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Nancy Pelosi: Memorable Words of Wisdom

Nancy Pelosi: Memorable Words of Wisdom

Incredibly, Democrats in the United States House of Representatives have chosen to re-elect Nancy Pelosi as their leader and, in order to divine how and why this could happen, it would seem fitting to look back at some of Pelosi’s memorable words of wisdom. Representing California’s 12th Congressional District – arguably, the safest Democratic seat […]

Feminism and the Brewing Shirt Storm

Feminism and the Brewing Shirt Storm

In what is sadly overshadowing the most recent accomplishment of the human species, European Space Agency physicist Dr. Matt Taylor’s shirt has become a flash point for another public spectacle involving feminism. Also worthy of somber consideration is the likelihood that by the time the public moves on to the next cause célèbre, the people […]

Attorney General Nominee a Big Supporter of State-Sponsored Theft

Attorney General Nominee a Big Supporter of State-Sponsored Theft

Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for United States Attorney General, is a big supporter of a program of which many Americans are not aware, but one that amounts to state-sponsored theft of private property. Civil asset forfeiture, as it is known, is an entirely unconstitutional system, by which state and federal authorities are seizing money […]

House of Representatives Passes Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

House of Representatives Passes Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

The House of Representatives has just passed a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline which is to run from the oil sands in Canada down to the Gulf of Mexico. Having passed in the House, the bill is scheduled to hit the Senate floor on Tuesday. Bill sponsor, Mary Landrieu has said that she believes […]

Gruber Revelations Are a Blessing [Video]

Gruber Revelations Are a Blessing [Video]

The recent attention given to 2013 remarks made by Jonathan Gruber, a consultant in the construction of the Affordable Care Act, is an actual blessing. After the initial outrage that naturally accompanies the discovery of a conspiracy-come-true has a moment to fade, it might be worth a moment to appreciate that this time, the scandal […]

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