April 2014
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Thoughts on the Passing of Andrew Breitbart

Hearing about the death of Andrew Breitbart was a punch in the gut, and only now have I caught my breath and gathered my thoughts enough to write about it.

As one of the leading lights of the New Media, he had a confrontational, no-holds-barred approach to journalism that I could only admire.  He used [...]


Today is National Doughnut Day.  That’s not important.  This piece about the New York Times being a religion is:

The Times has of late acted a great deal like a corrupt religious institution. This column has chronicled its often vicious and dishonest attempts–both on the editorial page and in the news sections, which Abramson will [...]

The True Purpose of ObamaCare II

I was thinking about posting more statements from individual Democrats supporting the idea that ObamaCare’s true purpose was to redistribute wealth from the less-deserving to the more deserving, but Byron York has gathered them all into one piece:

By talking openly about redistribution, Baucus and others have gone seriously off-message. Democrats knew there was no [...]

The True Purpose of ObamaCare

Max Baucus has the integrity to admit it:

“Too often, much of late, the last couple three years, the mal-distribution of income in American is gone up way too much, the wealthy are getting way, way too wealthy and the middle income class is left behind,” he said. “Wages have not kept up with increased [...]

Laughing Democrats

Ace discusses this.

They all seem quite pleased about this whole thing.  I’d be pretty embarrassed, myself.

ObamaCare Passed

President Obamessiah is about to sign a new healthcare bill into law. It’s time for a little plain talk.

This radical redefinition of 1/6th of the American economy puts the lie to the idea that Obama and the Democrat leaders in Congress are not seeking to push the country into socialism.  No serious thinker can [...]

Why Liberals Are So Condescending

The ultraconservative rag the Washington Post has published a must-read opinion piece on the liberal mindset:

It follows that the thinkers, politicians and citizens who advance conservative ideas must be dupes, quacks or hired guns selling stories they know to be a sham. In this spirit, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman regularly dismisses conservative [...]