Archive for May 2013

Best thing written lately about gun control

The Seen and the Unseen in Gun Control Incorporates the wisdom of 19th Century French economist Frederic Bastiat.  He wrote that you cannot understand the true consequences of a policy by looking only at its immediate effects.  There will be other consequences that require special insight or they will remain unseen until they materialize.  Then…

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What difference does it make?

If I lied through my teeth to the families of those killed in Benghazi, if I lied to them at the funeral of their loved ones? If I lied before that and if I’m still lying with my pants suit on fire? What. difference. does. it. make, Senator? Some say this time is different. This…

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Hickenlooper says he will sign the Colorado elections fraud bill

If Republicans ever want to win an election in Colorado again they are going to have to learn how to cheat as good as the Democrats. In any conflict the aggressor makes the rules. The Democrats are the aggressors, and fraudulent elections are the rules they have made. They’ve enshrined it in law. Republicans better…

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February Colorado Bar Exam Results Released

Colorado Bar exam results have been posted from the February exam. 275 applicants passed the most recent bar exam—a 69% pass rate. The 2012 pass rate for the Wyoming Bar exam was only 53%. 151 took the Wyoming exam, 80 passed. Ouch. Going to law school is not necessarily a good choice anyway, but to…

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Gun violence is way down, but few seem to know about it

Many Americans are misinformed on gun violence, thinking it’s an epidemic. In spite of a few sensational shootings, the opposite is true. Christian Science Monitor: With gun violence down, is America arming against an imagined threat? A Pew study released Tuesday finds that Americans think gun violence has escalated when in reality it’s way down…

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Benghazi Whistleblower Hearings Began Today

The Obama administration had one simple explanation for the attack on the U.S.consulate in Benghazi, Libya last September 11th. Obama and Hillary Clinton said it was a simple protest by Muslims offended by a scurrilous internet video attacking the religion of Islam. Within five days after the attack U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan…

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Mark Sanford wins in special U.S. House election in South Carolina

It wasn’t even close. Former governor Sanford beat Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch in special election for Congress to replace Tim Scott who was appointed to the Senate by Governor Nikki Haley. The District includes Charleston and is solidly Republican (Romney carried it by 18 points over Obama). When Sanford won the primary Democrats saw an…

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