Well, this saves me a whole lot of words.

by Skip September 10, 2017

But if you need some to understand this, just let me know – I have more than a few thoughts about this. (H/T: Powerline)

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You won’t like what comes after Trump, morons

by Skip August 24, 2017

Kurt Schlichter has a piece at Townhall that I thinks speaks to a lot of the Republican base, especially those from the TEA Party movement, on the GOPe (Establishment GOP and NeverTrumpers).  While he rails against mostly the latter (but plenty for the former), this caught my eye: …Oh yeah, we’ll repeal Obamacare. Oh yeah, […]

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From the “Nothing Democrats Promise Comes True” File: Seattle Gun Tax Failures

by Steve MacDonald June 17, 2017

From Legal Insurrection: After Seattle’s Gun Tax: Lost Jobs, Little Revenue, More Violent Crime. Is anyone who is not a liberal surprised? Although Seattle’s gun tax was supposed to bring in $300,000 to $500,000, it’s brought in less than $200,000.  The money was supposed to be used to “study” gun violence and to somehow lower […]

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Even With Billions of Your Dollars ObamCare Co-ops Failing…

by Steve MacDonald October 19, 2015
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This is what happens when you trust the government with your money and you life… Daily Caller Federal officials have a secret list of 11 Obamacare health insurance co-ops they fear are on the verge of failure, but they refuse to disclose them to the public or to Congress, a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation […]

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Obama Crushes Another Record

by Scott Morales June 2, 2015

His presidency has produced the lowest average first quarter GDP growth evah recorded. President Barack Obama has presided over the lowest average first-quarter GDP growth of any president who has served since 1947, which is the earliest year for which the Bureau of Economic

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Quarantine Shaheen Street Art Hits New Hampshire

by Scott Morales November 3, 2014
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Quarantine Shaheen street art posters were plastered throughout New Hampshire yesterday.  The poster depicts a zombified Shaheen complete with O’s campaign logo for her eyes.  Which is a nice touch, it succinctly conveys what’s she’s been doing in DC for six years.  How she serves the people of New Hampshire.  She serves them like an […]

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Poverty – Is it income inequality or consumption inequality that matters?

by Skip September 17, 2014

From Heritage, an infographic that talks about the poor in America.  And it really doesn’t describe the stereotype of what LBJ presented: that of real abject poverty in Appalachia.  We still have that in our minds when we hear about the poor.  And if you are in a location or socioeconomic strata in which you […]

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What Iraq ‘Inherited’ From Obama

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2014
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From Tim Arango – Baghdad Bureau Chief for the New York Times… It’s not my job to rate the Obama Administration’s actions in Iraq. But I will tell you that after 2011 the administration basically ignored the country. they did not want to see what was really happening because it conflicted with the narrative that […]

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Obama: It’s My Government

by Scott Morales June 7, 2014
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The self regard this man has is enough to make Narcissus blush (just an idea, but maybe someone should show him the reflecting pool on the mall, that may occupy him for the remainder of his term). In defense of The One’s latest blunder of trading 5 barbarian, terrorist generals for a potential deserter the […]

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Welcome To Total Failure Island

by Steve MacDonald March 13, 2014
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Democrats insisting we must increase the minimum wage is like a wife-beater showing up at the door with flowers. Me Nothing says total economic failure like a political party (Democrats), which has crooned endlessly about its effort to create good paying jobs for American families, having to use the force of law to make wages […]

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The Failure of Veteran Senate Republicans

by Tom March 4, 2014

I’m wondering why some of our veteran Senate Republicans are jumping on the easy track to fixing the so-called Medicaid expansion “problem”. Republicans are supposed to lean toward market based, economic oriented solutions and away from entitlement-based fixes, which ultimately our grandchildren, not us, nor the aging Republican Senators (who feel the need to “do something“), will pay for. […]

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The Evolution of Progressive Rule

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2013

CNN via Doubleyouemyouare Detroit filed for bankruptcy Thursday afternoon, becoming the nation’s largest public sector bankruptcy. The move could slash pension benefits to city workers and retirees, and leave investors holding the city’s debt with only pennies on the dollar. In the end, all that support public union support for unsustainable government is for naught.  […]

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Johnny can’t read? Janie can’t add? Well, here’s another reason why.

by Skip June 19, 2013

My feeling is that the most significant factor behind a student’s success in school are engaged parents.  I remember Mom having me sit at the kitchen table and watching me do homework AFTER she had gone over the material herself.  It wasn’t until I hit subjects like finite match, calculus, and programming and AP biology […]

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Failure Is A Five Letter Word O-B-A-M-A

by Steve MacDonald October 9, 2012
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Obama- A Bad Investment Whose Turn is Running Out.

by Steve MacDonald March 25, 2011

They promised jobs, cars, peace, good health, they’d save our homes, make peace with the world, and create a clean energy future. No more infighting, partisanship, dirty politics, special interests running things–nothing but sunshine and happiness.

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