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You Can’t Change The Party From Within

Thanks to the fact that several states have caucuses that prevent all-out mob rule from taking over, candidates like Ron Paul have been able to have a voice and make great progress for liberty-minded voters this year.  Even though he did not win the nomination, he proved to his own party that there is a […]

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Vivacious Vivian Validates Voter ID Requirement

A judge upheld a new Pennsylvania law requiring voters to show one of many acceptable forms of ID prior to casting a vote. On August 15, the court ruled requiring voters to provide a new voter-specific ID, a driver’s license, accredited school ID, government employee badge  — among other forms of ID — is reasonable […]

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The casual racism of goats

I’m a carny. Seriously. Once every month or so, I hitch my wagon up with a local farm, and go to county fairs to run petting zoos and pony rides. Laugh if you will, but it’s the most rewarding job I’ve ever had. No corporate assholes, no stress, low overhead; only smiling children and well-fed […]

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Why Republicans Should Support Legalizing Marijuana

Trying to talk establishment Republicans into legalizing marijuana has always been an uphill battle. They don’t care about the medical benefits of marijuana nor do they support the right of an individual to use and grow marijuana. In fact, Republicans generally prefer that marijuana users and growers be imprisoned for the crime of indulging in […]

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Is the GOP Old, White, Gray and Dying?

Republicans are a most peculiar species. They tend to be old, white, gray and dying. They also tend to be in photos carrying anti-Obama signs sporting slogans that scream ‘NO Socialism’ while they simultaneously scream for more socialism for themselves, notably Social Security and Medicare. It’s all about socialism for me but not for thee. […]

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Clinton And Napolitano Skirt Immigrant Dependency Issue

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano failed to respond by deadline to a request from Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions, the ranking member on the Senate Budget Committee, for an explanation on their less than rigid requirements for immigrants and visa applicants not be reliant on government programs. “It is […]

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How Todd Akin Shot Himself in the Foot on the Abortion Issue

Gary North nails it on the Todd Akin ‘legitimate’ rape fiasco. If you run for office, and you say that your position on the most controversial campaign issue is not negotiable, then you must master the logic of your position. You must also rehearse your answers. This well-meaning dork did neither. The hard core position […]

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Pro-Choice, Pro-Life, Personhood Amendments and Me

Comedian George Carlin famously quipped: Once you leave the womb, conservatives don’t care about you until you reach military age. Then you’re just what they’re looking for. Conservatives want live babies so they can raise them to be dead soldiers.  Of all the issues that are emotionally charged on the political war front, there is […]

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Never You Mind the Fork

The revolution will not be televised. The gay sex, pro-abortion, pro-amoral, pro-infidelity, pro-let’s-hate-them-damn-rich-asshole agendas pushed with less tact every day will be televised. All the time, constantly, twenty-four hours a day, etc. I find myself at times quite bitter about the willful decline of Western society. It’s something I now have to keep a constant […]

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Court Rules EPA Overstepped Its Authority

On Tuesday, a federal appeals court slapped EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson and told her to back off, when it struck down the Obama administration’s “good neighbor” pollution rule. The “good neighbor” rule is designed to address pollution produced by a plant in one state that gets carried by the wind and settles in another state. […]

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Democrats spent $1.5 mil to help Akin win GOP primary

The Democrat strategy for winning elections: fund the campaigns of the wackiest religious right Republican nutjobs and then crush them in the general election. Democrats spent $1.5 mil to help Akin win GOP primary Call it a wise investment in light of his recent comments: Democrats wanted Missouri Republican congressman Todd Akin to win his […]

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