I was all set to do something on Fauxcahontas' Eleven Commandments for America's future today, and then I saw this one. So now it seems as though 19 IRS computers magically crashed, obscuring incriminating emails and other proofs of nefarious communication betwixt Lois Lerner, and basically everyone she communicated with.
From the Daily Caller…Continue
So, here's this weeks submission for a replacement hour of network television over your weekend. Think of it as an alternative to that hour long conservative bash fest that all Hollywood produced crime dramas seem to have become. It's all seven of the excellent Bill Whittle, "What We Believe," videos put together in one shot. Personally, I'd not seen all seven previously, as I missed one or two of them. As the sunspot activity this week is actually something that's been labeled an, "All…Continue
Alternate Headline: Is the world really this stupid, collectively speaking?
This is a statement so stupid, it could only have come from someone with a college education.
- Dennis Prager
When Thomas Wolfe wrote those oft repeated words, "you can't go home again," he was referring to the fact that his hometown did not remain static after he'd left as a youth, seeking his fortune in the world. His home town did not turn itself into a shrine,…Continue
So, remember one or two crises ago, when collectively, we all had our panties in a bunch over the VA Scandal. (I hate to sound flippant or sarcastic over something that really does deserve to be scrutinized. It's just that this one left the collective front burner, and it deserves to be placed back there, along with Benghazi, Pigford, Fast and Furious, Solyndra, the Green Fairy, IRS Targeting Scandal, NSA Domestic Spying Scandal, the Bergdahl Swap, Arab Spring, and any of…Continue
I can't think of much to add to this, except that this crisis was created from nothing, by a President who seems hell bent on destroying the fabric of this nation. I am for immigration reform, but my version of it I guarantee you is vastly different than what our President's version is. It's most certainly different that Harry Reid's or Nancy Pelosi's. It's probably not even…Continue
Cryptozoologists the world over have been seen dancing in the streets the last few nights. With the rumored sighting of the mythical creature known as a Conservative Democrat in the state of Alaska,…Continue
Being a science fiction fan, Star Trek, pretty much all of them with the exception of Voyager, are a part of my permanent collection. Outside of the technobabble being used to magically extricate themselves from far too many problems, I have only ever had one other major complaint about the shows. That was the obvious leftist slant used to spin the use of military force when warranted. Time and again the audience gets to watch the Enterprise correctly identify that they're…Continue
First, the redefinition of Treason from being a subversive act designed to overthrow the government, to merely pointing out that our President has violated enough of our nation's laws sufficiently to face some form of accountability. We'll discuss this in greater detail later on.
Before we get to the crux of the argument,…Continue
Just as I've predicted, there's a new Chicken Little scenario upon which to hang hopes of inflicting Socialism upon a society too foolish to see the scientific need for that repressive system. (Remember, it's for the children!) The scientific minds of South Park have isolated this evil, and have done the noble work of creating a PSA to warn us all.
I know what you're…Continue
In the never ending game of, "is the conservative, evil, stupid, senile, or crazy," Sarah Palin drew the stupid card, and they even made a movie about her to prove it. Game Change showed us a Palin so vapid, and simultaneously vacuous, that I honestly believed that Ed Harris, the guy playing John McCain, would at one point knock her over and begin using her as a kettle drum. The great quote from the movie was Sarah saying, "we have to win this race so I won't have to go back to Alaska,"…Continue
Thomas Sowell defines an intellectual as a person who's end product is ideas, and nothing more than ideas. It is within that context that the following discussion will take place.
Ronald Reagan once quipped that the problem with Liberals was that they positively knew so much that just wasn't true. Many debates are won based upon nothing more than who shouts the loudest, or who's able to speak most eloquently, irrespective of the merit or lack of merit inherent in the actual facts…Continue
My fellow Tea Partiers, and fellow knuckle dragging bigoted racist homophobes. I need your help, and long story short, there is one person specifically among you who I believe may be able to help me out. I have picked up a troll, at my personal blog. At the beginning of all of the attention he paid me, I considered this person to be nothing more than a nuisance. He then became a little bit of a creep, and today he ventured upon actual threat against me.
I have very specific reason to…Continue
Just for fun, I thought it would be cool to promote the document that got the whole thing kicked off, promoted to the front page. So, for anyone who cares to read it over again, here is the Declaration of Independence.
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America,
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the…Continue
Any Government big enough to give you everything you need, will also be big enough to take from you, everything you have - Thomas Jefferson.
Elections have consequences. Laws passed have consequences. Laws passed also have unintended consequences. One of my favorite personal epiphanies has always been…Continue
I stayed away from the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Kerfuffle purposefully, mostly because, and I can not stress this enough, there's really nothing there. In the broader context in which every American citizen attempted to explain the pending and then rendered decision using some sweeping philosophical or Constitutional template, most missed the fact that it was simply a case in which lawyers of both sides argued about how to reconcile two previously enacted laws passed by…Continue
Busted, you call it busted. Any statement past that is simply asinine. But, don't worry my fellow inhabitants of the worker's paradise formerly reserved for the free and brave, I'm sure that the whole climate change grievance theater will continue on, as if nothing has changed. We'll still be bombarded with shouts of, "we have to self inflict economic hardship and damage now in order to save the Earth," or, "anyone who denies that climate change isn't real is just like…Continue
Here is Antonin Scalia being interviewed by Law Professor, Calvin Massey, at the U.C. Hastings College of Law. This series, "Legally Speaking," sees Massey interview a number of guests for public broadcasting. Scalia is interesting for a number of reasons, most notably for the fact that he was, for a long time, the only originalist on the court, something which he discusses here with Massey. He also gives his interpretation of the Ninth Amendment towards the end, that one piece of our Bill…Continue
Palooka - A prize fighter who purposefully throws a fight in which he is favored in exchange for a payoff.
When I was a 5 or 6 year old wannabe alpha male in my home town, feeling those first oats provided by the Y Chromosome, I threatened another 5 or 6 year old kid to that ultimate deciding contest little boys of that time period used to settle disputes. I threw the first punch, and subsequently got my little fanny beat. He won and I lost,…Continue
Every so often, there comes an issue that really and truly unites Americans in a way not seen often. We are a divided country, separated by factions left and right in a manner not seen since the last time we were divided by factions of left versus right. Even with this bitter division, there exists one issue that finds both left and right united in fevered battle with political leaders, both left and right. That issue is Common Core, and the fevered battle against all…Continue
We inhabitants of the worker's paradise formerly reserved for the free and brave should be conditioned to have a very particular response to a certain phrase by now. That response should be sharpened when that phrase is pronounced en mass by our, "watch dog," media. The phrase in question of course is beyond reproach. My ears bristle when I hear it. They burn when it is beaten into me. The latest recipient of this grand gushing of course was none other than everyone's…Continue