Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Battle for the Senate

With  just over one month until election day,  we can safely say that Republicans will take back the House, barring some unfortunate strain of plague that only attacks Republicans running for office.  But what about the Senate? After Christine O’Donnell’s … Continue reading

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Christie’s Crusade

It was the night of November 3, 2009 I returned to my house from work around 10:30 PM. I came in shut the door, took out my keys, took out my wallet, put them on the table, and traveled over … Continue reading

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Letter from the Editor

Hi my name is Jim Banks and I am this year’s Editor-in-Chief of our newsletter, The Right Wing. After a one year hiatus, we’re bringing The Right Wing back better than ever. It’s a big task, but I’m ready and … Continue reading

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The Right Wing, Number 1 September 2010

The Right Wing, Number 1 September 2010 Click the link above to view the First Edition of The Right Wing in 2010!

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Restoring Honor, One Rally at a Time?

This Labor Day weekend, Washington DC might seem quiet. But one week ago, the city was alive as hundreds of thousands of Americans descended upon the city for the Restoring Honor rally. One could say that Glenn Beck was like … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Recovery

The Obama Administration has called Summer 2010 the “Summer of Recovery.”  While the economic numbers are remaining stagnant, there is a very different recovery on the way. As of right now, it appears likely that in the 2010 Midterm Elections … Continue reading

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