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Commuters, Travelers and Political Junketers

Commuters, Travelers and Political Junketers

 

Planned Parenthood Thousand Oaks arson: violence is not the answer to violence

Planned Parenthood Thousand Oaks arson: violence is not the answer to violence

By George Miller . A fire last night at the Planned Parenthood facility in Thousand Oaks is said to be arson. We don’t believe that was an appropriate response to Planned Parenthood’s highly controversial performing of abortions, the now established selling of baby parts and admission of procedures which are allegedly illegal. The organizers of the recent protests against this […]

Top Scientist Resigns Admitting Global Warming Is A Big Scam

Top Scientist Resigns Admitting Global Warming Is A Big Scam

Notes From An Engineer on Obamacare

Notes From An Engineer on Obamacare

By Anonymous . I am a consulting engineer and make between $60,000 and $125,000 per year, depending on how hard I work and whether there are work projects out there for me. . My girlfriend is 61 and makes about $18,000 per year, working as a part-time mail clerk. For me, making $60,000 a year, […]

Welcome to Shutdown Theater, 2015 Edition

Welcome to Shutdown Theater, 2015 Edition

    By Thomas Knapp Well, here we go again. Sample annual headline: “Republicans Threaten Government Shutdown.” This year’s excuse: A feud over whether or not to continue writing an annual $500 million corporate welfare check to Planned Parenthood. With bated breath, the mainstream media informs us that the usual suspects on Capitol Hill are […]

Election 2016 Reminder: Who Needs Who?

Election 2016 Reminder: Who Needs Who?

  . By Thomas L. Knapp Memory has a way of playing tricks on the mind, but my recollection is that each of the seven presidential elections since I reached adulthood (I turned 18 the week after Ronald Reagan was re-elected in 1984) has been advertised — by the parties, by the candidates, by the […]

Boehner Forced To Resign – an Opportunity to Restore Law and Order

Boehner Forced To Resign – an  Opportunity to Restore Law and Order

 By Tony Passaro   Speaker Boehner’s forced resignation comes as a shock to many in the Washington Establishment. However it comes as no surprise to the America conservative activists that have been critical of Mr. Boehner’s speakership all along… To sum up, Boehner will no longer be speaker because he failed to address the rule […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Pope Fiat

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Pope Fiat

On John Boehner resigning

On John Boehner resigning

By George Miller Many were surprised to hear that Republican John Boehner is resigning as Speaker of the House, effective October-end. Boehner was the minority leader before the Republicans took over the House in the 2010 elections because of widespread discontent with Obamacare and other Obama-era legislation. Boehner then ascended to the powerful Speakers’ post. That […]

Pwnd Again: Don’t Trust These Jokers With Your Information

Pwnd Again: Don’t Trust These Jokers With Your Information

    By Thomas L. Knapp There’s an old television trope — I’m not sure where it originated — in which a shady-looking character walks up to a group, flashes open his trenchcoat to reveal a bunch of cheap (and presumably stolen) timepieces, and asks “anyone wanna buy a watch?” That image springs to mind […]