From the daily archives:

Monday, January 19, 2009

Ending “Don’t Ask Don’t tell” is a Potentially Bad Move

January 19, 2009

So what?  They’re gay and want to serve.  Historically, our hesitancy towards allowing gays in the military always gets stronger when we have no wars and eases when we need bodies to fight.  So what’s the big issue when last week, Obama’s people signaled that they want to end the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) policy [...]

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Boehner Quantifies Stimulus Price Tag

January 19, 2009

John Boehner has been pushing the fact that if you take the current price tag of the Economic Stimulus Package ($825 billion) and divide that by the number of jobs that he says the plan will create (3 million new jobs), you end up with a price tag of $250,000 per job. Obama advisor David [...]

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Beck and Steyn

January 19, 2009

I got a tip on this video from Glenn Beck’s old show where he interviews the always entertaining Mark Steyn on where Michelle Obama thinks this country needs to go: From my cold dead hands too, Mark!

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Rebutting the Great Global Warming Hoax

January 19, 2009

The global warming hoax has been well chronicled at Axis of Right, and is now going to get a big boost by the incoming Obama administration.  According to the latest global warming hoax, the earth only has four years left before it’s too late!  Obama has to act now, and reverse the warming.  The One [...]

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Say Never Forever

January 19, 2009

With anti-semitism on the rise in recent years, especially in Europe, disturbing scenes like these have become increasingly common.  What’s even more troubling is that anti-semitism is socially acceptable enough in certain areas for people to shamelessly display their hatred out in the open.  Not that all anti-semites are content to confine their filth to [...]

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Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

January 19, 2009

In 1983, the US Congress and President Reagan made the observed birthday of Martin Luther King Jr a federal holiday.  Twenty-six years later, and forty-one years after Dr. King’s assassination, we stand poised to inaugurate America’s first biracial President.  Contemplating that, I ran into this CNN article which shows that nearly 2/3 of America’s black population [...]

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