Posts Tagged ‘ government ’

A Grandpa’s Tears

August 6, 2014
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A Grandpa’s Tears

With the world aflame and our southern border under full blown invasion, you could be forgiven for not noticing that the Obama administration achieved one of its most significant milestones last week. Don’t feel bad though.  When ABC, CBS, NBC, the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times et al. all decide a story isn’t…

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Friday Follies: Vacation over, no the libs never left and yes, the feds are still screwing it up

August 1, 2014
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Friday Follies: Vacation over, no the libs never left and yes, the feds are still screwing it up

For two months I’ve left you alone. For two months I’ve allowed you to enjoy the lazy, hazy days of summer free of the weekly reminders of some of the worst of the worst coming from the corners of academia, our illustrious government overseers, and the general lunacy of the liberal left. For two months…

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The American Press, IRS emails and Obama scandals: Watergate to whitewash in one generation

June 18, 2014
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The American Press, IRS emails and Obama scandals:  Watergate to whitewash in one generation

1401 Wilson Boulevard, Rosslyn Virginia is an address obscure to all but the most ardent of political junkies. Yet it represents a piece of American history as important as any. For it was there,in stall 32D, that from October 1972 through November 1973 the #2 man in the Federal Bureau of Investigation would stand in…

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Friday Follies: Veteran’s edition

May 23, 2014
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Friday Follies:  Veteran’s edition

This week is the worst in the history of the Follies. Combine the subject matter, (Veteran’s dying from a bloated, uncaring, union first mentality that puts the interest of self-serving bureaucrats in front of the self-sacrificing military personnel they are supposed to caring for) with a Commander in Chief who is more concerned over his…

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Will Obama use his ‘phone and pen’ to stop VA from killing Vets?

May 7, 2014
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Will Obama use his ‘phone and pen’ to stop VA from killing Vets?

In December 1777, the Continental Army encamped at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. More than 2,000 soldiers died in camp — congressional inaction and political posturing did what no British musket ball ever could. Though the war ended in 1783, it would take another 35 years for the government they founded to grant surviving veterans a pension.…

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Nevada BLM – Bundy standoff is about more than just one man

April 23, 2014
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Nevada BLM – Bundy standoff is about more than just one man

Imagine that all your life you’ve spent your days working your ranch and your nights nursing the callouses, the aches and the pains that come from working that ranch. Imagine that though the Bureau of Land Management is your largest landlord, you’ve had a good relationship and paid grazing fees for years. Imagine then receiving…

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