Congress to Turn Red in 2010

A common theme at this past weekend’s CPAC was the near inevitability of a Republican take-over of Congress in the November elections. There were several credible reasons given for this prediction. Central to all of the arguments was the recognition that over the past year, an unafraid and unabashed conservatism…

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The Green Police

This was probably my favorite Superbowl ad. It was very revealing as to the overall trend of the green movement. What was also interesting was how close the scenes depicted in the ad are to real life. Consider the first scene where the man is arrested for requesting plastic bags…

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The Great North Carolina BBQ

The allocation of North Carolina’s share of the pork from the $787 billion stimulus bill has begun! In fact, in February the governor appointed North Carolina’s very own czar to dictate the allocation of the $6 billion given to the Old North State. Czar Dempsey Benton is the director of…

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Quality vs. Green

The Environmental Movement has opened a new front in their war for America’s soul: your bathroom. A Washington Post article today describes the battle that organizations such as Greenpeace are fighting against the United States’ largest toilet paper manufacturers. There are two main types of toilet paper: “soft” paper taken…

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Sensible analysis on the Economy

To Peter Thiel: Yes, yes, yes! In a conversation between Peter Robinson of the National Review and Peter Thiel of Clarium Capital Management, Mr Thiel “teases” out the true nature of our crisis. His advice should be heard by all citizens of this nation. Check it out at the Uncommon…

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