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Obama’s Philosophy Of Government

With the election rapidly approaching, liberals are working to convince voters to support Obama. Some of the arguments amount to nothing more than saying that Obama is the candidate most likely to put and keep 315 million Americans squarely under the thumb of centralized government. … Continue reading

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Heavy Taxation Of The Wealthy

Richard Posner is one of the great jurists and legal scholars of our time. No matter what topic (he is a prolific writer on many subjects), Posner can be counted upon to make thoughtful and interesting arguments, usually from a … Continue reading

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Hiding The War On Women

At least someone is speaking out about the real war on women being waged in the Mideast. In an op-ed article, Roya Hakakian explains how misogynists in the Mideast have adopted Ayatollah Khomeini’s tactic of using the chaos created through anti-Americanism, and the resulting reluctance of American leaders … Continue reading

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Normalizing Misogyny

On the front page of its October 19, 2012, edition, the Washington Post published a photo of two Saudi women wearing burqas – clothing which leaves visible only the eyes of the women. The photo accompanies an article that mentions one of the women, Batoul … Continue reading

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Women Do Not Earn Less Than Men

Every few years, liberals push the claim that women are the victims of discrimination, earning only 78% (or some comparable percentage) of what men earn. This is just another fake issue – women who have the same education and experience as men in … Continue reading

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The Libya Debate Question

The question about Libya and the answers given during the second presidential debate raised several interesting points. First, Obama continues to lie about the events in Benghazi that caused the deaths of four Americans, including our ambassador to Libya. We all … Continue reading

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Decline Of Free Speech

If anyone is looking to be depressed, check out Jonathan Turley’s recent article on freedom of speech, the first line of which is: Free speech is dying in the Western world. Most of his examples come from Europe and Canada, but even … Continue reading

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Break Up The Big Banks

There may be some hope for the economy after all, but only if Romney wins the election and takes George Will’s advice to break up the big banks. The top ten banks now account for 61% of the commercial banking assets in … Continue reading

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Attacking Paul Ryan

So now liberals have decided that one way to attack Paul Ryan is to paint him not only as a hypocrite on deficits, but one who is managing to get away with it. For example, Ezra Klein of the Washington Post claims that Ryan’s record on … Continue reading

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Liberals Unhinged

Chris Matthews leads the spittle flying liberals (at least among the MSM crowd) as they attack Republicans for being racists and conducting a racist campaign. But now Matthews is facing competition from Slate’s Ron Rosenbaum who is establishing himself as … Continue reading

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