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From our bulging "Who didn't see this coming?" file…

As the hippies of Lower Manhattan are stinking up Wall Street for the third week running, it seems the unions – those paragons of talking a lot and doing very little actual work – have decided to join them. “It's really simple. These young people on Wall Street are giving voice to many of the […]

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Guilty

Guilty. Who isn't these days? We've seen rending of garments over a black cop killer put to death in Georgia, and total silence over a white supremacist put to death in Texas. After all, only white people are guilty. Except when they're not. The last two months has seen Casey Anthony and Amanda Knox set […]

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A miracle is something we just haven't figured out yet

T'is the season for miracles, and I want to dig into the murky territory of medical ethics. This article really piqued my interest: Can Ambien – that modern-day replacement for 20th century barbiturates – help vegetative people achieve a level of cognizance? We all remember Terri Schiavo and the controversy surrounding the removal of her […]

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Master of Puppets

Those poor protesters. They went to university in good faith, taking out a loan to improve themselves – a noble investment! – only to be left jobless and in debt. A few years ago, Joe Therrien, a graduate of the NYC Teaching Fellows program, was working as a full-time drama teacher at a public elementary […]

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Discovering Your Principles: Part Four

The Principles of Prescription are those beliefs which are inherited through your family. To give you an idea as to what this entails, here are two principles I borrowed from Dr Russell Kirk. 1) I believe in the right to inherit beliefs from our forebears. 2) I believe in the right to inherit worldly possessions […]

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California bans a ban

They are strange creatures out in California. The meddling nannies of San Francisco won't let you buy a Happy Meal, and then tried to tell you what religious and/or health practices you could perform. In a clearly anti-Jewish move, San Francisco sought to ban male circumcision. Which, aside from pissing off Jews (its main aim), […]

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FBTV: Change Must Come From Within

Yes, it IS true that breaking out of this two party system will give us real change. However, since I’d like to see liberty in my lifetime, and not 7 generations from now, we need to work within the two party system, infiltrate the parties – both of them – not just the GOP – […]

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BREAKING: Cain Out

Ah well – at least it was interesting while it lasted – would have been nice to see a real businessman who truly worked his way from the ground up make his way into the Oval office – I know that there were questions about his stance on the Fed and many other things I […]

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House calls for subpoena, White House whines

So the House committee investigating the Solyndra scandal has voted to subpoena the White House for all its documents related to the boondoggle. The White House response? “We'd like to see as much passion in House Republicans for creating jobs as we see in this investigation” If anyone needs me for anything, I'll be in […]

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NEA-Gate – Coming soon to a media near you!

According to my sources, the NEA has dicovered that millions of dollars have recently been embezzled from their funds. The mainstream hasn’t broken this story yet. Or perhaps they haven’t caught wind of it yet as this is still under investigation. I wasn’t able to get any details but was told this story will be […]

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Cain Should Have Taken A Tip From Beiber

In case you missed the story (I wouldn’t blame you), Justin Beiber was recently in a similar situation as Herman Cain.  A few weeks ago, one of Beiber’s fans made an accusation that he was the father of her child.  So, like any innocent person would do, Beiber offered to take a paternity test to […]

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