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    Some thoughts on the coming collapse of the United States of America

    I recently found myself on a long plane ride with too much time to think.   This is what happened. Good Government requires Good People. It seems like this would

    Haw haw haw, Ed

    Ed Schultz is on his leftard radio show right now, complaining about … wait for it …  EXCESSIVE GOVERNMENT REGULATION. Yes, you heard that right.    Apparently Ed Schultz, noted socialist,

    Naked Lefties Running Wild

    Something a little offbeat for you small-government types who may be feeling put upon with all the Jeb Bush 2016 talk.   (Sorry for the click-bait title.) It might seem

    Today in Lefty Obamacare Propaganda

    The Left has been spinning furiously since October 1, trying to cover for the grotesque collapse of Obamacare and the exposure of the lies that were used to pass it

    It’s difficult to be a Republican right now

    Erick Erickson stole most of my thunder with his post here but I’m going to post this anyway, because I worked hard on it.  So there.   :-) What a frustrating

    The Tenth Amendment Center could use some help

    The Tenth Amendment to the US Constitution is the final amendment contained in the Bill of Rights: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited

    Attention Republicans: Please Shut Up

    Why do Republicans continue to answer “gotcha” questions about abortion, rape, incest and teen pregnancy? Attention, Republicans: You should realize by now that the only reason reporters (or anyone else)

    The Longest Day

    I just bought, and watched, “The Longest Day” on Amazon. I’d seen it before. It was made in 1962 by producer Darryl F. Zanuck, and stars approximately the entire population

    Economics is Hard for Girls [Updated]

    [Update:  I got quite a lot of negative feedback about the "tone" of this entry.  I admit I was ticked off when I wrote it and probably should have let

    Living in “Brazil”

    In 1985 director Terry Gilliam (of “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” fame) released a movie called “Brazil.”   If you’ve never seen it, track it down and watch it.   It