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North Korea: all men must now wear Kim Jong Un’s hairstyle?

Posted by: Phineas on March 26, 2014 at 3:11 pm » 6 Comments

**Posted by Phineas When you’re the boy god-king of the world’s largest prison camp masquerading as a nation, you can get away with weird, petty stuff like this: If you are a man in North Korea, we sincerely hope you have a round face. It’s the shape that will work with your new haircut. That […]

 

Bogus attacks on Paul Ryan provide disturbing window into liberal groupthink

Posted by: ST on March 19, 2014 at 11:41 am » 4 Comments

Commentary’s Peter Wehner provides a thought-provoking must-read/call to arms against the bogus and despicable attacks Rep. Paul Ryan and others like him trying to tackle the poverty issue routinely receive from Democrat movers and shakers who would rather demagogue the issue for political gain than work together towards resolving it (hat tip): And now, as […]

 

Quote of the Day: Jonah Goldberg on the left’s definition of “diversity”

Posted by: ST on February 22, 2014 at 11:31 am » 11 Comments

It’s getting bad out there, folks: Cancel the philosophy courses, people. Oh, and we’re going to be shuttering the political science, religion, and pre-law departments too. We’ll keep some of the English and history folks on for a while longer, but they should probably keep their résumés handy. Because, you see, they are of no […]

 

WH: Min. wage hike wouldn’t lead to up to 1 mil job losses like CBO predicts

Posted by: ST on February 18, 2014 at 7:00 pm » 8 Comments

Via the Washington Free Beacon: A top White House economist says that President Obama’s minimum wage increase will have “zero effect” on employment, despite a CBO report that the proposed hike would likely eliminate 500,000 jobs. “Our view is that zero is a perfectly reasonable estimate of the impact of raising the minimum wage on […]

 

“Serious cuts” coming from SeaTac, WA biz as $15/hr min wage set to take effect

Posted by: ST on December 31, 2013 at 1:18 pm » 1 Comment

Shocking! Via Fox News: As talk builds on Capitol Hill over hiking the federal minimum wage, one city in Washington state is poised to set the highest rate in the nation. On Jan. 1, an estimated 1,600 hotel and transportation workers in SeaTac, Wash., will see their pay jump to $15 an hour, a 60 […]

 

Big government vs private sector explained in two tweets

Posted by: ST on December 30, 2013 at 12:48 pm » 1 Comment

I think this about sums it up: @hale_razor Now you know the difference between private sector velocity and government velocity. — Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) December 30, 2013 Why write a 20 paragraph rant on the subject when just a couple of tweets will do?

 

Charlie Rangel: We don’t need no stinkin’ Congress

Posted by: ST on November 25, 2013 at 10:32 am » 2 Comments

The Observer’s Politicker reports on a recent interview Congressman Rangel did with NY1 in which he expressed support for President Obama going around Congress via the use of executive orders “for everything”: Congressman Charlie Rangel has a solution for bypassing gridlock in Washington D.C.: executive orders for “everything.” In an interview last night with NY1, the congressman […]

 

Fascist NYT editorial board: #ObamaMisspoke on #Obamacare – but your old plan sucked anyway

Posted by: ST on November 3, 2013 at 11:06 am » 7 Comments

(Monday AM Update: The thread title has been changed to something even more fitting of what the NYT editorial board wrote.  –ST ) Unsurprisingly, the editorial page at the New York Times has lined up with other far left fascists when it comes to who makes decisions on the type of healthcare insurance plan you […]

 

Naked Fascism: The real story behind the liberal “defenses” of #Obamacare

Posted by: ST on November 1, 2013 at 3:32 pm » 5 Comments

Since I wrote my piece detailing how “progressive activist” and Obama tool Sally Kohn lectured millions of Americans who have lost their health insurance plans as a result of Obamacare that it was a “good thing” that was happening, I’ve noticed a similar theme/excuse-making from other liberals on the same issue.   As a refresher, […]

 

Obama tool @SallyKohn: Losing your current health insurance plan is a good thing, rube

Posted by: ST on October 30, 2013 at 11:41 am » 7 Comments

There are Useful Idiots, fools, and then there are absolute tools -and “progressive activist” Sally Kohn manages to roll all three into one with this apologetic, lecture-y piece on Obamacare: (CNN) – Conservatives are expressing shock and outrage that the Obama administration knew that many people in the individual insurance market would not be able to […]