February 14, 2009
Question for Obama supporters

I have a question for people who voted for Barack Obama: When he promised a tax cut for 95 percent of Americans, did you think that the cut would amount to more or less than the $13 bucks a week you'll be seeing come June and $8 a week next year?

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February 13, 2009
Valentine's Day is tomorrow

If you haven't already made your purchases, you'll have to go to an old-fashioned brick-and-mortar store because it's too late for Amazon. But, courtesy of Hoystory.com's huge advertising budget and Amazon.com, I present you with this freebie. This is a reminder that if you click on one of the various Amazon.com links on the site […]

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February 13, 2009
Deficits, and debt, as far as the eye can see

The House of Representatives earlier today passed a "stimulus" plan that not a single one of them had read. The bill, totaling 1,071 pages, was finally printed at about midnight last night. The House passed it less than 24-hours later -- far less than the 48 hours they had promised to allow lapse so the […]

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February 11, 2009
You see it here first

Pulitzer-prize winning cartoonist and friend of Hoystory (the latter being much more important and impressive than the former) Steve Breen is working on a new photo/cartoon blog called "Bad Hamster." It features stuff like this: The site is currently undergoing a "soft opening," and I'm officially the first blogger to link to it. Breen hopes […]

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February 11, 2009

The San Diego Unified School District apparently believes there's little difference between Junior ROTC programs and street gangs. Marksmanship training must end on San Diego school district campuses, a split school board decided Tuesday. Critics argued that the training, part of ROTC programs, sends the wrong message when three high school students have been killed […]

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February 11, 2009
The Iron Pyrite State

California's Democrat-run state legislature and its girly-man Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have outlined a plan to deal with the states $42-billion budget gap by sticking it to the few people who remain in the state. Vehicle license fees would nearly double, going from the current rate of 0.65% to 1.15% of the value of a car […]

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February 11, 2009
Let me explain the terminology

New York Times columnist Nick Kristof was interviewed by The Daily Pennsylvanian and made the following observation about what it's like to live under the enlightened leadership of the great Obama. DP: Are there any issues you would like to see Barack Obama's presidency focus on? NK: It's a tremendous relief to have smart, intellectually […]

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February 11, 2009
Big Brother does it for your own good

First, Oregon proposed tracking drivers using GPS in order to levy a tax for roads, bridges and other assorted infrastructure. Now, Massachusetts is proposing a very similar plan that would embed a tracking chip inside the registration sticker of cars registered in that state. In case you missed it, Big Brother is a liberal and […]

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February 10, 2009
Isn't she clever?

I got done listening to NPR's Intelligence Squared U.S. debate podcast on the motion: "Major Reductions in Carbon Emissions Are Not Worth the Money" on the drive home from work. The debate featured Bjorn Lomborg, author of "The Skeptical Environmentalist" as one of three  people arguing for the motion. The debate was very interesting. To […]

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February 9, 2009
Thunder Below!

Last year, Adm. Eugene Fluckey died at the ripe old age of 93. Upon reading his obituary, I bought his book where he recounts his service commanding the USS Barb submarine in World War II. I finally got around to reading it the past few days, and despite what some may think, Fluckey's matter-of-fact recounting […]

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Press-Did you hear Kamala is not a US citizen?

Trump-"I have no idea if that’s right...I don't know about it"

Kessler-"Trump promotes false claim that Harris might not be a U.S. citizen"

Biden-I went to the border

Kessler-His plane landed in El Paso in 2008, close enough!


Report: Fauci's NIH division shipped part of a $375k grant to "drug beagles and lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive" to test a drug.

This is absolutely horrifying and deserves answers.

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