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April 23, 2014

“Keystone Uncensored”

TweetWSJ: Republicans are denouncing President Obama’s latest delay on the Keystone XL pipeline, six long years after it was proposed. But for cold political fury they have nothing on Terry O’Sullivan, who runs the Laborers’ International Union that represents a … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 23, 2014

“Liberals Petition White House To ‘Abolish’ Capitalism…”

TweetWell, I guess the relative lack of signatories should be heartening. If you’re a glass half-full-type guy, that is. If alternately you embrace your own cenosillicaphobic masochism, you’ll assume that the kinds of people who would sign such a thing … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 23, 2014

What I learned today, redux

TweetSince I’m still being hounded a bit on Twitter (well, a few putative conservatives are still talking about me, after having blocked me.  Because IRONY), I decided to merely start replying to certain critics — one actually suggested there’s nothing … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 22, 2014

What I learned today

TweetAsking a question of a supposed fellow conservative is, according to a legion of sycophantic supposed fellow conservatives (just read through my Twitter feed today), akin to “harassment.”  To “attack.” To “slapping” someone who has suffered from battered wife syndrome. … Continue reading

22. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 22, 2014

“How to respond to Thomas Piketty’s inequality alarmism”

TweetPiketty, for those you who don’t know, is leftist/socialist French economist who has put together a modern-day version of Marxist market principles, which of course are a critique of capitalism and the garden variety Fabian concern over “income inequality” — … Continue reading

22. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 22, 2014

SCOTUS GETS ONE RIGHT: upholds Michigan’s ban on affirmative action in college admissions

TweetWashington Examiner: The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld Michigan’s ban on using race as a factor in college admissions. The justices said in a 6-2 ruling that Michigan voters had the right to change their state constitution in 2006 to … Continue reading

22. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 21, 2014

From the Dept of deadpan: Who’d have thunk it?

Tweet“Attkisson: Some CBS Bosses Seemed ‘Personally Defensive’ of the Obama Administration”: Former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson has been making the media rounds, discussing her departure from the network she called home for more than two decades. She appeared on … Continue reading

21. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 21, 2014

Go Towson Tigers!

TweetNever before have I been so proud to be an alum. Just as a year or so ago I was never more proud to be a graduate student alum of Johns Hopkins, and, more recently, a former English, argument, and … Continue reading

21. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 21, 2014

Ladies and gentlemen: your “moderate,” “mainstreet” Republicans

TweetThe “Main Street” Republicans want to redefine conservatism as “center-rightism,” all while trying to paint actual constitutionalists as either secretly liberal (and they are, though only in the classical sense). This is what the big money establishment backers have come … Continue reading

21. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 21, 2014

California is big enough to form its own country. Let’s insist it do so.

TweetBecause this kind of thing isn’t American in any traditional meaning of that designation:  “Calif. moves to ban judges affiliated with Boy Scouts”: [...] In a move with major legal implications, The California Supreme Court Advisory Committee on The Code … Continue reading

21. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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