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How the GOP is run will be determined not by the people who leave it, but by the people that stick around to fight for it.
After two weeks, the FCC has finally released it 400 page plan to regulate the internet. Naturally, the next step would be for government to begin subsidizing internet service to potential Democrat voters.
Al Sharpton owes roughly $4 million in taxes. But I guess the IRS is just too busy harassing conservatives to care about some uppity liberal whos a few million dollars behind on his taxes.
Wow You start talking about the Constitution, and leftists really begin to freak out. It seems that Tom Cotton did nothing more than give the Iranians an unauthorized American civics lesson, and now hes being labeled a traitor by Obama & Co liberals.
The President trotted out his tired line of having learned of the scandal through news reports. Im beginning to think the guy wasnt even aware he was elected President until he saw himself taking the oath of office on the nightly news.
Bill "I Heart Hillary" de Blasio defended Mrs. Clinton to reporters in an unrelated appearance in New York City. "To me it's quite clear that measures were taken to comply with the letter and the spirit of the law." Also: Some animals are more equal than others.
The PeaceVoice Director and teacher of Conflict Resolution at Portland State University (I assume he also has a minor in underwater basket weaving) crafted a thinly veiled temper-tantrum against the Second Amendment in the Wisconsin Gazette.
As of March 4th, 1789, the Constitution of the United States was officially the law of the land. (Strangely, it didnt say anything about universal healthcare or net neutrality.)
Flipping through some of my hate mail (I lead a tremendously exciting life, as you can see) it dawned on me that it's quite possible conservatives are a little too hard on our liberal friends. Also: I'm trolling for more hate mail.
How predictable: The Federal Communications Commission voted on strict party lines to adopt Obama's 332 page Net Neutrality proposal.
Welcome to the new America: Where bigger no gun signs are considered an adequate anti-terror policy.
Well, its official: Democrats try to ruin everything that is fun. A group of California Nannycrats are pushing to make smokeless tobacco illegal for major league baseball players.
Governments involvement in healthcare has been such a rousing success, Obama is now thinking about getting more involved in the retirement of middle class America. Yeah, the same folks who believe an 85 year old needs maternity care will soon be deciding what you need for your retirement.
I guess its about time I said something nice about a Democrat. So, here it goes: In 1962, John Glenn was finally hurled into space by a small army of government scientists hell-bent on making sure those commies in Russia didnt dominate the Space Race.
According to a couple of scientists from Columbia University, air travel might be relegated to the trash bin of history in the future because of the supposed global warming that is occurring today.
Lets just run an online poll for future public elections. Maybe we can set up a phone bank, like American Idol, for people without access to the internet. Heck, lets just do a show of hands: Hillary or Jeb for 2016?
Before anyone even realized what was happening, Castro had nationalized most of the islands industry, abolished private property, and directed the government to regulate wage controls. (No, Elizabeth Warren This is not a 2016 platform.)
The folks over at the New York Times are keeping up their tradition of shilling for big government spending. In a recent column, the Times suggests that a recent uptick in government spending is creating prosperity, and boosting the economy.
Lets give a rebuttal Shall we?
Yeah, lets regulate political speech on the internet. Because I know most of us are terrified that the feds don't do enough to regulate peoples ability to speak freely nowadays, right?