Let’s Aim Sanctions Somewhere Other Than at Our Feet

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There is a great deal of current DC fervor to sanction the daylight out of Saudi Arabia.  In response to the kingdom’s alleged assassination of alleged reporter Jamal Khashoggi. I say “alleged reporter” – because Khashoggi ran for decades with some really bad Muslims. Media Forgets to Mention Jamal Khashoggi was in the Muslim Brotherhood […]

Anti-2nd Amendment, Anti-Energy Bloomberg’s Latest Big Money Assault on Freedom

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Billionaire Michael Bloomberg long ago joined a coterie of Leftists billionaires – who have become snide caricatures of themselves. Most especially the Leftist billionaires who claim “environmentalist” bona fides.  They want the government to ban actions and activities they claim harm the planet – all the while they are engaging in those actions and activities […]

Fake Energy Leftist Billionaire Tom Steyer Gets His Man in Florida Governor Race

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Tuesday’s Florida primary delivered a surprise Socialist winner in their Democrat gubernatorial primary. History Is Made! Andrew Gillum Wins Democratic Primary For Florida Governor The history to which this excited-yet-somehow-unbiased headline refers – is Gillum’s melanin count.  Gillum is black – and were he to win the general he would be Florida’s first black governor […]

California Cancer: Best to Excise or Contain Bad Government

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The state of California is a sunny, balmy – deathtrap nightmare mess. Decades of Leftist government have eviscerated the state. California’s Whale Of A Tale In Bad Government California’s $400 Billion Debt Worries Analysts 55 Reasons Why California Is The Worst State In America California Wins ‘Worst State for Business’ for 11th Year Calexit Activist […]

Solar Fannie Mae: Worse Than Subsidizing Fake Energy? Mandating We Buy It

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Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis popularized the phrase “laboratories of democracy”: “(T)o describe how a ‘state may, if its citizens choose, serve as a laboratory; and try novel social and economic experiments without risk to the rest of the country.’” Cities and towns also experiment with policy novelties – serving as even smaller laboratories. For […]