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Jon Stewart, Reagan-Mocking Obama Hack

Posted by on | July 31, 2015 | No Comments

In November of 2002, Washington Post reporter-editor Bob Woodward unveiled excerpts of his latest book, “Bush at War,” and created a big stir by revealing that Fox News boss Roger Ailes had sent a “back-channel message” to the Bush White House shortly after 9/11. He had insisted the president talk tough against the terrorists. The [...]

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Desperate Dems Recycle Planned Parenthood’s Mammogram Lie

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The gruesome hits keep coming for the baby butchers of Planned Parenthood. President Obama and his top health officials have one last-ditch response left:__ Quick, hide behind the imaginary mammogram machine!__ As more graphic, money-grubbing undercover videos of Planned Parenthood’s for-profit aborted baby parts racket emerge thanks to the investigative work of the Center for [...]

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Asymmetrical Politics: Republicans Act Like an Unruly Mob, Democrats Like a Regimented Army

Posted by on | July 31, 2015 | No Comments

As the presidential campaign heats up, and we head into the first debate among the 16 declared Republican candidates, there is an asymmetry between the two political parties. Republican voters have been seething with discontent toward their party’s officeholders and have not become enchanted with any one of 15 more or less conventional politicians who [...]

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With Republicans Like These

Posted by on | July 31, 2015 | No Comments

The Export-Import Bank is the height of crony capitalism. The bank uses taxpayer subsidies to make it possible for some American companies to sell their manufactured wares overseas at a lower price. It leads to absurd results like Boeing being able to sell its planes to foreign airliners at a cheaper rate than American aviation [...]

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Plunder and Deceit

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Can we simultaneously love our children and betray their generation and generations unborn? Do I have your attention? I hope so, but I can’t take credit for that lead. I stole it from Page 1 of Mark Levin’s new book, “Plunder and Deceit: Big Government’s Exploitation of Young People and the Future.” Conservatives have long [...]

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Killing Them

Posted by on | July 30, 2015 | No Comments

“The sick irony of President Barack Obama’s administration is that he often compares himself to Abraham Lincoln. But he is perfectly happy to let Planned Parenthood sell off black children in bits and pieces as property.” We have passed the point where Nazi comparisons are inappropriate. In the latest video about Planned Parenthood, if you [...]

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Drew Storen, Jonathan Papelbon, and the closer conundrum

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By Paul Mirengoff (Paul Mirengoff) This year, the Washington Nationals were expected to be runaway winners of the NL East and strong contenders to win the World Series. They may yet live up to these expectations, but they haven’t so far. One reason is injuries — to Jayson Werth, Denard Span, Ryan Zimmerman, Anthony Rendon, [...]

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Prop 104: Light Rail Reduces Transit Effectiveness

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By: Howard Sprague The notion that light rail makes a worthwhile contribution to the mobility of persons who depend on public transportation is erroneous. Light rail merely steals bus riders already using transit. For the 10 years prior to the opening of rail service, bus ridership grew at an average rate of 5.6% per year. In 1997, there [...]

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Light Rail Reduces Transit Effectiveness

Posted by on | July 30, 2015 | No Comments

By: Howard Sprague The notion that light rail makes a worthwhile contribution to the mobility of persons who depend on public transportation is erroneous. Light rail merely steals bus riders already using transit. For the 10 years prior to the opening of rail service, bus ridership grew at an average rate of 5.6% per year. In 1997, [...]

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AP US History back to admitting that America is, in fact, exceptional.

Posted by on | July 30, 2015 | No Comments

Judging from the sheer amount of whining going on later in this Newsweek article, this decision by The College Board (the company that does the AP tests) sounds like a reasonably big deal: “The company behind Advanced Placement courses for U.S. high school students will release a revision to the standards for AP U.S. history on [...]

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