Archive for June, 2012

Welcome To Prison You Son of a Bitch

June 30, 2012
Sandusky Mugshot

Dear Inmate Sandusky  –  It seems that you have finally lost control of the fantasy.  The darkness of lusting after young flesh has been brought into the light, and it seems “Coach” that you are now headed to prison. I wanted to offer you a word of welcome: The nighttime is terrifying.  You will shiver […]

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Posted in Shannon Ivey | 8 Comments »

What the Obamacare Decision Really Means

June 29, 2012

Obamacare passed its constitutional test as Chief Justice John Roberts punted.  Roberts was left with a dilemma, does he overturn by the narrowest of margin an important Congressional imperative?  This would have put the Court on war with the executive, an executive branch ready to do a search and destroy on the Court.  In a […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Tom Donelson | 15 Comments »

John Roberts, Evil Genius

June 28, 2012

This is a great article from the New York Daily News: Chief Justice John G. Roberts is an evil genius. The ruling to uphold the Affordable Care Act is, on its face, a win for President Obama both because the media are saying it is and because it is the signature piece of legislation of his first term. […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Taxes, that and the other thing | 2 Comments »

A Rallying Cry for Romney

June 28, 2012
Justice Roberts

This morning, in a rather interesting turn of events, the Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision written by Chief Justice Roberts (a Conservative) upheld Obamacare.  However, they did not uphold the mandate as a legitimate statute under the Commerce Clause, they upheld it as a legitimate statute under the Taxing Authority of Congress.  In fact, […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Frank DeMartini, Taxes | 3 Comments »

Same Old Song

June 28, 2012
Syrian President Assad

When the Arab Spring movement swept across the Middle East several governments toppled; Egypt, Libya, Yemen and it destabilized several others such as Syria.  Despite massive protests that called for Syrian President Bashar-al-Assad to step down the dictator refused to yield to the will of the people.  So for the last year Syria has become […]

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Jerry Sandusky: Society’s Dorian Grey by Anonymous

June 27, 2012
The Convicted Felon

Jerry Sandusky is a derelict, reprobate, degenerate but this goes to the very top of societal consciousness. They all, those who could and can make a difference, knew, at Penn State, the Catholic Church, LAUSD, even Los Angeles Miramonte Elementary School, not a week seems to pass with some school employee, nationally, being arrested for […]

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The Constitution Is At Stake!

June 26, 2012
Missouri Clown

This election may be a transformation election, beginning with the economy but underneath the surface is the question; can we limit the power of government?  Obamacare is but one case where economic freedom is at stake.  The idea that a person could be force to buy a product they don’t want or need because the […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Elections, Tom Donelson | No Comments »

Why The Newsroom is Good News for Republicans

June 26, 2012

The last time Aaron Sorkin had a high-profile political television show, liberals used it to cope with the decline and fall of the Clinton Presidency and the long winter of the Bush Years. The West Wing was a coping mechanism for the death of a liberal dream, and so is The Newsroom. Both are an escape into fantasy […]

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HBO Has a New Soapbox

June 25, 2012

What happens when the guy that brought you Martin Sheen as the “ideal president,” a Democrat, in The West Wing teams up with the cable network that brought you a Republican president’s head on a stick in Game of Thrones?  They create HBO’s newest platform to promote their left wing agenda in Aaron Sorkin’s The […]

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Posted in Conservative, Democrat, Domestic Policy, Elections, Entertainment, GOP, Republican, Tim Ross, Uncategorized | 7 Comments »

Obama’s War on Domestic Energy Production

June 24, 2012

“If someone wants to build a new coal-fired power plant they can, but it will bankrupt them because they will be charged a huge sum for all the greenhouse gas that’s being emitted.” -Candidate Barack Obama, 2008. Some of the conservative campaign rhetoric over the past few weeks has suggested that our Community-Organizer-in-Chief has […]

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Posted in Conservative, Craig Covello, Domestic Policy, Energy | No Comments »


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