Turning up the rhetoric to 11

    Following the tragedy in Tucson, the leftist media has been pushing the meme that “toxic rhetoric” in politics needs to be toned down.  I (dis)respectfully disagree.  Conservatives will not be silenced by radicals who would love nothing more than for opposition to be muzzled to allow the Left to continue their march to socialism, unabated and uninterrupted. During my morning pass through Twitter, I caught | Read More »

    Turning up the rhetoric to 11

    Following the tragedy in Tucson, the leftist media has been pushing the meme that “toxic rhetoric” in politics needs to be toned down.  I (dis)respectfully disagree.  Conservatives will not be silenced by radicals who would love nothing more than for opposition to be muzzled to allow the Left to continue their march to socialism, unabated and uninterrupted. During my morning pass through Twitter, I caught | Read More »

    Six die in Tucson, Fourteen wounded in massacre

    And the MSM, Dems,and Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik , attack conservatives..The fly burning killer favorite book is written by Hitler, and the sheriff department was told, six months earlier, by local school teacher, the boy, is a massacre waiting to happen..Why doesn’t anybody check to see if he had bought a gun? Da Then The Big O flys in for a memorial service, and turns it | Read More »

    Who is Jared Loughner?

                For those who haven’t paid attention to the news lately, Jared Loughner is the alleged suspect in the shooting spree that killed six and wounded more than a dozen including Congresswoman Giffords.           Almost immediately, there were numerous attempts by people with a political axe to grind to pin this on their political opponents. As more information about the shooter is known, there are | Read More »

    Will You Be Silenced By The Fallout from Tucson?

    It will be sometime before the demands of our life make the Tucson murders fade into the background of life, to join Columbine, Jonestown, September 11 and a myriad of other senseless slaughters as distant memories in the endless parade of such travesties.     I know from the experience of losing a young and presumably healthy sibling suddenly (although not to any “man-caused” disaster, | Read More »

    Obama’s Tucson speech preempted by THAT WOMAN.

    Mister President, here’s the bar that you have to clear. It’s a high one. A much higher one than your attendants are telling you that it is. They are almost certainly telling you to concentrate on the ‘blood libel’ comment – which, by the way, will immediately resonate with at least 40% of the population of the country, mostly because it is darned accurate* – | Read More »

    Obama’s Tucson speech preempted by THAT WOMAN.

    Mister President, here’s the bar that you have to clear. It’s a high one. A much higher one than your attendants are telling you that it is. They are almost certainly telling you to concentrate on the ‘blood libel’ comment – which, by the way, will immediately resonate with at least 40% of the population of the country, mostly because it is darned accurate* – | Read More »

    Comparing the Tucson shooting reactions.

    Now that earlier attempts to define the narrative have apparently collapsed (even regular Democratic voters aren’t willing to blame the Right for the Tucson shooting), let us take this moment to discover what we have learned about stereotypical reactions to tragedies and atrocities. And what is the most important thing that we have learned? It’s that the blogosphere and the pundit class can be neatly | Read More »

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    Comparing the Tucson shooting reactions.

    Now that earlier attempts to define the narrative have apparently collapsed (even regular Democratic voters aren’t willing to blame the Right for the Tucson shooting), let us take this moment to discover what we have learned about stereotypical reactions to tragedies and atrocities. And what is the most important thing that we have learned? It’s that the blogosphere and the pundit class can be neatly | Read More »

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    Using Tragedy to Score Political Points Is Embarrassing

                 In the wake of the tragedy in Arizona, numerous people have used that tragedy in an attempt to some political points. So, before the victims have even been laid to rest, people are using this for their own gain. Before the entire story has been told, people are trying to pin the blame for this on their political opponents.               What has happened | Read More »

    One Person At Fault, The Person Who Pulled The Trigger

    I hope everyone will continue to pray for all of the victims of the horrible tragedy in Tucson. In the aftermath of the event I was very pleased to see that most of my “blogger commentator” comrades refrained from making wild, inflammatory and uninformed postings. I am greatly disappointed with the mainstream media outlets, such as CNN, FOX, MSNBC, and all of the networks, for | Read More »

    [**BIG UPDATE**] Video: Teabagger At Tucson City Council Meeting


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