Moral Turpitude

Posted in Ethics & Morality, Politics, Society on December 11th, 2014

Liberals and Progressives, especially those making their respective nuts by indoctrinating America’s youth in academia, love to rant about “Diversity.”

It's Called Moral Turpitude
It’s Called Moral Turpitude

Dr. Thomas Sowell, Ph.D, one of the rare men of both learning and wisdom, provides the American people with the nigh on perfect response to such dogmatic ravings by Leftist academics.

I will go one step further, however, and point out that this level of hypocrisy meets the definition of moral turpitude and in most colleges and universities such moral turpitude is solid ground for dismissal and even removal of tenure.

It will take long, hard, and frustrating work but we, the People can break the Liberal magisterium by breaking the teachers, professors, and school administrators that make it up.

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Run ‘Bama Run!

Posted in 2014 Election, Humor, Politics on November 8th, 2014

Obama Elephant Stampede
Run ‘Bama Run!

With the 2014 midterm election ending in Republican control of House, Senate, 30+ Governorships, and most state houses, it’s pretty clear that Obama should be getting ready to flee before the stampede that is coming. I don’t, however, see that happening. Like the ever-so-typical African dictator of fact and fiction, the boy’s too narcissistic and ignorant to not stand before it. ;-)

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A Do-Nothing Congress?

Posted in Politics on December 28th, 2013

Liberals and their Lamestream Media have denounced the 113th Congress as The Do-Nothing Congress and they’ve erroneously declared it The Least Productive Congress in History. Predictably, they declaim that this is wrong and evil and, equally predictably, they blame the GOP and only the GOP for this situation which they so deplore.

The 113th Congress is the Do-Nothing Congress?
The Do-Nothing Congress

To America’s domestic enemies the simply fact that the 113th Congress has passed just 58 laws to be sent to Obama’s desk so that his little robot can sign them into law so far is a major failing. This is simply because Liberals and Progressives measure the worth of Congress by the sheer quantity of public laws enacted. To them that is governance.

Leftists are ideologically unable to comprehend, much less understand, the simple truth that sometimes less is more and this is certainly true of the enactment of additional laws.

The Elephant’s Child sums it up well:

The Do-Nothing Congress has been good for America, and if they pass few new laws, we can breathe slightly more easily.  Congress passed just 70 laws, which may be too many. But Obama and Congressional Democrats planned an array of Big Government initiatives — gun control, immigration reform, a higher minimum wage, more job creation, infrastructure (again!), climate change, and education, to name only a few. Congress ended the year with none of those initiatives signed into law. And we are far better for it. No major tax hike, and the probability of a major tax hike in the next year has fallen.

NOTE: We have a minor discrepancy. The Elephant’s Child says 70 laws and my figures show 58. It’s not really here nor there but worth noting.

But then, this is the difference between Americans and the statists of the Left. Americans know that governing is not measured, at least positively measured, by the number of laws that are enacted.

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