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Recognizing the Enemy of the People

3602 People are opening their eyes. There may not be enough of them and it may be too late to do much about it, but the results of a recent poll are undeniably satisfying. The local Washington DC affiliate reports: "Report: More Than 1 In 4 Americans Believe Government Is The Enemy." More than 1 in 4 Americans believe that the government is the enemy, according to a new poll. Pew Research Center found that 27 percent of registered voters say they think of government as an enemy, up 8 points since 1996. Read more [...] Continue reading →

Obama Accuses Republicans of ISIS Recruitment

syria iraq isis Guy Benson wrote at, "Obama: Let's Face It, These Republicans Are Practically ISIS Recruiters." First the Kerry disgrace, then this. Our president is the world's most powerful Internet troll: During his APEC address tonight, President Obama had some tough words for Republicans refusing to take in Syrian refugees. Yesterday he said that not taking in refugees would violate America’s values, but today he got much, much tougher in going after them. He said the “fear and panic” only Read more [...] Continue reading →

Huma Abedin: Hillary Clinton "Easily Confused"

hillary oligarchy is a mainstream news site one wouldn't expect to cite Judicial Watch or the Hot Air blog, but yesterday they cited both: "Clinton 'Often Confused,' Aide Wrote in 2013." A newly released email about Hillary Clinton is making headlines, though it's not because of a security breach. In it, top aide Huma Abedin tells another aide that Clinton is "easily confused." The full exchange from 2013, as obtained by conservative group Judicial Watch:  Abedin to staffer Monica Hanley: "Have Read more [...] Continue reading →

The Quest for Control: Face-Scanning Political Ads

Diversity of thought Big Brother's eyes followed you across the room. But that was just an illusion to intimidate you. Real life is worse. From Raw Story: "Political billboards are now scanning your face for your reactions." 2016 presidential candidates have a new option in their quest to sway voters. “Neuropolitics” is the attempt to read your mind by scanning facial expressions and feeding them into an algorithm. Biofeedback—including heart rate, eye movements, and skin conditions—can  also be captured and Read more [...] Continue reading →

Breitbart Warned Fox Will Sabotage Anti-TPP Candidates at Debate

bias Breibart editors were worried that the pro-Obamatrade debate moderators will try to trip up anti-TPP candidates: There may be trouble ahead for the top candidates at tonight’s Republican debate, sponsored by Fox Business News and the Wall Street Journal. Why? There may be a slew of new “gotcha” trade questions posed by the debate’s trio of free-trade favoring moderators, Maria Bartiromo, Neil Cavuto, and Gerard Baker. These free-trade proponents have never seen a so-called free-trade agreement Read more [...] Continue reading →

Airbnb Wins a Victory for All of Us

1504628773357128744 It feels like every time someone comes up with a way for the average Joe to make money from a good idea and to provide a needed service for the general public at a reasonable price, someone--either the existing business that wants a monopoly on the service or the government--does something to throw a wrench in the works. This was the case with Airbnb.  In San Francisco, a ballot initiative called Proposition F was the culprit.  Here is the beginning of a short description of the initiative found Read more [...] Continue reading →

Tea Party Revolution in Kentucky

Tea Party Protest A GOP victory is a surprise but a tea party revolution is a “shock.” The media thinks it is quite shocking. The headline at the Kentucky Herald-Leader admits it: “Matt Bevin shocks Jack Conway to become next governor of Kentucky.” He never led until the end, and that's when it counted. Republican Matt Bevin, who trailed in every public poll since winning the Republican primary in May by 83 votes, shocked Democrat Jack Conway on Tuesday to become the next governor of Kentucky. With help Read more [...] Continue reading →

Carson Surges; Media Get Their Racism On

benCarson As Ben Carson's presidential candidacy seems to be soaring, the left-wing media are in a lather to destroy him. A new Quinnipiac poll shows Carson crushing Hillary Clinton by 10 points in a theoretical matchup. Therefore, the media have decided he must be stopped. This is what the media do to black Americans who stray from the liberal farm. It's the same sort of attempted lynching given to Clarence Thomas all those years ago. To be sure, the lynching of Ben Carson hasn't gotten into full Read more [...] Continue reading →

Obamacare is NOT Affordable

IMG_15125150959243_zpsc2a7e7b1 This one hits a little too close to home.  You see, beginning on January 1, 2016, the healthcare premium for my family on our policy will increase by $89 per month.  That is $1,068 per year.  I was feeling pretty mad about this increase when I received the letter revealing the news to me last week.  Then I read this article at, and I felt like I had fared pretty well compared to the example shared there about Mr. Tetrault.  He received news that his premium would Read more [...] Continue reading →

Tom Tancredo Quits GOP; Should You?

darth vader republican Is former Congressman Tom Tancredo setting an example for us? By now you have all probably seen his editorial at Tom Tancredo begins: In a panel discussion at the University of Colorado after the recent Republican debate, I was asked by a student why she should be a Republican. The question forced me to ask myself the same thing. I gave the young woman the standard talking points–that Republicans believe in smaller government, individual rights, fiscal responsibility, and free Read more [...] Continue reading →

German Voters Moving Rightward Due to Muslim Immigration

merkel muslims The political establishment is losing the confidence of German voters as they watch their country being stressed by foreigners. A recent story in the Telegraph makes inquiring minds wonder if the way the country is receiving immigrants is going to substantially change the behavior of German voters: "Migrant dispute between conservative parties 'pushing Germans to far-Right'" Disputes between Germany’s two ruling conservative parties over the migrant crisis is jeopardising the government's ability Read more [...] Continue reading →

Government Is Like Weight Watchers

govt The business success of Weight Watchers  lies in the fact that it doesn't work—thus getting perpetually repeating customers. NY Magazine posted a piece by Traci Mann entitled, “Oprah’s Investment in Weight Watchers Was Smart Because the Program Doesn’t Work.” She writes in part: Winfrey’s venture is, in fact, a brilliant investment, although not necessarily for the reason she thinks. It’s brilliant not because Weight Watchers works but because it doesn’t. It’s the perfect Read more [...] Continue reading →