Hey Leftists: Racists Threats and Stalking Homes and Families Are NOT Thoughtful Policy Debate

Leftism is a bereft ideology.  It is a certain set of ideas and government policies – all of which are horrendous when put into actual practice.  It pretends human nature – isn’t human nature.  And tries to reshape it – and the humans it imbues – with the fires and on the anvils of government. Much of the world spent most of the Twentieth Century | Read More »
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Mexico: Bad Trade Deals Are Even Worse – When Nations Violate Them

The “anti-free trade” label is these days blithely thrown around a lot.  Mostly at President Donald Trump – and people who agree with him and his desire to revamp how we’ve long done trade. Mostly by people who blithely accept getting royally ripped off in the one-sided “free” trade deals we’ve long been cutting. We objectors actually very much like actual free trade.  Where each | Read More »
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The Left: A History of Violence and Racism – Net Neutrality ‘Comments’ Edition

Godfather of Communism Karl Marx counseled: “Accuse others of what you do.”  More than a century’s worth of Marx-Communist disciples – have rigorously adhered to this tenet. Communism has…a bit of a history-of-violence problem.  It spent the 20th Century – murdering roughly 100 million people. The American Left really hasn’t held up its end of the bargain on the body count – but that doesn’t | Read More »
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Lost in the Shuffle: Two Key Nuggets Missed in Yesterday’s Hubbub

News comes at you fast these days – so fast, in fact, that stories which might have been considered bombshells in years gone by often shoot right past with barely a blip, lost in the shuffle of hyperbolic headlines and overblown outrage.  Such was the case with two little tidbits from yesterday’s news cycle. First, as Newsbusters astutely pointed out, the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart | Read More »
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