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Should We Go to War in Syria?

As the Obama Administration lets on that it is planning US military action against Syria and our forces move in to position we do have to ask, is such a war necessary? First and foremost, is there any vital US interest at state in Syria?  To a certain extent, yes.  Syria’s government has long been […]

America’s Shame

From WWII veteran Delbert Belton survived being wounded in action during the Battle of Okinawa only to be beaten and left for dead by two teens at the Eagles Lodge in Spokane on Wednesday evening. Belton, 88, succumbed to his injuries Thursday morning at Sacred Heart Medical Center. The Spokane County Medical Examiner’s Office […]

Welfare Must End

Two things about welfare – first off, a Cato study which shows that in some States you can “earn” more being on welfare than by working a full time, minimum wage job.  Then a sensible, liberal critique of Cato pointing out that if Cato gets its way, low wage jobs will go to hordes of […]

Secession is the Answer

From the Washington Times: You’ve got North Carolina and North Dakota, so why not Northern Colorado? Voters in several rural Colorado counties will be asked whether they want to form a new state tentatively named Northern Colorado the November election, a reaction to the Democrat-controlled state legislature’s “war on rural Colorado.” The Weld County Commissioners […]

ObamaCare Train Wreck Update

Three bits of ObamaCare news today: Half of all ObamaCare statutory deadlines have been missed. Forever 21 is cutting the hours of some of their employees to 29.5 per week to avoid ObamaCare mandates.  These people were advised yesterday, August 18th, that their health benefits will terminate as of August 31st. More than 100,000 New […]

A Same Sex Marriage Clarification

Last night I foolishly allowed myself to be drawn in to an argument with one of our liberal commenters – always a risky action and something I tend to stay away from.  But in that argument, upon reflection, I realize that I was not being charitable.  I was not giving the liberal his/her due, as […]

The Failure of Democracy

Which is worse:  a democracy where minorities are oppressed or a dictatorship where minorities are protected?  Before you answer that question, do keep in mind that every single human being on earth is in the minority at some point – whether its because of your gender, skin color, religion, political beliefs or what have you, […]

Constitutional Rights Open Thread

If requiring an ID to vote is a violation of someone’s right to vote, then requiring a background check is a violation of someone’s right to bear arms. Discuss.

Our Incredible, Static Debt

This report from CNS states that while we were running a $98 billion deficit for the month of July, the national debt – per the Treasury – remained at exactly $16,699,396,000,000.00 during the whole month.  This is $25 million below the legally authorized debt limit. This is, also, not mathematically possible – the Treasury Secretary […]

You Want $15 an Hour for Flipping Burgers? There’s an Ap for That

From Singularity Hub: No longer will they say, “He’s going to end up flipping burgers.” Because now, robots are taking even these ignobly esteemed jobs. Alpha machine from Momentum Machines cooks up a tasty burger with all the fixins. And it does it with such quality and efficiency it’ll produce “gourmet quality burgers at fast food […]

The Hasan Debacle

Mark Steyn is cutting, as usual, in his discussion of the Hasan trial – he concludes his piece: …He’s admirably upfront about who and what he is — a “Soldier of Allah,” as he put on his business card. On Tuesday, he admitted he was a traitor who had crossed over from “the bad side” […]

McCain’s Folly

From PJ Media: In the eyes of tens of millions of Egyptians, Senators John McCain’s and Lindsey Graham’s recent words and deeds in Egypt — which have the “blessing” of President Obama — have unequivocally proven that U.S. leadership is aligning with the Muslim Brotherhood. Egyptian media is awash with stories of the growing anger […]

Is Going Golfing the Normal Response to a Pending Enemy Attack?

Ok, so just after we learn the NSA is spying on us, that the Benghazi scandal is worse than we thought and that the IRS scandal is right outside the Oval Office door, we get this story that al-Qaeda is about to launch the biggest attack since 9/11…politicians and talking heads are everywhere saying the […]

The Gipper

50 years later, and still no one has articulated the downside to big government better than the Gipper. Folks, since 1964 this country has spent over $15 trillion dollars on eradicating poverty and today, the poverty statistics are the same if not a little worse. It was reported not too long ago that 4 out […]

Global Warming Hoax Update

From Climate Depot: Unprecedented July Cold – Arctic Sees Shortest Summer On Record “Normally the high Arctic has about 90 days above freezing. This year there was less than half that,”  says Steven Goddard website. I know, I know – the cold in the Arctic is due to Global Warming – except for the increased […]

You Want Fries With That Socialism?

A lot of fast food workers went out on a wildcat strike today in several American cities.  Fox News’ Niel Cavuto interviewed one of the strikers (via Gateway Pundit): Shenita Simon: “Those that think we’re making so much money and if we follow a particular type of budget, I can’t afford to pay rent. I […]

The NSA and America’s Defensive Crouch

The House narrowly defeated an amendment today which would have ended the NSA’s surveillance program on Americans.  Zero Hedge has the list of those who vote aye and nay, so you can see which side of this your own Congresscritter fell (mine, a liberal Democrat – and long-term political hack here in my State – […]

The Noonan Plan to Fix Detroit

Its pretty easy: 1.  Reduce taxes and fees on businesses and individuals by 50%. 2.  Declare all abandoned real estate in the city to be public land and “homestead” it.  Any individual or married couple may stake a claim to any particular parcel of property and provided they build/refurbish a building on it within 5 […]

Sunday Open Thread

Just some politically conservative observations from a right wing extremist for us to discuss this weekend: - I think Friday’s IRS revelations could potentially be very harmful to the White House. When this story broke, the administration was hoping to convince people that it was the result of just a couple of rogue agents in […]

Obama, Zimmerman and Being Despicable

I hadn’t been commenting much over the past week as I was up in the Reno area visiting with family – but I did catch Obama’s comments on the Zimmerman case and they finally sank Obama down to “despicable” in my view. Think about this – logic and facts are all on Zimmerman’s side.  Polling […]

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