Tag Archive: War on Women

Will the “War on Women” Keep Colorado Perpetually Blue?

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Living in Colorado, I’ve been seeing a lot of dueling campaign commercials lately between U.S. Senator Mark Udall, who is a Democrat, and his Republican challenger, U.S. Congressman Corey Gardner. The two are squaring off in November in what strategists see as a vitally important race that may just decide which party will hold the…

The Lefty Buffoonery That Republicans Need to ‘Shut Down’ Once and For All

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One of the residual effects of this week’s government shutdown and the implementation of Obamacare has been a sharp uptick in political commentary across social media. At least, that’s what I’ve been seeing when I’ve logged into my online accounts over the past few days. I’m not talking about the normal activity. There are certainly…

The Real War on Women – Rewarded for Killing His Wife

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This isn’t the first time that I’ve been outraged to read about what convicts who commit the most heinous crimes are provided in prison.  And, I’m sure it won’t be the last.  Robert Kosilek’s story is just the latest outrageous waste of taxpayers’ money.  I’m hoping all those at the DNC last week screaming about…

Was Jay Leno Auditioning for MSNBC?

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It’s no secret that Jay Leno is left-leaning in his political views. Most people in the entertainment industry are. Yet, unlike many of his peers, Leno has generally resisted the temptation to taint his brand with overtly partisan, nasty political activism. In other words, he didn’t follow the same path as David Letterman did, and…

Can The Romney Team Stir the Pot as Well as the Democrats?

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There’s been a lot of talk on cable news lately about presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s secret weapon: His wife, Ann Romney. Many have pointed out that she humanizes her husband who often comes across as emotionally-detached and robotic. I agree with that analysis, and while I certainly believe she’ll continue to be a big help…

How Democrats Can Take the ‘War on Women’ to the Next Level

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You’ve got to hand it to Democratic strategists. Who would have thought six months ago that in the lead up to perhaps the most important presidential election of our time, the hottest political topic in the country would not be the weak economy, high unemployment, the huge national debt, record gas prices, or turmoil in…