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    The Democrats’ Desperate, Race-Baiting Push

    The Democrats' Desperate, Race-Baiting Push

    As several key Senate races head down to the wire, many embattled Democrats have, in desperation, resorted to their most reliable, tried and true tactic: race baiting. None has done so more gratuitously or offensively than the pasty white creature of privilege who has distributed flyers suggesting that if Thom Tillis won, blacks would be lynched and more recently suggested that Thom Tillis killed Trayvon Martin. | Read More »

    Here is a Dumb Ad by Some Braindead Idiot Liars (NARAL)

    Here is a Dumb Ad by Some Braindead Idiot Liars (NARAL)

    Via The Federalist, the drooling moral cretins at NARAL Colorado have really outdone themselves, even when you take into consideration that it’s NARAL you’re dealing with. , of course, is on record supporting making the birth control pill available over the counter, which somehow in the mind of NARAL equates to making it illegal. The rest of the ad is filled with literally every dumb | Read More »

    Mitch McConnell is a Modern Day Sir John French

    Mitch McConnell is a Modern Day Sir John French

    Almost exactly 100 years ago (which is to say, longer ago than anything Ezra Klein cares about), British general Sir John French, Commander in Chief of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in World War I, was responsible for one of the most significant military failures of leadership in modern history. His failure is, with remarkable parallels, playing out again on the American political stage at | Read More »

    The New York Times Hates Being in America

    The New York Times Hates Being in America

    Republicans look poised to pick up Congressional seats throughout America a week from today, so it is accordingly time for the New York Times to let its contempt for the portion of America that exists west of the Hudson to fly. The article, entitled “The Bumpkinification of the Midterm Elections” reads like an 800 word grievance against the idea that should have to apologize for | Read More »

    Put Kaci Hickox Back in a Tent

    Put Kaci Hickox Back in a Tent

    The continuing carnival of the absurd with respect to nurse Kaci Hickox has continued today as Morning Joe reports (no video or other confirmation yet) that Hickox has announced that she will not abide by quarantine protocols upon her return to Maine, where she lives. Most of the media over the last 24 hours has focused on the predictable yet infuriating question of whether Chris | Read More »

    Is Islam Compatible with Free Speech?

    Is Islam Compatible with Free Speech?

    Via Eugene Volokh comes some welcome news for watchers of First Amendment jurisprudence, as the Sixth Circuit has decided to rehear a “heckler’s veto” case concerning an incident that happened a couple years ago in Michigan. Briefly summarized, the city of Dearborn, MI, which has a large Arab American population, annually holds an Arab International Festival that is free and open to the public. As | Read More »

    The White House Gaslights America on Immigration

    The White House Gaslights America on Immigration

    The evidence by this point has become pretty overwhelming that the White House plans some sort of mass amnesty via executive fiat immediately after the elections have concluded. Disgruntled Democrat Hispanics have openly declared that Obama has promised them as much, and earlier this week, Breitbart News revealed that the Administration was placing a supply order that would enable them to issue 34 million green | Read More »

    A Denuded Victory

    A Denuded Victory

    If the polls are to be believed, the Republicans are more likely than not going to regain control of the Senate next year. Probably, they will increase their margin of control in the House. These are good things, I guess, in the sense that all elected Democrats are pro-abortion and removing one from power is always a net positive. So a week from Tuesday I | Read More »

    Mark Udall is an Equal Opportunity Extremist

    Mark Udall is an Equal Opportunity Extremist

    From day one of his campaign, Sen. Mark Udall has attempted to create significant difference between himself and Barack Obama, laughingly claiming that he is the Senator that Obama most fears to see come tramping across the White House lawn. However, up until the last week, the only thing Udall has attempted to accomplish during his campaign is to run to the left of President | Read More »

    Hypocrisy is the Tribute Democrats Pay to Getting Elected

    Hypocrisy is the Tribute Democrats Pay to Getting Elected

    Via Allahpundit comes this incredible attack ad from MoveOn warning that if Republicans take the Senate, they’ll use a dubious procedure known as “reconciliation” to pass bills through the Senate (left unspoken is the indisputable fact that any Republican bills will be vetoed by Obama, but a full presentation of the facts is not really MoveOn’s strong point). Now of course, if you’ve paid attention | Read More »

    The Most Dishonest TV Ad this Election Season

    The Most Dishonest TV Ad this Election Season

    This election season has seen a number of ads that are real doozies in terms of flat-out lies and distortions. It’s no surprise, with the number of politicians who are struggling to keep their jobs, to see desperation tactics in widespread use. However, by far the most dishonest TV ad yet this election season doesn’t even concern a politician at all, it concerns Amendment 1 | Read More »

    Charlie Crist, Troll

    Charlie Crist, Troll

    So in case you missed it last night, at the beginning of the Charlie Crist/Rick Scott debate, one of the most bizarre moments in recent political history unfolded when Florida Governor Rick Scott refused to take the stage because of controversy over a fan. Here is video of Fangate in all its cringing, awkward glory: Let’s just acknowledge the blindingly obvious right off the bat: | Read More »

    Who’s to Blame for the “Ferguson Effect”?

    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 different ways the citizenry reacts to the police post-Ferguson. The whole article is worth reading for a cop’s perspective on what happens when the citizenry loses respect for cops. The central thesis of the | Read More »

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    Mark Pryor’s Dumb, Job-Killing Legislation

    Mark Pryor's Dumb, Job-Killing Legislation

    As a former resident of Arkansas, I have followed the career of pretty closely over the years. During all that time, Pryor’s M.O. has not really changed – “Aw shucks” + “Jesus” + southern accent = wins. Pryor has long avoided the Republican whitewash of Arkansas by being relatively low key about the way that he almost always votes with Democrats on controversial issues while | Read More »

    Ebola and the Stench of Democrat Desperation

    Ebola and the Stench of Democrat Desperation

    One of the most fascinating things to me during this election season has been the media’s studious obliviousness to the obvious stench of desperation surrounding Democrat campaigns. By comparison to the Republican disaster of 2006, the Democrats are showing an equally obvious amount of fleeing the Democrat brand ID, the Democrat President, and Democrat policies, and an equally obvious amount of fetid desperation in their | Read More »