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April 16, 2014

“BREAKING: Bloomberg Launches Everytown for Gun Safety”

TweetAnd as you would expect, one of its first releases relies on a contrived emotional appeal, as if accidental death from handguns were reason enough to take away our unalienable right to secure our lives and property, as outlined in … Continue reading

16. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 16, 2014

“BANANA REPUBLICANS: New Head Of Virginia GOP on Eric Cantor’s Payroll”

TweetConflict of interest, you say?  Why, balderdash. Twas but a simple misunderstanding, surely.  An accidental oversight. Of which we’ll be told Cantor had no direct knowledge.   PJM: On a local website co-managed by Shaun Kenney, the newly appointed executive director … Continue reading

16. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 16, 2014

On Federal Land Management, desert tortoises, and range wars

TweetOn his show last night, Mark Levin referenced a fascinating 2002 study by Ron Utt, PhD, that — using the government’s own data — showed developed land in the US was, at the time, 5.2 % in the contiguous 48 … Continue reading

16. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 15, 2014

“RNC Sues IRS Over Information Stonewalling on Targeting Scandal”

TweetA lawsuit?  How about just cutting to the chase and pass a bill abolishing the goddamn thing in favor of a flat tax — at least until we can get a convention of the states convened wherein an amendment for … Continue reading

15. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 15, 2014

“Harry Reid on Bundy Ranch Showdown: ‘It’s not Over’; Rory Reid says Bundy should be Prosecuted”

TweetBreitbart: Following remarks Senate Majority leader Harry Reid made at the University of Nevada, Reno on Monday, the Nevada Democrat told Reno’s KRNV TV his thoughts on the cattle controversy in Gold Butte.  “Well, it’s not over. We can’t have … Continue reading

15. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 15, 2014

“Oligarchy, not democracy: Americans have ‘near-zero’ input on policy – report”

TweetGee. What a shocker. Of course, here, elites are classified by wealth, giving he whole study a kind of Marxist feel, with undertones that speak to “income inequality” (read:  a condition of liberty) — whereas if there weren’t politicians willing … Continue reading

15. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 15, 2014

“University calls the amount of white people on campus a ‘failure,’ asks for ideas on how to have fewer”

TweetLooking for ways to limit whites on campus isn’t racism, you see.  It’s a push for “diversity” — because, let’s face it, all white people have the same ideas, same social experiences, same nurtured backgrounds, and are essentially carbon copies … Continue reading

15. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 15, 2014

Defining the terms

TweetI suppose one could argue that we still have a relatively free press, but what one can also argue is that — because it’s a press that has become an arm of progressive activism and big government — the freedom … Continue reading

15. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 14, 2014

Question: why “voter supression, “paycheck fairness,” and the Koch bros.?

TweetAnswer:  it’s who they are.  It’s what they do.  And when they’re panicked, it gets even worse. Not to mention, more and more partisan and incoherent. I wonder:  did the people — the vast majority Democrats or more avowed leftists … Continue reading

14. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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April 14, 2014

“EPA Concedes: We Can’t Produce All the Data Justifying Clean Air Rules”

TweetBecause saying “we lied, and it worked, and now we control just about every aspect of the progressive plan to ‘de-grow’ the private sector,” is just a bit too candid.  CNS NEWS: Seven months after being subpoenaed by Congress, Environmental … Continue reading

14. April 2014 by Jeff G.
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