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    “Hail Satan!” Another Reason Why I Left The Left

    While singing hymns outside the Texas state capitol pro-infant genocide demonstrators screamed “hail Satan” and angry invectives at pro-child demonstrators. Click the image for the video: The story: It’s been a very interesting day at the Texas State Capitol.  Cahnman’s Musings hasn’t been following the hearing.  Instead, we’ve been participating in the surrounding events.  LetTexasSpeak has been doing a live broadcast from the rotunda where women have | Read More »

    Progressive Media Omits My Point About MLK In CO Speech *UPDATED

    Over the weekend at the “Farewell to Arms” event I purposefully quoted and riffed from Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic “I Have A Dream Speech.” The entire point of my doing so was at the end, when I said “And the entire point of this? This historic civil rights leader was disarmed, just as you, Colorado, are being disarmed. The left never tells you that King’s | Read More »

    Colorado’s Paul “Buddy System” Rosenthal Runs From Constituents At Magpul Event

    Yesterday at the Farewell To Arms event I met the man I criticized afar for his political sell-out of Coloradans’s Second Amendment Rights — and criticized the day of the event via Twitter. “Paul Rosenthal is here. He’s at the bar,” I was told by an attendee as I shook hands and talked to angry residents. Rosenthal was, in fact, at the bar, invited by | Read More »

    Did St. Louis Spend $15k To Make Public Building Light Up For Gay Pride?

    Did St. Louis Spend $15k To Make Public Building Light Up For Gay Pride?

    St. Louis celebrated the defeat of DOMA and Prop 8 with lights: The Civil Courts Building has been showing off rainbow LED lighting most of this week.  Soldiers Memorial will switch over to the colors this weekend for St. Louis Pride Fest, which has moved to downtown. Ward 25 Alderman Shane Cohn secured $15,000 in capital improvement money for the lights.  Cohn said a company | Read More »

    Magpul To Leave Colorado In Grand Style

    After the Colorado State Legislature (remember this?) voted to roll back portions of Coloradans Second Amendment rights, Magpul filed suit to fight and pulled up its roots to relocate. This Saturday yours truly will join Magpul, Free Colorado, and Revealing Politics for an epic send-off at Infinity Park. Before Colorado’s anti-Second Amendment laws kick in, Magpul will sell 20 and 30 round standard capacity magazines, | Read More »

    26% Of Obama Voters See Tea Party As Biggest Terror Threat

    26% Of Obama Voters See Tea Party As Biggest Terror Threat

    Do they all work at the IRS? Half of all voters consider radical Muslims the bigger terrorist threat facing the nation, but supporters of President Obama consider the Tea Party to be as big a danger. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters consider radical Muslims to be the bigger threat to the United States today. Thirteen percent | Read More »

    Sarah Silverman Quietly Deletes Perry Accusation

    Sarah Silverman Quietly Deletes Perry Accusation

    Yesterday Sarah Silverman attacked Texas Governor Rick Perry for calling the Texas legislature back into session to vote on the late term abortion ban after Wendy Davis’s failed filibuster. She Tweeted two different variations and after letting the final one stand for a few hours, deleted it without a word. Why do progressives seem so excited to drop the N word? I don’t get it. | Read More »

    SCOTUS DOMA Ruling A Loss For Big Government, Democrats

    The Supreme Court’s ruling today on the Defense of Marriage Act is a loss for big government, not for marriage. Let’s revisit. The year was 1996 and I was a young college frosh, Democrat, and progressive activist. Democrats campaigned on DOMA. Clinton, the new Kennedy-of-sorts, was a fervent supporter, writing prior to the bill’s signing: I have long opposed governmental recognition of same-gender marriages and this legislation | Read More »

    Meet The New Paula Deen: MN Rep Ryan Winkler Slurs SCOTUS Justice

    Meet The New Paula Deen: MN Rep Ryan Winkler Slurs SCOTUS Justice

    Angry over Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s participation in the high court’s Voting Rights Act decision, Minnesota State Rep Ryan Winkler (D/Labor Party) called Justice Thomas an “Uncle Tom.” He later said that he didn’t know what the term meant that that it was “debatable” whether or not it was racist. While Clarence Thomas grew up the descendants of slaves in a part of Georgia | Read More »

    St. Louis Police Chief Wants Drones

    St. Louis Police Chief Wants Drones

    St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson wrote to the Federal Aviation Administration as a first step request for drones in St. Louis. Dotson wants to pay for drone use with taxpayer dollars and donations. Privacy advocates object: “This is a significant expansion of government surveillance,” complained Jeffrey Mittman, executive director of ACLU of Eastern Missouri. “Our laws have not kept up with our privacy rights. | Read More »

    Gang Of Eighters Place Full Confidence In Janet Napolitano

    Gang Of Eighters Place Full Confidence In Janet Napolitano

    Forget the fake “savings.” Forget how the bill has no real penalties for breaking the law, forget how it presupposes that people who don’t pay into the system will willingly cooperate to only pay back “assessed taxes” (not back taxes) at time of filing (Sec. 2101, p. 70). Forget the host of other inanities in this bill that make it 1986 redux. The first thing that should | Read More »

    Peter King Claims Domestic Spying Would Have Prevented 9/11

    Peter King Claims Domestic Spying Would Have Prevented 9/11

    Rep. King spoke with Jake Tapper: First, there’s no way agencies would have shared information as one of the most glaring mistakes gleaned from the 9/11 Commission’s report is that bureaucracy prevented such agency cooperation. Lastly, King presupposes that 9/11 was solely a terror problem. As I’ve addressed previously, 9/11 began as an immigration problem: You didn’t need NSA or its surveillance system to thwart | Read More »

    Insurance Premiums For Single Women Double In CA

     War on women much? … many Americans face substantial increases in their health insurance premiums. Much of the debate has focused on young men, the “bros” who will bear the brunt of Obamacare’s rate hikes. But in California, women and men will see equally high jumps in the underlying cost of individual-market premiums. This is because the Golden State already bars insurers from charging different | Read More »

    Wherein The NYT Acts Like Anthony Weiner’s Cup

    “For Women in Weiner Scandal, Indignity Lingers” sounds like an episode of a soap opera. In a way, it was; it was the name of a New York Times article that was published but then removed, because it was prematurely released. The New York Times “inadvertently” posted an article on the women involved in Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal — and then deleted it. “For Women in | Read More »

    Colorado Senator Claims Democracy Is Racist

    Colorado Senator Claims Democracy Is Racist

    Colorado state Senator Angela Giron (D-Pueblo) says that democracy in our republic is racist. Colorado citizens, angry over her votes to further restrict their Second Amendment civil liberties, have gathered thousands of signatures to force a recall election. The group working to recall state Sen. Angela Giron, D-Pueblo, delivered more than 13,000 signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office in Denver on Monday. Pueblo Freedom and | Read More »