Archive for May 2012

The Road to Freedom — Interview of Arthur Brooks

Free enterprise offers the most happiness, freedom and prosperity to the most people. It is also despised by politicians because it limits their power, and by most businessmen because it limits their ability to set their prices and forces them to compete for business. Thus, as much as it benefits any country or society that…

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Danger Foretold — Romney Acting Like McCain

Romney repudiates a conservative group planning to make campaign ads showing Obama’s 20-year relationship with Reverend Wright.  Romney tells Townhall: “I repudiate the effort by that PAC to promote an ad strategy of the nature they’ve described.  I would like to see this campaign focus on the economy, on getting people back to work, on…

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Denver’s Golden Triangle To Be Returned to Citizens

So much of my life having been spent in Denver’s Golden Triangle I’m pretty happy to see that the City Council has voted 9-4 to run the bums out and return this special place to the good citizens of the city. This is pretty good news to a fellow like me who spent so much of…

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James O’Keefe Finds Massive Voter Fraud in North Carolina

Non-citizens registered to vote and voting, dead people voting, and the University of North Carolina officials embrace it.  It’s justified they say because, “We have to get those f—ers out of the legislature.” Sure it’s against the law, but to them it’s no more than speeding, everybody does it. They don’t seem to mind that…

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Anita Moncrief Takes on Eric Holder on Race, ACORN and Voter Fraud

From J. Christian Adams’ Rule of Law Blog at Pjmedia: (Legal Editor Note: Not long ago, the Left had a monopoly on rallies and protests. Republicans and conservatives, more enamored with scholars instead of brawlers, shunned displays of political muscle in the streets. That’s all changed. A few months ago, Attorney General Eric Holder went to…

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Worst Outbreak of Whooping Cough in Washington State Since the 1940s

The New York Times does its best to blame it on budget cuts, as this headline foretells: Cutbacks Hurt a State’s Response to Whooping Cough Whooping cough, or pertussis, a highly infectious respiratory disease once considered doomed by science, has struck Washington State this spring with a severity that health officials say could surpass the toll of any…

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