Monthly Archives: January 2010

Victim, Victim, Who Is The Victim?

The Victim Game is the most popular past time of Western civilization. And although the rules of the game are pretty standard, the sweet plum of Victim status can be a fickle and fleeting political prize.

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Booze Without Borders: Free Our Liquor!

The state of Virginia may be taking a big step into the 21st century if its new Republican governor has anything to say about it. Governor Bob McDonnell wants to get the state government out of the liquor business. Will Pennsylvania follow? Continue reading

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Job Cuts Just Won’t Quit

More severe job cuts are coming and the hard times are being felt across all industries for the most part. How bad will it get? Continue reading

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Women Suicide Bombers: It’s All The Rage

Women suicide bombers headed our way. So states the top story in the UK Telegraph today. Intelligence sources are reporting that young Western looking women have been undergoing terrorist training in Yemen conducted by the same group responsible for the panty bomber incident on Christmas day here in the US. Continue reading

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It Ain’t About Ideology

If you spend a lot of time consuming network news and pigging out at all the media entertainment eateries that technology has be offer, you would be totally convinced that America was a very liberal nation. Think again. Continue reading

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Scott Brown Projected Winner in Massachusetts

At 9:30 pm this evening, the AP has just declared Scott Brown the winner of the Massachusetts Senate race! And Martha Coakely has conceded!
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Multiculturalism and Anglo-Saxon Suicide

I love it when the UK media graces us with its attention–all those puffed-up pontifications on American culture voiced in that snooty look-down-their-nose tone they do so well. But what sticks in the gut with this article, and most other communiques from the land of aristocratic socialism, is the patronizing school principal chastisement coming from a Brit journalist who seems to have forgotten the multicultural mess brewing in his own backyard. Continue reading

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Government Grandees: America’s Patrician Class

The tyranny of government unions and the well-established government employee grandee class–is it possible to slay this Government Godzilla that has become the centerfold of the US economy? Continue reading

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Alec Baldwin: Energy Czar

Took a gander at HuffPo the other day to see what quaint inanities were percolating over there at Libtopia Central. And sure enough, there was a good selection of the feeble, inane, and just plain lame. But taking the first prize in the Huffpo Silliest Soliloquies Contest has to be Alec Baldwin for his Daffy Duck deconstruction of US energy policy.

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Wind Farms: The Hot Air Is In The Hype

The UK, in the throes of a very cold winter, had expected its wind farms to generate a decent level of power to help keep the home fires burning. But unfortunately, the alternative power potentates in the UK seem to have forgotten a chilly fact or two: cold weather often brings high pressure and high pressure ofter brings no wind at all. Continue reading

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China’s State Controlled Breeding: Boys Are Us

A demographics nightmare is facing the communist Chinese regime in the form of a looming gender imbalance within their population. Due to state controlled breeding practices which have mandated one child per family and the culture’s predilection for males, China will be oozing with unrequited testosterone by 2010. Continue reading

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Gay Marriage In NJ: Down For The Count

The Gay Marriage Bill in NJ was rejected today by the New Jersey State Senate by a vote of 20 to 14. And in true form, the Gay/Lesbian leadership drones on and on and on. Continue reading

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The Fate of Women In Afghanistan

How bad is it for many of the women in Afghanistan? Bad enough to commit suicide via self-immolation. Continue reading

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Ruling By Divine Right: The Intellectual Class

Book To Watch Out For Intellectuals and Society by Thomas Sowell, as reviewed by David Hogberg in the National Review, should be on your read list if you want to get a better understanding of the intellectual elite mindset and … Continue reading

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Airport Security: A ‘Man-Caused’ Disaster

Airport Security: Bureaucracy and Incompetence at Play. Continue reading

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Last Chance For Gay Marriage in NJ

Described as a political hot potato, the NJ gay marriage bill was pulled from the New Jersey State Senate’s voting agenda in December when it became clear the bill had no chance of passing. Continue reading

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Pedophilia Chic

Polanski’s popularity got you scratching your head? Kevin Jenning’s continued employment as the Safe Schools Czar boggling your brain? Then perhaps you’re one of those un-hip, tight-arsed Americans who have yet to embrace the cool cultural concept of Pedophilia Chic. Continue reading

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TV Alternatives: A Listening Experience

Having abandoned the cable TV obsession some years ago, I have found some nifty alternative forms of media entertainment. Continue reading

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