A Post-mortem On How Obama Got Elected.

November 18, 2008

I’ll tell you this up-front: there’s very little I can add to what I’m going to link to concerning this post.  A Zogby poll was commissioned by John Ziegler, the author of The Death of Free Speech.  The questions were directed to people who voted for Barack “The Nazarine” Obama in the general election.

The results of the poll should make any freedom-loving US citizen seriously ill.

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The Myth of the “Fool’s Errand”

October 20, 2013

Not too long ago, Senator John McCain went on TV, and excoriated Ted Cruz for daring to stand up and filibuster in the vain attempt to de-fund and destroy that pox on Americana that we all know as “Obamacare.”  Then again, this is nothing new for John McCain.  He said similar things about TEA Party-backed candidates, comparing them to Hobbits on a mission to destroy the One Ring in the heart of Mordor.  Honestly, the comparison couldn’t haven’t been more appropriate…and not in the way most people think.

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Why Atheists are Evolutionary Throwbacks

July 6, 2011

Ever seen a dog pray?

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Paul Krugman’s Welfare Lie

May 24, 2011

Yes, “Ferret-face” Krugman is at it again.  And this time he’s playing historical revisionist when it comes to Reagan’s legacy.

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A Birth Certificate Proves Nothing for Obama

April 28, 2011

The fact that Barack Obama has finally produced a birth certificate doesn’t mean this “birther” thing has gone away.

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When All Else Fails, The Press Can Always Count On Bashing Bush

February 21, 2011

Oh Lord, here we go again!  The press is out there dredging up the same “Bush lied and led us into war,” horse crap that launched the careers of several moonbat liberals in the last decade.

Let’s do a little analysis, shall we?

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Why Our Grandparents Hated Actors

February 16, 2011

Nowadays, most actors are glorified.  They’re placed on some of the highest pedestals.  However, back in the old days, this wasn’t always the case.

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What Does Your Label Say About You?

February 7, 2011

In my musings, I’ve often wondered about the seeming contradiction between what was once the moniker of “conservative” and liberal.  After all, your classic liberal is all about individual freedoms, right?  And a conservative is a reactionary who fears change, correct?  Well, yes and no…

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