Democrats, Droning and Snipers

The Left is having a hissy fit, getting their panties all in a bunch over the movie “American Sniper,” and how Chief Kyle saved hundreds of lives.

This picture lays it out. Don’t know what is wrong with Democrats, but they sure are strange.

sniper v drone

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Hillary, Feminism and the Presidency


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Good question.[…]

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The Left and the Second Amendment

The Left doesn’t like that Americans other than they can own guns. The noisiest of these Lefties have armed bodyguards, armored limos, and kids, homes & money behind armed guards.

But no one expects less than full-frontal hypocrisy from them anyway, so let’s leave that aside.

Lefty actors make millions showing us onscreen that guns solve problems created by violent bad guys. But they tell us offscreen that this is fantasy.

What’s the problem? FBI statistics show us exactly the same thing: More Guns Less Crime.

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Worst crime: Gun […]

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The “Coming Crisis of Europe” is not Monetary

George Friedman of Stratfor, a global intelligence company, writes on the coming “Crisis of Europe,” seeing the now-leaked “QE” monetary policy as problematic, and for quite legitimate reasons.

While Friedman’s is an interesting analysis worth reading, and with which it is difficult to find fault, it overlooks a greater issue that lies even deeper. For currencies, cultures, traditions and prosperity to come to the people of europe – whatever “europe” may be – an additional resource must exist, and that is … the people of europe. Currencies, cultures, exports, jobs all require fertility; europe has none.

Fixing […]

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How the GOP Ought to Respond to Obama’s 2015 SOTU

An unthinkably intelligent GOP response to Obama’s 2015 SOTU would be succinct and based directly on the Constitution, as follows:


The leadership of the body that makes American law would like to thank the head of the branch that executes American law for coming here tonight to provide his views and recommendations.

When the – superior – governments of the Several States, via the ratification of the Constitution, created the – inferior – federal government by granting it specific, enumerated powers, the States granted all legislative – lawmaking – power to the […]

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Obama and Paris in Pictures












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America’s Second Revolution – by a Canadian pundit

Subject: Canadian Op-Ed

This Canadian has a profound insight of our mid-term election results! Excellent summary of where we stand and the transformation of this country.
By Marc Patrone, Sun News network
America is on the edge of a second revolutionary war. It may not be bloody like the first one, but it will be hugely important. Some might suggest it’s more a civil war, but with liberty and the constitution hanging in the balance, revolution seems a more appropriate comparison. There are no British troops or monarchy to fight this time.
The ‘shot heard around the world’ wasn’t fired
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un-PC NFL Team Names

Purportedly from a Letter to the Editor re: a Clarence Page column in the Chicago Tribune.

Dear Mr. Page:

I agree with our Native American population. I am highly insulted by the racially charged name of the Washington Redskins. One might argue that to name a professional football team after Native Americans would exalt them as fine warriors, but nay, nay. We must be careful not to offend, and in the spirit of political correctness and courtesy, we must move forward.

Let’s ditch the Kansas City Chiefs, the Atlanta Braves and the Cleveland Indians. If your shorts are in a […]

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Debt & Boomers

An often-made point on my blog is the negative effect of the Baby Boomer generation, that generation born between 1945 and 1964, on society generally. Speech Codes started with the once-Free-Speech Boomer cohort, evolving to be codes requiring un-free speech. The entire factory of empathy for enemies & criminals has grown from them, as has the ridiculousness of going to “war” and not killing our enemies – a GOP/Dem joint protocol that did not start with Baby Boomers, but which has been perfected by Boomer presidents of both parties in Bush43 and Obama.

Look around at the nonsense being peddled […]

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Why do we Vote for the GOP?

I’m a Republican. Or I guess, I used to be.

Unlike today’s GOP, I’m a limited government guy: If it isn’t in the Enumerated Powers, the government has no business being involved with it.

And unlike today’s GOP, I’m a limited spending guy. You know the $8T of additional Obama Debt? Well, since the 2010 election ALL of that has been spent under appropriation bills or CRs passed by a GOP House.

“Obama’s” debt? Nope: Boehner’s.

But the biggest problem I have with the GOP is what is called their “Communications Department.” If a worse PR organization exists on planet […]

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