Super Bowl Lessons for the Right, Part II: Don’t Look to the Candidate, Look to Yourself


In both politics and football, the collective team effort typically matters more than individual performances.

The Fallacy of “Fairness”


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Like it or not, success will never be equally distributed.

Obama’s Budget Blame Game


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The president blames his predecessor for his own fiscal profligacy.

NPR: Mass. Revolt and Obama’s Agenda


The January 20 broadcast of NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook has a very obvious double meaning: Massachusetts Revolt and Mass Revolt.  NPR is soooooo clever.  Good to know that my tax dollars are not being wasted.
So, does NPR consider the election of ostensibly conservative Republican Scott Brown to the Senate seat owned (as in “bought and [...]

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To Hitchens, With Love: The Fault of Dogmatic Inconsistency. Yes, Yours.


Dear Christopher,
It’s been a while since our last encounter when I told you I needed some time to think about where this relationship is going (you know how much I like Guinness, yet, you continue to ply me with Johnnie Walker Black, amongst other compromising things).  I wanted to keep our personal issues as such–personal. [...]

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Public Servants Gone Wild


Nancy Morgan’s latest article from RightBias.com

The employees I originally hired to handle certain aspects of my life are out of control. Drunk with the power I have given them, they have decided that they know better than I how to arrange my life. And there’s not much I can do.

While I was [...]

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Janet Daley: There’ll be nowhere to run from the new world government – Telegraph


There is scope for debate – and innumerable newspaper quizzes – about who was the most influential public figure of the year, or which the most significant event. But there can be little doubt which word won the prize for most important adjective. 2009 was the year in which “global” swept the rest of the […]

Obama’s Faithful Claim “The Great Communicator” Is Faltering Because He Just Doesn’t Believe His Own Lies


The title Ronald Reagan held as “The Great Communicator” was an honor he earned. Reagan was firm in his political beliefs and conveyed them with style, conviction and simplicity. He could speak above the daily political ramblings and address the heart of the country. Whether you loved him or hated him, you knew where he [...]

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A Spoonful of Saccharine: Geopolitical Realities No Barrier to Maddow Blaming Bush for All Problems


By now, you’ve all seen President Obama’s speech, wherein he agreed to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan (though most definitely not a surge of the kind used in Iraq and suggested by many for quite some time now, we are assured). Now, Rachel Maddow often tries to walk a peculiar line in which she [...]