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From Can you name the biggest racist employer in America?, Well Said by NewsMachete

The MSM and liberals decry racism, unless blacks benefit from it

... in a curious article in the New York Times, the Times mentions an enormous racial disparity only second-handedly, and doesn't seem concerned about the nature of it, because the recipients of it are not white, but black.

From Horror: ISIS' Surreally Repugnant Treatment of Women, Well Said by Guy Benson

This is Obama's "JV" team doing this

Here we have an actual -- non-political -- war on women, In addition to its revolting abuse of women and girls, ISIS is busy conquering territory across two countries, solidifying its presence in a third,

From Surprise: Most Clinton Foundation donors got larger weapons deals from Hillary's State Department, Well Said by Allahpundit

Hillary strikes - again! That she is corrupt is becoming more evident daily.

Of 20 nations that donated to the Foundation, 17 had more robust weapons transactions in the three fiscal years that State was led by Hillary than in the last three years of the previous administration.

From Paul Krugman Busted, Well Said by Thomas Lifson

A scholar is supposed to pursue the truth and include all data. A polemicist omits the inconvenient truths.

Paul Krugman has been caught massaging the data to support his theory. ... He is presenting data in a form that omits the 40% of the data that doesn't support his thesis.

From Did President Obama Just Deliver a Political Memorial Day Speech?, Well Said by Wordsmith

Does Obama EVER stop campaigning?

Someone tell me that it's just my ODS-ometer going off and he didn't really just inject a political point into his Arlington speech, as if he's still campaigning:

From "If they are white kill 'em all": Flag desecrator issues murderous manifesto, Well Said by Carmine Sabia

Police found an illegal handgun in Sheppard's backpack on campus and have been looking for him since.

A man who first made national news when a female veteran stopped his protest from stomping on an American flag is now threatening to kill police officers who try to arrest him.

Eric Sheppard of Valdosta State University rose to infamy after video surfaced of Playboy playmate and Air Force veteran Michelle Manhart grabbing the flag from him and held it until she was arrested by police.

From Delusional Obama links climate change and terrorism, Well Said by Daniel John Sobieski

Are "Obama" and "Delusional" redundant?

President Obama's assertion in his commencement address to cadets at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy that the rise of ISIS in Syria and Boko Haram in Nigeria, and the brutality of both, is somehow linked to climate change shows just how dangerously detached from reality U.S. foreign policy has become.

From Dear GOP: Don't Work with Obama - Stop Him, Well Said by Michael Walsh

Ha ha ha ha ha! Suckers! The Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party doesn't care. And certainly not the wing led by the twin dullards, McConnell and Boehner, men of limited intelligence and zero imagination.

GOP hacks like the loathsome Mitch McConnell and Weepy John Boehner seem to think the GOP needs to show it can "govern" - which they mean push various pieces of crappy legislation through their respective chambers - before voters will trust them with the keys to the White House. Meanwhile, the public keep screaming: STOP OBAMA!

From Krauthammer says 'scrubbed' email release a farce: 'Clintons are secretive and deceptive, but they're not stupid', Well Said by Mkichael Dorstewitz

Whatever is there, whatever is embarrassing, whatever is indicting has been scrubbed and removed

Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer called the State Department's release of nearly 300 Hillary Clinton emails "a farce" because they were handpicked.

"There isn't a shred of evidence because she shredded the evidence, Krauthammer said on Fox News' "Special Report" Friday. "This whole release is a farce."

Baltimore Riots Aftermath

From Violent crime surges as arrests drop in Baltimore post-riots, Well said by Perry Chiaramonte

Just what did Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake expect after Maryland State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby indicting six cops?

While crime is rising in Baltimore, the numbers of arrests have been dropping with numbers dipping 22 percent in the first three months of 2015 and even more sharply after Gray's death on April 19 touched off rioting.

From Baltimore Cop: Crime Is Up, Arrests Are Down, And Morale 'Is In The Sewer', Well said by Chuck Ross

Just what did Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake expect after Maryland State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby indicting six cops?

The spike in crime and decrease in arrests in Baltimore since the death of Freddie Gray is the partial result of low morale among the police force, an anonymous city cop told CNN. The 12-year veteran said of officers' morale: "It's in the sewers. It's down. It's the worst I have seen in my career."

From Violent crime "unexpectedly" surges in Baltimore, Well said by Jaz Shaw

Just what did Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake expect after Maryland State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby indicting six cops?

Once the word gets out on the streets that you can pelt the police with rocks and the Mayor will tell them to fall back and not arrest you, all bets are essentially off.

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Libertarian Credo

The following credo was supplied by Doug Thornburg

Doug's credo # 2: My needs and desires, however great or intense, do not give me the right to take what is yours, including your life and the derivatives of your life--your ideas and tangible property. To suggest otherwise creates a relationship not dissimilar to that of master and slave.

More of Doug's credos, and some very interesting reading as well, can be found here.

Why I'm Conservative, or perhaps a Libetarian

People often ask me why I'm conservative, why I reject ANYTHING proposed by liberals or progressives (or whatever they call themselves today).

I always answer with two statements and a question:


  1. I resent and resist ANY proposal that forces me to pay for it. Liberals and progressives propose policies that require tax money. I am forced by the IRS to pay taxes or go to jail. ObamaCare (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or PPACA) comes to mind. That fiasco became law in March 2010. As Nancy Pelosi famously said, "we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what's in it."

    It has never worked, is much more expensive than advertised to most Americans, and now wants more money to remain viable.

    Some liberal proposals are admirable. Whether or not I want to fund it should be MY choice, not something that is forced upon me.

  2. Has ANY proposal offered by liberals ever worked as advertised? The "War On Poverty" illustrates my point. LBJ said that 30 years was needed to eradicate poverty. Yet after 50 years and $40 trillion spent, the "poverty" level is substantially the same as it was in the 1960s. In fact, poverty has actually increased for some Americans.

    Besides not reducing poverty, it robbed taxpayers of money they could have spent themselves. And it grew a huge (and hugely expensive) bureauracy. Means-tested welfare spending has soared since the start of the War on Poverty. In fiscal year 2013 alone, the federal government ran over 80 means-tested welfare programs that provided cash, food, housing, medical care, and targeted social services to poor and low-income Americans. Federal and state governments spent $943 billion in 2013 on these programs at an average cost of $9,000 per recipient. Social Security and Medicare are not included in the totals.

    And I use the term "poverty" advisedly because:


Is the assumption of power worth the assault on human nature? As an example, I point to the liberal proposed welfare program and what it has done to the black family, children, and work ethic.

And, unlike most liberals, I don't rely on loudly expressing my opinion. I proved links to references that support WHY I'm a conservative.