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February 19, 2013

  • American Sheriffs Unite to Defy Obama’s Gun Grabbing Laws


    How can a County Sheriff honor his oath if he needs to obtain permission from the Supreme Court?

  • How the Left Dupes Conservative Voters
    J. R. Dunn
    As far as electoral politics in the United States is concerned, the progressive political machine has figured out how to manipulate conservatives in order to get the political results that they desire. They will continue to do so as long as they are allowed to get away with it. More

    Total Destruction of the U.S.: An Interview with Larry Grathwohl
    Daren Jonescu
    This may sound like science fiction, but it’s a true story…and we have a man from the inside who knows all about it. More

  • Colorado House Passes Four Hotly Debated Gun-Control Measures


    The bills were among four that the Democratic-controlled House passed amid strong resistance from Republicans, who were joined by a few Democrats to make some of the votes close.

  • College: Fire Professor who Forced Students to Vote for Obama


    Professor Sweet strongly encouraged or mandated that students from several classes sign a pledge card that stated, ‘I pledge to vote for President Obama and Democrats up and down the ticket.’

  • On Benghazi: Not Very ‘Definitive’


    On the accountability side of the ledger, the authors mostly don’t name names or grapple with the major questions, bending over backwards to help President Obama avoid accountability. And where they offer searing criticism, there is not much hard evidence to back it up.

  • American Sheriffs Unite to Defy Obama’s Gun Grabbing Laws


    How can a County Sheriff honor his oath if he needs to obtain permission from the Supreme Court?

  • Dr. Ben Carson and the Responsible Self
    Christopher Chantrill
    It’s not that the 47 percent couldn’t wake up from the sleep of ages and take responsibility for their lives. It’s just that liberals think they shouldn’t have to More

    On Our Nation’s Existential Crisis – Part 6
    Dr M. Abdul Mu’min Chowdhury – 2/17/2013
    Part 6: Read Thy Arthashastra On The Mirror

    After Part 5’s de-tour, in this instalment I shall return back to the main concern of my essay and, as promised, help identify what we as a nation must do for defeating New Delhi’s ‘world conquerors’. This is not a difficult task. As I said in Part 4, to get our ‘dos’ and ‘don’t dos’ we might, to begin with, read Kautilya’s Arthashastra on the mirror. In saying this what I have in mind is this: If we look at Kautilya’s advice to his Brahmanic ‘world conquerors’ from their intended victims’ position and earnestly take guards and counter measure…

    Swami Vivekanand: His Global Vision
    Sudhanshu Tripathi – 2/17/2013

    Swami Vivekanand’s birth was an exceptional phenomenon and India, was certainly graced by his birth and eventful life-journey. In fact, India has produced a galaxy of prophets, saints & seers, mystics, philosophers, poets, revolutionaries and patriots who, by their rare intellect, unblemished character, spirit of selfless service and compassion for humanity, dedication and devotion for their motherland and with so many unique and unparalleled qualities have not only made India proud but also a land of wonders inspiring a renowned Western historian and philosopher A. L. Bas…

    Iranian regime on the verge of collapse
    Shahriar Kia – 2/17/2013
    The Iranian regime is entangled in five considerable crises, including the explosive and escalating popular discontent, Syrian and recently Iraqi people’s uprising, impasse over the nuclear program, the regime’s economic ruin and bankruptcy which it cannot prevent, and fifth crisis is the ruling circles are crippled with divisions and internal feuds. This is while Mullahs are on the verge of their presidential elections, which means that these divisions will become even more severe.

    Margaret Mead: Prophet of the sexual revolution
    Ellis Washington, J.D. – 2/17/2013
    Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

    Justice has No Root in the Nepali Polity
    Prakash Bom – 2/17/2013
    It is not clear whether any Nepali political movement had ever have fought against the structural injustice practice of the old regimes – (Hindu caste-based oligarchs and autocrats) embedded in the Nepali polity over centuries to repress marginalized majority populations – women, indigenous, lower-caste-Hindus, weak and disabled.

    The New Matriarchy and the Redundant Male
    Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. – 2/10/2013
    From the dawn of history to the late 1950s, the collective had been the organizing principle of human affairs. The pursuit of happiness was channelled via collectives and even dissidents and rebels formed collectives to express their grievances. But, this old system brought humanity to the verge of extinction. Disenchanted with mass ideologies, people switched to the opposite pole: militant individualism, which became the new battle cry and organizing principle of increasingly more narcissistic collectives and individuals alike.

    China’s bold assertions in Asia-Pacific and the Indian Ocean: India’s Concerns
    Sudhanshu Tripathi – 2/10/2013
    For the past few years, China has particularly focussed its attention in Asia- Pacific region and almost all countries of South Asia, South East Asia with a specific objective to firmly establish itself as an undisputed regional Power in East Asia. This is so because global geo-politics is said to be moving towards East and the only challenge that may arise is from India in this region, it is nothing but imperative upon China to pursue this policy to prevail upon India in order to ensure its increasing sphere of influence in the East intact and also to maintain its continuing ascendance to the…

    Enrique Peña Nieto and Mexico’s Drug War Opening
    Taylor Dibbert – 2/10/2013
    On December 1, 2012, Enrique Peña Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) assumed the Mexican presidency amid a flurry of protests against the party, whose previous 70-year rule defined the country’s authoritarian past. Yet it’s difficult to imagine that the new president’s term could be worse than the unmitigated disaster of his predecessor’s, which was marked by a dramatic militarization of Mexico’s drug war, widespread human rights abuses, and tens of thousands of deaths.

