Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Yesterday Economics
Enemy Of The State Has Uber now become an issue in Election 2016? It shouldn’t be. In a well-run democratic republic with a small and reasonable government; the conditions under which I hire or am hired to perform work would be an MP, not a YP. America has increasingly become a nation of busy-bodies expecting a benevolent government to protect them | Read More »
Trump Takes the Field and Puerto Rico’s Fall
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Susan Carey to discuss the airline industry, Aaron Blake on 2016, and Salim Furth discusses Puerto Rico’s fiscal failure.
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So apparently the opposition to a 20 week abortion ban is about the MONEY.
So, basically, Planned Parenthood finds that abortion is good for the organlegging trade.
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Senator Rubio Has A Point On Iran
Rubio Can Grab The Tiger’s Tail on Iran. “This U.S.-North Korean agreement will help to achieve a long-standing and vital American objective: an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean peninsula.” -President Bill Clinton (18 October 1994) So Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92% has gone completely off the Gang of Eight reservation. Hopefully for | Read More »
These states are standing up to runaway courts
Pardon me if I was the last person to hear about this, but I was glad over the weekend to read that Governor Mary Fallin refuses to remove the Ten Commandments from the Oklahoma capitol, despite some crazy court insisting otherwise. She explained her decision by saying “Oklahoma is a state where we respect the rule of law, and we will not ignore the state | Read More »
Tags: Anthony Kennedy
, Checks and Balances
, John Roberts
, Ken Paxton
, King v Burwell
, Mary Fallin
, Obergefell v. Hodges
, Supreme Court
Planned Parenthood in the business of selling baby parts
We all knew that Planned Parenthood was a brutal, corrupt criminal enterprise staffed by soulless cretins but now we have proof no only of their moral depravity but of their criminality. The non-profit citizen journalism group, Center for Medical Progress, wandered into an abortion facility in California and interviewed Dr. Deborah Nucatola, an abortionist and Senior Director, Medical Services at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. They | Read More »
DC Metro riders continue to look out for each other
Over the weekend I posted on the murder on the Red Line of the DC Metro on July 4. Long story short, a young man was stabbed about 40 times and beaten by a single assailant while 10 or so adult passengers looked on and did nothing. It received at least one interesting response from a self-avowed coward who asserted that you had to be | Read More »
We Already Know What Will Happen
We already know what is going to happen with Iran. In a few years, there will be an underground nuclear detonation signaling that Iran has learned to make a bomb and is deploying a nuclear arsenal. It will destabilize the region and provoke a war that is even now foreseeable. But until the moment the seismographs register the nuclear explosion, Democrats and the media will | Read More »
Obama caves to Iran on every issue
This is no surprise. The president of the United States has agreed to provide a state sponsor of terrorism with nuclear weapons, to open to flow of conventional weapons, and give them about $100 billion in the process. The White House also announced that in the future Obama is not to be called the commander-in-chief but “Rouhani’s bitch.” This is what the deal entails. Iranian | Read More »
Really Terrible Ideas Do In Fact Generate Bipartisanship. See: Obama, President Barack
Ahhh…bipartisanship. The unicorn of Washington, D.C. So many Ponce de Leons seek this Fountain of Youth. Like de Leon, most finally give up – and just retire in Florida. Congressional gerrymandering has rendered so many districts so very partisan. And then we wonder why a 72% Republican-district-representative and a 78% Democrat-district-representative can’t find common ground. About the only time there is bipartisanship is when an | Read More »
Her Get Up and Go Done Got Up and Went
Did you see Hillary Clinton’s press conference yesterday? She is like the Giant Sequoia of Campaign 2016 — old and casting a long shadow over the rest of the candidates. She claimed to be in favor of a tomorrow and future, but then attacked tech companies like Uber and AirBnb, both companies used by a growing number of people who could be referred to as | Read More »
Tech at Night: Clarence Thomas is right about regulation
As I sit here at nearly 1am, I fear I may be getting my second cold, 7 days from the previous one. I blame tourists. Clarence Thomas once wrote something very true about regulation, and the ever-growing power of unaccountable regulators: “We seem to be straying further and further from the Constitution without so much as pausing to ask why.” FCC, in what it’s been | Read More »
An Act of Kindness by the Obama Administration
There is a small percentage of people in the world who, despite being male or female, believe they are the opposite sex. Through a lobbying campaign and more recently a sustained campaign of harassment and silencing, they have convinced or otherwise intimidated a segment of society that they are not mentally ill, but rather gender and sex are two separate things. In fact, for a | Read More »
Exposed: Christian Students Rejected, Failed, and Expelled for their Faith by State Universities
Public colleges and universities are taking the gloves off when it comes to Christian students on their campuses. Gone are the days of surreptitious slights against Christians; now it is open season on faith. Blatant, in-your-face anti-Christian discrimination is the new norm.
Christian students now face their applications being rejected because they let it slip out that they are a person of faith, receiving failing grades for daring to allow their religious beliefs to outweigh the omniscience of the educational elites, or being outright expelled for having the audacity to live in accordance with their faith.
The rise of anti-Christian discrimination on public university campuses is astounding in its breadth and shocking in its shamelessness.
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WHINOs, RINOs, Donald Trump, Bright, Shiny Objects, and The Intervention.
In the tech industry, many of us refer to a lot of the new technologies that come down the line as “bright, shiny objects” – things that tech people look at that are new and potentially interesting but rarely turn out to be anything other than an attention-grabber and a distraction from more important things. Applied to the election season, this should sound familiar. But | Read More »