I Just Don’t Know What’s Good For Me According To President Obama
I love Big Brother. He told me everything was well. I’m just too blood simple like the natives to figure out how good I’ve got it thanks to The Ministry of Love. I find this very relieving and will go back to drinking my Victory Gin because INGSOC will prevail over all. Steve Kroft: Or do you think that, I mean, are you optimistic? What | Read More »
Ex-Cons Get Priority Over Truly Needy in Medicaid Expansion
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Josh Archambault to discuss a new video the Foundation for Government Accountability released today detailing Medicaid handouts to ex-cons, why this crowds out the truly needy and if the Obama Administration knew this would be a consequence when they included Medicaid expansion under ObamaCare.
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The Real #WaronWomen: Iranian Woman Sentenced to Death for Killing Attempted Rapist
One of the most popular memes the Left has created over the past few years is the idea that conservatives have somehow declared a War on Women. It’s usually brought out when conservatives declare their opposition to infant slaughter on demand or refuse to support having their money buy other people’s birth control, among many other things. The feminists and their supporters are obsessed with how | Read More »
Tags: death sentence
, rape culture
, Rayhaneh Jabbari
, Reyhaneh Jabbari
, war on women
Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Who are you going to believe? Me or recorded history?
For those haven’t been following the fun, Sean Davis at The Federalist has been using science-y bloviator Neil DeGrasse Tyson as a chew toy. See: Super Scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson Doesn’t Understand Statistics Did Neil deGrasse Tyson Just Try To Justify Blatant Quote Fabrication? In each of those Davis unmasks Tyson’s lack of integrity. While not rising to the level of Ward Churchill or Michael | Read More »
This is Unacceptable
Whether some conservatives like to admit it or not, President Barack H. Obama is the President of the United States and is therefore my President and the President of any American now reading this. For those of you who bristle at this, go see Hebrews 13:17; 1 Timothy 2:1-15; Romans 13:1; and 1 Peter 2:17. Keep in mind Paul and Peter were both about to | Read More »
Tech at Night: Nobody cares about privacy, not even criminals
I’m sure everyone’s tired of my saying it, but nobody cares about privacy. That’s why texting and Gmail are so popular, nobody does end-to-end encryption, Facebook is nearly ubiquitous, and nude photos keep getting broadcast everywhere.
This is why it’s so silly to keep trying to obstruct NSA going after the bad guys, when people’s non-existent privacy practices are broadcasting all of that data and metadata anyway. Let’s get serious.
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Welcome to The Vine, where every week I strive to bring you updates from around the pro-life community to help you keep up with the ever constant battle to save lives. If you aren’t plugged-in, it is my sincere hope that The Vine will allow you to get familiar with those on the front lines and find your place among them. Can we all agree | Read More »
Sen. Mark Udall Has an Honesty Problem
The news continues to be bad for Democrat incumbent Colorado Senator Mark Udall. While knowledge of his arrest for marijuana possession has long been in the public sphere, the few details offered by the embattled Senator have now been challenged by a look back at news reports from the incident. As Senator Mark Udall tells it, he was just cruising around town back in the | Read More »
Bruce Braley (D CAND, Iowa-SEN)… did *not* vote to authorize air strikes against ISIS.
It doesn’t matter how badly Bruce Braley wants to be the next Senator from Iowa: if he is going to cast votes in Congress, he can do us all the elementary courtesy of paying attention to what he’s voting for.
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Military officers resigning over policy differences is a bad idea
Last week it was reported that Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn was urging general/flag officers in the US Armed Forces to resign if they disagreed with Obama over policy: During a question-and-answer portion of the forum, a service member urged Lamborn to work with his congressional colleagues in both parties to “support the generals and the troops in this country despite the fact that there is | Read More »
Something About Liberalism Makes it Impossible To See The World As It Really Is
In an interview aired this weekend on 60 Minutes, Obama conceded that his administration (well, others in his administration, and not him specifically) had “underestimated” the growing threat that ISIS was becoming in Syria, and as a result, was late in fashioning a strategy to deal with them. One can only wonder if the majority of Americans that voted for this community agitator are learning | Read More »
Lena Dunham message aimed at the key “stupid women” demographic
As we get closer to the November elections, flopsweat is beginning to set in among Democrats. All evidence shows that not only are voters looking more favorably upon the GOP, whether from adherence to principle or abhorrence of Obama, and the intensity of GOP voters is much higher than that measured among potential Democrat voters. The only chance that the Democrats have in November is | Read More »
Greg Charlie Crist Orman.
Mind you, it’s not a particularly bad strategy to try to not take a position on anything… normally.
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Democratic CT State Representative Busted on 19 Charges of Voter Fraud
(H/T: Weaselzippers) Time and again, we hear from the Democrats that voter fraud is not an important issue. Despite their ardent insistence, we continue to see people getting arrested for voter fraud, usually from their own party! Today’s news continues that trend. Democratic Connecticut State Representative Christina Ayala has been arrested on 19 counts of voter fraud. Per the New Haven Register: State Rep. Christina “Tita” Ayala, | Read More »
Hong Kong Unrest Could Shake Financial Markets
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the unrest in Hong Kong, its potential impact on world financial markets and a gold ATM.
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