Tech at Night: Obama declares war on the Horseless Carriage
Back when the first horseless carriages came onto America’s streets, they were a big deal. They were dangerous, they were annoying, but people wanted to own them and to drive them anyway. They had downsides, but the upsides outweighed them. They were disruptive innovation in practice. Had Barack Obama’s regulators been around back then, they’d have banned pizza delivery from using cars.
Former Oregon ‘First Lady’ Cylvia Hayes fights to keep her emails out of the public record.
Cylvia Hayes, former First Lady of Oregon, is fighting to keep the newspapers from reading her work-related emails.
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I Thought It Was Christians Forcing Their Beliefs on Others
All the time the left is telling us that only intolerant Christians are imposing their views on others. You might have missed this story. A group of liberals who oppose the death penalty tried to get the American Institute of Architects to censure members who design death chambers for prisons. The AIA decided that those of its members who oppose the death penalty can refrain | Read More »
Union dues deductions on chopping block in Oklahoma
Scott Walker did it. So did Sam Brownback. Now Oklahoma is considering getting state government out of the business of collecting union dues. Even in the nation’s reddest state (not one county voted for Obama in either of his presidential elections), the reform is drawing intense fire from the union political machine. Oklahoma became a right-to-work state in 2001, protecting the right of employees to | Read More »
Follow the Money: Nissan
The Super Bowl is a perfect snapshot of American commercialization and pop culture. As a Dad, I’m always watching the commercials with a lens of what my children are seeing as well, and many times, it’s not a lot of images that are suitable for toddlers. “Family friendly” gets harder and harder to find, even though many commentators pointed out the heavy use of fatherhood | Read More »
Obama seeks to defeat terrorism by wishing it away
The White House is holding a three-day “summit” on “countering violent extremism.” If there was ever need of more evidence that Barack Obama just doesn’t understand the problem, one need look no further than his op-ed in today’s Los Angeles Times on the subject. Let’s look at this rather amazing literary effort section by section. The United States has made significant gains against terrorism. We’ve | Read More »
Here’s Another Thing Missed: Americans for Prosperity Is Not a PAC
As I mentioned yesterday, the Right Wing News report got a good bit wrong on the Senate Conservatives Fund. In particular, the report omits $4.7 million in hard dollars that SCF raised and passed on directly to candidates, it omits the $2.6 million SCF’s super PAC spent on independent expenditures for those candidates, and it improperly counts $3.5 million SCF spent on issue ads as | Read More »
As Obama Vacillates, ISIS Continues Its Brutal March to Europe’s Doorsteps
Earlier this morning, Erick did an excellent job explaining why Marie Harf and those who support the notion that we can’t win the war against ISIS by killing the bad guys “are damn naïve fools.” Her statements are not particularly surprising when you look at the contents of Obama’s laughable AUMF request for “war” on the Islamic State. I would go as far as saying that | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Islamic State
, Radical Islam
Why We Need Mike Rowe for President
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Robert Tracinski to discuss attacks on Scott Walker, minimum wage jobs and why we need Mike Rowe for President.
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The True Spirit Of Progressive Mordor In a Rockland, New York Special Needs Class
A Principal Fired For Admitting She Hated The Kids At her School There is a vast deal more to being Pro-Life than just hating the utter moral execration that is lifestyle abortion on demand. Abortion, euthanasia, calls for health care death panels and the extended use of Capital punishment for crimes that do not constitute premeditated homicide are merely the output | Read More »
, death panels
, Deus Lo Volt
, Ezekiel Emanuel
, Fred Reed
, Hell is Other People
, Kathleen Taylor
, kermit gosnell
, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness
, michael bloomberg
, The Declaration of Independence
, Theology of Sartre
Marie Harf and Those She Represents are Damn Naive Fools
My biggest worry is that we're asking a president with a terrible record of "job creation" to create jobs in Iraq so ISIS will smile again.— Joe Cunningham (@JoeC_Esquire) February 17, 2015 In the history of all the world, there has never been a war that could not be won by killing more bad guys than they kill of the good guys. But Marie Harf, | Read More »
Attention All Members of the Media
Attention all members of the media — today is Ash Wednesday. Every year one of you foolishly tells someone you are interviewing that they have a smudge on their forehead. It happens every single year. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and the palm branches from last year’s Palm Sunday are burned to ash and used for this year’s Ash Wednesday. Yes, the | Read More »
A Lot of You Would Be Angry Were It the Opposite
Apple has broken off a relationship with a lobbyist in Alabama because the lobbyist opposes gay marriage. The lobbyist, former state representative Jay Love, had been lobbying Alabama on behalf of Apple. But no more. Full disclosure: I own a lot of Apple stock and do my best to deprive non-Apple technology into my home. Apple has every right to do business with whom it | Read More »
Judge orders Andrew Cuomo to… ah, ‘pick a date’ for NY-11 special election.
Andrew Cuomo has just been told to pick a date for the NY-11 special election, or else one will be picked for him.
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Left winger guns down Muslims, the left blames white people
These people are amazing. Last week radical left winger, atheist and homosexual marriage advocate Craig Hicks gunned down three fellow humans over what has been described as a “parking dispute.” This is just another example of the inherently violent nature of atheism and of advocates for homosexual marriage. This is how the far left is now interpreting the incident: We can safely say that | Read More »