Taxes are for the little people!

And I must be one of the small fry . . . not that I ever thought otherwise. I was more than a little annoyed that I had to pay an additional $5091 in income taxes, and it was a big hit: we had the money, saved up, but we are now going to have …

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The unreality-based community

I don’t usually follow Pamela Geller’s Atlas Shrugs, but she normally has a lot of good stuff; I spotted this one due to a link from Robert Stacey Stacy McCain: No Insurance Available for Jewish Kindergartens in Belgium Europe nearly “exterminated” all of its Jews, and chose instead to import tens of millions of Muslims. …

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Possibly breaking the rules?

From The New York Times: Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules By Michael S. Schmidt | March 2, 2015 WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, State Department officials said, and may have violated federal requirements that …

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The most Pyrrhic of victories (Part 2)

As we noted in The most Pyrrhic of victories, the Senate Democrats defeated a bill to authorize the Keystone XL pipeline last November, when some of them hoped that hey could save the seat of then-Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) in her run-off election. Whether authorization would have enabled her to save her seat is doubtful, …

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Twisted liberal logic

President Obama tells us that people are whatever they identify as being, so if a male thinks that he’s actually female, well then, he’s female, and we have to recognize him as female under the law. But if a group identifies itself as “Islamic State,” and do horrible, horrible things, well they’re not really Islamic, …

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The American Left: Do as I say, don’t do as I do!

Is there a more leftist city in the United States than San Francisco? Via Donald Douglas: As Parents Get More Choice, S.F. Schools Resegregate San Francisco faces a challenge: promoting educational options without undermining classroom diversity By Jeremy Adam Smith | San Francisco Public Press | February 2, 2015 – 8:40am Each January, parents across …

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Let’s break out the irony meter

From the Delaware Liberal, where site owner Jason Scott refuses to allow me to comment because I always show him up1: Delaware is First in something else not to be proud of…. Filed in National | by Delaware Dem | on January 27, 2015 ….and that is in states with the most uneven and unequal …

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Democrisy! The Democrats are just terribly upset about Senator Joni Ernst’s shoes.

Thanks to this story from Donald Douglas, I found out that the left are just totally obsessed with the shoes worn by Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) for the Republicans’ rebuttal to President Obama’s supposed State of the Union address: Check out the shoes Iowa U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst is wearing tonight for her State of …

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The Democrats seem determined to throw away the votes of white Americans

We have mentioned the Democrats’ loss of the white working class1 voter previously, but this article, via Donald Douglas, shows just how bad it has become: White-Out: Where Democrats Lost the House In 2009, 76 Democrats represented primarily white working-class congressional districts. Just 15 of them are still in the House today. By Ronald Brownstein …

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I is smarter than a Harvard professor!

Or maybe I’m just not as big a hypocrite! Your Editor has stated, on numerous occasions, that we can’t add 30 or 40 or 50 million people who couldn’t pay for insurance themselves to the insurance rolls without either increasing costs or decreasing services, or both.  All of those statements were on the old Common …

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