Brad Bannon


July 2010


Environmentalists, Stop Whining and Follow the Tea Party Example

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It has been five years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the the Gulf Coast and four years since Al Gore’s documentary An Inconvenient Truth demonstrated the dangers of global warming. And now thousands of Gulf Coast residents and small businesspeople are without their livelihoods because of BP’s ...

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TAGS:
tea party
Gore, Al
global warming
oil
energy policy and climate change
energy
BP
Congress
Hurricane Katrina

Democrats Should Focus On Jobs, Not Shirley Sherrod

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Race has dominated the political agenda for the last few days. And that’s exactly what Republicans want.

On the day that President Obama signed landmark legislation that cracks down on abuses on Wall Street and protects consumers, the media focused on the travails of a black federal government ...

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TAGS:
USDA
2010 Congressional elections
Democratic Party
economy
Republican Party
Obama, Barack
Wall Street
Congress
race

The Tea Party-Birther-Republican Connection

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Sign, signs. Everywhere signs.

When I saw the billboard that the Tea Partyers put up in Iowa with a picture of President Obama next to Lenin and Hitler, I thought of something that Chris Matthews has been saying on Hardball for the last few months.

The host of Hardball believes there is a concerted ...

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TAGS:
McCain, John
Obama, Barack
tea party
Vitter, David
Boehner, John
Matthews, Chris
health care
health care reform

Obama Laying Down the Law on Immigration, Oil Spill

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Usually it takes time but eventually every president learns for himself the hard way that he has to take names and kick some butt to succeed.

Presidents usually begin their tenures by trying to work together with Congress, the military, and the other players in national politics. But at some point,

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TAGS:
immigration reform
Arizona
health care
Afghanistan
McChrystal, Stanley
Congress
Obama, Barack
Gulf of Mexico
BP
oil
health care reform

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