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Hypotheticals and Democratic race-baiting

Let’s take the incendiary subject of race out of the Bill Bennett controversy for a moment, and examine the issue in the abstract. Let’s imagine he was having a conversation on the radio about health care, and said something like, “Imagine we implemented a nationalized, single-payer health care system, like Canada or France. That might …

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posted by: The Editors @ 4:44 pm September 30, 2005


Bill Bennett tells truth, Liberals call for censorship

From the Washington Post: Democratic lawmakers and civil rights leaders denounced conservative commentator William J. Bennett yesterday for suggesting on his syndicated radio show that aborting black children would reduce the U.S. crime rate. The former U.S. education secretary-turned-talk show host said Wednesday that “if you wanted to reduce crime, you could — if that …

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posted by: The Editors @ 9:37 am September 30, 2005


Democrats Continue to Spread Bull…

…Connor slander. We mentioned Congressman Charles Rangel’s hate-mongering slander of President Bush, comparing the president of the United States to segregationist “Bull” Connor a few days ago. Michelle Malkin notes the refusal of Rangel’s fellow Democrats to condemn his hate speech, and that some of his colleagues even upped the ante, claiming the president is …

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posted by: The Editors @ 12:28 pm September 27, 2005


The MSM lied, people didn’t die…

…or at least not nearly as many as they initially predicted in the hysterical news coverage immediately following hurricane Katrina and the flooding of New Orleans. The Los Angeles Times, to their credit, has a good critique of the post-Katrina news coverage, Katrina Takes a Toll on Truth, News Accuracy. We’ve been pointing out the …

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posted by: The Editors @ 11:27 am September 27, 2005


Not So Wise Man

From Yahoo News: Dalai Lama Tells U.S. Crowd War Outdated PISCATAWAY, N.J. – The Dalai Lama told 36,000 people at Rutgers Stadium that the concept of war was outdated and young people have a responsibility to make this century one of peace. That’s it? That’s all he’s got? The Dalai Lama is supposed to be …

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posted by: The Editors @ 3:47 pm September 26, 2005


DoD is for fighting wars, FEMA is for emergency management…

It looks like we’re in for another round of knee-jerk overreaction in Washington. We were against the formation of the Dept. of Homeland Security after 9/11, reasoning that the addition of yet another layer of bureacracy wouldn’t be helpful. From the Washington Post, Bush Urges Shift in Relief Responsibilities: …Bush is asking Congress to consider …

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posted by: The Editors @ 11:27 am September 26, 2005


Crowd cheers call for genocide at “anti-war” rally

We caught a few minutes of the pathetic “anti-war” rally in Washington D.C. on C-SPAN last evening. Amidst the usual calls for and end to U.S. imperialism in the Phillipines and an increase in AIDS funding one would expect at a rally against the liberation of Iraq, one speaker in particular caught our attention. Musa …

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posted by: The Editors @ 8:20 am September 25, 2005


More on Davis-Bacon

David Bernstein at The Volokh Conspiracy has comments on the Democrats’ continued support of the Davis-Bacon Act here. We addressed the issue previously here.


posted by: The Editors @ 9:58 am September 23, 2005


Charles Rangel Racial Hate Speech Earns Applause

Via Sister Toldjah: WASHINGTON – Comparing President Bush to the Birmingham, Ala., police commissioner whose resistance to the civil rights movement became synonymous with Southern racism, Rep. Charles Rangel said yesterday of the president: “George Bush is our Bull Connor.” Mr. Rangel’s metaphoric linkage of Mr. Bush to the late Theophilus “Bull” Connor – who …

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posted by: The Editors @ 9:40 am September 23, 2005


Here Come the Reds Again

The Reds are coming back to Washington D.C. this weekend to relive the glory days of their failed anti-war protests from 2003, joining up with fellow traveler Cindy Sheehan for a big protest Saturday against the war on terror. Make no mistake, these folks are not only against the war in Iraq. Sheehan herself has …

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posted by: The Editors @ 8:29 am September 22, 2005


Hurricane question for liberals

Question: We know Bushitler-Rove sent hurricane Katrina into New Orleans because they don’t like black people. But why are they attacking their home state of Texas now, sending hurricane Rita in there? What’s the angle? Anyone?


posted by: The Editors @ 7:31 pm September 21, 2005


PorkBusters

In response to Tom DeLay’s comments from last week indicating the federal budget is cut to the bone, bloggers from around the country are working to give him the information he needs. You’ll recall, DeLay said: “My answer to those that want to offset the spending is sure, bring me the offsets, I’ll be glad …

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posted by: The Editors @ 9:53 am September 19, 2005


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