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Entries from November 28th, 2010

It Starts with an “A”

November 28th, 2010 by Jim May · 4 Comments · Uncategorized

Over at Hot Air, Jimmie Bise Jr. piles on to the reaction against a group of wealthy individuals who are lobbying the Democrats for higher taxes: “They have “I can” confused with “You must”. This confusion is at the very heart of the progressive mindset. Folks like Saperstein and Buffet believe that because they can […]

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More Anti-human Enviro Lunacy

November 8th, 2010 by Mike N · 15 Comments · Environmentalism, Uncategorized

Critics of environmentalism like Objectivists and many private scientists (private means not bought and paid for with government money ) have long contended that the green movement is against all forms of energy production. Ample evidence of this lies in the fact that whenever any kind of power plant is proposed, green groups immediately file […]

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The Republican Moment

November 5th, 2010 by Myrhaf · 15 Comments · Uncategorized

In his post-election press conference President Obama said, Over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to travel around the country and meet people where they live and where they work, from backyards to factory floors. I did some talking, but mostly I did a lot of listening. This is nonsense. The Democrats lost […]

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The Left Explains the Election

November 4th, 2010 by Myrhaf · 7 Comments · Uncategorized

John Hawkins has trawled the port side of the blogosphere for reactions to the Democrat bloodbath on Tuesday. My favorite: Soir: Après le merde, le déluge The Frenchified title is intended for the usual reasons, namely, to rub teabagger wingnut noses in their swinish lack of sophistication. I’d say I was just making a joke, […]

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Dems Offer No Hope for Michigan

November 1st, 2010 by Mike N · Comments Off on Dems Offer No Hope for Michigan · Politics

The election is tomorrow and so far the Democrats are staying with their anti-business philosophy. I was hoping they would change their attitude from about three weeks or so ago. At that time I received in the mail campaign promotion material from the Michigan Democratic state central committee. It was headlined “The main street agenda” […]

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