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Robert Cleveland

I am the IT Director for a nationwide document management solutions company, and a devoted husband and father. I am also a news junkie, always trying to stay up on the goings-on in politics in the United States and across the world.

I have an utterly useless BA in Liberal Studies from Cal State Bakersfield, and a Master's Degree in Information Systems from the University of Phoenix.

I'm always focused on my true loves: politics, my wife, technology, and my daughters (not in that order).

In my free time (what little of it I have), I love to write about politics - you can find my writings here on my blog, at RightWingNews.com, and at ANDMagazine.com.

I am also featured every Thursday afternoon at 1:00 PM on the Jaz McKay show on KNZR Radio

Ahmadinejad criticized by his own

Iran’s president, Majmoud Ahmadinejad, is now being criticized by hard-line Muslims considered to be his allies. Why? Because he was seen on television watching a song-and-dance routine at the opening ceremonies of the Asian games. Why does this merit criticism? Because Islamic law forbids women to sing and dance before […]

The PC police are back

CAIR (the Council on American Islamic Relations) has been making a big stink about a recent incident where 6 imams were removed from a US Airways flight and questioned by authorities due to “suspicious activity”. Apparently, the imams had been praying very loudly in the terminal, and some witnesses said […]

Changing Times

From the message boards at lauraingraham.com: Scenario: Johnny & Mark get into a fist fight1973-Crowd gathers. Mark wins. Johnny and Mark shake hands and end up best friends2006-Police called, SWAT team arrives, arrests Johnny and Mark. Charge them with assault, both expelled Scenario: Jeffrey won’t be still in class1973-Jeffrey sent […]

Planned Child Abuse

I just found this today, and it is disturbing, to say the least. When Enron energy traders were caught on tape taking perverse joy in a natural disaster that caused energy prices to go up. The tapes were all over the media. The public was outraged. Eventually, Enron was brought […]

An election lost, but not won

There are several points I’d like to cover about yesterday’s election, so I’ll try to be as concise as I can… On the issue of voter fraud, the Democrats are surprisingly silent. Prior to the election we found that, despite their rhetoric about the Iraq war, the Democrats are in […]

I Voted…

And I’ve gotta tell you, it was a bit disappointing. The voting station activation card worked as designed, all of the boxes were lined up properly, and the paper print-out of the ballot matched my choices exactly. It was kind of a disappointing experience, given all of the allegations of […]

If the Democrats win on Tuesday…

I hate voting against someone. I’d much rather have someone to vote for…which is why I’m glad I live here in Kern County, where Kevin McCarthy, an exceptional conservative Republican, is running for the House of Representatives. It bothers me greatly that conservative pundits have been reduced to “vote Republican […]