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Political Correctness, Statism and the Rule of Law

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Modern government embodies nothing so much as Don Quixote. It assumes a mantle of morality- protecting the rights of the minorities who cry discrimination and disenfranchisement- and rides off to the rescue without bothering to look at whether the societal giants it tilts at are monsters or just windmills. Unfortunately, it is real people, many of them business people just ...

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The Left’s Greatest Mind-Trick: Politicizing Emotion

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The greatest mind-trick in the left’s entire arsenal is politicizing emotion.  Once one accomplishes that, there is no limit on a government’s mandate to take action, since there are no rational limits on emotion. Take the following emotionally extreme examples into consideration.  Is it right or wrong to kill a baby for a million dollars?  How about murdering a school ...

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Winning The Gun Rights Fight

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Our friends at Firearms Policy Coalition added a post this morning that we at Conservative Daily News believe is worth sharing. The post below is reprinted with permission. Please be sure to visit FPC and help support them in their fight for your rights. The new gun rights culture is worth fighting for – and we’re winning If you’ve spent ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – Meet The Twisters

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When: Thursday, December 20th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight: I am joined by @TheTwisters to have a candid discussion about family values in America and why nine women who met on Twitter decided to ...

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The West is the Best, But May Die Like the Rest

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When a civilization fails to preserve itself from threats arising from within, which can be physical, material, or ideological in nature, it is at risk of collapse. This collapse is typically followed by anarchy, and ultimately tyranny; which can be of the mind or by the sword. When a civilization fails to defend itself from threats arising from without, it ...

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The Triumph of the State

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An Englishman once observed that the presidency (if we may be lenient enough to call it that) of Barack Obama had taken on the vestiges of the once-deposed ancien régime. Yet this ascendancy to the ranks of divine royalty by the left’s anointed one should be no surprise, given that is has been the priority of America’s elites for over ...

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Election Aftermath – I’ve Just Decided To Not Have Children

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Shortly after the announcement was made that Ohio went to Obama, a friend tweeted this: If I had to point to something that worries me most about our current economy and cultural climate, it would be the sentiment expressed in this tweet. I talk about value systems regularly, in every venue of conversation that I have available to me. I ...

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Can Republicans Win?

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This election is a bitter pill. The future seemed so clear to conservatives, both social and fiscal. Another four years of Obama would fundamentally change this country in a move towards socialism. Of course, the odds were stacked against a Republican win. There are more Democrats than Republicans and they came out in almost the same numbers as in 2008. ...

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Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Open Letter To Obama

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Competitive Enterprise Institute has drafted an open letter to President Obama outlining their suggestions to move America back in the direction of freedom and prosperity. Let us hope he reads and heeds it. “Dear President Obama, We at the Competitive Enterprise Institute wish to congratulate you on your victory. We look forward to working with you and your administration on ...

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A Clear Choice–Join Me.

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Okay America. It’s down to the wire. You know this country needs to change direction and together we can do it. But it’s not going to be easy. Democrats outnumber Republicans. There are already rumors of voter fraud. A whole lot of people like the idea that the government takes care of everyone (though you and I know better.) We ...

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Hurricane Sandy: Obama’s Social–Worker–in–Chief Moment

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Hurricane Sandy — much like Barack Obama — turned out to be an over–hyped phenomenon that failed to deliver. Our portion of the storm in Northern Virginia was so weak the Multicultural Commissars didn’t even bother to give it a Hispanic name, like last summer’s “derecho” (formerly known as “severe thunderstorm”). I tried to lend a hand and come up ...

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Obama’s War on Energy is about Control

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When one thinks of energy, the thoughts about economic growth rarely come into play.  In fact, most take it for granted.  It charges our iPhones, laptops, and Kindles, but it also is the lifeblood that keeps our economy growing.  It’s also the critical element that keeps our health services running.  It allows us to channel our resources elsewhere – to ...

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Hurricane Sandy – How To Help

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. As Hurricane Sandy begins to weaken and pass, cleanup efforts and relief are needed.  Here is how you can help through the American Red Cross. NOTE – Only use reputable charities and organizations in order to avoid scams. FINANCIAL HELP Financial donations help the Red Cross provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to those affected by disasters ...

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Colonel Terry Fobbs – A Conservative Soldier Warrior For America

Colonel Terry Fobbs has passed on to join the hundreds of thousands of America’s soldier warriors who have brought honor and integrity to America through war and peacetime service.  For many Americans the patriotic service of the citizen soldier has personally touched their lives and families as in many wars, like in Afghanistan, or in defense of America’s sovereign interests ...

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Playing With Horses and Bayonets

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  The debate last night was very boring.  I’m enthused about voting Barack Obama out of office and I think Mitt Romney will win this election, but I definitely see why people probably switched off the debate to watch Monday Night Football or the San Francisco Giants game.  In all, polls show that President Obama pulled ahead of Governor Romney, ...

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