Testicular Safety Administration
Let me get this straight, in 2006 the left went ballistic over the revelation that the Bush Administration was using computers to track phone numbers (of calls made to and from suspected terrorists). It was the end of the America as we knew it, and the Bush Administration was destroying the Fourth Amendment. There were comments like these from Democrat politicians: “Are you telling me tens | Read More »
Historic Milestones in Tolerance
Many people think it had more to do with the fact that he said it while on the hated Fox News. npr basically claims that it had more to do with the fact that their employees are not allowed to have their own opinions, or at least share them on the air.
The social networking site facebook has allied with GLAAD to fight anti-gay references on the facebook site. You will get no argument from me when someone tries to prevent juvenile harassment and bullying of gays (I agree with Andrew Wilcow that gay people should exercise their second amendment right more frequently when faced with physical bullying and intimidation).
Keep trying to convince yourself Mr. Brown
Avastin Sticker Shock
Obamacare created a new Independent Medicare Advisory Board (IMAB) to ‘curtail spending’. Now, on advice from the IMAB, the FDA is considering restricting Avastin. It is amazing to see the range of responses from the left here in America.
Just when they thought it was safe
Yes, candidate Obama told us he was going to “fundamentally transform” America. He knew what he meant by that phrase, but Americans didn’t. What he didn’t know, however, was that his attempts to transform America would trigger an awakening throughout the nation.
Dang you George W. Bush, you did it again!
Special Thanks to RedState reader: Erick. Cross-Posted at TobyToons
The Fringe Element
Also, read this post by our own Dan Spencer, about the movie “Fire in the Heartland” which covers Tea Parties and strong conservative women. Cross-Posted: TobyToons
A pertinent question, especially today
October 28th, 1980 – while debating Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan asked a simple question that made American voters realize that Carter had sold them a false bill of goods. That simple question helped turn the election in his favor. It has been thirty years, but the question is as pertinent today as then.
Tax cuts for the rich (Liberal)