Daily Archives for August 2, 2012
How to be a preachy illiberal douchebag, lose your job, and significantly damage your “cause” in 3 minutes or less!
Tweet For me, this guy — a (now) former CFO and an “academic” — is the poster child for the enforced conformity and thought policing that is the hallmark of progressive activism. May he live in permanent infamy. Whereas the … Continue reading
TweetSee, as a Colorado Democrat with daughters who’ve taken NRA gun courses, she’s all for gun ownership. Only with sensible limits, you see. Like, for instance, a ban on “assault weapons.” Or on “high capacity” magazines. Which, once banned from … Continue reading
TweetPeter Ferrara, The American Spectator: Calculated Deception. That is the central theme of the Obama campaign. Calculated Deception is the term I use for Obama’s rhetorical practice of trying to take advantage of what he calculates the average person does … Continue reading
TweetLet that be a lesson to you: health care is never free. – Unless you are an illegal, of course. Or you need some rubbers or pills and there’s a war being waged on you and your vagina by misogynistic … Continue reading
Tweet Ed Morrissey: I know that the term “Senate ethics” is often an oxymoron, but doesn’t accusing a political opponent from the Senate floor of a felony without offering a shred of proof violate some kind of ethics rule? “The … Continue reading
TweetBill Quick, reacting to a story that Ted Cruz served Chick-fil-a at his victory party, lapses into the kind of kneejerk libertarian hysteria that has become all too common among certain materialists on the right over the years. Writes Bill, … Continue reading
TweetLet’s get this out there: August first is hereby Free Speech Day. I’m writing my Congressman. Plus, an assertion: Sarah Palin is the most faithful conservative in the game. Hence unelectable, but that’s not my point. There is no single … Continue reading
TweetThat’s my prophecy. For what it’s worth. Discuss.
TweetStuff I’m waiting for the day after free speech appreciation day: Three major US cities to be sued for practicing official discrimination while promoting official moral values The citizens of those cities to demand their mayors issue corrections and publicly … Continue reading