    Without Serious Spending Cuts, the Conservative Base Will Walk Away
    Jon N. Hall
    Conservatives, libertarians, and Tea Partiers should not be disappointed with Speaker Boehner. The lachrymose leader of the House may well be a master strategist. More

    McCain charges ‘massive cover-up’ on Benghazi
    February 18, 2013
    Senator John McCain yesterday escalated his rhetoric on the Obama administration stonewalling over Benghazi, and said a lot of important things. Then, in the manner that has maddened conservatives over the years…. More

    Gas prices soaring
    February 18, 2013
    Not a bug – a feature. More

  • Three Reasons to Build the Keystone Pipeline

  • McCain on Gun Control: Majority of Senate Will Support Universal Background Checks

  • CNN Sneaks Footage of Obama Playing Golf

  • Colorado Dem On Why Women Don’t Need Guns: You May ‘Feel Like You’re Going To Be Raped, When You May Actually Not Be’…

  • MSNBC Panelists Deliver Racially Insensitive Jokes About White People

  • John Brennan Speaks About the Beauty of Islam

  • Surveillance Camera Catches Dramatic Moment a Security Guard Fends Off Armed Holdup with an AR-15

  • Wow! Man Records Plan Crash from Passenger Seat

  • Hezb’allah fighters killed in clash with Syrian rebels
    February 18, 2013
    Iran ups the ante in Syria. More

    Liberals, Get Over It: Police Heroes. Dorner Scum!
    February 19, 2013
    Am I saying that police brutality does not exist? Absolutely not. I am saying that I reject the lie that white cops relish opportunities to abuse and kill blacks. More

    Why are we making it so easy for illegal aliens to get food stamps?
    February 19, 2013
    This is not about poverty or hunger. More

    The Obama Bankruptcy Curse Strikes Again!
    February 18, 2013
    When Obama visits or supports a business, the plaque should read “Because of Barack Obama the business you didn’t build will soon be out of business.” More

    Only Spending Can Save Us Now – Dean Baker, New York Daily News
    The Coolidge Lesson on Taxes and Spending – Amity Shlaes, Wall St. Jrnl
    Obama: The Media Puppet Master – Jim VandeHei & Mike Allen, Politico
    Obama To Call On Congress To Avert Spending Cuts – Zeke Miller, BuzzFeed
    Sequester Cuts Just 3 Cents of Every Dollar Spent – Gretchen Hamel, IBD
    Will Higher Taxes Derail California’s Comeback? – Jim Tankersley, WaPo
    Chicago Reclaimed the Projects, But Lost the City – Kevin Williamson, NRO
    Building Keystone XL Pipeline Is Folly – Bill McKibben, USA Today
    Not Building Pipeline Is Boneheaded – Joe Nocera, New York Times
    ‘New Morality’ at Barclays: Same Old Wall St. – William Cohan, Bloomberg
    Bush Condemned for Torture, Obama Kills w/Impunity – Sara Sorcher, NJ
    Send Hagel To The United Nations – Joel Pollak, Breitbart
    Can This Man Help Dems Hold the Senate? – Jonathan Weisman, NY Times
    Christie, Not Rubio, Best Bet in 2016 – DeWayne Wickham, USA Today
    Obama: The Faux Empiricist – Rich Lowry, New York Post
    President Obama’s Immigration Decoy – Eugene Robinson, Washington Post
    California Regents Deny Critics a Fair Hearing – Peter Berkowitz, RCP


    Stop the Foot Dragging & Build the Pipeline – USA Today
    Alec Baldwin for Mayor – New York Post
    Twenty Questions for Presidents’ Day – Philadelphia Inquirer
    Focus on Pocketbook Issues & Outreach Can Revive Republicans – UTSD

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    Real Clear Politics Monday

    Morning Update
    The Coming Pro-Growth Moment – Steve Forbes, Forbes
    Let’s Celebrate the Income Tax – Molly Michelmore, Washington Post
    College Essays Make Kids Stupid, Selfish – Naomi Schaefer Riley, Bloomberg
    The Social Trends Behind Gang Violence – Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic
    Chicago Murders Complicate Obama Gun Ban – Chris Stirewalt, FOX News
    Liberals Are the New Silent Majority – Timothy Noah, The New Republic
    Rand Paul’s New Populist Libertarianism – Toby Harnden, Sunday Times
    Conservatives, Libertarians, and Herding Cats – Heather Wilhelm, RCP
    Why Is the U.S. Economy Struggling? – Robert Samuelson, Washington Post
    Health Care Law Will Work If We Embrace It – Peter Anderson, USA Today
    Massive ObamaCare Sales Tax Increase on the Way – Lindsay Boyd, Forbes
    When Republicans Were Problem-Solvers – E.J. Dionne, Washington Post
    3 Reasons to Build the Keystone XL Pipeline – Nick Gillespie, Reason.tv
    Can Another Unknown Reprise Scott Brown’s Upset? – Scott Conroy, RCP
    The Super Bowl Farmers – Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
    Catholicism Inc. – Bill Keller, New York Times
    Wrestling Should Stay in the Olympics – Donald Rumsfeld, Was

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