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Question of the day

March 7, 2010 The Watcher 0

Neo-Neocon writes, answering the question as to whether President Obama has done irreversible harm to the country:  But Obama has become a loose cannon, and American is suddenly not the rock it used to be. And I wonder if we ever again will be regarded in the same way. Instapundit [Read More]

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Education Blues

November 21, 2008 The Watcher Emeritus 4

This weeks two winning entries span both sides of the latest Presidential election. On the pre-election side political science professor Paul Kengor discusses the impact that academia had on the youth vote that turned out overwhelmingly for Barack Obama. Noting how we won the cold war yet lost the war [Read More]

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes

November 12, 2008 The Watcher Emeritus 3

Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes (Turn and face the strain) Ch-ch-Changes Don’t want to be a richer man Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes (Turn and face the strain) Ch-ch-Changes Just gonna have to be a different man Time may change me But I can’t trace time Oh yes, welcome to the first post-election week Watcher of Weasels event. [Read More]

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Watching the ACORNs Fall From the Obama Tree

October 15, 2008 The Watcher Emeritus 3

Watchers Council submissions are submitted in a week where the mainstream media had been dragged reluctantly into reporting the ACORN voter fraud scandal. Now the media can return to the same MO of reporting and running; a pattern that has been seen repeatedly as the media seeks to run away [Read More]

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Winners Discuss Topics the Media Refuses to Cover

October 10, 2008 The Watcher Emeritus 4

The preceding week was so eventful I decided to put the synopsis below the winning entries. Surmise it to say that the financial crisis, a media that continues to whitewash the associations of Barack Obama, a GOP candidate that continues to miss opportunity after opportunity to confront Barack Obama with [Read More]