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Who is really pro-choice? Liberals or Conservatives?


Politicians Need An “Other People’s Money Addicts Anonymous” Program

My name is David and I am an OPM addict.

Actually, that is not true; I am not addicted. I might be one of the very few people in this house who is not, because addiction to OPM is a national crisis and I am surrounded by addicts.

I am not talking about the drug opium but something far more terrible. I am talking about an addiction to other people’s money.

The great economist Milton Friedman taught us that there are four ways to spend money: spending your own money on yourself; spending your own money on somebody else; spending other people’s money on yourself; and spending other people’s money on somebody else.

[This speech was delivered by Australian Senator David Leyonhjelm on the floor of the Australian Senate Chamber in Canberra on Tuesday, September 23]


RNC Chairman Reince Priebus at the North Shore office on Fri Sept 26

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus will be holding a meet & greet/rally at the North Shore office this Friday, September 26th at 4:00pm! Attendance is free, but we do ask that you RSVP either by replying to this e-mail, or calling 608-320-5290. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you Friday!

Where: 311 W Silver Spring Dr (Across from Bayshore Mall)
When: Friday, September 26th @ 4:00pm

Chris Martin
SE Regional Field Director
Republican Party of Wisconsin

The Profound Stupidity of Liberalism on Display

The View is a television show that, apparently, a lot of women watch. Currently, Rosie O’Donnell, who was once famous for something–I have no idea what–is one of the hosts. Still, many women watch. So this video of The View’s women grappling with the Obama administration’s response to ISIS terrorism is noteworthy.

I want to highlight O’Donnell’s contribution near the end: We are bombing Syria because Syria has so much oil, so there is a “financial incentive.” What the Hell is this supposed to mean? Why are liberals obsessed with oil? And what, exactly, is the “financial incentive”? Here is the clip, then some further comments:

Read more by John Hinderaker at

“A mob had raged for days killing Negroes . . .

I bought a Winchester double-barreled shotgun and two dozen rounds of shells filled with buckshot. If a white mob had stepped on the campus where I lived I would have without hesitation have sprayed their guts over the grass.” –W.E.B. DuBois


Atlanta Race Riot from Wikipedia

You have enemies? Good.

That means you’ve stood up for something sometime in your life. –Winston Churchill


“Escaping the Federal Grasp on our Children and Educational System” on Sat Sept 20

from 10am-12noon

It’s Back-to-School Time and Time To Take Back Our Schools! You’re invited to a FREE presentation on “Escaping the Federal Grasp on our Children and Educational System”, given by Karen Schroeder, President of Advocates for Academic Freedom

Doors Open At 9:30am

WHERE: Waukesha GOP Victory Center, 1701 Pearl Street, Waukesha

* Learn about YOUR rights as a parent and citizen
* Receive helpful tools on how to exercise those rights
* How to run a campaign for School Board
* Hear the latest from our Legislators in Madison

Seating is limited! Please RSVP at

Fathom the odd hypocrisy that Obama wants . . .

“Fathom the odd hypocrisy that Obama wants every citizen to prove they are insured, but people don’t have to prove they are citizens.”

by Ben Stein

Do you remember this photograph?

The Falling Man

In the United States, people have taken pains to banish this photograph from the record of 9/11.

Read more by Tom Junod at

Isn’t it great to live in a society where the penalty for lying to a congressman

“Isn’t it great to live in a society where the penalty for lying to a congressman can be up to 30 years in jail, but the penalty for a congressman lying to you is another two years in office.”

from Peter Schmuck, a Baltimore sports writer

Central Banks Have To Continuously Expand The Money Supply

A credit-based financial economy (as opposed to pure cash) depends on an ever-expanding outstanding level of credit for its survival. Without additional credit, interest on previously issued liabilities cannot be paid absent the sale of existing assets, which in turn would lead to a vicious cycle of debt deflation, recession and ultimately depression. It is this expansion of private and public market credit which the Fed and the BOE have successfully engineered over the past five years, while their contemporaries (the ECB and BOJ) have until now failed, at least in terms of stimulating economic growth.

Read more by William H. Gross at

The racist, bloody truth about Democrats

–SNIP– But let me give you a brief history of the Democratic Party, not according to me, but according to one of the most distinguished liberal American historians, Eric Foner, author of “A Short History of Reconstruction.”

I encourage you to read the whole book as you listen this week to the smug and self-righteous speeches in Charlotte. This is the history they don’t want you to know.

KKK’s first targets were Republicans – read how Democrats started the group in “Setting the Record Straight: American History in Black & White”

Take note of this summation of Foner’s book: “In effect, the [Ku Klux] Klan was a military force serving the interests of the Democratic Party, the planter class, and all those who desired the restoration of white supremacy. Its purposes were political in the broadest sense, for it sought to affect power relations, both public and private, throughout Southern society. It aimed to destroy the Republican Party’s infrastructure, undermine the Reconstruction state, re-establish control of the black labor force and restore racial subordination in every aspect of Southern Life.”

What occurs to me as I read these stunning words is how successful the Democratic Party has actually been in achieving those goals over the last 130 years. Today, it not only has “control of the black labor force,” it has control over the black vote – the very vote it sought to deny for most of those 130 years after the War Between the States.

Read more by Joseph Farah at

Man vs. Machine: Will Human Workers Become Obsolete?

Part of his series on Making Sen$e of financial news, Paul Solman has been showcasing the future of technology from a recent conference run by a California think tank — things such as 3-D printing of prosthetic legs and iPhone heart tests. But the conference also resurfaced an age-old question about the future of human workers.

For more coverage, visit the PBS NewsHour website:

It’s not much to look at now,

…but back in my day you could make enough working here to support a whole family!

“Labor Day Memories” by R.J. Matson at

Mercantilism eats Free Trade

The notion that computers eat jobs is worthy of a 1950s professor of economics. Fifty-six thousand manufacturing facilities have closed in the U.S. since 2001. The jobs in those plants were not lost due to computers.

During an economic cycle, manufacturing expands worldwide to meet demand. Factories are located in countries where manufacturing is most cost efficient. Computers aren’t the problem, nor do they have the negative impact that Free Trade has had on manufacturing in our country.

Read more by Brian O’Shaughnessy, chairman, Revere Copper Products at

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