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A friend sent me an image of King George III with the following text layered over the image. It reads:  “You mean to tell me that we can tax them for NOT buying tea?”  Can you imagine how much money could be raised by taxing people for not doing something? It’s genius. When we think …

Shepard Fairey, the artist behind those creepy “HOPE” posters that helped hypnotize a nation into voting for Obama the first time, says now he would use a different word under Obama’s portrait. It’s almost as if the designer of the swastika denounced Hitler, or the maker of the hammer and sickle flag told Stalin to …

If massive debt, runaway taxes and some of the highest unemployment in the nation wasn’t enough to make you want to run screaming from California, then consider that the “FAB-u-lous” folks in the Legislature have just slashed open the state’s carotid artery by voting for a minimum wage increase that would make the state’s one …

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden made a break for it after Hong Kong let him leave that country on a plane bound for Russia. U.S. officials over the weekend demanded that Hong Kong hand over the former NSA contractor, but Hong Kong officials decided the request didn’t comply with Hong Kong law. So Snowden and a …

In the clutter of all the bad news that is reported in our country on a daily basis —namely the things that are going wrong, that which is negative and even counterproductive to the freedoms America now possesses — out of nowhere pops up a story of how blessed America truly is, by capturing the …

The other morning Glenn Beck asked if the president really does know what’s going on. Is he in charge? Is anyone in charge? Do any of his people actually report to him or not? Eric Holder for example: Does he report to Obama? If not, than to whom does he report? Himself? Was Leon Panetta …

Colorado may have passed far-reaching gun control laws with their Democratic-controlled houses, but they weren’t passed without fierce opposition, and not just from law-abiding gun owners. Fifty-four of the state’s 62 elected sheriffs have banded together and filed a lawsuit against the state for their unconstitutional legislation aimed at law-abiding citizens. There were eight other …

Barronelle Stutzman is the owner of Arlene’s Flowers. When one of her customers, Robert Ingersoll, a homosexual, asked Stutzman to supply the flowers for his upcoming wedding with his male “partner,” she refused. She cited her religious beliefs. Stutzman never refused Ingersoll service when he ordered flowers for personal use. It was the idea of …

Anna McMullen is a “campaigner” for the British organization, Labour Behind the Label, and CNN allowed her to write an editorial, “Bangladesh factory collapse: Who really pays for our cheap clothes?” As much as I want to respect anyone who has a palindrome for a first name, I find the column both deficient, and exemplary …

When stories about the Boston Marathon bombings started coming in, the media sycophants had their profile narrative in hand. It looked like American right wing extremists were the likely perpetrators. Tax Day . . . Patriots Day . . . Waco Anniversary . . . Hitler’s birthday . . . Oklahoma City Bombing. It was …

Sequestration is supposed to be here, but I don’t feel any different. Except that I am battling a stomach virus, but I think that probably has nothing to do with the sequestration crisis that never happened. The Obama administration might try to convince me that it’s somehow related, and that it’s the GOP’s fault for …

In one of those studies whose results you could have written before the research even began, Congress reports that few women will be able to perform in combat as well as men. Also, the Marine Corps has announced that it will test men and women to see how well women can perform combat tasks. I’m …