Author Archives: Bart DePalma

About Bart DePalma

Bart DePalma is a solo country attorney practicing in the mountain town of Woodland Park, CO. Bart publishes the Citizen Pamphleteer blog and his new book Never Allow A Crisis To Go To Waste: Barack Obama and the Evolution of American Socialism was released December 2011.

Coming Soon To A GOP Campaign Ad On Your TV

On MSNBC, Obama just cut another future GOP campaign ad securely tying the Democrat Senate to the mast of his sinking political ship. Barack Obama just cannot help himself. This incredibly narcissistic president must actually believe that all the Democrat … Continue reading

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Denying The Messiah

Jeopardy answer: What do Kentucky Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes and Monty Python have in common.

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Obamacare Junk Insurance Update

Last spring, our President assured us that his socialized health insurance plan was working just fine and was providing health insurance coverage for millions: The Democrat media is just beginning to get a clue that this was yet another lie. … Continue reading

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This Is Just TOO Rich

On Tuesday, President Barrack Obama held fundraiser at the $26 million mansion of billionaire Rich Richman (his real name) selling dinner at $10,000 a plate and photos with The One at $32,400 a pop to other millionaires and billionaires. During … Continue reading

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The 2014 Tsunami Election Approaches Shore

National Public Radio sponsors a bipartisan poll of 1,000 likely voters jointly run by Republican Whit Ayres of Resurgent Republic and Democrat Stan Greenberg of Democracy Corps. This poll covers a dozen states with highly contested Senate races – Alaska, … Continue reading

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Most Powerful Campaign Commercial Of 2014

The most powerful indictment of our self-appointed progressive ruling class I have ever seen in a campaign commercial. There are Academy Streets all across this country in white, black and hispanic communities that the Democrat press never shows you. Ensconced … Continue reading

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Nearly 25% Of Prime Working Age Americans Are Unemployed

Historically, our prime working years are between 25 and 55 years of age. Most of our education and initial work experience is behind us. We can start earning serious money and raise a family. For nearly 30 million Americans, this … Continue reading

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