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The Battle For The Soul Of The Republican Party

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  [5440 note: this is an adaptation of a presentation given by the author at the TechRoanoke Conference in Bellevue, WA, June 2014] There is a battle on for the soul of the GOP. But to clarify, I’m NOT going to be talking about the 800lb gorilla in the room. The factional infighting, the purity […]

False Premise Number One: “Something vs. Nothing” | JSL Consulting

Guest post from my buddy John LaRosa. Good read as always. via False Premise Number One: “Something vs. Nothing” | JSL Consulting. I’m tired. I’m really, really tired. Am I getting old? Yes. But while I certainly prefer aging to its alternative, my sprint toward transitional assisted living and perpetual underground residency is not what […]

Guest Post: “RINO” vs. “Moderate Republican” | JSL Consulting

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My buddy John LaRosa has a compelling new post at his blog: “RINO” vs. “Moderate Republican” | JSL Consulting.   In case you haven’t noticed, there is a battle going on, and I’m not talking about the “war on” poverty, drugs, illiteracy or terror. The conflict I’m talking about is taking place within the Republican Party. In […]

Apparently, They Vote

According to some, what is needed here is a mixture of pot and politics; a sort of grass-roots potlitical movement to move us all in the direction long advocated by King (no, not Dr. King; think Rodney): can’t we all just get along? Rodney, it must be remembered, was a noted authority on the subject; […]

Pastors Unite To Fight Obama

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A group of racist pastors has formed to campaign against Obama’s re-election. Wait – they’re black pastors. But they oppose Barky, so they must be racist haters. Maybe they just hate Barky’s white half. That’d probably be okay, then. It gets confusing at times, but since we’ve all been toldad nauseum that to oppose Barky is to be […]

The Real ‘War On Women': Rosen’s Attack On Motherhood

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As much as the Obama campaign is trying to distance itself from Rosen’s slur against stay-at-home moms, most Democrats nevertheless agree with her.  Most just don’t want to admit it publicly because it would expose their own personal prejudices against women who make choices different from theirs, and possibly alienate female voters. Some have been willing to […]

Rosen’s Calculated Attack On Romney Backfires, Dems Throw Messenger Under The Bus

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The Democrats are circling the wagons after their tasteless attack on Ann Romney backfired with a tidal wave of outrage. The tactic was originally intended to go after Romney’s conservative Mormon family values, but it blew up in their faces. They were trying to continue the “Republican war on women” meme by suggesting that Mitt […]

Democrats Declare War On Stay-At-Home Moms

View on YouTube You want to talk about a “war on women?” As as SAHM of 3 kids, I find it ENORMOUSLY offensive to suggest that I don’t “work” or understand economics because I’m not given a paycheck for what I do! Dana Loesch writes at Breitbart: Hilary Rosen, a partner at SKDKnickerbocker, the PR […]

Democrats Continue the Hijack of the GOP Legacy

Democrats Continue the Hijack of the GOP Legacy

I’ve lost count of how many times liberal Democrats have bashed the Republicans for being mean-spirited, racist, cold hearted, evil and just the worst sort of people to ever exist on the face of the earth. Every election or whenever faced with a major piece of legislation they wish to promote, Democrats pull out the […]

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  • Column: States rights across the aisle February 22, 2017
    It’s not unusual for political dynamics to shift as political powers shift at the federal level. But the dynamics are changing pretty quickly as we enter the second month of President Donald Trump’s administration. Notably, Democratic governors and mayors have been defending their values and speaking for their constituents with an argument often used by […]
  • Democrats call, again, for action on ‘levy cliff’ February 22, 2017
    Some school districts may have to send out pink slips if the state legislature doesn’t pass the Democrats’ “levy cliff” bill, argued Democratic leadership at their weekly press conference Tuesday. “I’m hearing from superintendents too,” said Rep. Kristine Lytton, Anacortes, at the press conference. “They are trying to dig into the complexity of the senate […]
  • GOP leaders defend education funding plan, criticize Democrats’ plan February 21, 2017
    After facing criticism for their budget plan, Republican leaders defended their education funding proposal Monday at a press conference, and made their own criticisms of the Democrat’s levy cliff bill. Washington GOP legislators’ plan is to implement something of a “levy swap” to fund education in Washington. Background Senate Republicans announced their plan Jan. 27 […]
  • Free for a Limited Time Four More Years February 22, 2017
    Washington DC’s H Street streetcar has failed in just about every way possible. The 2.2-mile line cost $200 million, which is enough to build ten to twenty miles of four-lane freeway; it opened years behind schedule; and–despite being free “for a limited time”–it carries a paltry 2,400 people per weekday, which in a sane world […]
  • Congestion Cost U.S. $295 Billion in 2016 February 21, 2017
    Speaking of congestion (as the Antiplanner was yesterday), a new congestion scorecard from Inrix estimates that congestion cost America $295 billion in 2016, which is more than 1.5 percent of 2016 GDP. Where the Texas Transportation Institute’s previous estimates of congestion costs counted only the cost to commuters, Inrix adds costs to consumers who must […]
  • Good News and Bad News February 20, 2017
    Good news: The United States had 56,000 structurally deficient bridges in 2016. That’s good news because the number in 2015 was nearly 59,000. In fact, the number has declined in every year since 1992 (the earliest year for which records are available), when it was 124,000. The American Road and Transportation Builders thinks 2016’s number […]