Daily Archives: August 18, 2010

Marco Rubio responds to Harry Reid’s Racebaiting

h/t Mark Levin Via Marco Rubio’s YouTube Channel; https://www.marcorubio.com/donate/ On August 10, Harry Reid said, “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican, okay? Do I need to say more?” The next day, U.S. Senate Republican candidate from Florida Marco Rubio responded to these remarks on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends.” […] Continue reading

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Why did Ron Paul lose in 2008?

In 2008 the Ron Paul Revolution burst onto the campaign trail in a frenzied grassroots blur. The ‘Champion of the Constitution’, ‘the Taxpayers best friend’, ‘Dr. No’ and ‘the Ultimate Conservative’, Dr. Congressman Ronald Paul of Texas was off and running for President of the united States. Continue reading

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We Remember.

Even when others don’t, we remember Via Keep America Safe.Com; The board members of Keep America Safe, Liz Cheney, Bill Kristol and Debra Burlingame announce the release of “We Remember,” an ad featuring first responders and family members of the victims of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 who are speaking out in opposition to the […] Continue reading

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Pelosi can’t party with all those pesky reporters asking the WRONG questions

Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi was at an event to celebrate the handing over of the 1.5 sq mi former Navy base Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay area to local city control. Mayor Gavin Newsom, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, and Pelosi were at the event to pat each other on the back on finally after […] Continue reading

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Revisiting Obama's Selective Pragmatism

Ironically, pragmatism, the quintessentially unprincipled philosophical movement, was born in America, the one country in human history and around the globe most explicitly tied to certain basic principles of community life – e.g., the existence … Continue reading

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GM – A Sucker's Bet?

GM is going back into the markets. GM is a new and improved car company and is back on its feet again. Is there a further elaboration of a dominant social theme we could muster? Perhaps there is: "Government knows what it is doing and President Ba… Continue reading

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The Genius of Murdoch

Rupert Murdoch is a full-on genius – as we have pointed out before. Having purchased the Wall Street Journal and implemented a pay wall, he now has to come up with compelling news and opinions to make the Journal worthwhile buying. We know he is … Continue reading

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What Lawyers & Judges Won’t Tell You About Juries

In 1670, the right of jurors to judge both the law and the facts became part of British constitutional law. It ultimately became part of American constitutional law as well, but you’d never know it listening to jury instructions today almost anywhere in the country. With only a few exceptions, juries are explicitly or implicitly told to worry only about the facts and let the judge decide the law. The right of jury nullification has become one of the legal system’s best kept secrets. Continue reading

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Big Brother: Obama Demands Access to Internet Records, in Secret, and Without Court Review

In yet another instance where Americans are urged to trust their political minders, the Obama administration is seeking authority from Congress that would compel internet service providers (ISPs) to turn over records of an individual’s internet activity for use in secretive FBI probes. Continue reading

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Sugar Beets- Monsanto Wins Again

Last Friday a federal judge imposed a nationwide ban on GMO sugar beets and it was overturned the next business day. Continue reading

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