The success of socialism

‘Twasn’t so long ago that the then-President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela was a hero to the American left, with his Bolivarian socialism and constant criticism of President George Bush. Well, Señor Chavez has gone to his eternal reward, and Venezuela, still governed by socialists, is reaping the rewards of socialism. From The Wall Street Journal: …

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We Have No Control, Send More Money Is Basically Baltimore Now

I find this very interesting.  The Mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlins-Blake, has ADMITTED by welcoming this review by the DOJ, She can not, and will not govern the City.  In  a city where the Minority is in the Majority practically across the board, and Democrat, she all but says We Have No Control, Send More …

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As usual, Hillary Clinton gets it wrong

From The Washington Post: Hillary Clinton hopes to undo the mass incarceration system Bill Clinton helped build By Philip Bump | April 29, 2015 On Wednesday morning, Hillary Clinton appeared at New York’s Columbia University to discuss crime and criminal justice in one of the first speeches of her 2016 campaign. She advocated putting cameras …

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Kane is unable

The woes of the Democrats’ one time “It Girl” are mounting! From The Philadelphia Inquirer: AG Kane quashed subpoenas in casino investigation, sources say Craig R. McCoy and Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writers | Last updated: Thursday, April 2, 2015, 1:08 AM | Posted: Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 8:36 PM Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen …

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California’s death row is filled up

I have written previously on the inefficiency of capital punishment, and Kevin McFadden writes that America’s largest death row has run out of room. California anticipates twenty new death row prisoners this year. The state’s death row has cells for 715 prisoners, and 708 of them are filled; another 23 are being housed at other …

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The inefficiency of capital punishment

In 1991, Thomas Clyde Bowling was sentenced to death for the murders of Eddie and Tina Earley. The Earleys were sitting in their automobile outside of the Earley Bird Cleaners, a dry cleaning business in Lexington, Kentucky, that they owned, with their two-year-old son, when Mr Bowling shot them; their son was also shot, but …

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Oh, I so hope that this true!

From the New York Post: Obama adviser behind leak of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal By Edward Klein | March 14, 2015 | 9:33pm It’s the vast left-wing conspiracy. Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett leaked to the press details of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail address during her time as secretary of state, sources …

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Hillary Clinton is smarter than Kathleen Kane

The former Secretary of State knew that emails could be used against her; it seems as though Pennsylvania’s Attorney General did not. From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Inquirer exclusive: How the perjury case against Kane was built Craig R. McCoy and Angela Couloumbis, Inquirer Staff Writers | Last updated: Friday, March 13, 2015, 1:08 AM | …

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Kathleen Kane: the appearance of impropriety

From the Philadelphia Daily News: Kane ‘cautiously hopeful’ after Pa. Supreme Court hearing David Gambacorta, Daily News Staff Writer gambacd@phillynews.com, 215-854-5994 | Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2015, 12:16 AM The curious case of Kathleen Kane took center stage in Philadelphia yesterday. The state Supreme Court heard spirited arguments in a packed City Hall courtroom over …

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