Monday, May 1, 2017

WSJ Editors Enthuse Over Trump’s Tax Plan

by Mike May 1, 2017

The “Journal Editorial Report” is one of my regular weekend shows, and this week’s edition was especially good as the team dissected and enthused over the details of Trump’s tax plan: Not only did the editors like the plan overall, for its simplicity and potential to grow the economy, but they skewered the predictable and […]

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TANSTAAFL – and Oregon is starting to learn that “free money” ain’t free

by Skip May 1, 2017

SHOT: Oregon lawmakers consider ending Medicaid expansion to shore up budget. Democratic lawmakers in Oregon are considering ending the state’s Medicaid expansion in an effort to address a $1.6 billion budget shortfall. The state’s Ways and Means committee, which includes both senators and representatives, suggested cutting Medicaid expansion in an effort to curb Oregon’s $1.6 billion budget […]

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Since commenter Asawatch seems to like Communism

by Skip May 1, 2017

I figured that a little rebuttal from some of his comments here in an entertaining way would be in order – Louder from Crowder:   From NRO, a book to read:  The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression (H/T: RedState, The Corner)

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Remember Victims of Communism Day, May Day 2017

by Scott Morales May 1, 2017

Today is May Day or what should be Remember the Victims of Communism Day. From The Washington Post: May Day began as a holiday for socialists and labor union activists, not just communists. But over time, the date was taken over by the Soviet Union and other communist regimes and used as a propaganda tool […]

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Embarrassing – GOP just got on their knees to the Dems on this latest budget deal

by Skip May 1, 2017

Yeah, the GOP is alREADY saying “wait until next time!” Nancy Pelosi & Chuck Schumer are laughing and laughing at this gutless wonders that promised us everything but have given us Conservatives essentially nothing in this “bipartisan” agreement.  As Steve pointed out here and especially here at “On the Crossing of Aisles”: This is not ‘Democrats’ […]

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What Happend to Dartmouth’s Pretendian?

by Steve MacDonald May 1, 2017

In October of 2015, Dartmouth College had to make a change after getting caught with their little Social Justice Warrior pants around their politically correct ankles. They appointed (ethnomusicologist) Susan Taffe Reed as director of their Native American Program on the basis of her affiliation with the Eastern Delaware Nations a non-profit (as it turns out having […]

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President Trump’s Remarks to the NRA Leadership Forum

by Steve MacDonald May 1, 2017
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What Is The Republican Party For?

by Mike May 1, 2017

WSJ’s Daniel Henninger asks what many of us are thinking

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It is clear that she doesn’t own a mirror

by Skip May 1, 2017

And then damns herself with her own words, this Samatha Bee: SHOT: There Is No Smug Liberal Problem, Says Bee “But is there a smug liberal problem?” asked Tapper. “I don’t think there is,” replied Bee.  “I do the show for me and for people like me, and I don’t care how the rest of the […]

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“We know EXACTLY where Mr. Trump’s tax returns are”

by Skip May 1, 2017

Heh! (H/T: Powerline)

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Notable Quote – Ben Stein

by Skip May 1, 2017

…There’s an atmosphere of terror on campuses across the country… The formula is simple. Get a few nonwhite students to label a potential speaker a racist, whether or not there is the slightest evidence he or she is. Then bring in the looney left faculty, then bring in the women with fake charges of sexism, […]

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On the Crossing of Aisles

by Steve MacDonald May 1, 2017

State Sen. David Watters and State Sen. Jeb Bradley co-wrote a piece in the Union Leader this morning. IT IS A BREATH OF FRESH air when an issue arises that has popular support and allows Democrats and Republicans to reach across the aisle and work together. That is exactly what we are doing right now […]

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