Tuesday, September 27, 2016

See? Simple.

by Skip September 27, 2016

(H/T: Powerline)

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It seems Hillary needs others to be Stronger Together for her – media spins it

by Skip September 27, 2016

(H/T: Powerline)

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And US frackers have done more for US foreign policy than Obama/Hillary “Smart Diplomacy”

by Skip September 27, 2016

by simply out-working and out-innovating everyone else: Few predicted that in the fall of 2014, when Saudi Arabia signaled that it wouldn’t curb its output to put a floor under crude prices. Oil pundits concluded that a brutal culling would force higher-cost players known as marginal producers—a group that includes shale drillers—out of the market. […]

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College kids – too fragile to handle a Presidential debate?

by Skip September 27, 2016

Sheesh.  Hofstra is all over themselves for being the only institute of higher learning that has hosted a Prez debate in the last three cycles.  You’d think that their students would be all set with all of the attention that comes with that.  But sadly (and scary), not even these “seasoned” students can stand on […]

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Venezuela Isn’t Socialist, It’s Capitalist…Right Comrade?

by Scott Morales September 27, 2016

@Razalasd Venezuela has a leftist-run profit-driven CAPITALIST economy. NOTHING to do with socialism (a society with NO ruling elite)! pic.twitter.com/za1PzepTEv — The Socialist Party (@OfficialSPGB) September 27, 2016 Funny how Socialist countries always become something other than Socialist when the poison of its policies rots a society. It’s never really socialism, is it, not according […]

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Blogline of the Day – Democrats are all about having slaves in naming their annual Dinner

by Skip September 27, 2016

New Hampshire Democrats shift gears from honoring men who owned slaves to men who treated women like sex slaves to be used and/or abused at their whim. –Kimberly Morin She beat me to it on the NHDP renaming their annual dinner from Jefferson-Jackson to Kennedy-Clinton but certainly and perfectly summarizes the amorality of the current […]

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Books and bans and challenges

by Ellen Kolb September 27, 2016

It’s Banned Books Week, according to the American Library Association. I’ll join the ALA in cheering for free expression and the right to read. Where I part ways with the ALA is where they equate banned books with challenged books. It gets my hackles up when I’m advised not to challenge things. Read more at […]

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Kimberly Morin – 31st Gun Rights Policy Conference

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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Kimberly Morin took a few minutes away from the 31st annual Gun Rights Policy Conference over the weekend (in Tampa, Florida) to talk about the event, the speakers, and, yes, Gun Rights. Download this Segment | Listen to the Podcast

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Lester Holt

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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The Internet says Lester Holt was obviously biased. His reward is a suitable photoshop.

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Chuck Woolery Defends the Second Amendment

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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Complete with Game Show Sounds. ToiletBowl Politics on Facebook

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NH Democrats change dinner to honor a womanizer and accused rapist

by Kimberly Morin September 27, 2016

Yesterday it was reported by NHPR that the New Hampshire Democrat Party has decided to change the name of their annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner. Apparently they decided to change the name due to controversy about slavery. But who did Democrats decide to honor instead? John F. Kennedy and Bill Clinton. A womanizer and a man accused […]

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60 Seconds With Kimberly Morin

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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When it comes to gun rights, like most everything else, Democrat policy contradicts Democrat narratives. Kimberly Morin, reporting from the 31st Gun Rights Policy Conference in Tampa, Florida, explains it. Listen to Podcast #160 for the complete interview or watch for her segment later today.

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No, I did Not Watch the Debate

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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I don’t watch Debates. Boring. Pointless. Rigged, more or less. Little more than a platform from which to launch narratives against candidates who are not progressive enough. I’m #NeverHillary so why should I waste quality time on blowhards (and the candidates they are tweaking) fishing for tomorrow’s headlines, and (this time around) October’s anti-Trump narratives? A few […]

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25 Years Later

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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