Jeb Bush Paleo? Not If He Wants to Be President

farmer subsidies A Jeb Bush paleo diet will be unacceptable to the recipients of huge amounts of government money going into wheat, corn, and soy. Reuters has soft-pedaled the issue and made it into a human interest story. But what the President eats to get healthy is of dire importance in the context of the American corporate, cronyist Big Government. There are trillions of dollars on the line. “On the hunt for the presidency, Jeb Bush adopts a 'caveman' diet” Jeb Bush is eating like a caveman, and he Read more [...]
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On Global Warming Millennials Are Skeptical

millennials When it comes to global warming millennials tend to disbelieve the story. I’ve mentioned before that Millennials are not quite as Liberal as the media is anxious for us to believe. They are resistant to Obamacare propaganda and tend to oppose abortion. They even vote Republican rather than Democrat sometimes. So here is another piece of good news from the Daily Caller: on global warming, millennials are resistant to the propaganda. A Harvard Public Opinion Project, reported by the Harvard Read more [...]
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George Soros Avoids Taxes and Makes Billions

soros obama puppet While George Soros avoids taxes he publicly champions higher taxes for “the rich”—really for people with far less wealth than what he has. The rich must pay their fair share. Unless they identify as Democrat, I guess. From Zero Hedge: “Billionaire Hypocrisy: George Soros May Owe $7 Billion in Taxes.” There’s no question that “everyday Americans” […] would be better off if they got a larger piece of the pie, but as we’ve seen over the past several months, that’s not Read more [...]
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Republicans Adding the Spend to Tax and Spend

Capitol-Money-Dollars-Govt-Spending Forget about tax and spend Liberals; tax and spend Republicans are the people we need to worry about now. I’ve written about how the new Republicans that conservatives put in Congress are going to raise taxes. Even back before the November election, Politico.com claimed that Republicans were ditching “tax cutting mania.” Sure enough, in early January Republicans were openly talking about raising the Federal gas tax—something that I can safely say no one voted them into office to do. But Read more [...]
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Teacher Reprimands Parent for School Lunch

SONY DSC When a teacher thinks it is her job to correct parents on their lunch choices, we need to ask where she got the idea that was her job. ABC Breaking US News | US News Videos Maybe you don’t think children should eat Oreos. Maybe you don’t care. But the wonderful way the world works is that what food your children eat is between you and them. It doesn’t involve you making decisions for what my children eat or me making decisions about what your children get for lunch. So where does Read more [...]
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God’s Law regarding Economics

When travel plans go awry it can be frustrating. My flight out of BWI on Monday was canceled due to equipment breakdown. I’m glad that was discovered by the crew as we sat on the run way rather than in the air. It meant returning to the terminal, deplaning and a wait of 10 hours. That delay created a cascade of problems that had to be worked out, find a last minute replacement to speak in my stead at the meeting that night in California, find a different person to pick me up at the airport Read more [...]
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Why Were Baltimore Police Ordered to Stand Down?

Baltimore flames The Baltimore police could have done more to stop the riots and protect the city. Why weren’t they allowed to do so? Need a reminder of why you should be careful whom you elect to lead your city? Recent events in Baltimore should make you stand up and take notice. Consider this CBS Baltimore headline: “Sheriff: ‘I Was Sick To My Stomach’ After Being Told To Stand Down.” Michael Lewis is the Sheriff in Wicomico County, and was also a Sergeant with the Maryland State Police. He joined Read more [...]
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Ted Cruz Explains Second Amendment: Leftists Freak

constitution revolver Daily Kos readers need a safe space because Ted Cruz campaigning on the Constitution is a triggering event for most of them. Here’s the headline: “Presidential candidate Ted Cruz says Americans need guns in case they need to shoot the government.” Sen. Ted Cruz goes full LaPierre: "The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution isn't for just protecting hunting rights, and it's not only to safeguard your right to target practice. It is a Constitutional right to protect your children, your family, Read more [...]
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Economy Grinding to a Halt

Urkel Obama economy New reports show an economy grinding down to nearly a full stop in growth. How soon until we get recession? It has been about a month since I posted about how mainstream sources are admitting that “the economy is sinking.” In that month, the situation has only gotten worse. Here’s the Washington Post headline: “U.S. economic growth slows to 0.2 percent, grinding nearly to a halt.” The U.S. economy ground nearly to a halt in the first three months of the year, according to government Read more [...]
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Hillary v. Bill Clinton? What about Hillary v. Herself

abedin clinton The media is presenting the Clinton campaign as Hillary v. Bill Clinton because she is repudiating his record. But what about her own? Matt Drudge noticed the headline at The Washington Post: "How Hillary Clinton is running against parts of her husband’s legacy." Hillary Rodham Clinton isn’t just running against Republicans. She’s also running against parts of her husband’s legacy. On issues large and small, the Democratic presidential contender is increasingly distancing herself from Read more [...]
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GoFundMe Discriminates for Nondiscrimination

wedding cake gay kink GoFundMe cuts off donations for people being bankrupted for not baking wedding cakes for same-sex ceremonies called "weddings" by some people. You may remember the outrage at Indiana for passing a religious freedom restoration law. Because the law allegedly allowed people to choose whether or not to serve a homosexual "wedding," people organized boycotts of the entire state of Indiana--refusing to do business with a state that allowed people the freedom of refusing to do business. So now we Read more [...]
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School: Boston Marathon not Educational; Unexcused Absence

rossi family A school told a father that taking his kids with him on a Boston Marathon trip to see him run is not an excused absence. Here’s a letter that a mother and father in Rydall, PA, received from the school where their children attend—as reported by IJReview.com: Dear Mr. and Mrs. Rossi: I understand that your family recently took a family vacation. I want you to be aware that the Abington School District does not recognize family trips as an excused absence, regardless of the activities involved Read more [...]
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