December 29, 2013
Welfare, family and Scott Brown

Let me start out by saying that I think there needs to be some sort of social safety net for Americans who find themselves out of work or  down on their luck. However, I think the one we have now is far too generous and we've reached a point where too many Americans are far […]

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December 15, 2013
What's wrong with Obamacare

To borrow a line from "Best of the Web Today": Longest blog post ever written. I'm not going to actually try to provide a one-stop post detailing every screw-up surrounding the president's signature health insurance reform. I've spent a lot of time over at my "second job" posting link after link after link to stories […]

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December 9, 2013
Today's liberal lines

The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto has uncovered these hypocrisies on the part of  New York Times columnist Paul Krugman before, but today's is especially amusing. The tune never changes. Krugman will deny the obvious in an effort to forward the ball for his team. I fully expect in the coming days to hear my House […]

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November 18, 2013
Who you gonna believe?

House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi went on NBC's "Meet the Press" yesterday and demonstrated an impressive tenacity. She holds fast to her talking points with such tenacity that Lawrence Taylor in his prime couldn't have ripped a football from her grasp. I love how Pelosi (and interviewer David Gregory) seem oblivious to the fact that […]

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November 17, 2013
The cable news sewer

Politics ain't beanball. Despite repeated claims that America is more divided politically now than ever (often forgetting the unpleasantness from 1861-65 during which many feelings were hurt), modern-day politics aren't really appreciably nastier than they have been for the past two centuries. (I heartily recommend Edward J. Larson's "A Magnificent Catastrophe" on the election of […]

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November 4, 2013

Well, Obamacare is  a complete fustercluck, which is what every conservative was saying four years ago. The mainstream media, however, has just discovered that not only has President Obama been telling a whopper of a lie for the past  four years, but that he knew it was a lie when he was telling it. As President […]

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October 16, 2013
Politifarce again

Honestly, keeping on top of the hacks a "Politifact" could be a full-time job. Maybe the Koch Bros. could hire me at an exorbitant rate to school Politifraud on their own rules. Today's case in point is a purported fact-check of Ann Coulter. For the record, I'm not a fan of Coulter. I haven't read […]

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October 8, 2013
Fact checking frauds

To say I'm disgusted by the media's so-called "fact-checkers" would be an understatement. Though they purport to hold themselves to some higher-standard for truthfulness than their "unbiased" colleagues, the truth is that they're just peddling the same crap product in a slightly different package. Over the past week, a couple of "fact checks" from Politifraud have […]

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October 7, 2013
9th Grade Geography Fail

If the mainstream media was just incompetent and not biased and incompetent, then the American people would be better off.

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October 1, 2013
The media's lies

I really shouldn't be surprised when the media lazily lies to promote President Obama's and the Democratic Party's agenda. Driving into work this morning I caught the on-the-hour report by Associated Press Radio News' Rita Foley. Foley characterized the last continuing resolution passed by the GOP House as "gutting Obamacare." For the record, that "gutting" […]

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