From the daily archives:

Thursday, March 12, 2009

The Latest Justice Department Target: Sheriff Joe Arpaio

March 12, 2009

In the Obama Nation, Sheriff Joe is the bad guy, while the 16,000 illegals he’s detained are worthy of a Justice Department protection and the investigation of potential violations of their civil rights (Notice:  I italicized “illegals” because these detainees in question are, well, “illegal”).  The reason for the investigation stems from the fact that those 16,000 [...]

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Steven Crowder on Torture and Club Gitmo

March 12, 2009

I’ve long argued that the American left has attempted to redefine the word “torture” in order to create an  false impression that President Bush approved the use of actual torture against America’s enemies.  In his latest video, Steven Crowder makes the same point in a much funnier way. This guy’s humor never fails.  SNL should [...]

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On D.C. Statehood and Taxation

March 12, 2009

When the argument surrounding D.C. Statehood comes up, the frequent mantra used is the old Revolutionary War Phrase, “No Taxation Without Representation.”  The current bill in Congress to give D.C. “voting rights” in congress is flawed because it is unconstitutional.  There are remedies, such as making much of the city of Washington, D.C. a state, [...]

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Obama Appointee Office Raided by FBI

March 12, 2009

One of the mantra’s from the left used heavily in 2006 was the so-called Republican “Culture of Corruption.”  It seems like this label would apply more aptly to the Obama Administration.  I cannot remember an administration in my memory having more problems with appointees in the first 100 days.  Besides all of the tax cheats [...]

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Banks Don’t Want Bailout Anymore

March 12, 2009

Banks are looking to return bailout money as Congress and the President attach more and more strings to the money.  It seems that the banks are just happy to go on their own when the Federal Government starts to put restrictions on how to run a business.  Besides restrictions on executive pay, which would seriously [...]

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