Monthly Archives: June 2014

Hobby Lobby Still Has to Provide the Shirts

The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision today in favor of Hobby Lobby’s right to refuse to abide by Obamacare mandates that conflict with the company’s religious convictions is cause for celebration among those who support the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious … Continue reading

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Custer Showed Where Arrogance Can Lead

On this date in 1876, Gen. George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Cavalry were surrounded and annihilated by a coalition of thousands of American Indians led by chiefs Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse at the Little Big Horn River in … Continue reading

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Lowe’s REALLY Wants Your Phone Number

I’ve been going to Lowe’s for a long time . . . quite a few years. Sometimes I might go several times a week if I’m in the midst of a big project, but usually at least a couple of … Continue reading

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Good Question, Ben . . . Good Question

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Obama’s Tyranny Intensifies for the Redskins

Well, it’s finally happened. Barack Obama’s Gestapo administration has pushed for years to get the Washington Redskins to change their name because, in the view of “the state,” it’s a racist term and is offensive (or should be) to Indians … Continue reading

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Big News From the President

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So That’s What Happened to America’s Testosterone

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Well done, Virginia!

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You Might Want to Postpone That Funeral for the Tea Party

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How About Just Paying People What They’re Worth as Employees?

There’s been a lot of public discourse recently about raising the minimum wage and having Congress address “income inequality” by ensuring that every employee in America receives a “living wage.” Call me crazy, but I don’t think a Congress that … Continue reading

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