Welcome dear reader to the most intense nightly read on the ‘sphere.. The Nightly Ramble. Less than a week away from the election and Obama is still losing ground. The trend has continued over the last few weeks to the point now where both Rasumussenand Gallup are both reporting numbers within the margin of error. […]

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. Sen. Barack Obama designated a personal aide as his direct contact for the 2007 Kenyan presidential campaign of Raila Odinga, who later was appointed prime minister after his election loss was followed by widespread, deadly violence that destroyed or damaged 800 Christian churches, according to e-mails obtained by WND senior staff writer Jerry Corsi […]

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Thursday. 26 days to the election. Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read on the ‘sphere… Bit’s Blog’s Nightly Ramble So, the press has been doing it’s leftist duty, in promoting into the White House, Barry O. What’s the first thing the mainstream press can say taht’s negative about the guy? “He […]

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Eric Florack on September 10th, 2008

Does anyone on the planet doubt that Obama book was written to advance the cause of his presidential candidacy? Why, then, is it so hard to understand that Oprah Winfrey having him on to promote that book, is a direct connection to supporting him for President? Does anyone doubt that were this a Republican, the […]

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Eric Florack on May 1st, 2008

HMM: “I think it is obvious that the superdelegates will pick Obama. They have their own self-interest to consider, not to mention the long-term interest of the party. The choice for Obama is clear  and it would be clear even if they knew Clinton would win and Obama will lose.” So notes InstaGlenn. He’s right […]

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