25 Years In Rubble

(Note: I intended to post this first thing in the morning, but got sidetracked. Well, it’s up before midnight, right?)

It was 25 years ago today that the Berlin Wall, the symbol of the Communist conquest of Eastern Europe, came tumbling down. With it, eventually, went one of most evil … Read more

And Still………..

I know, there is bias in the MSM, and water is wet, no insight is needed to recognize the obvious, but it highlights not only the extraordinary night last Tuesday, but more generally the obstacles erected to confound any GOP win in any election. Liberal bias permeates almost every facet of American culture, how did this happen?

Conservatives have long believed American culture is entrenched with a liberal bias, only to be scoffed at

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What Kelo Hath Wrought, Part 487

Take this as one of your semi-regular opportunities to say, “Fuck you, John Paul Stephens”:

James Dupree is a world-renowned artist and native son of Philadelphia, who is about to see his art studio turned into a grocery store, thanks to the rubber-stamp review that passes for judging when his city exercises the power of eminent domain.

James’ artistic accomplishments are truly awesome. He has five paintings in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum

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Bad Plebs! Bad bad plebs!

So last night was a big deal for the Republicans. In the Senate, they surged to 52 seats, with one run-off (Louisiana) and two races that are too close to call (Alaska and Virginia). We’re probably looking at 53-54 seat majority. They will probably also gain about ten seats in the House. They won governor’s mansions in Maryland, Illinois and Massachusetts. They lost Pennsylvania mostly because Corbett was extremely unpopular (and deservedly so).

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How Malloy plans to steal the CT elections

As I expected, the donkeys in CT are going to use Hartford to make sure the election of Malloy and some of his closest cronies is in the bag:

Hartford voters reported a slew of problems at the polling locations first thing on Tuesday morning — with no monitors at at least one site and voter registration books missing from others. The problems appear to be resolved, but Gov. Dannel Malloy’s campaign is filing

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Mid-Term Election Thread

If you are part of a society that votes, then do so. There may be no candidates and no measures you want to vote for…but there are certain to be ones you want to vote against. In case of doubt, vote against. By this rule you will rarely go wrong. If this is too blind for your taste, consult some well-meaning fool (there is always one around) and ask his advice. Then vote the other Read more

Oh, THAT Liberal Media, Part 87

Just remember, kids, our media are totally not biased. That’s why things like this happen:

National media coverage of North Carolina’s Senate race between incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis has focused on Hagan’s allegedly “perfect” campaign, in which the Senator has hammered her opponent on his record of attempting to reform a horrifically inefficient state education system while serving as Speaker of the state’s House of Representatives.

Admittedly, education is a

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How much does this cost again?

Let’s level set and get something out of the way here before I go on my rant about how Harvard now has an anal sex 101 class it will offer, and while I love the idea – because the chicks attending that class are going to be easy and game for some anal. Sure the risk is that the class will be full of dudes that are into this stuff, and believe me as … Read more

Yes Doesn’t Mean Yes

The blogosphere has been lighting up for the last few weeks over California’s passage of a “Yes Means Yes” law, which basically says that only affirmative consent qualifies as consent and that this consent has be obtained at every phase of any sexual encounter.

The new law seeks both to improve how universities handle rape and sexual assault accusations and to clarify the standards, requiring an “affirmative consent” and stating that consent can’t

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Forced charity is still bullshit

The new pope is making the case that caring for the poor doesn’t make you a communist, and he is right. What can be argued makes you a communist, or if you want to be pedantic and stick to the definition that communism means the state owns everything, what it makes you is a collectivist douchebag, is when you expect government to do it after it uses force to confiscate the earnings of others, … Read more

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