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Kansas GOP Senator is in trouble, starts calling up every lobbyist he can

It’s a tough race for Senator Pat Roberts. After 18 years in the Senate he is in a political dogfight with independent candidate Greg Orman. Orman is leading right now by 10 points – in Kansas – this election. This year should have been a cakewalk for a GOP senator from the Sunflower State. But no.

Roberts isn’t going out without calling in every favor he can from K Street Washington however.

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Rand Paul: “These Barnacled Enablers Have Never Met A War They Didn’t Like” (Video)

It’s true. There is a predisposition toward war in the official corridors of Washington DC now. But this country was supposed to mind its own business. That was a founding principal.

We are about to make another mistake in the Middle East because our president (and nearly everyone else in DC) took the bait ISIS set. But let’s be honest, our “leaders” wanted to take the bait. Obama and McCain have been miffed ever since the people rose up and kept them from bombing Syria about this time last year.

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War on “ISIS” falling apart? Sen Corker’s takedown of Sec State Kerry, left Barbara Boxer “Shaking and Trembling” (Video)

Wow, things just got really weird in the Senate Intelligence Committee, and awesome. I am very pleased to see this. I think the move on ISIS is a political one and that is just tragic. It will be more tragic if we go in there. Obama has no legitimacy at this point domestically and has even less in the overseas arena. Frankly the administration appears willing to sacrifice the lives of Americans so that it can keep the Senate.

Yeah, I said it.

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GOP staffers seek to cash in as odds grow of Senate takeover

One of the points we try to make here at ACC is that it’s not that “bad” people are in government and that what we need are “good” people to come in and take the reins. It is of course a very good thing when we are lucky enough to have honest people representing us in Washington, and it does happen, but generally it is the system that is the problem. It is too large. It runs too much of our lives. There is too much power vested in Washington. This power attracts the power hungry like moths to a bug zapper and often corrupts the decent people who find themselves in DC.

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The Higher Education Monopoly

Does Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) really think that putting government in charge of college accreditation will make higher ed more competitive? Is he that naive?

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