Thought Experiment

What would happen if, with my magic wand (pine wood with unicorn hair, rigid flexibility), I caused the hair color of every woman in this picture to revert to its natural color?  Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, Patty Murray, Kamala Harris...  Wouldn't it be just sweet to see every woman with her natural color, just like …

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I LOVE this Ricochet Post, so I’m re-blogging it here. “Insulting Jews Everywhere, a Call to Congress”

Last week's wimpy resolution against "hate" brought this excellent response from a Jewish friend.  I 100% agree.  Do you? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear Members of Congress, You should be embarrassed by your lack of courage regarding the anti-Semitism resolution that has been proposed, and apologize to Jews everywhere. How could you even think of changing the resolution …

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The West Virginia GOP Has it Right

People seem to be getting all worked up and outraged at this poster that was displayed at a West Virginia Republican booth. They have the right idea, in my opinion.  As I recall at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks, members of the rather-large "Somali community" in Seattle were seen rejoicing at the …

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The Voters of the State of Washington Double Down on Democrat Destruction

May I add my disgust at the results of yesterday's election.  I am ashamed to be a resident of the state where the voters vote themselves higher taxes, boondoggle projects that waste their dollars (choo-choo train that 1% of the population will ride), essentially disarm their police (after I 940 passes with 60% support, police …

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Civility versus Madness in Modern-day America

First the Madness.  Over the past few days, three members of the Trump Administration who went out to eat in Cesspool DC were harassed, threatened, and ejected from restaurants.  Who were the ones who did all the harassing, threatening, and ejecting?  Progressives.  The Administration members did nothing more than go out to eat, and the …

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A Short ECON101 Lesson about Taxes

Right now, the US Congress is hashing out a "tax reform" set of bills intended to change the ways taxes are confiscated from American workers and savers.  Those on the Left often refer to "tax cuts for the rich", showing their basic envy of people who actually EARN their livings in the real world.  Republicans, …

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WAAAAHHH!! We don’t wike Twump! We gonna pwotest WAAHH!

This is how the modern Democrat in Congress thinks these days.  Tonight will be a big speech to both houses of Congress by the 45th President of the United States (yes, he won, you lost).  And the crybabies in the loser Democrat party are wailing, gnashing their teeth, and planning ways to protest the President's …

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How Congress Can Stop Obama’s Illegal Amnesty Move

Thanks to a  fellow Ricochet member for this.  I think it's perfect! I believe that I have a useful tactic for opposing Obama’s executive amnesty, and I am trying to make the suggestion to influential people. I think that either the Congressional leadership or influential Senators should just announce to the public the Congressional intention …

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Thoughts on the Midterm Election…and After

Most of the votes are counted.  Winners and losers have been declared.  All day yesterday, and most of today, I've been projecting into the future, what yesterday's election results mean.    Many Democrats went down to defeat yesterday, as did the majority of libertarians running as such (Michael Medved likes to call them "losertarians").  Stalwart …

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The world will NOT come to an end on October 1

If Congress cannot pass a "continuing resolution" keeping the bloated government funded for a few more months, some federal workers might have to take some time off, but the sun will still come up in the morning and set at night. The average person will feel NO effects of a "government shutdown", and many of …

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