Keith Ellison

LtE Doodlings – This stands as well today as it did back in 2006

by Skip May 16, 2018

I’m trying to find some information in the second level basement of my emails – with well over 10GB of emails, there’s a lot of sub-basements to look through.  I stumbled across this Letter to the Editor and unfortunately, it rings as true today as it did back in 2006 (reformatted): Doug Lambert’s column pointed […]

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DNC Deputy Chair LOVES him some Antifa (thus endorses its tactics)

by Skip January 4, 2018

SHOT: uber-Progressive Keith Ellison, Democrat Congressman (D-MN) and DNC Deputy Chair endorses Antifa At @MoonPalaceBooks and I just found the book that strike fear in the heart of @realDonaldTrump — Rep. Keith Ellison (@keithellison) January 3, 2018 Antifa is a far-left group that uses violence to achieve progressive political ends, including starting riots and […]

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I guess DNC Chair wannabee Keith Ellison forgot about President JFK and Senator Robert Byrd?

by Skip January 15, 2017

Both of them were Democrats. Keith Ellison is the US Rep from Minnesota and the first Muslim elected to the House.  He is now in the running to become the Democrat National Committee Chair (as his two predecessors were caught red handed throwing the Dem Prez Primary to Hillary over Sanders). His campaign rhetoric is […]

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This Week – Liberal tries to defend the anti-religious HHS mandate by using religion (or something)

by Skip March 24, 2014

I really can’t get my head around what or how US Congressman Keith Ellison (R-MN)  said on “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” (yeah, I watch the Sunday talking head programs, mostly, so you don’t have to) about the HHS Mandate and religion.  It is clear that he believes that Government should be able to control […]

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At least he’s honest about it – to him, it IS the Government’s money

by Skip August 4, 2013

Obama: “I think that when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody“ One’s wealth is a measure of one’s labor (effort, motiviation, and skill) and time – the “price” society attaches to you economically (but not to your worth as a person – different measure).  Which brings up the great Libertarian question: who […]

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