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Can the Constitution be Saved?

Charles Cooke notes that some on the right appear to be eagerly anticipating the time when a Republican President can invoke the “Obama rule” and just start doing whatever he or she pleases – and he doesn’t like it: …I am afraid that I consider this approach to be little short of suicidal, and I […]

Weekly Open Thread

A few topics to discuss: - ISIS beheads another American. How many more Americans need to be beheaded before Obama takes this seriously? - After 6 years of essentially doing nothing – Obama now deems immigration to be a crisis and promises to act unilaterally before the new Congress is sworn in. Polls show that […]

We Just Can’t Work With Liberals

Over at Free Beacon, Sonny Bunch notes a recent article by Jonathan Chait wherein Chait demonstrates his abiding hatred of all persons Republican. Meanwhile, we have the Gruber revelations that bald-faced lies were used to enact ObamaCare. The question I ask is: how can we work with people who hate us and will flat-out lie […]

Weekly Open Thread

Mark is quite prolific at posting thought provoking articles, so much so that it is hard to keep up with. Thus, I have decided to take on the difficult task of posting a weekly open thread and considering the current state of chaos in our body politic there is much to discuss. Take for example […]

Does Merit Lead to Success?

Very interesting article by Robin Hanson: How much does merit contribute to success? A rosy view is that success is mostly due to merit, while a dark view is that success is mostly not due to merit, but instead due to what we see as illicit factors, such as luck, looks, wit, wealth, race, gender, […]

Massive GOP Win; So, Now What?

First and foremost, boys and girls: be realistic. No, there won’t be an impeachment of Obama (and, anyways, even if we could, do you really think we’d want to relieve the Democrats of the Obama albatross at this point?). No, there won’t be a repeal of ObamaCare: Obama would veto any such proposal (or anything […]

Open Thread… What Happens Next?

To start, I believe Obame will push his executive order for amnesty. He has nothing to lose now. Then the Senate Democrats will remove the nuclear option from the Senate – a 60 vote majority to end the filibuster. Remember, we have to “protect the voting rights of the minority party”. Your thoughts and predictions.

2014 Mid-Terms Open Thread

Ok, so here we go – the Big Day. Or, as Democrats have put it over the last couple days: The Day The Racist, Sexist, Homophobic GOP Doesn’t Really Win Because We Never Cared About This Election, Anyways. So There! Will it be a blow out? Not sure. The thing to look for if that […]

A 680 Member House of Representatives?

It is, at least, proposed: The American public’s dislike of Congress is far from a new development in US politics. However, over the past few years the situation has gotten even worse with public approval of this institution hovering around historic lows. The vast majority of citizens in this country think most members of Congress […]

Remember Obame’s Go To Answer For Everything: “It’s Bush’s Fault!”?

You wait long enough, the TRUTH comes out. The TRUTH just slams through the lies and misinformation of the PREGRESSIVE Left. The New York Federal Reserve Bank released: UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE GREAT RECESSION Their...Show More Summary

Obama Losing Yet Another War

Libya turned out disastrously and, of course, Obama completely threw away the victory President Bush had won in Iraq. We all know the fate of Afghanistan will likely be an Islamist take-over shortly after our final departure and, now, it is clear that we’re not doing nearly what is necessary to beat ISIS: While it […]

A Time For Choosing Plus Elbert Guillory

Just to remind us all why we’re not liberals: After that, let’s take a look at a new ad from Elbert Guillory: We are still in the same battle the Reagan rallied us for in 1964 – the names have changed, a little, but the guilty are still the same, and the principals to be […]

End the Death Penalty, and Life Imprisonment?

The other day, Pope Francis yet again caused a bit of a stir: Pope Francis called for abolition of the death penalty as well as life imprisonment, and denounced what he called a “penal populism” that promises to solve society’s problems by punishing crime instead of pursuing social justice. “It is impossible to imagine that […]

What Media Bias? Part 199

Got this over at Ace of Spades: So yesterday a Hamas supporter drove his car into a pack of people near a Jerusalem train station and killed a baby. That baby is — was, rather — reportedly an American citizen… …You will not believe the headlines AP gave to this story. Take 1: Israeli police […]

We’re All Victims

America’s most famous Native American with high cheek bones is on the stump getting traction with the low information voter: “The game is rigged, and the Republicans rigged it,” That’s right folks. After six years of corporatizing health care, driving up premiums, increasing the cost of living, overseeing the decline of the average wage of […]

Ferguson Update

Why it’s always best to wait and see how things develope: The police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., two months ago has told investigators that he was pinned in his vehicle and in fear for his life as he struggled over his gun with Mr. Brown, according to government officials briefed […]

Karl Rove’s Silence About Saddam’s WMDs?

Quite a lot of people are upset about this: Starting in 2004, some members of the George W. Bush administration and Republican lawmakers began to find evidence of discarded chemical weapons in Iraq. But when the information was brought up with the White House, senior adviser Karl Rove told them to “let these sleeping dogs […]

Liberal Fascism Update

I wish I could say this is unbelievable, but its actually getting rather common: The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in […]

Defending Columbus

A lot of people just don’t like the guy – including a family member of mine who has a significant amount of Native American blood. But I do think that he’s gotten a bit of a bad rap and someone should stand up to defend him. First off, the modern picture being built up of […]

Wasting Time Dying

You might have heard the story of Brittany Maynard, the 29 year old newlywed who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and who plans on killing herself on November 1st. It appears that her decision to kill herself in a very public manner is in service to her ideological desire that the laws of the […]

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