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Die, fat guy! Brits’ policy is future of Obamacare

In January, 2009, Rush Limbaugh was contacted by what he described as a major print publication regarding his wishes for new president Barack Obama. “Dear Rush: For the Obama Inauguration we are asking a handful of very prominent politicians, statesmen, scholars, businessmen, commentators, and economists to write 400 words on their hope for the Obama presidency. We would love to include you. If you could send us 400 words on your hope for the Obama presidency. …”

To that Rush famously responded: “OK, I’ll send you a response, but I don’t need 400 words, I need four: I hope he fails.”

Naturally, the press, political and pundit class went nuts. Yet we knew exactly what he meant, and we agreed. But Obama hasn’t failed – just the opposite. By all accounting, his presidency has been a smashing success. read more

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2 sets of justice in medieval America

Unlike Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is apparently fighting for the little guy. She wants the top of the income pyramid to finally pay their fair share. For too long the little guy has been getting the shaft, while the rich and privileged get away with not paying up, not being held accountable – and Hillary will rectify this.

It’s almost as if there are two systems in place in America – one for the rich and powerful and one for Hillary’s little guys – just like it was in medieval Europe: justice for the lords and a different kind of justice for the serfs.

This is the state of America’s justice system today. More than any, officials in government are supposed to be beyond reproach. Due to the trust bestowed them by the citizens, they are held to a higher standard. But some abuse this trust. Some government officials use their position to enrich themselves. Ironically, Hillary Clinton (and husband Bill), the defender of the little guy, is the biggest abuser of them all. read more

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MILWAUKEE: SAME OL’ RACE-RIOT SCENARIO

Another inner city neighborhood is going up in flames. This time it is Milwaukee’s turn to experience the Black Lives Matter type protests, which consistently turn into riots, violence against police and destruction of property.

It’s like a broken record. It starts, nine times out of 10, with police simply attempting to uphold the law – just doing their job. This time appears to be no different.

Evidently, police conducted a traffic stop of a black man. Rule No. 1: Don’t attempt to flee. Rule No. 2: If you attempt to flee, police will rightly assume you are guilty of something, if they don’t already know. The fleeing man, who died of “lead poisoning,” broke both rules and was also said to have a handgun. read more

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The left stigmatizes our 1st gold medal winner

You don’t get much more left than NBC/Comcast. This is virtually the only cable company in America that has refused to add The Blaze TV to its cable lineup. Sure, it was one of the first to add al-Jazeera America, or some might know it as Jihadi-TV. They’ll jump at that chance – but Glenn Beck? Never.

So it’s no surprise that the media conglomerate continually bids to air the Olympics. The coverage of the Olympics used to be about the competition – highly trained athletes at the top of their respective sports going at it until only one (or one team) comes away with gold. read more

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Leftist Matt Damon still just a white guy

It’s not charitable to revel in another’s misery or take pleasure from a man’s misfortune or even bad press, but I make an exception when that someone is ultra-leftist hypocrite Matt Damon.

Damon spends his time on screen as tough guy Jason Bourne, whom I admittedly love. Quite the conundrum, I realize, but the Bourne movies are great.

Damon as Bourne travels the world using firearms to kill everything in sight, and those he doesn’t shoot he beats to a pulp. Ironic isn’t it, considering actor Matt Damon doesn’t think anyone should own a gun and that private gun owners are a menace and a bad influence. As a leftist, he fails to see the irony of his gun-wielding characters having a much bigger influence on people than you and I could ever hope to have. read more

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America has a vanity affliction

Some aspects of American society or culture are truly shameful. Take vanity, for instance. Oh sure, there’s vanity everywhere on the planet, but it seems more prevalent in the West, and nowhere has been more stricken with the disease than America. Whole swaths of American culture are obsessed with outward appearance.

To many, nothing else is more important than merely looking good. In my opinion, it’s a sickness, and every month we see another demonstration of the sickness worsening. I was going to say every year, but caught myself – for the illness has gone into hyper-drive, as least as of late.The vanity affliction – I’ll call it Kardashian Syndrome – affects both male and female, although females are more susceptible.

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‘Kids with guns’ — 2 incidents end differently

Two brothers were playing together in a park outside Cleveland when the police rolled up. It seems someone living nearby thought the two were acting a bit odd and called 911.

It was like déjà-vu all over again. The two brothers, ages 12 and 15, were playing near a park pavilion – they were black and had weapons. Does this sound familiar at all?

Does it not sound like virtually the same scene set up in the Tamir Rice shooting? In 2014 (hard to believe it’s been two years), the scene was virtually identical: a park in Cleveland, young black kid, playing near a pavilion, toy pistol. The only thing different was the outcome. read more

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The Pine Tree Riot kicked off the Revolution

Living in New England, one can be exposed to an abundance of colonial-era history – tales of settlers and revolution.

Practically everyone knows of the “Boston Tea Party,” which occurred Dec. 16, 1773. It is recognized as the action that put the colonies on the path to independence.

But there was an event that predates it, that some say may have actually sparked America’s revolt and eventual succession – although few have heard the tale.

When the first shipment of masts was sent from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to England, in 1634, Great Britain had already suffered deforestation. To dominate the high seas, new sources of abundant timber for shipbuilding were needed. No ships, after all, could set sail without as many as 23 masts, yards and spars varying in length and diameter from the huge mainmast to the less substantial. read more

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Obama’s gay national monument

Congratulations, America – we now have our first homosexual national monument. While America and the world are all caught up in the drama that is Brexit, Obama has declared a gay bar in Greenwich Village, NYC, a national monument under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service.

Yep – tearing down our society one brick at a time.

The Stonewall Inn was a homosexual hangout in the ’60s. In 1969 police raided the joint, and riots ensued. From then on it has become known as the birthplace of the homosexual movement – as there was no LGBTQ back then. They were just cross-dressers and didn’t spend their time “questioning.” read more

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Leftists again planning violence for election season?

It’s general election time. We have our two candidates – at least we think so – and they are the two worst candidates since Nixon vs. McGovern or Hoover vs. Roosevelt.

But this election season may be like something many have not seen. This election cycle may be fraught with strife and even violence.

We’ve already witnessed protests and violence against Trump supporters, and this may just be a harbinger of worse to come. Sure, it’s only been a few “independent” rabble-rousers so far, but don’t think for a second that that will be it. After all, the ’60s radicals are all grown up now and running things behind the scene, yet they maintain that radical vision. They still want to burn it all down. read more