Wednesday, October 5, 2016

And I thought the Feds “solved” this problem via regulations on gas cans

by Skip October 5, 2016

You know, the “new” ones (left) that are almost impossible to, you know, actually use without spilling far more copious amounts on the ground than, you know, the pre-Smart People old style cans (right; that actually did the job they were intended to)?  Reformatted, emphasis mine: Belmont resident burned adding gasoline to campfire BELMONT — […]

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Without profits, there’d be no paid public service

by Skip October 5, 2016

Instapundit points over to Coyoteblog on an issue that is of high priority in this age – somehow that profits are ugly, mean, and totally unnecessary.  It’s the root of all things, for gosh sakes!  Hmm, certainly those of us who have ever signed the front of a paycheck understand that.  I also do wonder, […]

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Progressivity in our income tax system is UNFAIR

by Skip October 5, 2016

“Is the U.S. tax system fair? Are the rich paying too little or too much? What about the middle and lower class? New York Times bestselling author Amity Shlaes answers these questions, and offers a tax solution that most Americans could get on board with.” It seems fair that people who make more money should […]

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Disqus Doodlings – “…proving once again, environmentalist are the people of “you don’t and CAN’T have that”.”

by Skip October 5, 2016

Not a compelling message is how I ended one of my comments over at, where else, Treehugger at another Katherine Martinko screed about how much she hates meat eating (“Meat-eating is on the rise in the United States“).  Part of it: In bad news for environmental, health, and animal welfare advocates, the latest numbers show […]

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To Dream the Impossible Scheme

by Ed Naile October 5, 2016

Here ya go. Let’s take on a little project now that America is $20 trillion in the hole. Make America car accident fatality free! (Works with gun control, right?) I have a much more difficult project in mind for the Federal Government. How about we make the Federal Government fraud, waste, and corruption free in […]

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Weld It Shut, Bill!

by Mike October 5, 2016

Noteworthy un-conservative erstwhile Republican and temporary Libertarian, Bill Weld, is shape-shifting again, in an attempt to remain in the news this election season. According to The Boston Globe, Weld has dedicated himself to stopping Trump for the balance of the 2016 election season. All about himself: The Libertarian vice presidential candidate, William F. Weld, said […]

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#GunConTrolls

by Steve MacDonald October 5, 2016

So far this year, Chicago Democrats have shot over 3,300 people. @HillaryClinton wants to bring this to your town.https://t.co/zghk4YT4Vy pic.twitter.com/YpyMtIrbvz — Steve Goddard (@SteveSGoddard) October 5, 2016 As I was tweeting in response to the above (because we all know that every Democrat wants the kind of laws that make Chicagoland one of the deadliest […]

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Opening a Can of Voter Fraud Worms

by Ed Naile October 5, 2016

The Public Interest Legal Foundation, representing the American Civil Rights Union, has opened up a can of voter fraud worms in the City of Philadelphia, specifically convicted felon voters voting illegally. Philly is known for letting uniformed Black Panthers patrol election stations and zero Republican votes cast in many wards in the city. You can […]

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