Archive for October 2011

Open Anti-Semitism in the “Occupy” Movement — UPDATED

Democrats love to call the Tea Party movement racist which is a little weird since there are lots of Black people in the Tea Party movement and the Tea Party supports Herman Cain. Congressional Democrats staged a walk through of a Tea Party rally at the Capitol protesting the controversial procedures they were using to…

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Stossel: Government Is The Biggest Job Killer

Modern reenactment by the National Park Service of the joining of the intercontinental transcontinental railroad at the Golden Spike National Historic Site at Promontory Summit North of Utah’s Great Salt Lake: The actual photo by Andrew J. Russell taken at Promontory Summit May 10, 1869:

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Thought of the Day

Trade is non-violent.  It depends solely on the voluntary cooperation of  citizens. Taxes are violent.  They are imposed on citizens as mandatory obligations, and if not paid when due will incur a mandatory penalty, and ultimately will be collected at the point of a gun.

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Turning Water Into Wine

“We hear of the conversion of water into wine at the marriage in Cana, as of a miracle. But this conversion is, through the goodness of God, made every day before our eyes. Behold the rain, which descends from heaven upon our vineyards, and which incorporates itself with the grapes to be changed into wine;…

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New Ad From Perry Campaign Hits Romney Where it Hurts

This ad hit Romney pretty hard, and not unfairly: Look at that ——eating grin on Pelosi. [that part of the photo is not photoshopped] I don’t think anyone should kid themselves about Obamacare being repealed if Romney is the next president. It won’t happen, no matter what Romney says now. That’s why the state-run media…

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Recession Nightmare: From Unemployed to Unemployable

James C. Copper writing at The Fiscal Times: “Long-term unemployment is becoming the defining feature of the Great Recession. As of September, the average time out of work stands at 40.5 weeks. Of the 14 million unemployed, about 45 percent have been jobless for more than six months, and over 70 percent of those have…

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