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Greg Abbott defends women and children after NFL threat over TX bathroom bill

Less than a year ago, the National Basketball Association threatened to move the annual All Star game from the home of the Charlotte Hornets if the state of North Carolina refused to make it legal for grown men to use…

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Trump Should Follow the Texas (or Hong Kong) Model of Small Government

I’m very happy that we don’t have a one-world government, but my views have nothing to do with conspiratorial fears involving blue helmets and black helicopters. Instead, I’m happy that there are lots of independent nations because that means lots of different approaches to public policy. And that means we have lots of real-life experiments […]

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Debunking Inequality Myths

I shared a very amusing column last year about “a modest proposal” to reduce income inequality. Written tongue-in-cheek by David Azerrad of the Heritage Foundation, the premise was that society could be made more “fair” by exiling – or perhaps even selling to the highest bidder – America’s richest people. David’s piece cleverly made the […]

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Obama’s ATF calls for national data base of gun owners

Barack Hussein Obama has been a consistent opponent of our constitutional right under the Second Amendment to keep and bear arms. And ever since his administration put its “X” on the dotted line of the United Nation’s Arms Trade Treaty–which…

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Fighting Terrorism: Europe vs. Texas

There are no simple answers to Islamist terrorism, particularly when individual nutjobs are determined to kill a  bunch of innocent people. But I know that some answers to the problem are wrong. So when politicians like Hillary Clinton say we should have more gun control, I side with police chiefs who recognize that an armed […]

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Blue State Fail: California’s Long-Term Economic Decline

Something doesn’t add up. People like me have been explaining that California is an example of policies to avoid. Depending on my mood, I’ll refer to the state as the France, Italy, or Greece of the United States. But folks on the left are making the opposite argument. A writer for the Huffington Post tells […]

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Obama’s response to Dallas? Gun control and a 21st Century Gestapo

Following last week’s tragic murder of five Dallas Texas police officers and the wounding of seven more, Barack Obama took a few moments from his European vacation, disguised as a goodwill trip to the post-Brexit European Union, to fill us…

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The Texas abortion case, Kermit Gosnell and Donald Trump

To no one’s surprise, at least not mine, the Supreme Court voted 5-3 to strike down a set of Texas regulations intended to protect the health of women who make the “choice” to murder their unborn babies. The state of…

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Supreme Court: Unregulated abortion more important than women’s health

The Supreme Court struck down a Texas abortion law in a 5-3 decision today. The Court held that state law enacted to regulate safety requirements for abortion procedures is unconstitutional because it might restrict women’s access to abortions, even though…

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Monday Miscellany

This is interesting: If the data is any indication, most of us use our phones more than we think: Participants estimated an average of 37 uses throughout the day (anything that turns on the screen, from hitting snooze to making a call), but the actual number was around 85. The slight majority took less than […]

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Lessons from State Tax Policy: Kudos for Tennessee and Texas, Mockery for New York and California

Just like with nations, there are many factors that determine whether a state is hindering or enabling economic growth. But I’m very drawn to one variable, which is whether there’s a state income tax. If the answer is no, then it’s quite likely that it will enjoy better-than-average economic performance (and if a state makes […]

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Statist Arguments Are Especially Weak When Using Apples-to-Apples Comparisons

While there are many things I admire about Scandinavian nations, I’ve never understood why leftists such as Bernie Sanders think they are great role models. Not only are income levels and living standards higher in the United States, but the data show that Americans of Swedish origin in America have much higher incomes than the […]

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Fundamental Concepts: Features and Benefits: Part 2

Continuing from yesterday, if you haven’t read part one, you should. These are some of the other things businesses look at when they think about opening new plants. “Infrastructure: The US is tied together by a tight web of roads, ports, utilities, airports and railroads unmatched in the world. If you want to build a factory […]

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Scalia-less Supreme Court hears major abortion case

Yesterday I discussed how the abhorrent practices of Planned Parenthood have contributed to the systematic murder of over 17 million unborn black babies since 1973 under the guise of providing women’s healthcare services. While the baby-killing behemoth is the leader…

