Ten years on….

| September 11, 2011

I wasn’t going to post anything today; there’s little I could add to what others have said today or to what I’ve had to say in the past. And, frankly, it’s a work day for me. Last night was busy, and today (so far) equally so. It’s hard to gather your thoughts when you’re elbows-deep […]

Quote of the Day

| August 11, 2011

It’s too late to worry about the barbarians at the gate, when those inside the walls are themselves barbarians. The Nazi war machine couldn’t break the British, but the modern welfare state has. I suspect “a whiff of grapeshot” might just clear up the problem P.D.Q. Ann Coulter, via Mike at Cold Fury.

Inside the Mind of the Far Left Fringe

| July 25, 2011

There’s a saying that’s floated around for a few years — I wish I could properly attribute it — that states, roughly, “those on the Right think the Left is wrong, while those on the Left think the Right is evil.” Nowhere is this more evident than at the online sewer populated by the fringiest […]

Quote of the Day

| June 10, 2011

Iowahawk, on the release of Sarah Palin’s emails to the press, and the subsequent trolling for scandal: The news media used to investigate gang rapes. Now they organize them. At Twitter.

Quote of the Day

| May 23, 2011

Rep. Eric Cantor, House majority leader, at AIPAC: If the Palestinians want to live in peace in a state of their own, they must demonstrate that they are worthy of a state. So to Mr. Abbas I say, stop the incitement in your media and your schools, stop naming public squares and athletic teams after […]

A Tale of Two Parties

| February 17, 2011

Over the last couple of years, the country has seen hundreds of public demonstrations calling for fiscal responsibility. This movement has come to be known as the Tea Party. This week in Wisconsin, unionized public sector employees are having a conniption because they don’t want to make contributions to their own benefit plans that are […]

Malaysia has the right idea.

| January 17, 2011

Frank J. at IMAO has the proof.

Inhuman?

| January 11, 2011

I’ll settle for subhuman. (Link via Insty.)

Quotes of the Day

| December 16, 2010

Moe Lane: Marxism is intellectualism for stupid people; it tends to attract the sort who can’t understand that an economic system that cannot feed its own population reliably has failed at the game of Life. Literally. [Emphasis in the original.] Link via Instapundit, whose post really ought to be read in its entirety, and which […]

… and throw away the key.

| October 11, 2010

I spotted this story crossing my news feed this morning: One killed in Holly Springs collision. Having lived in Holly Springs, my interest was piqued enough to read further. The North Carolina State Highway Patrol charged Carla Romero, 20, of Angier, with involuntary manslaughter and three counts of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious […]

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