Monday, July 3, 2017

Data Point – about that Paris Agreement?

by Skip July 3, 2017

I thought that coal was bad and set up the “WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE!!!”, right? That “everyone had to do their part”.  SUCH shock and rancor that the US simply decided not to self-immolate its economy – where’s all the uproar about this? 1,600 new coal-fired power plants are planned or under construction in 62 […]

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Democrat Party – In touch or out of sync’?

by Skip July 3, 2017

Rasmussen Polling 31 percent of likely voters in the Democratic Party “believe the current national leadership of their party is representative of most Democrats,” Only 23 percent of all likely voters said the Democratic Party leadership is representative of their beliefs. 58 percent of those surveyed said the party needs new leaders. 75 percent of […]

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I cannot help myself: Working hard or hardly working?

by Skip July 3, 2017

Where can I get such a job that pays $174K/year and I get so much vacation time?? Oh yeah – this is the calendar for the US House of Representatives. Fifteen weeks of not working in DC in crafting and passing legislation. Sure, there is “work in the district”, but we vote them in to […]

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Random Thoughts on the Monday Before Independence Day

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2017

1.) Democrats like to accuse everyone but themselves of vote suppression but abortion is vote suppression, and they’ll do anything to protect that. The irony, of course, is that they are statistically suppressing their own likely voters while a majority of Republicans favor letting them not just live, but live long enough to vote (potentially) against Republicans. 2.) […]

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Andrew Klavan: What Is Fake News?

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2017

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If Illinois Had One-Party Rule: House Dems Pass $5 Billion Tax Increase

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2017

I am fond of pointing out that to Democrats there is no limit to how much of other people’s property they will spend. California is the poster child, but Illinois is vying for the title. If it weren’t for the citizens electing a Republican Governor, they’d be staring into the teeth of a 32% $5 billion dollar […]

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