Daily Archives for February 5, 2013

February 5, 2013

Loveland, Colorado hates children [Darleen Click]

TweetWhat other explanation is there for suspending a 7 y/o boy for a recess game of trying to save the world? Vouchers, please.

05. February 2013 by Darleen
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February 5, 2013

Sandy Hook Father Schools Congress

TweetWow. This guy gets it. And makes it clear that the weathervanes in Congress, who spin willingly with what they perceive to be the present political winds, don’t and, sadly, won’t. Ever. Unless there’s something in it for them, that … Continue reading

05. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 5, 2013

From the Dept of Coup de grace: Jeb Bush to address CPAC

TweetAnother putative conservative organization that, on the executive level at least, is hoping to redefine conservatism as mush RINOism. This is Jeb Bush.  A man who utterly rejects principle when principle becomes difficult to stand on.  Or, as he tries … Continue reading

05. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 5, 2013

One last thing

TweetAnd just so you know it isn’t all gloom and doom around here:  a haiku, offered happily: My military- style assault rifle’s pregnant! Molon Labe, bitches.

05. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 5, 2013

What is there to say? The GOP goes the way of the Whigs [updated]

TweetThe House is said to working on behind-the-scenes secret “immigration reform”; the Senate is about to green-light gun-control measures (a cap on mag capacity, entirely unenforcible “universal background checks,” if I had to guess — which will later be added … Continue reading

05. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 5, 2013

“It’s who they are …” [Darleen Click]

Tweet“… it’s what they do,” to quote Jeff. Indefensible wealth. Think of all the envy, coveting, self-hate, and downright misanthropy wrapped up in that one little phrase. Really, the core “value” of the Left. h/t Twitchy

05. February 2013 by Darleen
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