Daily Archives for February 6, 2013

February 6, 2013

Have we finally found a Paul we can get behind for President? [UPDATED]

TweetAnd by “we,” I mean those of us who were sickened by the elder Paul’s foreign policy ideas?  Because the son doesn’t sound too terribly much like the father. It’s important to remember that the establishment backed a moderate KY … Continue reading

06. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 6, 2013

New Dept of Agriculture regulations will prohibit soda, candy, in nationalized local schools

TweetAnd people thought I was joking 9-year ago when I predicted that, if we followed the governmental and regulatory trajectory we were on, we’d soon find ourselves having to do mandatory morning exercises in order to justify our (now “free”) … Continue reading

06. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 6, 2013

“Jeb Bush Moving Closer to 2016 Run”

TweetWith Christie or Rubio as his running mate, if I had to guess. And why not?  I mean, it’s not like if you put your ear to the ground and listen attentively you can’t here the slow, steadily-building swell for … Continue reading

06. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 6, 2013

“Senate Republicans Arm the Brotherhood”

TweetAndy McCarthy, who claims to know a thing or two about the Muslim Brotherhood, seems displeased.  Which is odd, given that I’ve read bloggers praising the strategery of such a masterful willingness to arm the Brotherhood in order to, you … Continue reading

06. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 6, 2013

Best response yet to the suspension of the CO boy who tossed an imaginary grenade to save the world

TweetFrom a commenter on the Denver Post write up:  “Just as well. He would only get an imaginary education at a place like this…” My own thoughts, which I put on Twitter this morning, come down to this:  Evidently, to … Continue reading

06. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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February 6, 2013

“How Republicans can win”

TweetThis David Horowitz essay was forwarded along to me by several readers, presumably because in it, Horowitz deals quite a bit with adjusting the messaging that goes along with conservative policy to match and or/ counter the left’s decided rhetorical … Continue reading

06. February 2013 by Jeff G.
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