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From Silicon Valley with Love… and Hope for Free Markets

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I’ve just returned home to Atlanta from spending a week in Silicon Valley at a program called Founder Institute. Basically FI is a bootcamp for founders of mostly tech startups. We were a pretty diverse group of companies. One wants to put servers in space, one wants to help golfers establish handicaps and another seeks… Read more »

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Nutty Perfessor Obama’s pathetic history lesson on high horsery

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ISIS immolates a pilot, Obama retaliated by attacking Christianity. You see, somehow it’s OUR fault that Islamic extremists commit these heinous acts. “There is a tendency in us, a sinful tendency, that can pervert and distort our faith.” We are guilty of the crime of high-horsery. “Lest we get on our high horse and think… Read more »

Burning people alive is acceptable to Islam, says Islamic cleric.  After all, Muhammad did it.

Burning people alive is acceptable to Islam, says Islamic cleric. After all, Muhammad did it.

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Anjem Choudary, A London-based Islamic cleric who lectures on Sharia law, says that it was acceptable to Islam to burn the Jordanian pilot alive. “If you want to look at this from an Islamic perspective, what they are arguing is that it is qisas, in other words, reciprocation. “The fact is that the pilots —… Read more »

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Obama, The Ultimate Senior Banker’s President

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For sixty four years, the world enjoyed some degree of stability, perhaps greater than at any previous period in history, with the United States performing the expensive, but indispensable role of “stabilizer.”  There had been regional wars, and provincial atrocities often localized to sectarian disputes, but most of the world went about its business, criss-crossing… Read more »

The legacy media scrambles to protect Reverend Obama

The legacy media scrambles to protect Reverend Obama

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If you didn’t watch Fox News, you might not even know that Obama dissed Christianity. You might not know that Obama hitched up his holier than thou pants and launched into a sermon chock full of the moral equivalence between the Islam of today versus the Christianity of centuries past. You wouldn’t know. You wouldn’t… Read more »

The face of NBC News, Brian Williams, is both a pervert AND a liar

The face of NBC News, Brian Williams, is both a pervert AND a liar

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We’ve visited with Brian Williams a few times here already. We’ve had to show him what an honest newsman looks like since he totally ignored Grubergate. What have they (NBC News) found more newsworthy since the first Gruber video came to light Nov. 7? Topics include cold weather, Ferguson unrest, Tom Brokaw getting the Presidential… Read more »

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Hypocrites…Democrats ‘Overjoyed’ With Boehner’s Invitation To The Pope To Address Congress

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Obama and pals have been quite upset over the invitation by House Leader John Boehner to the Israeli Prime Minister to address a joint session of Congress. They have insisted it wasn’t because of the bad blood between this Administration and Israel but because ‘proper protocol’ wasn’t followed. Boehner should of told the White House… Read more »

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Of Higher Education and Cushy Lives (Guest Post)

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Ann Coulter, one of my favorite all-time conservatives (and easy on the eyes as well), wrote a very interesting article on January 28th. As usual, its excellent. She discusses the high cost of higher education and why university presidents should be hauled before Congress to explain/justify “their cushy lives”, and how the GOP could benefit…. Read more »

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Am I the Only One Who Thought Romney Running in 2016 Would Be a Good Thing? (Guest Post)

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Aaaand this one is over. Mitt Romney announced Friday he will not run for president in 2016, after briefly flirting with a third White House run — a decision that only slightly narrows the crowded field of potential Republican candidates. And Stephen Kruiser summed up what most people outside of the radical left feel about… Read more »