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You think this judge can be impartial?

November 30, 2010

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This is a response to an L.A. Times op-ed from Judge Kelvin D. Filer–and the domain name of his e-mail address (LASuperiorCourt.org). A quick Google search confirms that, yep, Filer’s a sitting Superior Court judge, and a bit of a character to boot. Anyway, this is what and how an active judge in Southern California […]

James Cameron says “we’re” going to have to do with less

October 21, 2010

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Obama leaves “by their Creator” out of Declaration of Independence quote.

September 20, 2010

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If a President wants to quote from the Declaration of Independence in order to make a point about diversity and liberty, it’s probably a good idea to write the actual language from the Declaration into the speech.  After all, most people have fairly ready access to the text, and if the President leaves something out, […]

AFL-CIO Doubles Down: Obama’s Created More Jobs Than Bush–With A Surplus To Boot!

September 7, 2010

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This obviously is an AFL-CIO/Democrat Party talking point. Remember on Friday when the AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer, Elizabeth Shuler initiated the “Obama created more jobs than Bush” myth on MSNBC? Remember too, a few weeks back when Trumka said “We don’t have a deficit crisis”? These Union thugs must think that Americans are as powerless as their […]

Deval Patrick on Beck rally: “It’s a free country. I wish it weren’t.”

September 2, 2010

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Bill Press: Talking about God not appropriate for “sacred” spot

September 2, 2010

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Howard Kurtz notes that libtalker Bill Press had spent the last several weeks crusading against Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally, but that Beck kept partisan politics out of the speeches Saturday to focus mainly on religious themes. Press continued his objection, noting that the Lincoln Memorial and its “sacred” location was no place to talk […]

Education Secretary pushed employees to attend Sharpton rally

August 31, 2010

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The official line from the White House on the Glenn Beck “Restoring Honor” rally was What rally? That position is certainly understandable from a political perspective, and probably not bad from an overall perspective, either.  The federal government shouldn’t take an inordinate amount of interest in lawful and peaceful political demonstrations in most cases, although […]