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Staddle of the Republic

In Georgian (or thereabouts) England they used to build barns on top of mushroom-shaped stones, called staddles. Two of the major reasons they did this was that it is nearly impossible for vermin to climb them, and they allow air to circulate below the floor, keeping the grain from spoiling. Justice Antonin Scalia was rather like that, […]

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The Texas Grocery Store that Helped Push the Evil Empire on to the Ash Heap of History | International Liberty

Heh! Yep, that’s how it always went. The Houston Chronicle dug into its archives to produce a story about an incident that may have played a big role in history. It’s about a senior communist functionary who was exposed to a slice of capitalism. […] Yeltsin visited mission control and a mock-up of a space […]

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Sanctuary Cities and the ‘Rule of Law’

We have had much to say in the last few years about the “Rule through and under the law”. It is the very basis of why our society works. Without the security of our property, there is no valid reason to build a small business, invest, or in truth do almost any of the things […]

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Bill O’Reilly, Pam Geller, and Free Speech

Well, I suppose we should speak a bit about Garland and all that, so let’s have done with it. First, I carry no brief for Pam Geller, at the risk of sounding sexist, I think she’s a strident, loud, self-promoting jerk. But she has an absolute right to hold a poster exhibition (competition, whatever)about Mohammed, […]

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Ever Hear of Jade Helm 15? How About Adolf Hitler?

Jade Helm 15 is a massive military ‘exercise’ that will occur ON US SOIL IN THE SOUTHWEST beginning in July 2015!

Maybe it’s just business as usual and nothing to worry about or, as some fear, much more.

Those who will be termed conspiracy theorists by the mainstream media and the Obama administration see something here that is potentially very dangerous for freedom loving Americans.
The Sheeple, or those who sleepwalk while this administration does whatever it wants to do, will continue to pay no attention no matter what takes place!
Unfortunately many of the websites detailing these stories have conspiracy theory sounding names making what they report much easier for people to discount as the rantings of lunatics.
Never-the-less, as the quote below so clearly states, history does tend to repeat itself!
But first, from Obama’s confidant and advisor the good Reverend Al ‘Tawana Brawley’ Sharpton…
Maybe Al can be commissioner? ‘#AlSharpton: #DOJ needs to ‘take over policing in this country’ http://t.co/VevaIe1SOs @washtimes

— The Political Comm.. (@ThePoliticalCom) May 2, 2015

From the website Now The End Begins…
‘OPERATION JADE HELM 15 HUGE STEP CLOSER TOWARDS PERMANENT MILITARY PRESENCE ON MAIN STREET’
AMERICA IN 2015 HAS BECOME THE GERMANY OF 1933
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” – George Santayana
“That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government” – Declaration Of Independence, 1776
For me, as someone who extensively studied the Third Reich and the rise of tyranny in Nazi Germany in school, what’s happening in 2015 under the reign of the Muslim king Barack Hussein Obama in America sets off warning bells of every kind. The parallels are so similar that it is actually unbelievable it is happening. But to quote Elaine from Seinfeld, “oh, it be happening”.
Right now, in the city of Baltimore, 5,000 National Guard troops have been deployed to “keep the peace” since the race baiters began busing in out of town agitators to set the place on fire. The same thing happened a few months ago in the town of Ferguson. But guess what? In both cases, these “riots” were funded and created by Democratic operatives bankrolled by George Soros. Adolf Hitler knew quite well that in order to justify a military presence on civilian streets, you had to create a compelling reason for them to be there. Obama has studied Hitler’s playbook and has become an expert in Nazi-style domestic warfare.
Since main stream America continues to blindly accept these hostile advances without much question, and the lapdog American media – Fox included – will not bring to light Obama’s nefarious deeds, the tide is rolling on and the stakes are getting higher. The military occupation of a peacetime America has already begun, and Operation Jade Helm 15 is proof of that.
The Washington Times reports that The White House tried to reassure Americans and the governor of Texas Wednesday that a planned special U.S. military training operation in several southwestern states is no cause for alarm.
THE PLANS FOR OPERATION JADE HELM 15 HAVE RAISED FEARS AMONG SOME TEXANS OF A FEDERAL OCCUPATION.
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