mitt Romney there always seems to be a "but” that enters the conversation when discussing his campaign. For instance, Romney was a staunchly pro-abortion governor of Massachusetts, BUT now he's says he is pro-life. Or, on the issue of government-run health care, Romney supported forcing citizens to buy health care insurance as part Romneycare, BUT now he says the individual mandate that is the centerpiece of Obamacare must be abolished.

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Three Goals for the Republican National Convention

Posted on August 27, 2012

The curtain is rising on the multi-million dollar political extravaganza called the Republican National Convention. Aside from the non-stop behind-the-scenes partying and thousands of delegates wandering around Tampa wearing funny hats, this really isn't a political convention in any sense of the word. The nomination has been decided. The roll call of states is a mere formality which won’t even be covered by the major TV networks.

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Will Paul Ryan Rally Conservatives for Romney?

Posted on August 22, 2012

The conservative political grassroots is angry, ticked off and exasperated. Up until a week ago here at Right and Free we had serious questions about whether Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney could rally limited-government tea party types. After all, Romney wasn't exactly a slash-the-budget conservative when he served as Massachusetts governor. How could the author of "Romneycare" earn the trust of grassroots conservatives? Well Mr. Romney may have pulled a rabbit out of the proverbial hat. And that rabbit's the name is Paul Ryan.

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