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Terry McAuliffe, Hillary and Obama – A modern Aesop’s fable

The Farmer and the Stork is one of Aesop’s fables — a story that tells of a farmer who plants traps in his field to catch the cranes and geese that are stealing the seeds he has sown. After discovering…

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Abortion-inducing devices implanted in teen girls without parental consent

Forced abortions. Mass sterilization. A “Planetary Regime” with the power of life and death over Americans citizens. These are the ideas put forth by Barack Hussein Obama’s Science Czar, John Holdren, in a book he co-authored in 1977 titled Ecoscience. In the book, Holdren called for extremely radical ideas in the name of controlling global warming, reducing healthcare costs and a myriad of other “collective good” causes. Some of those ideas are: Forcing women to abort their pregnancies whether they wanted to or not Forced sterilization of the population-at-large using infertility drugs intentionally put into the nation’s water and food supplies Seizing the babies of single mothers and teen mothers against their will to be given away to other couples to raise Requiring, by law, that people who “contribute to social deterioration” exercise reproductive responsibility in the form of forced abortions and sterilization A call for a transnational “Planetary Regime”—in other words, the United Nations—to assume control of the global economy and dictate the most intimate details of American lives; using an armed international police force So, are you curious about why I’m bringing up this bit of ancient information? After all, these extreme ideas aren’t anything that could actually […]

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The Confederate Flag and the death of the Constitution

As she led the ceremony removing the Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina state capitol—the same flag she defended during her re-election in 2014—one time conservative and now a puppet of the politically correct, Governor Nikki Haley, proclaimed: “It is a new day in South Carolina, a day we can all be proud of, a day that truly brings us all together as we continue to heal, as one people and one state.” The flag was removed after being convicted without a trial as an accessory to the murder of nine parishioners by a crazy man. It has been sentenced to life in solitary confinement at the Confederate Relic room so as not to ever murder again. As you can probably tell, I’m not too impressed with this latest effort by liberal-elitists to rewrite history in the image of the politically correct Left at the expense of the Constitution. And I’m not alone in that assessment. Keven Jackson, a rising voice in the conservative movement and a man who is “sworn to set the record straight on the destruction by Democrats to the black community,” debated the issue on FOX News as he called out the Left […]

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Bureaucratism is Both a Social and Mental Disorder

OK, we know about the bureaucratic excesses of the federal government, IRS, EPA, DHS. The damage they do can be measured by the broad sweep of their regulations. But the closer we get to the grass roots of the regulatory process, the more we can see how idiosyncratic it is…not just in theRead More

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We STILL remember 7 December

It’s in the Seabee fight song to this day – And we promise that we remember The “Seventh of December” And remember Pearl Harbor we do…for them…  

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This Day in History

On 7 June 1776 Richard Henry Lee, delegate of Virginia, introduced a resolution in the Continental Congress. It was seconded by John Adams of Massachusetts. Because many members wished to ask for guidance from their colonies the vote delayed until today. The resolution is below in its entirety That these United Colonies are, and of […]

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The solution to the miners’ blues

This week, I’ve spent a ton of time focusing on the DFL’s hostility towards the Iron Range’s problems. The truth is that a prominent part of the DFL is interested in preventing another mining project from starting. That’s what’s really behind the PEIS that Northeastern Minnesotans for Wilderness, aka NEMW, asked the US Forest Service […]

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The high price of voting DFL

If there’s a place that illustrates how much DFL policies cost families, that place is the Iron Range. No part of the state is more subjected to the DFL’s overregulation and Twin Cities DFL activism. This chart shows how much the DFL’s anti-mining policies and environmental activists’ campaigns cost families: Think about what that chart […]

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Is Michigan in play?

This polling from Michigan shows Democrats might have an impossible task on their hands in keeping control of the Senate: RCP Average 9/7 – 1/8 Land (R) 39.4, Peters (D) 38.8 Land leads by .6% Harper (R) 1/7 – 1/8 1004 LV Land 44%, Peters 36; Land leads by 8% PPP (D) 12/5 – 12/8 […]

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Virginia no longer for lovers…of conservatives

The Hunger Games have been pushed too far outside of the Capitol City for the Old Dominion to maintain its former conservative ways. No one should be shocked that Democrats nominate and that eligible American voters elect liberal rogues, even in supposed red Southern states or the nation writ large. Given the successful election and re-election of a community organizer that uses the IRS to disorganize | Read More » . . . → Read More: Virginia no longer for lovers…of conservatives . . . → Read More: Virginia no longer for lovers…of conservatives

The Most Important Election of 2013

There’s an off-year election today in the United States. There are no contests for the White House or Congress, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any important choices being made. I say that notwithstanding the fact that the big races between politicians at the state and local level aren’t expected to be close. Governor Christie […] . . . → Read More: The Most Important Election of 2013 . . . → Read More: The Most Important Election of 2013

Are The Truckers Today’s Patrick Henry?

This is no time for ceremony. The question before the House is one of awful moment to this country. For my own part, I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery; and in proportion to…

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Two Tax-Hiking RINOs Slain in GOP Virginia Primary

I’m currently in Paris for my final stop on the Free Market Road Show. In other words, I’m in the belly of the beast of big-government statism. So you would think I might be depressed, but I’m actually in a good mood. Not because I’m surrounded by millions of socialists, but because voters in my […] . . . → Read More: Two Tax-Hiking RINOs Slain in GOP Virginia Primary . . . → Read More: Two Tax-Hiking RINOs Slain in GOP Virginia Primary

Defending the Dream

You know, as do I, that America has never been a pile of rocks and dirt between the oceans. Whether your ancestors came over the Bering land bridge time out of memory ago, came on the Mayflower, came to escape starvation in Ireland to see the sign “No Irish need Apply”, came from old Mexico […] . . . → Read More: Defending the Dream . . . → Read More: Defending the Dream

Marriage Equality – A Simple Solution – Part 2

  Mat 19:4 He answered, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female, 5 and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh?’   Jesus gave a definition of marriage […] . . . → Read More: Marriage Equality – A Simple Solution – Part 2 . . . → Read More: Marriage Equality – A Simple Solution – Part 2

In a Remarkable Display of Government Stupidity on Steroids, Cops Arrest a 10-Year Old for a Toy Gun

As part of my US v UK government stupidity contest, I’ve shared some really bizarre examples of anti-gun/anti-self defense political correctness. At first I thought the Brits were more brainless. A women who was being threatened by thugs got in trouble with the police for brandishing a knife in her own home. There was a proposal […] . . . → Read More: In a Remarkable Display of Government Stupidity on Steroids, Cops Arrest a 10-Year Old for a Toy Gun . . . → Read More: In a Remarkable Display of Government Stupidity on Steroids, Cops Arrest a 10-Year Old for a Toy Gun