So It Is a Problem That the Nurse With Ebola Got on a Plane
The nurse who now has Ebola in Texas flew on a plane days before apparently developing symptoms. The CDC is freaked out and wants passengers who were on the plane
Chemical weapons discovered in Iraq; Washington Post says they don’t count
One of the repeated calumnies made against President Bush (say it again… President Bush…. slowly…. savor every syllable) was that he went to war against Iraq based on false pretenses.
Who’s to Blame for the “Ferguson Effect”?
The Daily Caller ran a piece this weekend by a cop who apparently works on the West Coast somewhere explaining how Ferguson has made his job more difficult because of
The Georgia Senate Polling
No, Michelle Nunn is not suddenly ahead of David Perdue. Truth be told, polling in Georgia is terrible. The bulk of the polling has been done by political consulting shops
Liberal Vs. Progressive: Reality Vs. Delusion On ISIS.
The Obama Fan Club Rests Safe From Reality I included the Youtube scene from the Movie Cloverfield for reasons other than the fact that I truly
Phil Kerpen on Liberal Efforts to Restrict the First Amendment
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Phil Kerpen to discuss Democrat efforts to restrict the http://www.coffeeandmarkets.com/CoffeeandMarkets101514.mp3 Read More »
NYT Accidentally Admits Iraq Had W.M.D. And Denies It At The Same Time
The New York Times has the rather annoying problem of having to make actual facts fit their confirmation bias. By making journalistic pretzels of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, they’ve
NIH uses Ebola to hide mismanagement and increase funding
Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health are pulling out all the stops to capitalize on the Ebola scare in the United
Even in Houston, Texas, You Will Be Made to Care
Houston, TX is not thought of as a bastion of liberalism, but it has gone quite rapidly off the deep end. Earlier this year, Houston’s City Council voted on non-discrimination
Does Andrea Mitchell think Greg Abbott fakes his disability?
If you’re politically tuned in and following the Texas gubernatorial race, you’re probably aware of Wendy Davis’ recent “Wheelchair” ad, which accuses Greg Abbott, a paraplegic, of not caring for
Despite the Campaign E-Mails, the DSCC has Left Allison Grimes Behind in Kentucky
If you look at the Democratic Party’s campaign e-mails (including those of the DSCC and DCCC) , you’ll see that they are becoming increasingly desperate to stave off a Republican
Some things we’re not allowed to know until after the election
If you’re wondering who the next Attorney General of the United States might be, following the departure of Eric “Stonewall” Holder, you’ll have to wait until after the elections. Senate
John Fund Braced for Voter Fraud in Colorado, I’m Braced for a Win
Ballots began to hit voter’s mailboxes today in Colorado, and the fears of a stolen election by fraudulent votes is already a storyline for some. On Sunday John Fund sounded