Friday, May 18, 2012

Notable Quote – Don Boudreaux on H.L. Mencken

by Skip May 18, 2012

Public policies are determined and laws are made by small minorities playing upon the fears and imbecilities of the mob – sometimes minorities of intelligent and honest men, but usually minorities of rogues. – H.L Mencken No better summary of modern government has ever been penned. – Prof. Don Boudreaux, economics (H/T: Cafe Hayek)

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Will people of Faith stand up to defend that Faith?

by Skip May 18, 2012

The beginning of this extremely well done video lays out the call to Catholics to help protect their faith and their values: In generations past, the Church has always been able to count on the faithful to stand up and protect her sacred rights and duties. This generation of Catholics must do the same. Now […]

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One of the quickest ways to get “The Look” from TMEW is to show her this picture of this rig and ask…

by Skip May 18, 2012

  …”Wouldn’t this look great on MY desk?” (even as she knows that I don’t play computer games).   A pitiful “Please?” didn’t help either….   More nice setups at the link.  (H/T: Caveman Circus)

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The intentions of man is for himself. Therefore, the State is interested in him.

by Skip May 18, 2012

It also points out that the State has nothing except from what it takes from others. (H/T: The Hipster Libertarian)

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Trayvon, Hurricanes, And Faux Pow Wow Chow

by Steve MacDonald May 18, 2012

If you’ve recovered from the underwhelming Facebook IPO, perhaps you are ready for this? Trayvon was beating George Zimmerma badly before the man finally shot him in self-defense.  There is no doubt about that. So here’s an observation for the anti-second amendment clowns who are always insisting that lawfully armed citizens run away from any […]

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Slippery Slope…?

by Steve MacDonald May 18, 2012

Sylvia Larsen is making a slippery slope argument against the New Hampshire Senate’s passage of a bill that would make causing the death of an unborn child murder. Senate Minority Leader Sen. Sylvia Larsen, D-Concord, joined other Democrats in criticizing Forsythe’s bill. “I think it establishes a bad precedent. It establishes a non-scientific basis for […]

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‘Properties’ of Marriage

by Steve MacDonald May 18, 2012

Marriage is always a great topic to visit in New Hampshire. It irritates so many people on so many sides. But if we ever put it to a vote of citizens, New Hampshire would join the ranks of every other state to define “marriage” as a union between one man and one woman. Which is […]

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