Marco Rubio: Perhaps the Least Helpful Republican

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Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio was once the next, newest Conservative Golden Boy…for about three seconds. In the midst of the 2010 Tea Party-fueled revolution election, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell was desperately trying to fend off conservative insurgent candidates. Who were looking to represent the GOP base – who have the audacity to expect […]

Nothing Says ‘Small Business’ – Like Big Government Handing Big Business Big Crony Policy

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Ronald Wilson Reagan was our heroic, adored, uber-accomplished Fortieth President of these United States. Reagan understood implicitly things most allegedly intelligent people – charged with solving public policy problems – spend lifetimes getting woefully incorrect. Reagan then brilliantly distilled them into exquisite sentences that cut through the manure – and made their inherent wisdom mass-understandable. […]

The Lies the Left Tells Us – and Themselves

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“They were never going to let me be president.” This was 2016 Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s delusional reaction to the less her awful, dishonest, and-yet-entitled campaign falling short of the mark. Clinton was absolutely sure she would win. In no small part because the media – Clinton’s combo steno pool and cheerleading team – promised […]

Amazon: Government Has an Ongoing Problem Issuing Monopoly, Crony Contracts

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We’ve oft noted the government’s inability to do well…just about anything. It’s why our Founding Fathers drafted our Constitution to severely proscribe what the federal government is supposed to do. And why they highly recommended all other levels of government follow their limited prescription. We less government types see our $4-trillion-per-year federal government – and […]

‘The Forgotten Man’ in DC’s Fake ‘Free Trade’: Millions of Unemployed Americans

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Those of us who didn’t succumb to government schools – know of the horrendous days of Democrat President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his hyperactive, spastic, shotgun-style approach to government. Completely clueless on how to address the Great Depression, Roosevelt’s administration chose to spasmodically fire government money in nigh every direction. Hoping to spray enough bureaucratic […]