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About Todd

Todd Kinsey is a political consultant and conservative commentator whose articles have appeared in many leading publications, both print and electronic. His work has been cited by prominent media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times, the Washington Post and U.S. Daily Review. You can contact him by email: todd@toddkinsey.com

Currency

Currency is a Cussleresque adventure that leads the reader on a search for treasure, sex and international intrigue. Todd Wood has used his vast knowledge of financial markets and America’s growing debt crisis to create an intense backdrop for his … Continue reading

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Story of a Secret State

A powerfully heroic tale of bravery and patriotism. Most of the time when we think about the “greatest generation” we think about America’s efforts in WWII. Far too often we forget about the brave resistance that sprung up throughout Europe. … Continue reading

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Spying in America

I use Grammarly – the best plagiarism checker out there – because being unoriginal is the eighth deadly sin.   Spying in America is a brilliantly concise overview of our nation’s clandestine services. In one quick read Sulick has highlighted both our … Continue reading

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How Government Pays for Things | Government 101 Series

You can’t go anywhere and not here people talking about Obamacare and health insurance right now. Many are finding themselves shocked at the dramatic rise in the cost of insurance now that portions of the Affordable Care Act have taken … Continue reading

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Akhmed & the Atomic Matzo Balls

The only thing politically correct about Gary Buslik’s novel Akhmed & the Atomic Matzo Balls is the equal opportunity in which he attacks, well – everything. Buslik lambastes liberals, conservatives, world politics, religion, Gilligan and higher education with hilarious impunity. … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Government Ammunition Purchases are Backdoor Gun Control

Seemingly every week there’s a new headline reporting that another government agency has made a massive purchase of ammunition. The Department of Homeland Security has led the way purchasing nearly two-billion rounds of ammunition over the last year. Nearly every … Continue reading

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There’s a Science to the Art of Communication

Some say communication is an art while others claim it’s a science. James Farwell’s Persuasion and Power, the Art of Strategic Communication proves that there is a science to the art of communication. Farwell fills this volume with relevant examples … Continue reading

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Continuing Evolution of TKC

Now that I’ve been elected to office, this site will quite naturally undergo a few changes in its continuing evolution. When I look back at the old site I am amazed at how far we’ve come in just a few … Continue reading

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God Bless the USA and the brave men who defend her

In August of 1987 my family waited anxiously with me at the gate as I waited to board a plane taking me to U.S. Army Basic Training. I was nervous, excited and a little scared at the adventure that awaited … Continue reading

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Romney: “I’ve done it before and I’ll do it again”

There have been several famous presidential debates throughout American history: Lincoln – Douglas, Kennedy – Nixon, Reagan – Carter, and now Romney – Obama. Republican nominee Mitt Romney so thoroughly defeated President Obama last night it was reminiscent of a … Continue reading

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Obama: “Words Matter”

To steal a phrase from Al Gore, it is an inconvenient truth for President Obama that Words Matter. The video below shows the president making promises juxtaposed with the breaking of those promises. In fact, President Obama has broken so … Continue reading

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Sorry Mr. President but We’ve Heard it All Before

This week the DNC is hosting their national convention and they are going to try and convince the American people that we should double down and bet on the failed policies of the last four years. Well I’m sorry Mr. … Continue reading

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George Stephanopoulos says there is no media bias

Over at Brietbart they have video of a reporter from the Media Research Center asking liberal George Stephanopoulos if he believes there is any bias in the media. The little weasel half-heartedly says “no,” then asks where the reporter is … Continue reading

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Massachusetts billboard features child flipping off President Obama

Via: HANSON (CBS) – Free speech or offensive? Those are two viewpoints regarding three political billboards in Hanson that are getting the attention of everyone who drives by Sullivans Inc., a motorcycle accessories distributor off Route 27. WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s … Continue reading

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Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law

If there was ever any doubt that the Democrats are going to pull out all the stops to keep President Obama in the White House you need look no further than today’s ruling from Washington D.C. The Houston Chronicle is … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Know Best

It is always an honor when I am asked by an author or publisher to review a book. This is the fourth occasion I have had the privilege of reviewing a book and I must say, I was not disappointed. … Continue reading

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Real Immigration Reform

There is no question that America now faces a vast range of difficult problems; the economy, unemployment, Social Security, Medicare, and healthcare are pushing our great country to the breaking point. However, there is an underlying problem which is a … Continue reading

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I’ll show you mine if you show me yours…

Over the past several weeks the Obama campaign, if full desperation mode, has been leveling all sorts of baseless accusations at Mitt Romney. Team Obama is also demanding that Romney release all manner of documents; from tax returns to documentation … Continue reading

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The race to replace Ron Paul suddenly becomes clear

Galveston, TX- The race to replace retiring Republican Congressman Ron Paul in Texas’ 14th District has come into focus tonight. Brazoria County residents Randy Weber and Felicia Harris have emerged from a crowded field and will face off against each … Continue reading

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Fallen Warrior

Thomas Jefferson once quipped that the tree of liberty must be refreshed with the blood of patriots.America, and the rest of that world for that matter, is fortunate that the warrior culture has remained strong throughout our history despite the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Poem

For my brother’s in arms: From midst the barren earth, here overthrown In these sad clods, which on the ground do lie Three thousand soldiers’ holy souls are flown And to a happier mansion gone on high Here when they … Continue reading

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Forward – Into the Valley of Death…

I was doing some reading today about the history of America’s education system. While dated, the article was quite interesting and touched on a variety of topics but primarily focused on how reading is taught to students and the amount … Continue reading

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George Clooney to host Obama fundraiser in his Los Angeles home

Showing just how elitist and out of touch President Obama and the left have become; the Obama campaign sent out a fundraising email this evening announcing that George Clooney would be hosting a fundraiser for President Obama at his home … Continue reading

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RINO ALERT – Liberal Democrat Judge Wayne Mallia trying to steal Republican nomination

This Op-ed originally appeared at the Patriot Statesman Texas Edition The 2012 Republican Primary is just over a month away and there are a number of races where lifelong liberal Democrats have decided to change parties in a desperate attempt … Continue reading

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Communists.com Redirects Users to Obama 2012 Website

The Obama 2012 campaign has a serious problem; the web address communists.com redirects users to the President’s campaign splash page. Don’t believe me? Type the address into your browser for yourself and see what happens. While it is quite common for … Continue reading

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