Daily Archives: January 31, 2012

Reagan’s Campaign Manager: Gingrich was one of “most important players and most loyal to Ronald Reagan”

Ed Rollins, National Campaign Manager for President Reagan, sets the record straight about Newt’s work with Reagan: “I’m going to straighten it out once and for all: Gingrich was a very important congressional ally. Congressmen aren’t in the White House … Continue reading

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Students speak out for Newt Gingrich (video)

“I am going with the guy with the ideas”

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George Soros: Obama and Romney are about the same (and Gingrich is a threat to the radical left)

Straight form the mouth of the radical left’s chief sugar-daddy. Newt Gingrich responds on video  HERE and HERE.

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Study: 100% of Romney SuperPac Ads Are Negative

Smear campaign – Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG): The two super PACs supporting the top candidates were more divergent in their ad strategies. Restore our Future, supporting Romney, ran 4,969 spots, all of which were negative. The Gingrich-backing Winning our … Continue reading

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Art Laffer: Why Gingrich’s Tax Plan Beats Romney’s

Art Laffer is the economic genius behind the Reagan Recovery where 8 of the top 10 economic indicators showed almost unending growth for two decades. Read every last word carefully before you vote. Art Laffer at the Wall Street Journal: If … Continue reading

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ZeroHedge: Real Unemployment Rate 10%

ZeroHedge: What do the NAR, Consumer Confidence and CBO forecasts have in common? If you said, “they are all completely worthless” you are absolutely correct. Alas, the market needs to “trade” off numbers, which is why the just released CBO … Continue reading

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CBO another reports another $1 trillion deficit

It is enough to make one ill. Politico: The government faces a fourth year of trillion-plus deficits in 2012, according to new projections released Tuesday—numbers which also show little relief in the future unless Washington comes to grips with needed changes in … Continue reading

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