Archive for October 22nd, 2013

Ku Klux Klansmen and women at a cross lighting in on November 12th, 2005. (Source: WIkimedia Commons)

The Historical Party of Racism Calls Tea Party ‘Racist’

I guess when you’re morally and intellectually bankrupt, the only retort you can muster is the tired old lie of smearing your opponents as “racists.” At some point (long past), the lies of the Left really start to make George Orwell’s novels look like non-fiction. Can someone get Rep. Grayson a history book…or two?

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Turn Out the Lights, the Party’s Over

Turn Out the Lights, the Party’s Over

Today, after a very long four plus, almost five years, we have another turn key of the lights. While he busies himself with usual excuse making and alibis, per his insulting style of “talking down to,” there is a growing mindset that enough is enough, as each successive TV appeal becomes more and more routine. The sense and growing reaction from both supporters and detractors is that what former oratory skills Obama no doubt possessed has now become stale and increasingly insulting.

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Expect to get Auto-Enrolled in ObamaCare

Expect to get Auto-Enrolled in ObamaCare

While President Barack Obama attempts to put a happy face on the cluster rollout of Healthcare.gov and other state exchanges, where only a half million people are said to have applied for government-subsidized insurance, it may be time to start asking if this was not all a part of the plan in the first place.

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Senate Conservatives Fund Endorses NE Conservative

Senate Conservatives Fund Endorses NE Conservative

Today, the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) endorsed Ben Sasse (R-NE) for the U.S. Senate in Nebraska. Ben Sasse is running in a multi-candidate primary to fill the open U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Senator Mike Johanns (R-NE).

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Big Bang Theory Has Big Problems

Big Bang Theory Has Big Problems

As is usually the case, the more we learn about science–including astronomy and astrophysics–the more we learn that the ideas pushed on us for years as “science” have some really big problems. In fact, when many of these claims are examined closely, we find that they are contrary to science. The big bang theory, the supposed 13 billion year age of the universe, star formation and many ideas related to astronomy have some major problems with their scientific viability, and with observable science.

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The Winds of Change

The Winds of Change

As much as the establishment arm of Washington and their media counterparts would like the Tea Party to just disappear, they are wrong in their assessment of the shutdown and its impact on the movement. The Tea Party has emerged from this federal fracas more committed and clear-eyed than ever. The Republican establishment is rotten at its core. But the winds of change have begun to blow in Washington, and many Americans couldn’t be gladder. The G.O.P. can either get on board or get pushed out of the way.

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Question for Rush: ‘Republicans Hoodwinked?’

Question for Rush: ‘Republicans Hoodwinked?’

Reacting to the Republican cave in on the shutdown and the defunding of Obamacare, Rush Limbaugh, in a nine minute diatribe on his radio show which was republished by World Net Daily, complained bitterly that Republicans had been “hoodwinked” by various political tricks played by Democrats and by the media.Hoodwinked? Seriously, Rush?

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Common Core Would Make Any Communist Regime Proud

All authoritarian regimes must necessarily commandeer their country’s education system. They must own and mold the minds of the children to make the kids into pliable, group-thinking serfs of the state—“good citizens.” Freedom of thought and wealth of real knowledge are anathema to communist leaders.

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