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Unconfirmed reports of Michael Bloomberg weeping with joy have been trickling in since the CDC decided to out-nanny the former NYC Mayor, and ban smoking at every private business in America.
An independent press is the greatest threat to government overreach, and the greatest ally to the preservation of liberty Too bad we dont have one.
Well, Colorado has proven that the Bloomberg inspired gun control legislation wasnt the end of Nannyism in "New New York".
Its not that the State of the Union is completely inconsequential. But our class-warrior-President on the other hand Well, lets just say that he would be a pretty minor character in House of Cards at this point.
In a raging display that resembles the clinical definition of denial, the American left claims that Republicans have abandoned their civil-rights-minded past.
Democrats lied and fibbed to pass their reform. Now they are being forced to exaggerate and deceive in order to implement it How exactly do you think this will end? Do you think everything will suddenly start panning out?
I dont really know how to tackle this. I mean, the transcript kinda reads like the poorly translated instructions that come with furniture made in China. But he did compare the Federal government to a kindergarten teacher.
But, this is Government Motors Living up to their nickname, revenue streams apparently dont actually mater. Market forces, after all, too often get in the way of feeding the environmentalist message.
Im giving serious consideration to suing progressives for falsely labeling their movement. There is nothing forward thinking, or progressive about continuing a century of failed ideas.
Seriously It must be pretty nice being a liberal. Its not very often in life that being wrong can form the basis of a successful career.
Dont you just love classic Disney movies? Animated cinematic adventures that espoused the importance of good values, growing up, and the importance of racism Well, thats what some lefty professor is arguing at Syracuse University.
Oh, I get it: Its tabletop socialism. Or meal-time Marxism. Or produce progressivism. Or culinary communism. Or...
Nannycrats are concerned that electronic alternatives to carcinogen-flavored cigarettes will drive people to smoke the real thing Because everyone likes standing in 20 degree weather for their painfully addictive habits.
Then again Cuba might be a nice place to play golf for our Commander in Chief. I guess everything has a trade-off.
Waging class warfare can get pretty tiresome for some Democrats Which kinda explains why they have decided to make companies wage it on themselves.
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.
It was as if the editorial board over at the Washington Post suddenly stopped what they were doing, looked up from their work, and dropped their jaws as a (rare) coherent thought suddenly manifested inside their collective brains.
I have been told by very dependable sources, that Obamas teleprompter will randomly jumble together highlights from past speeches for this years State of the Union. And, assuming the word corpsmen is spelled out phonetically, everything should run smoothly.
A workers paradise! Oh sure, there is no private property, earned prosperity, or basic human rights; but who really needs all that when you have a group of Bolsheviks (living in pretty fancy homes near the Kremlin) telling you how to live your life?
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.