Friday, March 14, 2014

Surprise! Kids Find Out Who Pays For Unaffordable Obama Doesn’tCare!

by Mike March 14, 2014

Not only did Obama drop the bombshell that he thought youngsters should forgo some other budget items in order to afford the unaffordable ObamaCare, in a live Health Care Town Hall with Spanish language media on March 6th, but he actually allowed himself to be zinged on Funny or Die’s Between Two Ferns in a […]

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I’ve seen this movie before…Pass Amnesty or Obama will do it anyways

by Skip March 14, 2014

That would be Blazing Saddles (1974), one of the funniest movies of all times (and due to its Political Incorrectness, could never be made today).  And what US Senator Chuckie Schumer said to Republicans was effectively what Cleavon Little did as Sheriff Bart; when threatened to be killed by others, Bart took his own pistol […]

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Jeanne Shaheen is really calling Scott Brown Obscene? Forked Tongue!

by Skip March 14, 2014

Ah yes, that VAUNTED Democrat value called “Civility”!  Jeanne Shaheen called for it here: …During an informal bipartisan get-together we hosted earlier this week for our women colleagues in the Senate, there was unanimous agreement that members of both parties need to put politics aside and act in the best interests of our country….Washington could […]

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This Week on GrokTALK! March 15, 2014

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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Up4Climate

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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Cartoon By Eric Allie Caption by yours truly

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The Pause

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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Global warming denier deniers–you still with me–are calling the last 17, going on 18 years of non warming, a pause.  The problem with this moniker is that prior to the 20 plus years of temperature increases the earth was essentially cooling for the 35 years prior.  That trend led experts to believe we were going […]

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Meh.

by Susan Olsen March 14, 2014

“On Wednesday, Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) became the first Republican senator to express support for a federal ban on assault weapons. ” – Washington Post, December 19, 2012. Any questions?

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Mark Steyn – The Lois Lerner Defense

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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Since I’m already nicking swaths of text from National Review (with links and credits and encouragement to sign up for newsletters and such),  I can’t leave Mark Steyn out.  This is from ‘The Lois Lerner Defense‘ (May 2013) in which he points out some contradictions worth visiting or revisiting… Let us also overlook the excellent […]

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Jonah Goldberg – The Ironic Presidency

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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This weeks G-File is pretty awesome.  You really should go to National Review and sign up for it.  Until then, here is this weeks pilfered remarks, which represent less than 20% of the whole. … Consider the fact that Obamacare is now simply untethered from law or policy. This week the administration announced that you […]

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Climate Change No Longer Even On The List of Things Americans Are Concerned About

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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Right after 28 clueless Senate Democrats held a pajama Party (Up4Climate) on the floor of the US Senate to lobby a California Billionaire for campaign donations, Gallop released its March 2014 polling on what Americans think are the most important problems facing the US. “Climate” didn’t even make the new list. (Update: Extreme Shaheen is […]

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Really “Fixing” Health Care Coverage Could Be the “New” New Hampshire Advantage

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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If you want to keep people off Medicaid, or food stamps, or welfare, you need to improve their employment prospects.   This works best with little or no public money or political interference.   Business flourishes in the sun, so the shadow of the bureaucracy must be as small as possible. We also know that the more […]

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Do Some Women Like Being In Abusive Relationships?

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2014
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Hollywood says yes.  Cable and Broadcast Television says yes.  If you asked most therapists and social workers, they’d probably say yes.  Inner cities are filled with women and single moms who seem to be trapped in a series of domestically challenged or abusive relationships.  But I think I can give you definitive evidence that this […]

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