Tag Archives: Class Warfare

The Stupidest Thing I Ever Heard

My commentary isn’t really required. Neal Boortz at Townhall breaks down comments over the weekend from MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry. A couple days ago I posted about how the left and right use a common set of words but they … Continue reading

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Remember When…

Remember 6 weeks ago when Mitt Romney was a wimp? Apparently something has changed and he’s not as insecure as the progressives thought. It seems, in fact, that he’s downright dangerous and the left is changing its collective tune dramatically. … Continue reading

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Obama’s Infamous Episode Of Honesty

When you lie, you introduce an ultimate challenge: Avoid exposure by never contradicting one of your lies. That’s why honesty is so much easier: You don’t have to remember what you’ve said. When you’re speaking your truth, you don’t have … Continue reading

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Chipmunk Haiku

You didn’t build that. Someone else built that for you. God, I miss Reagan.

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Romney: Like A Boss

Over at National Review, Kevin Williamson has an epic piece up, “Like a Boss.” Americans do not hate rich people. Americans love rich people. Americans will sit on their couches and watch billionaire Donald Trump fire people on television — … Continue reading

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California: Don’t Believe Your Lying Eyes

I had to laugh as I read a breathlessly pro-union article at The Hill by San Fransisco State Professor John Logan because it made me want to eat my head. This is how he starts the article: Conservative activists in … Continue reading

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Vilify Success And Wealth: What Could Go Wrong?

The Progressives class warfare continues to send ripples across our economy. From CNBC: [The rich] are also worried about the U.S. economy, the fiscal cliff, government debt and the prospects for their own companies. “The drops in millionaire confidence are … Continue reading

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