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John Roberts Falls Victim to the Slippery Slope

When public officials want to gift themselves new powers, they usually justify their expansive actions with their favorite platitude, “for the greater good.” Conservatives, in their turn, respond with the proverbial warning of the slippery slope. The problem, of course, is the dynamism of American politics means the powers one party invests themselves with are then available for the next ...

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Keep the Crazy Away from Sharp Objects & Sharp Comments

I’m strongly in favor of keeping the mentally ill away from firearms and I’m coming around to approving any policy that keeps crazy ‘journalists’ away from a keyboard, too. Case in point is Salon.com writer Arthur Chu. His rant titled “It’s not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males” makes Alex Jones sound ...

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The US Supreme Court Has Gone Rogue

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Many on the Right side of the aisle are outraged. Gay marriage – a social issue at its core – has been validated by the US Supreme Court. The outrage is palpable. And while there is legitimacy to this outrage – especially with regard to the Court’s transgression of the 10th Amendment – the decision on gay marriage is a ...

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With Gay Marriage In, ACLU Drops Backing of Religious Freedom Law

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While the ink is still wet on Justice Kennedy’s controversial decision to legalize gay marriage, the ACLU has dropped its support of the Federal ‘Religious Freedom’ law. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) was passed to prevent citizens from having to choose between their religious beliefs and negative recourse. President Clinton signed RFRA into law in 1993 saying that “governments should ...

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Healthcare Ruling-Government Control Expands With Language

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This week the Supreme Court struck another major blow to common sense and the English language. In a ruling upholding the subsidies afforded policies purchased on the federal insurance exchange, the SCOTUS opened a veritable Pandora’s Box of legal interpretation, and expanded power not only of the judiciary, but of the federal government itself. Seven times throughout the Affordable Care ...

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RightWingWatch Attacks Alan Keyes and Themselves

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RightWingWatch is a frothing-at-the-mouth liberal protectionist organization so it’s no suprise that they attacked Alan Keyes for his comments to Newsmax. It’s also no surprise that they stupidly proved his concerns in the same comment. Take, for example, Alan Keyes, who told Newsmax host Steve Malzberg yesterday that he does not believe that the shooting was racially motivated but was actually ...

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Populism, Racism and the Left

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Somehow, as seems to be the case with every tragedy that occurs in America, the tragic murder of nine people in South Carolina by a racist murderer has been hijacked for political gain. Any Republican who doesn’t publicly repudiate the Confederate flag as a symbol of segregation and oppression and call for its immediate removal from South Carolina government grounds ...

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These People Are Mental Cases; End Of Story

I woke-up this morning, looked in the mirror and said “What do you feel like today Chris, do I feel like a woman or a man? Do I feel like a black man or a white man? So I said to myself, I feel Lithuanian today, so that’s what I will be today.” It seems that in today’s society we ...

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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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Obama’s Definition of a Terrorist

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Isn’t it amazing how Barack Obama refuses to label Muslim murderers as terrorists yet has no problem calling me a terrorist. My qualifications as a terrorist? I am white, a Christian, an honorably discharged veteran, a gun owner, and believe in the Constitution. I have NEVER committed ANY type of crime yet am labeled as a dangerous person based on ...

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How Delusional – Murder is Already Illegal

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The impulsive and irrational push from the left to create yet one more law, regulation or ordinance to magically prevent violent deaths at the hands of humans is ill-thought and freedom-robbing. I have bad news for them – laws haven’t prevented murders .. ever. Most recently a crazed white dude went into a church with a gun and killed 9 ...

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Why Supporting Republicans is So Hard for Conservatives

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Constantly voting for the lesser of two evils gets tiring and even more so when the “lesser” decides that most of the concerns of the electorate are not that important. The GOP are weak on the second amendment (thank God for the supreme court – ie. Heller), seriously sucking wind on fixing the national debt and are almost absent on their promise ...

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Rachel Dolezal’s Complexion Problem

Elizabeth Warren meet Rachel Dolezal. Or better yet, Liawatha meet Fauxprah. Talk about your sisters from another mother! One pretends to be an Indian to exploit the racial spoils system on the East Coast. While the other undergoes what Zorro & The Blue Footballs called the “race change operation” to become black and abuse that quota system on the West ...

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What’s The Difference Between Criminals And Liberals? Not Much!

Criminals lie about their culpability in crimes (as in: Not guilty, your honor). Liberals lie about their political intentions (as in: If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor).   Criminals take your money (as in: Hands up. Your money or your life). Liberals take your money (as with the IRS: we’re just seeking economic justice for the ...

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Surprise! Scientists ‘Crack Code’ to Happiness

I love this quote by illustrious NASA scientist Dr. Robert Jastrow (1925-2008): “For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountain of ignorance; he is about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by ...

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