Monday, May 30, 2016

Queen of the Universe

by Susan Olsen May 30, 2016

Many of you are aware that, for many years, I have been working diligently on becoming Queen of the Universe. During my reign, it was my plan to use my newly acquired powers – for the most part, anyway – for good instead of evil. Recently, I was beginning to fear that despite all that […]

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Farcebook Facebook

by Skip May 30, 2016

(H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Notable Quote – William Easterly

by Skip May 30, 2016

The other great accomplishment of markets is that they reconcile the choices people make for themselves with the choices other people are making. Back at the dinner table we find that no Planner is necessary to process the enormous amount of information that is required to decide how much pasta, rice, cheese, and takeout cuisines […]

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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Obama’s (Partial) War Record

by Steve MacDonald May 30, 2016
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Obama has had America at war longer, in more places, and bombed more countries, than that George Bush fellow. Courtesy of Rolling Stone. —2,499 U.S. soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan and Iraq so far under President Obama, according to the independent Iraq Coalition Casualty Count.

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From a double Blue Star Dad – thanks Google!

by Skip May 30, 2016

Yup, the liberal folks at Google showed their wonderful thanks to our veterans today: I put the red square around their beneficent acknowledgement just to make sure you didn’t miss it. Oh by the way, remember that last week Google decided to “honor” a US hating activist / Osama Bin Laden supporter, Yuri Kochiyama:

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Memorial Day – I was lucky…

by Skip May 30, 2016

…my sons came home.  These did not.  It is oft said that only 1% of the American population has been touched by military service; for those of you and your families that are part of this Honored 1%, thank you.  I know your sacrifice and your pain – may God bless you this day and […]

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The Evils of Multiculturalism and an Inviting Welfare State

by Steve MacDonald May 30, 2016
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Are Socialist European policies (see also Democrat Party policies) responsible for radicalization? In part II  of our interview with Dr. Samuel Gregg we discuss the attractiveness of western welfare and how immigration policy, multiculturalism, and a big welfare state, can be the seeds of radicalization. We also talk about the ideology of higher education, attacks […]

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The Lady Macbeth of Littlerock

by Steve MacDonald May 30, 2016
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Hillary is awful. She always has been. Absent a loveless political marriage to a charismatic cad she’d be nothing more than one of many shrill militant-feminazi foot-soldiers screeching from the darkness. Her stint as First Lady was nothing but scandal and failure. Her tenure as a Senator was jejune, rising to the pedestrian at best. As Secretary […]

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Memorial Day – “I’m gonna miss you”

by Skip May 30, 2016

Some gave all – willingly: “Memorial Day is about remembering the ones we lost and supporting their loved ones,” reads the description of the video on the band’s YouTube account. “It’s about celebrating the lives they lived. Thanking them for allowing us the opportunity to come home safe, and most of all, thanking them for […]

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Progressive definitions of mental illness

by Skip May 30, 2016

(H/T: Powerline)

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Memorial Day

by Steve MacDonald May 30, 2016
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Remembering all those who gave it all so that we can live in freedom. Memorial Day 2014. Speech from Ronald Reagan, 1985 at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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