Archive for October, 2010

Violence Isn’t the Answer, Blah Blah Blah. Oh, and The MoveOn Agitator Lied.

Violence Isn’t the Answer, Blah Blah Blah. Oh, and The MoveOn Agitator Lied.

| October 27, 2010 | 1 Reply

Surprise, surprise. The MoveOn instigator who got a mild beat-down from some Rand Paul supporters Monday evening is a liar. Yeah, yeah, I know. No one should be curb-stomped, even if it is their shoulder that gets stomped and all that. Spare me the outrage and the canned caveats. I stopped caring what happened to […]

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It All Makes Sense Now…

It All Makes Sense Now…

| October 27, 2010 | Reply

Man, that Chris Muir has one mischievous sense of humor.

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Duck and Cover: Here Come the Tax Increases!

Duck and Cover: Here Come the Tax Increases!

| October 27, 2010 | 1 Reply

Even though they’ve hit on the subject a few times lately, I don’t think the Republicans have made enough of the fact that on January 1, you’re going to be taking home a good bit less money thanks to the Democrats in Congress and our President. If Congress fails to act, income tax rates will […]

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Why Do We Keep Making Big Failed Government Bigger?

Why Do We Keep Making Big Failed Government Bigger?

| October 27, 2010 | 3 Replies

Here’s a heck of a point from the Troglopundit. We don’t trust politicians. We don’t believe that they put the common good above their own political welfare. We do believe that politicians are swayed like wheat grass in heavy winds by the smell of a nice big check. The highest bidder, we believe, gets his […]

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Clearing the Browser Tabs – The Day of the Hump

Clearing the Browser Tabs – The Day of the Hump

| October 27, 2010 | Reply

Another mid-week is upon us which means another episode of The Delivery will appear today. Be sure to grab it as soon as it’s available! It turns out that the Obama administration’s mortgage modification program wasn’t very successful at all. Ed Driscoll is back with another episode of his very good Silicon Graffiti vidcast that […]

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Biden: Everything Good for 200 Years Came From Government

Biden: Everything Good for 200 Years Came From Government

| October 27, 2010 | 2 Replies

I admit there’s a part of me that hopes we get a second term of Barack Obama just so we can enjoy another four years of brain-injuring comments from our revered Vice President, Joltin’ Joe Biden. Witness his keen grasp of the history of the the world since 1800. “Every single great idea that has […]

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Time to Put Optimus Pork Back in the Toybox

Time to Put Optimus Pork Back in the Toybox

| October 26, 2010 | 3 Replies

We conservatives know that no matter what happens at the polls next Tuesday, we will still be several light-years from our goal of turning around the economy and bringing Washington’s big-government insanity to heel. This is not exactly a popular sentiment among the pie-eyed mooncalves on the right who are more partisan than principled, but […]

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Such a Difference a Century Makes

Such a Difference a Century Makes

| October 26, 2010 | 1 Reply

This photo was taken in 1908 in in a city that today boasts a metropolitan area (the city and surrounding suburbs) of several million people. Any guesses? I’ll put the answer and the link to a high-resolution version of the picture after the jump. No cheating and clicking on the picture to get the filename […]

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Clearing the Browser Tabs – Why Does Tuesday Never Get the Publicity of Monday?

Clearing the Browser Tabs – Why Does Tuesday Never Get the Publicity of Monday?

| October 26, 2010 | Reply

It’s not like Tuesday is a bad day. After Monday, Tuesday is a down-to-business day, a day when you have reckoned yourself to the work-week and can get things done. Tuesday is also the day when you can reward yourself and join the growing number of discerning podcast fans who catch “The Delivery — Live!” […]

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John Williams’ Music Translates Well to Classical? Who Knew?

John Williams’ Music Translates Well to Classical? Who Knew?

| October 25, 2010 | 1 Reply

I get that web sites want to be hip and culturally edgy. I even get that the easiest way to do that is to hire a bunch of hipster writers yearning to hit it big with some ironically-titled book. But at some point, one of those young hipsters will post something like this, which’ll make […]

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