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Entries from March 2009

Reporting from the RLC National Convention

March 29th, 2009 · No Comments ·

You may have noticed that I’ve been a bit less active than usual for the past week. That’s because I’ve been at the national convention of the Republican Liberty Caucus, hosted by the great folks at the RLC of Florida in humid but congenial Jacksonville. I wish I could have reported during the convention but […]

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Don’t be Distracted from the Deficit

March 25th, 2009 · 45 Comments ·

If you ever doubted that the manufactured outrage over the AIG bonuses was intended as a distraction, all you have to do is look at President Obama’s first budget and the deficit projections which have been produced based on it to see exactly what they are trying to divert our attention from. They would prefer […]

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Obamas Prepare for Societal Breakdown, Plant Survival Garden

March 22nd, 2009 · 3 Comments ·

Following the example of thousands of concerned families around the country, the Obamas are preparing for the worst-case outcome of complete social collapse by starting a garden on the White House lawn. In past eras presidents have put in swimming pools and bowling alleys, but times are grimmer and their choice of lifestyle enhancements represents […]

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The War on Capitalism: A Reminiscence from 2034

March 19th, 2009 · 7 Comments ·

“Grandad,” the little girl said, “where were you when the war began?” “Well, back in those days we lived in America and I was like a lot of people and worked for a small business. I worked very hard and I had good people who worked with me, and they worked hard like I did. […]

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The UN Celebrates a Century of Madness

March 12th, 2009 · No Comments ·

In a recent statement, Antonio Maria Costa the Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drug Control, announced that they are winning the War on Drugs which we’ve been fighting for 100 years, saying: “Compared to a century ago, drug demand and supply have been brought under control…adherence to the international drug control regime […]

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State Sovereignty Movement Hits Partisan Roadblock

March 8th, 2009 · 8 Comments ·

Efforts in more than half of the state legislatures to assert state sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the Constitution and prevent unwanted impositions by the federal government are now running into serious partisan opposition. Most of these bills have been introduced and are supported by Republican legislators and Democrats are doing everything they can […]

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Texas Independence: Madmen, Scoundrels and Fools

March 2nd, 2009 · 1 Comment ·

Happy Texas Independence Day! I know that most of you out there probably don’t celebrate this momentous holiday when the Republic of Texas threw off the shackles of Mexican rule and assumed its just place among the powers of the earth and began a bloody struggle for freedom. But it’s a holiday here in Texas […]

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Economic Crisis: Real Solutions

March 1st, 2009 · 3 Comments ·

Once you understand how we got into the perilous economic situation we now enjoy you can start to look for ways to get out of it. But to find real solutions you have to approach the situation rationally and not in a desperate panic. Thus far the reaction of Congress and both the Bush administration […]

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