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Washington’s Nauseatingly Corrupt Culture…and 2014 Election Predictions for the House and Senate

I sometimes think that working at the Cato Institute and trying to change Washington must be akin to working at a church in the middle of Amsterdam’s red light district. In both cases, you’re wildly outnumbered by people with a different outlook on life. And it’s not that easy to save misguided souls. The crowd […]

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Video: How can race-baiter Eric Holder be a lawyer let alone Attorney General?

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!On second thought given his radical past, deception, scandal and what appear to be outright lies I can see how he could be a lawyer, but Attorney General of the United States…

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Video: How can race-baiter Eric Holder be a lawyer let alone Attorney General?

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!On second thought given his radical past, deception, scandal and what appear to be outright lies I can see how he could be a lawyer, but Attorney General of the United States…

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The Ebola Firewall

Sorry guys, I’m neck-deep in a project, and the water keeps rising. But here’s Bill Whittle’s current Firewall. What’s that? Yep, I agree with everything he says here.

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Ritchie in an expensive suit

Last night, I watched the Almanac Roundtable debate featuring the candidates for Secretary of State. The lasting impression I left with was straightforward. Steve Simon is Mark Ritchie in an expensive suit. He’s thoroughly indoctrinated in liberal ideology with regards to voting fraud. The other thing about him is that he apparently thinks voters are […]

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The SCTimes’ gullibility

Something kept gnawing at me after I wrote this post. Here’s what kept bothering me: That probe, begun almost 18 months ago, had centered on whether the university failed to return federal financial aid money it was required to return if the students whose grades were changed became ineligible to keep that financial aid. I’ve […]

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