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Shut Up and Save the Earth, You Evil American!

Shut Up and Save the Earth, You Evil American!

| April 22, 2009 | Reply

Today is Earth Day (and Lenin’s Birthday, which I don’t see as a particular coincidence as well as the birthday of St. Francis of Assisi, which is more what I think our enviro-happy friends intended for the day) which means that we will again be harangued with lectured from our betters about what a bunch […]

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The Picture Every American Should See

The Picture Every American Should See

| April 16, 2009 | 9 Replies

If you’re really curious why hundreds of thousands of ordinary Americans would take to the streets in protest of this President’s policies, I can explain in one picture. When the left and their MSM brethren complain that protesters are hypocritical because they didn’t march against President Bush’s deficits, well, this picture shows you why. Compared […]

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Tax Day Tea Party Roundup (With Links, and Rove!)

Tax Day Tea Party Roundup (With Links, and Rove!)

| April 16, 2009 | 9 Replies

Yesterday’s Tax Day Tea Parties were a smashing success. There were no reports of any arrests that I could find. No stores were looted. No police officers were harassed or threatened. In fact, the one instance where authories had to take action — in Washington, DC where an unknown participant threw a box of tea […]

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Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren’t About You

Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren’t About You

| April 15, 2009 | 2 Replies

Michelle Malkin, quoting Glenn Reynolds who in turn quotes the organizer of the Tax Day Tea Party in Chicago: “This is an opportunity for Americans to speak, and elected officials to listen, not the other way around.” Nevertheless, there are quite a few politicians who think we’ll forget that they voted for some of these […]

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Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren't About You

Remember, Folks, The Tea Parties Aren't About You

| April 15, 2009 | 2 Replies

Michelle Malkin, quoting Glenn Reynolds who in turn quotes the organizer of the Tax Day Tea Party in Chicago: “This is an opportunity for Americans to speak, and elected officials to listen, not the other way around.” Nevertheless, there are quite a few politicians who think we’ll forget that they voted for some of these […]

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This is the Way Bipartisanship Ends. Not with a Bang but a Slander.

This is the Way Bipartisanship Ends. Not with a Bang but a Slander.

| April 14, 2009 | 7 Replies

The Obama administration has done something I didn’t think it was possible to do. It managed, in a ten-page report, to tattoo the word “extremist” on the foreheads of about half the country. Plenty of folks are writing about the Department of Homeland Security Report made public by Stephen Gordon at The Liberty Papers. And […]

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Ignore the JournoList Meme of the Week and Go to a Tea Party!

Ignore the JournoList Meme of the Week and Go to a Tea Party!

| April 12, 2009 | 6 Replies

Hmmm…I wonder what the JournoList Meme of the Week is? Let’s take a look around some of the leading left-wing blogs, why don’t we? Here’s the nasty little bigot Jane Hamsher saying that the Tea Party protests are nothing but a Fox News/big corporation operation. And here she is again saying the same thing. Notice […]

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Hate Speech from the Democrats Online Golden Boy

Hate Speech from the Democrats Online Golden Boy

| April 5, 2009 | 26 Replies

Lest we think that this reprehensible pronouncement by Markos Zuniga should be swept under the rug, let me remind you that he is the leader of the Democratic grassroots. His Yearly Kos gathering is an important stop for Democratic politicians seeking national office. Zuniga himself is a mainstream figure who makes regular television appearances on […]

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Light Bulbs and Quickie Marriages, Oh My!

Light Bulbs and Quickie Marriages, Oh My!

| April 2, 2009 | 1 Reply

I have two more new posts over at the American Issues Project. What do light bulbs and the government have in common? GM Perspectives: Promises Last Like a Vegas Marriage Go over and check them out. While you’re there, read a few more posts and, above all, leave some comments, so my boss there knows […]

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Another Time for Choosing

Another Time for Choosing

| April 1, 2009 | 1 Reply

*whimper* The U.S. government and the Federal Reserve have spent, lent or committed $12.8 trillion, an amount that approaches the value of everything produced in the country last year, to stem the longest recession since the 1930s. And guess what, folks? We’re not even close to being done now that our President has taken the […]

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