Category Archives: Politics

Fiascos, Fascism and Hillary Clinton

The choice we face in the next presidential election is not good. Donald Trump may be unqualified to serve as president, but Hillary Clinton has a proven record of incompetence spanning decades. Just about everything she touches ends up a … Continue reading

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How Liberals Misunderstand The Gender Wage Gap

Listening to liberals discuss the gender pay gap in sports provides a great opportunity to see them misunderstand how the world works. Based on the recent pay controversies in tennis and soccer, liberals seem to think that women who do … Continue reading

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#OscarsSoProportional and Black Lies Matter

So liberals and black activists are working hard these days as they continue to insult and condemn just about all white people. More recently, we’ve seen the revival of #OscarsSo White to protest the perceived lack of diversity in Hollywood … Continue reading

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What Marco Rubio Should Have Said

In last Saturday’s Republican presidential debate, Marco Rubio faltered when Chris Christie attacked him as an inexperienced, programmed candidate along the lines of an outclassed President Obama. Rubio almost proved Christie’s point when he repeatedly made the same point that … Continue reading

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The Crazy Liberal Attacks On Scott Walker

In 2010, while insulting Americans who vote for Republicans, President Obama explained that “we’re hardwired not to always think clearly when we’re scared.” Perhaps Obama’s Can’t-Think-Clearly-Because-Scared theory accounts for the spate of recent attacks by liberals on Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, as he emerges … Continue reading

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FCC Regulation Of Broadband Is Unnecessary

At the end of this month, the Federal Communications Commission will meet to consider whether to issue new rules to regulate the Internet. Under the pretense of maintaining “net neutrality,” the rules would prevent broadband suppliers from blocking the Internet, slowing down service, or creating “fast lanes” for … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage Incoherence

As of the beginning of 2015, twenty-one states raised their minimum wage levels, ranging from 15 cents an hour in Washington state to $1.25 in South Dakota, and liberals are celebrating. As Steven Pearlstein of the Washington Post sees it, and he … Continue reading

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