Category Archives: Government

Okay Mr. Smith, I’ll take the bait.

This just begs for shameless Rule 2 link-pimping, especially since two of the links are back Rule 2 Master Stacy McCain.  Blog-sidekick Smitty posts a link extolling Headline Juxtaposition, and I simply must take him up on that regarding a … Continue reading

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Second Amendment: Separate But Equal?

[Via Instapundit-via-USATODAY] In the wake of recent shootings, the University of Colorado’s Boulder and Colorado Springs Campii have segregated concealed-cary permit-holders from the rest of the student population. Those with a permit may still live in dorms on both campuses … Continue reading

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How’s That Hope And Change Working Out For You?

This, from a bunch of politically ambiguous Harvard folks: Most politicians’ promises come with expiration dates.  Some politicians more than others.

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Discussion: Culture and Prosperity

That’s the debate these days that dominates politics and world affairs.  Do people’s values  and those of the community around them influence success?  Romney waded into the muddle this week, comparing Israel’s relative stability and prosperity to it’s neighbors’ lesser … Continue reading

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Accountability, Meet the Internet

I’m surprised no one’s thought of this before.  Maybe they have, but just never established a brand.  Still: a BRILLIANT idea. [Hat-tip: Instapundit] After playing such a pivotal role in the November elections, Tea Party activists vowed they would keep … Continue reading

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Why Do These People Hate Blacks?

[Hat-tip: Dr. Jacobson at Legal Insurrection.] Black sheep that is.  There are stories behind many nursery rhymes, the most notable being “Ring Around The Rosy” and The Plague.  Hyper-sensitive people with more power than common sense seem to think “black” anything … Continue reading

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Tunisia: Not over yet

The same applies to Egypt, really.  Revolutions usually succeed because more than one single force drives them.  Those forces then compete to occupy the resulting Power vacuum.  Some people are beheading Christians in Tunis.  One of the major factions in … Continue reading

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