Category: Featured Conservative

May 17, 2012

Those Ashamed Of America Shouldn’t Make A Penny Off The Name

Though at one time barely considered worthy of the appellation of literature, scholars of popular culture have today established the thesis that comic books and other forms of media expression derived from these illustrated periodicals serve as a snapshot of …

May 16, 2012

Harvard Law, the Commerce Clause, and the Obamacare Mandate

Harvard Law School Professor Einer Elhauge published an article in The New Republic titled, “If Health Insurance Mandates Are Unconstitutional, Why Did the Founding Fathers Back Them?” The foundation of his argument is the belief that the Militia Act of …

May 15, 2012

Reflections on the French Election

The election of Socialist Party candidate Francois Hollande to the presidency of France epitomizes the sorry state of contemporary democracy. By that, I don’t mean to imply that the French people should have voted for the incumbent, Nicolas Sarkozy. Neither …

May 14, 2012

America Lost in a Bubble

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 14 May 2012

All bubbles burst. This is a law of nature. No matter from what material the bubble arises. No matter what forces propel its expansion. All bubbles burst.

Actually the science of bursting bubbles has recently popped …

May 13, 2012

Why the Health Nazis are on the March

They say “Jolly is the fat man,” but perhaps not when he’s being chased (and, I’m sure, caught) like a Frankenstein monster by the Body Cult crazies. And that is the case today, as it has become fashionable to …

May 12, 2012

Tea Party Strikes Again, Gay Marriage Goes Down

I’m not going to weep over or eulogize Senator Richard Lugar(R-IN) he needed to be given the old heave ho years ago. This is why the tea party is so needed within the GOP. It energizes the grass roots and …

May 11, 2012

Yo-Yo Economics?

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative - 11 May 2012

President Obama recently referred to free-market economics as “you’re-on-your-own economics.” It’s a catchy phrase—rhythmic, alliterative, clever. Too bad it’s bunk.

May 8, 2012

When Will Enough Be Enough

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Taxes & Taxation - 08 May 2012

When taxes become destructive they’ve surpassed the consent of the governed bending to the will of tyranny. When regulations strangle competition instead of securing it from evil combinations they’ve become counterproductive and defeat the very purpose for which they …

May 7, 2012

Taxing the Sunlight

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Taxes & Taxation - 07 May 2012

An ever growing government must by necessity grow in expanding its revenue (called taxing to the uninformed) and therefore can be very creative in methods for taxing and names for said taxes. Since the phrase “cut spending” is not found …

May 6, 2012

Dan Savage: ‘Tolerant’ Bully

They used to arrest middle-aged perverts who get their jollies from talking dirty to children. Today, they get a television show, a nationally syndicated column, a lecture circuit and multiple visits to the Obama White House.

May 5, 2012

Another ‘Green Energy’ Failure?

The residents at Boxwood, Stanton, Brandywine Springs and other surrounding communities may have lost the opportunity to get back to work at a nearby automobile assembly line.

Many of these residents were among the work force at the General Motors Boxwood …

May 3, 2012

Allen West is Right

Congressman Allen West(R-FL) created something of a firestorm when he said that there were about 80 communists in Congress. This brought howls of denunciation from the media and the sad, boring, and predictable charges of McCarthyism. (when isn’t it McCarthyism?) …

May 2, 2012

Outrageous Spending

Nevada’s Clark County is like so many other state and local governments. They’ve been irresponsible with the taxpayers’ money. Now, they’re facing a spending crisis.

The school district may have to cut more than 1,400 positions for next year …

May 1, 2012

Is this house big enough to hold my ego?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 01 May 2012

Michael R. Shannon

Even a property–rights conservative must admit it’s always an ominous sign when a prospective neighbor decides to give his soon–to–be–constructed house a name. There’s nothing that screams “Arriviste!” like a billboard in the front yard trumpeting the …

April 30, 2012

Are You Better Off Now?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 30 Apr 2012

Are things better now after three years of Obama? This is the question of the hour that must be asked repeatedly until it becomes the mantra of all who love America. If you owned a business and hired someone to …

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