Monthly Archives: November 2008

Ted’s Shorts

Today's theme is… genius. Thomas Sowell says that liberals have found a new right – the right to win. What he means is that they unilaterally decide their cause, their issue, their candidate is superior, and so even if they … Continue reading

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Timothy & Chuck

Retiring liberal-conservative Senator, Chuck Hagel, has determined what is wrong with America and it it us – you and me – but not Timothy. Speaking to some group somewhere, sometime in the recent past, Hagel singled out Rush Limbaugh as … Continue reading

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A New Constitution

Tom Purcell has compiled a number of quotes which I think form an excellent starting point for either rewriting or amending the constitution… "A government that is big enough to give you all you want is big enough to take everything you have." … Continue reading

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Just How Stupid Are Liberals?

This doesn't tell the half of it… 57% of Obama voters were unable to correctly answer that Democrats controlled both the House and the Senate. More… Now, here's a related matter from James Taranto: The News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C., has … Continue reading

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The Greatest Joke Ever Told

Remember the Monty Python sketch about the British government looking for the killer joke to thwart the Germans? Well, here's the next best thing. It won't kill anyone, but it is hilarious. And what makes it the funniest joke ever … Continue reading

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FRAUD!!

If you haven't heard, "global warming" has been abruptly canceled. Details follow. But first I want to talk about Dox. Sometime back we really got into it about "global warming." He's totally bought it, and he even started a group … Continue reading

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Looking Outward

I came upon three good entries today that, taken together, sum up where we are right now. The one by Dox is more speculative, but I think it's got a lot of validity, even if I don't share his perspective … Continue reading

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