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But Some Still Thinks He is The One We’ve Been Waiting For…

by Steve MacDonald May 11, 2014
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From Steven Goddard at Real Science. Obama can’t build a website, go bowling, balance a budget, tell the truth, or get along with other human beings – but he thinks he can control the weather 100 years from now.

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Quote For Trying Times: Thomas Paine

by Mike April 13, 2014

“It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from its government.” Certainly rings true today as the Patriots are arrayed in Nevada for the defense of Cliven Bundy and his ranch.

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My Quote of the Day

by Rick Olson June 13, 2013

“Gun and Second Amendment debates with liberals are akin to serving Filet Mignon and a fine Merlot to Bums more accustomed to stale Cheese sandwiches and Thunderbird Wine. Despite quality ( of the data), they always reject it and call you names.” —Rick Olson

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Notable quote:

by Tim Condon December 18, 2012

“Nothing appeals to intellectuals more than the feeling that they represent ‘the people.’ Nothing, as a rule, is further from the truth.”  —Author and historian Paul Johnson. Just a thought.

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The One You Feed

by Steve MacDonald August 16, 2011

“My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies, & ego. The other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, & truth.”

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Defining Blue Dog Democrats

by Steve MacDonald March 8, 2011

Once you have written over 1000 of these things, you forget some of the finer points you’ve made. Oh, I don’t mean on positions or policy. I’m a conservative. I base that stuff on a set of fixed standards. Say it 100 different ways but it is still based on the same core values. No, I’m referring to past rhetorical flourishes that strike me as amusing when I come across them. Case in point.

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