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The Gift that Keeps Giving? If Elected to U.S. Senate, Sheriff Joe Arpaio will to Revive Birther Movement, Challenge Barack Obama's Presidency

Photo courtesy of Sheriff Joe Arpaio for U.S. Senate Website NPR reports that Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County (Arizona) sheriff who is running for U.S. Senate in Arizona, says that once elected, he will renew his quest to demonstrate… … Continue reading

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It's All Obama's Fault

  “My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over.” When President Ford pardoned Richard Nixon for "all offenses against the United States," he stated that it was out of concern for the "immediate future of this great country."  He … Continue reading

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How Donald Trump will Reverse Obama's Failed Foreign Policy Strategy | The National Interest

President Obama’s foreign policy was notable for headline-grabbing deals with enemies such as Iran and Cuba, and the abandonment of dissidents there and elsewhere. But under the radar, his administration’s trademark was promoting progressive pet projects as new national-security priorities, … Continue reading

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A Texas Oil and Gas Attorney Reviews Oil and Gas Depletion Allowances and the Effect of Obama's Proposed Removal of Percentage Depletion from the US Tax Code

Texas oil and gas attorneys are watching with trepidation as Obama seeks to cripple domestic mineral production with his ill-conceived policies. In our previous post, we discussed the Obama administration's push to eliminate some of the tax subsidies that oil … Continue reading

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Obama's New Populism: Will Nothing Make Me Happy?

— Posted by Neil H. Buchanan Last Friday, I commented on the possibility that President Obama will be the beneficiary of lowered expectations, with even fierce left-of-center critics like Paul Krugman giving him too much credit for proposals that are … Continue reading

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