Daily Archives: May 18, 2010

LA Lakers 128, Phoenix Suns 107; enough to shut the boycotters in LA up?

No, they eat their own You would think Lakers Coach Phil Jackson, a person who comes generally at life from the left side of the court, would be immune from leftist attack, especially from the leftists in Los Angeles. You’d be wrong. ESPN contributor J.A. Adande, not exactly a right-winger, was interviewing Coach Jackson on […] Continue reading

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Charles Krauthammer's  Fallacy

In a recent discussion about the war on drugs Charles Krauthammer, the most avidly conservative columnist in the nation's capital (and who writes for The Washington Post), defended the war by comparing the abuses associated with it – … Continue reading

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More Trading Curbs for NYSE

We wonder that anyone can report these issues with a straight face anymore. Well, obviously Reuters can. But at what point do observers finally say "enough" when it comes to regulatory democracy and its ever-evolving attempts to "fix&quo… Continue reading

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UK Surveillance State Deflates?

The idea that the British Queen herself – with a putative worth in the trillions – will apparently make such statements as these only adds to the strength of what we would have to believe is a considerable rhetorical reversal. Given the end… Continue reading

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AP: Rand Paul Wins Kentucky GOP Primary – by a huge margin!

Political novice Rand Paul jumped ahead in the Republican Senate primary in Kentucky on Tuesday, powered by tea party activists eager to jolt the establishment. Democratic Sens. Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania and Blanche Lincoln in Arkansas struggled uncertainly for nomination to new Senate terms.

Looks like a huge victory for Rand Paul in Kentucky! Constitutional Liberty Lovers around the globe are celebrating the win and working in their own districts to make sure that bailout voters are replaced with people who will protect and defend the Constitution and our Bill of Rights. Continue reading

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Welcome Nathan Dahm to Bartlesville on May 20th – Come Walk and Talk!

Meet & Greet / Fundraiser Nathan Dahm for Congress CD01 in Bartlesville http://www.nathandahm.com Date: Thursday – May 20, 2010 Time: 6PM-8PM (come and go) Block walking in Bartlesville in the afternoon also – join in the fun! Place: Bartlesville RSVP: 918.440.6876 (call to RSVP and for location details or email to sandiec99 [at] hotmail [dot] […] Continue reading

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10 Simple Ways to Reduce Federal Spending by $380 Billion

Why is it that when our elected representatives put their heads together to reduce federal spending, the best they can do is cut less than a tenth of one percent? Personally, I’m in favor of Chris Edwards’ new plan – eliminate $380 billion in spending… Continue reading

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Gag me with a spoon – UN gives advice to AZ now

We have asked nicely that you respect our borders and our laws. What part of rule of law, protecting our borders, ethical standards, not stealing from others, not taking advantage of others, protecting our sovereignty, moral values, and common courtesy do illegal aliens not understand.

We stand with Arizona in putting their foot down and doing what the federal government has failed to do since 911. The first thing that must happen is to secure our borders. The second thing that must happen is to remove economic incentives for industries to hire illegal aliens. The third thing that must happen is to forcibly remove anyone caught violating our immigration laws. No sanctuary cities, no free medical, no checks in the mail to mailboxes just across the border. Continue reading

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