Category Archive: Politics

What Do You Think?

New gun ad, check it out;

Good thing they did not find dad’s crotchless panties and fishnet stockings. Is that dildo loaded?



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Mississippi Burning

You guys been watching the goings on in Mississippi? Cochran beat McDaniel narrowly in a very close Republican primary. Cochran is the old dyed in the wool politician, the guy that has been there for a hundred years, embedded in greed and cronyism, dead wood, the kind of guy that term limits were designed for. McDaniel was the young, energetic, Tea Party guy, the guy that recognizes the disease DC is infected with, the guy … Read more

If we can’t outright disolve it, this works

It looks like many others are figuring out that the checks and balances of our constitutional republic have been broken down by the rise of the nanny state, and in particular, the problems that this new fourth power branch – the unelected and unaccountable government bureaucrat – cause to our rights and freedoms are being shown by the abuse of power rampant through the Obama administration. In particular, we have the most powerful entity in … Read more

The Man Who Can’t be King

SCOTUS again today. The Court struck down — unanimously — the President’s “recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. I wrote about this before. Congress was in pro forma session and refusing to consider the President’s appointments to various agencies. The President argued they were effectively in recess and appointed people anyway. The Court has now unanimously struck that down with Scalia basically trashing the entire idea of recess appointments as an anachronism. … Read more

SCOTUS Protects Our Phones

A lot of breaking news today, so short posts while I prepare two big ones. The Court will be issuing its biggest decisions over the next week. Today they ruled against Aero (and much as I like the idea of Aero, I kind of see their point). But the most important decision they handed down was in Riley v. California. The Court decided — unanimously — that cops need a warrant to search your … Read more

Obamanomics On the March

The economy contracted almost three percent in the first quarter, the worst quarter since the end of the Great Recession. Maybe it’s a blip, but that is a scary number. I’m sure the Obama defenders will blame it on the cold weather but I’m pretty sure we had cold weather in the past. Eventually, this will be Bush’s fault. Or “austerity”.

This is horrible news, whatever your politics. While I oppose Obama, I want the … Read more

These people want to handle your medical records and decisions

Another congressional hearing, and the IRS rep is again lying through his teeth. If you ask me what the greatest talent of the Obama administration’s members is, I will have to say it is engaging in any kind of criminal activity and then lying about it. These people apparently can’t have one of the organizations that holds the power to destroy every citizen’s life hold on to basic information, yet this agency demands we … Read more

I couldn’t come up with a better parody than the real thing does

Can’t pass on pointing out where progressivism always leads to, and never disappointing, is news about the once great city of Detroit. Seems the problem there is that people on the dole not being able to pay their water bills, and the UN apparently will have to step in (not kidding):

DETROIT (WWJ) – It’s a basic human right: water. But could the United Nations soon help the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department provide

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Ryan Unloads

Paul Ryan unloaded on the IRS commissioner during last week’s hearings. It’s pretty sweet:

I’ll tell you what really got me about this video: the arrogant smug look on that fuck Koskinen’s face. That’s the look of a man who knows he’s full of it and who knows he has Democrats on the committee who will carry his water for him. He clearly doesn’t give a damn that he has lied to Congress, misled them, … Read more

It matters all the time you idiots!

I see that even the NYT is forced to admit that not every higher education field of study provides the same earning potential, albeit, the author prefixes this indubitable fact with the excuse that somehow it only matters in times of a recession. That’s bullshit. No, not the admission that degrees ins some fields are worth far more than others , but that this only happens to be the case during a recession.

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