Archive for February 2014

U.S. Firearm Production Sets Record in 2012: AR-15 Production Up Over 100%

The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action reports: The number of firearms manufactured in the U.S. for sale to American customers hit an all-time high in 2012, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (BATFE) new Firearms Manufacturers and Export Report. American firearm manufacturers produced roughly 8.3 million firearms for sale in…

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“I’ve seen the future, brother…and it is murder.”

Those are the words from the melody of Leonard Cohen’s dystopian song, “The Future.” The future is happening right now in Venezuela where Maduro’s National Guard is shooting protestors in the street. Maduro is blaming Obama for the violence.  Is he nuts?  Why would he pass up an opportunity to become best buddies with Obama?  Didn’t…

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How to save yourself if you’re choking and you’re alone

Please see update below. Why are humans especially at risk of choking? I think it’s because we can talk, which requires the ability to make lots of different sounds. Most animals can make only a limited range of sounds with their throats. Most animals can swallow and breath at the same time. We can’t. We…

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The teachers at Benjamin Coser elementary

Fallsburg, New York is about 90 miles North of Manhattan. It’s a small town in the Hudson Valley with a population or 12,000, more or less. At the local elementary school, Benjamin Coser Elementary, heroin and drug paraphernalia were discovered in the faculty rest room this past Monday. Video cameras have identified 8 teachers who…

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Kansas Senator Pat Roberts’ Sports Car

Last week I wrote about Dr. Milton Wolf’s primary challenge to Kansas Senator Pat Roberts, Sen. Pat Roberts getting “Lugared” by Milton Wolf. Dr. Wolf is attacking Roberts for failing to be a resident of Kansas because the Constitution requires Senators to be residents of the state they represent. Now we find out that Roberts…

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Bill Nye and Ken Ham debate creationism and evolution

It’s a 3-hour debate. Well, it would have to be for a topic upon which the science guy and the religion guy will never agree on anything. It’s interesting that Ham, the religion guy, rejects Intelligent Design Theory as an attack on the literal meaning of Genesis. That’s intellectually honest of him. Most creationists aren’t.…

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This thought I have…

Those of marriageable age are not getting married. It seems to be men who are the most reluctant. Books are being written about the phenomenon. Men on Strike, why men are boycotting marriage,fatherhood, and the American dream The reasons for this probably vary among the men who have sworn off marriage, but the raw deal…

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Nine states experiencing out migration in 2014

From Forbes, in order of states is losing the most population: 1. New Jersey 2. Illinois 3. New York 4. West Virginia 5. Connecticut 6. Utah 7. New Mexico 8. Massachusetts 9. Kentucky Utah, New Mexico and Kentucky don’t make sense being on this list. Probably a blip. New Jersey has been no. 1 for…

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Trey Gowdy calls Nancy Pelosi “mind-numbingly stupid”

Rep. Trey Gowdy says Nancy Pelosi is “mind-numbingly stupid.” Actually, she believes that the American people are so mind-numbingly stupid they will receive positively her mind-numbingly stupid comments. After you have told the same mind-numbingly stupid lie enough times you become it.

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Monetary Policy During Ben Bernanke’s Time At The FED

By John Taylor in just 300 words. Shakespeare said brevity is the soul of wit, i.e., mental sharpness and keen intelligence. An alternative title for Taylor’s piece might be “The mess that Bernanke made.” A cogent explanation in just 300 words is most useful. Bush appointed Bernanke so maybe the low information voters are right,…

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