Monday, July 2, 2012

Obamacare – Unleash the IRS!

by Skip July 2, 2012

(H/T: cartoon from Lucianne) Well, does Nancy P. remind you of the Wicked Witch?  Well, now that Obamacare has been judged constitutional, we all are going to be meeting up real closer now with our friendly neighborhood IRS dudes (reformatted and emphasis mine):  The IRS now gets to know about a small business’s: entire payroll […]

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Data Point – Now declared Constitutional, the Obamacare taxes are coming

by Skip July 2, 2012

(H/T: The Foundary)

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The Hunger Games

by Steve MacDonald July 2, 2012

I read all three of these in record time.  Two this past weekend.  And while there are some curious stabs at environmentalism, and the can’t we all just get along meme, the most power full themes are the terror of absolute tyranny and the fact that we are all damaged goods. I highly recommend them. […]

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You’re Just Not Smart Enough For Free Speech

by Steve MacDonald July 2, 2012

All things being equal, the only reason Democrats might have to complain about the affect of FEC vs. Citizens United on paid political speech is if it somehow removed some pre-existing advantage they had.  Why else cause such a fuss?  The left clearly has just as much right to take advantage of the current state […]

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Running in Rockingham 17 – A Democrat Socialist From Tennessee?

by Steve MacDonald July 2, 2012

William Hudson Connery III is running for the New Hampshire House.  He is a Democrat.  He is running in Rockinham 17.   And with the registration deadline just past, he’s already got problems. Let’s start with that picture of the anti-religious bumper sticker he had posted on facebook that he abruptly took down…just after he signed […]

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Did Chief Justice Roberts “pull a Souter”?

by Tim Condon July 2, 2012

Someone over on the wholly excellent and extraordinary RLCNH email list has just opined that in ruling as he did on Obamacare, Chief Justice John Roberts “pulled a Souter.” That is, the feeling is that Roberts—like so many “conservative” judges nominated and confirmed to the Supreme Court in the past, has “matured” and gained “strange new […]

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