No, I didn’t see the self-inflicted Bloodshed myself, but there’s a rather epic Tale about it over at Legal Insurrection. I observed that there’s two questions arising from all of this. First of all when is Rachel Maddow going to be releasing her taxes? And where did she get Trump’s tax return from? And as a […]

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Eric Florack on March 13th, 2017

Has anyone noticed that we aren’t hearing so much these days about Black Lives Matter? Could that be because it’s no longer an election issue for the Democrats?

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Eric Florack on March 13th, 2017

In fairness it should probably be noted that the ones that are complaining the loudest about what Donald Trump is doing to keep this country safe from terrorists are the same people who complained W didn’t do enough to prevent 9/11.

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Eric Florack on March 10th, 2017

I want you to consider something. One of the fastest ways to tear a culture apart is to get people within that culture to forget who they are and eventually to disclaim it. Part of the 1960’s counterculture movement was the phrase “God is dead”. Of course that phrase was brought to us in “the […]

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davidl on March 8th, 2017

I have told you recently that I love Kate, Small Dead Animals? Video: If you don’t grasp the concept of the debate, even if you do, drop in on Small Dead Animals anyhow.

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davidl on March 8th, 2017

Cynical author warning. I note, wryly, the rhinoceroses tears, from Chicago Tribune: For the past decade, poachers have killed rhinoceroses in the wild and in protected reserves around the world at alarming rates, threatening the survival of four of the world’s five rhino species. […] Perhaps no rhino death illustrates that threat more forcefully than […]

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Eric Florack on March 8th, 2017

Postulate the following…  You are driving in a section of town known for it’s lawless nature and violence. It is night time. Now,  your car breaks down in the middle of this place. Suddenly, three burly looking males are moving toward you. First question…  Would it be comforting for you know that these guys had […]

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davidl on March 7th, 2017

Doctor Ben Carson characterized slaves brought into our nation as “immigrants”, albeit, involuntary immigrants: “I think people need to actually look up the word immigrant,” Carson said. “Whether you’re voluntary or involuntary, if you come from the outside to the inside, you’re an immigrant. Whether you’re legal or illegal, you come from the outside to […]

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Eric Florack on March 6th, 2017

Overdrive Magazine reports… ? “The more restrictive hours of service rules took effect in July 2013, prompting widespread criticism by both fleets and drivers for preventing truckers from returning to duty until 5 a.m. after a restart, even if the restart had spanned a full 34 hours. One of the chief arguments against the regulations […]

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Did Barack Obama, a/k/a  Dim Won, attempt to steal  the last general election to salvage his legacy? Obama has a JD(Juris Doctor) to no license to practice law. On the hand Mark Levin has both. From Real Clear Politics: “The question is: Was Obama surveilling top Trump campaign officials during the election?” he asked. “We […]

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2017

Not unexpectedly, the Democrats are complaining that Trump wheeled that woman… the wife of a soldier KIA… out at the SOTU speech simply to score political points. What they fail to publicly recognize and perhaps don’t even understand in reality, is that respect for the fallen and those who are left behind should be standard procedure […]

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