Sunday, August 6, 2017

Celebrate the WWII Ending Atomic Bombs for the Millions of Lives Saved

by Don August 6, 2017

War is horrible.  People are killed, maimed, emotionally destroyed.  Property is destroyed, wealth is consumed.  As we saw in WWI, even the winners lose in protracted wars.  As we’ve seen in Viet Nam and Iraq, trying to conduct a “gentle”, “compassionate”, or “politically correct” wars just prolongs the killing, suffering, destruction, and cost.  If you […]

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$15 Minimum Wage Hurts People, as Democrats Intend

by Don August 6, 2017

Democrat politicians ooze concern for the poor and promise wonderful sounding policies to win the votes of gullible, ignorant, and willingly deceived people.  But, in practice, Democrat policies hurt the people they are promised to help.  The Democrat demanded $15 minimum wage hurts young, uneducated, unskilled, and/or part-time workers. A recent University of Washington study […]

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President Trump: Immigrants Will Not Be Able To Qualify For Welfare For Five Years

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2017

Prohibiting immigrants from collecting welfare for the first few years here is not a new idea, but it is an excellent idea, and not just because Democrats will hate it. And make no mistake. Democrats loathe it. “Just this week, we announced a historic immigration bill to create a merit-based Green Card system that ends […]

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Wasserman Schultz Defends Imran Awan – NH Media Still Not Covering the Story

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2017

Three days ago embattled Congresswoman and former DNC chair/ Hillary-Fixer Debbie Wasserman Schultz sat down with the Orlando Sentinel to defend her Information-Technology specialist. Imran Awan transferred a large sum to a bank in Pakistan then tried to flee the country. L’il Debbie is standing by her man.

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Notable Quote – Theodore Dalrymple

by Skip August 6, 2017

“The rule of law is not at all the same thing as the rule of laws, or the preeminence of law in our lives; indeed, they are almost opposite, insofar as one of the objects of the rule of law is to make the legally permissible and impermissible knowable to the citizen in advance. Where […]

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