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Noonan on the DC/America Divide

January 31, 2014

So, how long did it take you to change the channel during Tuesday night’s State of the Union address?  After Obama channeled his inner Paul Harvey with folksy tales of “real” Americans, he started his regular banter not caring about the accuracy of his statements because (let’s face it) most of those watching weren’t going [...]

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Establishment Hero, John McCain

July 28, 2011

Over the last day or two, the ruling class elites in the Republican Party establishment have gotten their knives out.  The Tea Party is more of an existential threat to them than the Democrats are, so an aggressive push against them has reared its head now that the GOP’s Tea Party faction is facing maximum [...]

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Pension Costs Choking Providence

June 27, 2011

Why is it that whenever I hear news about Rhode Island it’s usually bad?  Like any story about Buddy Cianci, The Station Nightclub Fire, the Floods of 2010, electing a mentally handicapped man governor last year, etc. Now, it turns out that the Wall Street Journal, taking a look at local government shortfalls around the [...]

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Hannan on America’s Europeanization — Run Away!!!

March 13, 2011

America’s favorite Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Daniel Hannan, wrote an excellent book last year, The New Road to Serfdom, which warns us about the European-style direction America is taking and what a tragedy for the world and liberty that would be.  Recently, Hannan summarized the main points of his book in this widely [...]

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