goLeft.tv, Progressives On Parade

You have to see what the left is up to. The things they believe. This is what they call ‘progressive’ politics. Nice word, but that’s about it as far as anything progressive from this bunch. Please don’t take my word for it. See and hear it, in their own words. The Mainstream Media Is Dead: …

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What New Direction, What Plan B?

Hardly perceptible over the noise of the day, here is the ‘Plan B’ Democrats have been asking for. Of course they won’t like it either. Of course they haven’t given us their Plan A yet, let alone Plan B. Karen Hanretty on The Hill’s Pundit Blog sums it up like this . . . Democrats …

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When Good News Is Bad News Politically

How would you like to be in the position that when good progress is made in the war, that it hurts your political party? Back in the old days, Americans of both parties would welcome good news and would celebrate a win together. But that’s not going to be the case where the war in …

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Progress In Iraq? Oh No.

From the New York Times to liberals’ eyes. I don’t know how this got past the filter but it did. Yet now the administration’s critics, in part as a result, seem unaware of the significant changes taking place.Here is the most important thing Americans need to understand: We are finally getting somewhere in Iraq, at …

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The Energy Policy That Isn’t

When talking about environmental concerns, you want less pollution. So how is it that when talking energy policy you also want less energy? When countries grow, they require more energy, not less. Like food, you can’t grow if you don’t have any food. America’s domestic oil production is declining, importation of oil is rising, and …

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