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New York City: The Big Apple or the Red Apple?

New York City’s Mayor de Blasio has been sworn in, and his remarks at the ceremony proved that he is unabashed in his affection for progressivism.

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Hollyweirdos Mourn the Death of a Dictator

Upon learning of ‘commandante’ Chávez’s demise, Penn was quoted as saying “Today the people of the United States lost a friend it never knew it had. And poor people around the world lost a champion.” Evidently, the Academy Award winner is unaware that the American people already have someone implementing “socialism for the 21st Century.”

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It’s Time to Tow the SS ObamAmerica into Port

Then, some 150 miles off Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, there was a fire in the engine room and that’s when everything went south.  With no power to the engines and severely compromised water and plumbing systems, the Triumph drifted for five days as the fun-filled cruise to “Funville” turned into a sewage-filled trip to “Sewerville.” With […]

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A ‘Bono’-fide Double Standard

Originally posted at BIG Government The arrest of 30 angry anti-capitalists from Art Uncut, the group who busted up a U2 concert at Glastonbury 2011 while toting a huge balloon insisting “U Pay Your Tax 2,” indicates that people are fed up with being dictated to by socialist-minded do-gooders who talk the talk but, in […]

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Clown Bandits and Dictators

Originally posted at American Thinker A full-time mother/part-time clown in Pennsylvania admitted she glued on a “red nose and a rainbow wig,” entered a bank in Easton, threatened that she had a bomb, and managed to make off with $7,000. The woman, who should be called the Bozo Bandit, apologized and used the excuse that […]

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Strauss-Kahn Shares the Love

A bigtime socialist who loves the working class a bit too much?

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Uncooperative Captives

Thousands of years ago Moses was commissioned by God to return to Egypt to free the Jews from servitude to a cruel and oppressive Pharaoh.  God’s people were living under a tyrannical system from the time of Joseph, slaves to a relentless Master who gave the children of Abraham little in return for toil and […]

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Traveling is a human right? – American Thinker Blog – April 20, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker Blog Just when New Zealand seemed like the place to move, with the centre-right government, “considering cutting income tax rates,” and all, and the European Union comes out with a proposal that makes it hard to chose where expatriates should go when fleeing the US. Americans used to think that […]

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“Hey Barry, Leggo of my Eggo”

I have to first say, I’m not a conspiracy theorist.  I was born and raised in the United States.  In all of my 55-years I cannot remember one occasion where I’ve gone to fill a prescription and  then been told  there was a shortage of any drug.  I  recently had that experience, while attempting to […]

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American Thinker: November 10, 2009 Malia Reeducates Dad

Malia Reeducates Dad

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