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Well THAT Was a Slow News Week. (Guest Post)

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Prior to the string of massive rulings by the Supreme Court that started on Thursday, the news cycle was mostly dominated by some controversy regarding a symbol from a war that was fought 150 years ago. It’s a good thing it was such a slow news week, but in case you missed these trivial, non-newsworthy… Read more »

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John Roberts rules in favor of Obama third term

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Obama takes his new dog “Roberts” out for a walk Barack Obama has decided to run for a third term (at least) as President of the United States. President Obama is beginning the process to amend the Constitution to allow him to run for a third term. WWN learned that the White House and President… Read more »

Robertscare still faces some serious challenges

Robertscare still faces some serious challenges

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  What once was known as Obamacare is now indisputably Robertscare. John Roberts has twice saved the ACA by rewriting the law. The first time Roberts suggested to Donald Verrilli that Verrilli argue that instead of arguing for a personal mandate that Verrilli instead label the personal mandate a tax- despite Obama swearing repeatedly that… Read more »

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So You Say You’re Against Symbols that Represent Treason? (Guest Post)

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The Confederate Flag Two Minutes Hate has reached a new level of stupidity – Apple is removing all games that depict a Confederate flag. I haven’t weighed in on the subject of the Confederate Flag issue since almost every conceivable angle on it has pretty much been written. I’m pretty much in the “It belongs in… Read more »

The Roberts Court renders all laws meaningless as written

The Roberts Court renders all laws meaningless as written

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  John Roberts is a liar. Acting as Obama’s champion for the second time, The Supreme Court has upheld Obamacare. From the ruling: The argument that the phrase “established by the State” would be superfluous if Congress meant to extend tax credits to both State and Federal Exchanges is unpersuasive. This Court’s “preference for avoiding… Read more »

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Economics for Politicians (and Popes!) – If You Hate the Poor, Carbon Taxes Are a Great Way to Hurt them! (Guest Post)

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Welcome back class, for this special summer school session! It’s been about three years since we concluded our Economics for Politicians series. For those of you who are new here, this series was written to address a need. It’s apparent that many of you in power in our nation’s capitol and various state houses have… Read more »

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Maybe the race problem in America is… the focus on race

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The events last week in a South Carolina were tragic and heartbreaking. Those are the only words I can come up with that embody the senseless loss of life and the pain the family and community feels. Unfortunately however that tragedy has spurred some misdirected anger… specifically as it relates to what everyone is (wrongly)… Read more »

How long before the American flag has to come down?

How long before the American flag has to come down?

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  The pipe of the racism piper is playing and the lemmings hear the call. One after another politicians run to the front of the political correctness cliff and jump off blathering about how the Confederate flag has to come down and even how the next symbol of oppression must also find the dustbin of history:… Read more »

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Blind In Texas (Guest Post)

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The McKinney pool party incident is one issue that’s generated some strong opinions. We’ve heard that the problems started when a resident verbally abused and attacked the gathering’s organizer, or maybe the cause was the horde of teenagers that were overrunning a private pool where the hostess violated the Homeowners’ Association’s guest rules. We’ve heard… Read more »