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POLITICO Arena: Is Palin right about the media?

POLITICO Arena – Is Palin correct to say that the media has been unfair in its coverage of the GOP presidential race? BENJAMIN: Is Palin “right” about the media? Apparently, she thinks any media reporters aside from her sycophants and conservative … Continue reading

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Romney Wins Illinois But the Nomination Is His to Lose

POLITICO Arena asks: Mitt Romney has won the Illinois primary by a considerable margin.   Does this win make the path to the Republican nomination any clearer?  And does it provide a more obvious signal for either Rick Santorum or Newt Gingrich … Continue reading

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Santorum Again Relates Food Stamps to Minorities – NationalJournal.com

Santorum Again Relates Food Stamps to Minorities – Lindsey Boerma – NationalJournal.com by Michael_Benjamin2012 via Santorum Again Relates Food Stamps to Minorities – Lindsey Boerma – NationalJournal.com. Speaking to a large crowd at the conservative Americans for Prosperity Presidential forum here, Santorum said … Continue reading

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Rick Santorum Is The ‘Anti-Christ’

Evidence that Rick Santorum is the “Anti-Christ” On the campaign trail this week, GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum made statements that lead me to believe that he is the fabled false prophet whose coming evangelical preachers have long heralded. Santorum … Continue reading

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For Women Under 30, Most Births Occur Outside Marriage – NYTimes.com

Just when we think things along the racial, economic and generational divide couldn’t get worse now comes a report indicating that for women under 30, two-thirds of live births occur outside of marriage. According to the report, college graduates still … Continue reading

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Obama’s Magical Negro Suit

They are at it again. Americans uncomfortable with President Barack Obama and disappointed in the popinjays seeking the Republican presidential nomination are digging into their bag of racial tricks. This morning, one reader on National Review Online (NRO) commmented that … Continue reading

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Is the Republican Primary No Longer A ‘Wide-Open’ Contest

Is the Republican Primary No Longer A ‘Wide-Open’ Contest? was the topic when former NY Assemblyman Michael Benjamin and Chris Bedford (The Daily Caller) appeared on LIVE Foxnews.com, hosted by Greg Jarrett. After Mitt Romney‘s win in New Hampshire, Jarrett … Continue reading

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Bomb takes out Iranian nuke scientist – m.NYPOST.com

The Post reports that a top Iranian nuclear scientist was killed in a car bomb. Iran claims that the US and Israel are to blame. While the GOP presidential hopefuls want to commence bombing of suspected Iranian nuclear facilities, President … Continue reading

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POLITICO Arena: Strong showing or bad omen for Mitt Romney?

I predicted this back on December 16: “Romney’s frontrunner status is a mirage in a GOP desert. Although his level of support remains steady,three-quarters of Republican voters oppose him. Romney is the least flawed candidate in an incredible field of … Continue reading

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POLITICO Arena: Is Cain climbing to the top?

Herman Cain performed admirably in the spotlight. He showed intelligence, wit and a firm grasp of his platform. He disappointed me by running away from his honorable service as a board member and chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve … Continue reading

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