Monthly Archives: April 2012

The state religion

In America the state has become the state religion and its catechism is taught in the public schools and the methods of the public schools have become unsound. The doctrine of “diversity,” for instance, which translates, “we are replacing your … Continue reading

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Sowell on Racism and Zimmerman

Direct, concise, and sober.

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Barack is no FDR?

Well, I’d say he’s worse. Conrad Black sees FDR as a great hero, to whom he compares our President Nosferatu unfavorably. My comment from that thread: It’s only because I admire Mr. Black that I hesitate to point out that Pharaoh … Continue reading

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VDH on the Left’s…

…endless bullshit.

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Impressions of the girlymen and women of MSNBC

Martin Bashir: An empty cubicle with a British accent. Alex Wagner: Using a magnifying glass and wearing gloves lift her upper lip with chopsticks and check for fiber optics. Andrea Mitchell: A blonde Corinthian leather sheath stretched tight over a … Continue reading

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Ruin and Dependency…

Heather Mac Donald on The New York Times’ near-sighted view of welfare.

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Presidents Club?

Yesterday the simpering busybodies on MSNBC were offering schoolgirl history about the “presidents club” and how sitting presidents reach out to former presidents for help. The funniest bit was about how Clinton and Nixon had a “special relationship.” I bet … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren?

That woman is pure Head Nurse. The real thing. She could teach Bloomberg how to wear the uniform.

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Can Obama be re-elected?

Well, he’s working the footprints of one of the biggest scumbags of all time.

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The anti-personality

Debbie Wasserman Schultz could have made Richard Nixon seem like Johnny Carson. She has an anti-personality. And if you hooked her up to a polygraph the only time you’d get a spike would be if she slipped up and told … Continue reading

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Ed Lazear: There has been no recovery

To speak of.

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New Paltz: Grand Jury refuses to indict Don Kerr

It’s already old news. Last week an Ulster County grand jury refused to indict former New Paltz school board president Don Kerr on charges related to the U.S. Post Office handing him a package, which he signed for, containing eight pounds … Continue reading

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The History of the Modern Republican Party: A Play in One Scene

The time is February 1969. The place is the Oval Office. Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger are alone, seated in chairs. A three-quarters empty bottle of Chivas Regal sits on a table between them. Nixon has been outpacing Kissinger by … Continue reading

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Morning note

Interesting. Barack is speaking to a “women’s forum” at the White House, rolling out the usual sophistries, but he’s wearing his Bill Clinton mask, complete with the biting the lower lip thing and the pregnant pauses. This is one of … Continue reading

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Arab Winter

Muslim Brotherhood comes to the White House. The “Arab Spring” ends with radical Islamists moving to power in Egypt, being pushed hard by a faction that’s even more radical. Hope and Change meets foreign policy. We’ve come so far.

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Jobs missing: 15 million

Pethokoukis quotes JPMorgan economist James Glassman: Under normal circumstances, there would be 153,000,000 jobs, including parttime jobs that people hold voluntarily. Currently, however, the number of full-time jobs and those who are holding part-time jobs voluntarily stand at 138,189,000.

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