More fun with Occupy Wall Street

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First, more Peter Schiff: Occupy Wall Street pwned And, if you’re interested in unintentional hilarity, Occupy SLO is posting their minutes online. I cannot make this stuff up. Fill out an application to occupy Union guys could come by because they can handle business You have to be prepared because we live in a “violent” […]

Keys to victory

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I mentioned the “keys to victory” for Obama in 2012 a couple weeks ago. The key we’re watching this week is: Social unrest: There is no sustained social unrest during the term. I present you with Occupy Oakland.

Look ma, no brains!

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It wouldn’t take a genius to figure out that the Occupy Wall Street and its fellow travelers across the country and the world don’t impress me much. Here’s Peter Schiff, the guy better known to many of you as the guy who got fined for hiring too many people, at the Occupy Wall Street protest. […]

Your fact check of the day

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Three separate fact checking organizations took a look at Slow Joe Biden’s demagogic statement I mentioned the other day about violent crime rates and Flint, Mich. According to The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler, Biden’s claims are “absurd” and earns him 4 pinnochios – the most dishonest rating possible. FactCheck.org referred to Biden’s remarks as a […]

Joe Biden, crime fighter

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Vice President Joe Biden the other day warned that murders and rapes would continue to rise unless the GOP passed President Obama’s Jobs Act. Biden, demagogue If Biden and his ilk were truly concerned about innocent people protecting themselves from crimes, then maybe instead of hiring “temporary” cops, everyone would be better off with tax […]

What a difference a day makes

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President Obama, Sunday, at the dedication of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial: If he were alive today, I believe he would remind us that the unemployed worker can rightly challenge the excesses of Wall Street without demonizing all who work there; that the businessman can enter tough negotiations with his company’s union […]

Brilliant journalists

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This week’s GOP presidential frontrunner, Herman Cain, appeared on “Meet the Press” yesterday. I haven’t watched video of the interview, but I have read the transcript. Host David Gregory is supposed to be one of the more intelligent Washington journalists. If he is, than this particular exchange doesn’t say much for his intellect: MR. GREGORY:  […]

Meaningless oaths

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When Congressmen take their oaths of office, this is what they say: I, [name], do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without […]

Old enough to know better

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As I read today’s edition of The Washington Post on my Kindle this afternoon while awaiting the start of the Cal Poly vs. UC Riverside men’s soccer game (Cal Poly 5, UCR 0), I came across this article by Steven Pearlstein. The article is full of the beltway conventional wisdom about how wonderful the “Occupy […]

Re-visiting some keys

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A couple months back American University Professor Allan Lichtman came out with his “keys” that told us that Obama was a cinch for re-election. Included in those keys were: Social unrest: There is no sustained social unrest during the term. Says Lichtman, “There wasn’t any social unrest when I made my predictions for 2012 and […]