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Former President Bill Clinton makes a point during appearance at a high school in Aurora, Colo., to promote Colorado's Democratic candidates in the upcoming general election on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014.  Former President Bill Clinton urged Democrats to ignore polls showing their party is unlikely to retain control of the U.S. Senate. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Gardner, the New Republican doesn’t spend even 1 percent of his time talking about what a Republican-led Senate would accomplish. You can understand why. That would be real fear-mongering


“Criminals are universally unpopular, and they can’t vote,” is an axiom for elected officials, explained former Mississippi state Supreme Court Justice James Robertson told the Clarion-Ledger. His state’s prison population has gone up 300 percent in the last three decades.

REAGAN: Profile or die

October 23, 2014

Since our government won’t profile Islamic terrorists, as Israel does, we have to start doing some basic profiling on our own. It’s the only way to defend our families and ourselves.