Eric Florack on July 23rd, 2014 (9 hours ago)

I already took up this argument about the culpability of the state in the case of the accident involving Tracy Morgan along the Jersey Pike But now comes an even stronger case. This time,http://7online.com/news/nj-officer-killed-on-duty-in-route-17-wreck-driver-arrested/193906 involving truck vs police car, where the cop died. Now, let me preface all this by saying I do feel a […]

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In highly anticipated decision, a court struck down the regime’s ability to write regulations that ignore the law, from Peter Suderman, Hit and Run: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit delivered a huge blow to Obamacare this morning, ruling that the insurance subsidies granted through the federally run health exchange, which covered […]

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The regime has turned the Internal Revenue Service in a partisan democrat attack machine. In turn Obama donor and appoints head of the IRS John Koskinen has shown himself to be either corrupt or incompetent. Yet Representative Elijah Cummings (MD – 7) ranking member of the House Oversight Committee has taken to protecting Koskinen, via […]

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davidl on July 15th, 2014

Mitt was right.  The Washington Post, a/k/a WaPo, is apparently just now discovering that their candidate with off the charts intelligence, to wit Barack Obama, a/k/a  President Fifty Seven State,  a/k/a  Dim Won is not nearly so smart as Dim Won believes himself to be: Back in March, when Vladimir Putin’s Russia was rearing its […]

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davidl on July 13th, 2014

True the World’s Smallest Violin is an old joke, but still a rather apt one, via Right Scoop: ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS – Seventy thousand Gazans were in the dark Sunday night after a Hamas rocket hit the electricity infrastructure in Israel that supplies electricity to a part of Gaza. It’s not clear when Israel Electric […]

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Eric Florack on July 11th, 2014

A bit of advise to Democrats… If you think your abortion pill should be none of your employers business, don’t demand the employer pay for it. That seems a simple enough concept, even YOU can figure it out. You’re welcome.

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Eric Florack on July 11th, 2014

OK, so by now, everyone has seen Obama’s comment about how he wasn’t interested in photo ops along the Texas border with Mexico. And, of course, everyone knows that’s a crock. I note McPhillips on Facebook saying so. I also note Limbaugh saying…. nothing but photo-ops.  Says he’s not interested in photo-ops?  That’s all he […]

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davidl on July 11th, 2014

Allegations of Barack Obama’s plantation mentality are not new, at least not here.  However they may be new to the main stream media, from  Politico: A former employee of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Wednesday compared the workplace atmosphere to a “plantation,” because of how black employees such as himself were treated. In […]

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davidl on July 8th, 2014

MSNBC has discovered (just?) that with this president it is always Three AM and the President is never prepared, video: Hat tip: Noah Rothman, Hot Air.

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davidl on July 7th, 2014

From the front lines of Chicagostan, “82 shootings in 84 hours:” As Sunday night crept (no doubt cautiously) to Monday morning, residents of the South Chicago neighborhood endured a firefight. They witnessed a tide of mayhem worthy of urban war zones worldwide. This is not how Chicago wants to build its reputation as a global […]

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davidl on July 7th, 2014

I suppose I can quit posting about Hobby Lobby, sometime after the left quits getting hysterical about it.   From a federal judge with his knickers in a twist, Hercules and the Umpires: In the Hobby Lobby cases, five male Justices of the Supreme Court, who are all members of the Catholic faith and who each […]

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davidl on July 6th, 2014

File you don’t have to be stupid to be a liberal, but it helps, a lot.   Politicio discusses “Why liberals are abandoning the Obamacare employer mandate:” But scrapping it isn’t a snap for Democrats. The employer coverage rules were part of the ACA’s core philosophy that individuals, employers and the government should all contribute to […]

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Eric Florack on July 4th, 2014

As this is written, I’m heading up I-81, from Harrisburg, PA to Syracuse, NY, and then home. I have a trainee, this week, and he’s doing the driving. It’s July 4th. But, frankly, there doesn’t seem much to celebrate as regards our hard won freedoms…. because there so many willing to give up those freedoms. […]

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Eric Florack on July 3rd, 2014

Let me preface this with a question: If a woman’s birth control of choice is to keep her clothes on, should the government be able to force her employer to buy her wardrobe? You see, there’s a logical inconsistency with the left’s arguments over the Hobby Lobby case. Now, granted, there usually *IS* logical problems […]

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davidl on July 2nd, 2014

Yes, this getting to be all Hobby Lobby all the time, but it is a target rich environment, from Emily Zanotti, American Spectator: If you’re still on social media after yesterday, you’re profoundly masochistic, in need of a stiff drink, or both. Take this moment to examine your Twitter timeline for evidence of the following […]

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