Saturday, May 27, 2017

And WHY does the US continue to fund this band of World Govt wannabees?

by Skip May 27, 2017

UN health agency spends more on travel than on AIDS and malaria combined. According to the Associated Press, the WHO routinely has spent about $200 million a year on travel expenses—more than what it spends to fight AIDS and hepatitis ($70.5 million), tuberculosis ($59 million), and malaria ($61 million) combined. At a time when the […]

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Notable Quote – Mark Steyn

by Skip May 27, 2017

“Poland and Hungary and Slovakia do not have Islamic terrorism because they have very little Islam“ In part, Mark Styn’s thoughts on the Ariana Grande concert terrorism attack and the real sickness about it.  Emphasis mine: And so it will prove for cafe life, and shopping malls, and pop concerts. Maybe Ariana Grande will be […]

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Data Point – that “Morals” post I just put up?

by Skip May 27, 2017

Here?  Yeah, this kinda proves it, yes? Emphasis mine, reformatted: Student funding appeared to play a significant part in students’ responses, with 55 per cent of participants indicating that a drop or cessation of their student funding would make it more likely for them to enter into a sugar baby arrangement. Overall, most participants said they […]

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Data Point – I coulda told you that!

by Skip May 27, 2017

Gallup interviewed 1,011 U.S. residents aged 18 or older on May 3-7 and asked them two questions about the moral state of the nation. The first question: “How would you rate the overall state of moral values in this country today—as excellent, good, only fair, or poor.” Most think it’s pretty crappy.  Gosh, I wonder […]

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Education: anti-parents

by Skip May 27, 2017

George Will read US Sen. Ben Sasse’s new book.  A slice: In the long-running rivalry between the realist and romantic views of human nature, Sasse is firmly with the former. This aligns him against those who believe that schooling should be “a substitute for parents” as life’s “defining formative institution.” In the progressive view of […]

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Debating Liberals – even if you win, you lose (unless you just laugh at them)

by Skip May 27, 2017

(H/T: Powerline)

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Putting Some Perspective On the Democrat Win in Wolfeboro, NH

by Steve MacDonald May 27, 2017

Much has been made of a Democrat victory in a recent special election in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. A town that voted, not just for Trump but for just about every Republican on the ticket last November. A legislative State House seat flipped for the first time in forever. Is it a sign that the Democrats […]

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