Day: December 19, 2011

MAD Magazine Cover

May have to buy this one.  You know, for the history and junk.  Anyone want to bet on whether it turns out to be one of their best selling issues ever?  

Is Newt Gingrich “too radical” with respect to the power of the judicial branch?

The political/government/ruling classes think they have hit upon an issue that will take down Newt Gingrich. That is, the issue of whether under the Constitution the Judicial branch is supreme over the Executive and Legislative branches. You won’t see or hear from the legacy media and other elites what he actually says, so take a …

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Remembering The Cornhusker Kickback

Ben Nelson, Senator from Nebraska, dropped any pretense at principles two years ago, and took a $100,000,000.00 dollar carrot to get away from the Democrat leadership stick,  allowing the passage of the economy-crushing-bureaucratic crap-storm euphemistically referred to as ObamaCare. To celebrate, the NRSC has produced a nice little video, commemorating the two-year anniversary of the …

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Add A Half-Mil to Norelli’s Debt Tab

New Hampshire Watchdog is reporting that up through 2010 the Democrat controlled New Hampshire State government overspent RGGI revenues to the tune of about $600,000.00 dollars.   They just assumed we’d have more revenue.  Hmmm..where have we seen that before?   SO much like their regular budgeting they spent (more)  money we didn’t have, leaving someone else …

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CRYBABIES

“My door is always open-bring me your problems.” This is guaranteed to turn on every whiner, lackey and neurotic on the property.” —Robert F. Six   It’s rarely ever a good idea to solely devote any kind of a blog entry to a person who has responded to an entry written, where that respondent or his …

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Yay for Gridlock! The word “compromise” is not bad, but “compromising principles” is a bad phrase. Throw in “social contract” and there’s a big problem.

Social Contract: an actual or hypothetical agreement among the members of an organized society or between a community and its ruler that defines and limits the rights and duties of each I have been noodling on the phrase “social contract” for quite some time ever since Elizabeth Warren had her misbegotten rant denigrating capitalism and …

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