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The Mainstream Media Shrugs At Rand

  As I’m sure most of you are aware, on Wednesday night, Rand Paul delivered an epic 13-hour filibuster over the Obama administration’s horrifying drone policy.  The fact that the President claims the authority to kill whoever he wants, whenever … Continue reading

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David Gregory: Hero

I meant to write about this several weeks ago when this “story” broke, but never got around to it.  Supporters of the second amendment and the right to self-defense really need to shut the hell up about David Gregory waving … Continue reading

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The Judge Offers the GOP Some Terrible Advice

Judge Napolitano went on Varney and Company this morning to address the upcoming amnesty compromise, and coherently made the case for the libertarian argument against immigration control.  He also encouraged the Republicans to hop on board the amnesty bandwagon in … Continue reading

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Glenn Beck: Ignore News From Sources You Don’t Agree With

Glenn Beck’s reaction to the Piers Morgan/Alex Jones showdown was typically hilarious.  He simply couldn’t help himself.  He devoted the entire first segment of his radio show to running down Alex Jones, making great effort to avoid even so much … Continue reading

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Thought Controllers Wrong Again / Is Being Overweight Actually Healthy?

A few extra pounds may be healthy I came across this story while browsing Google News.  It wasn’t at the top of the page under “Top Stores,” or in the “Editor’s Picks.”  It also wasn’t featured in the “Spotlight” or … Continue reading

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ESPN President: We Know What’s Best For Our Viewers

  Enough:  ESPN exec wants less Tim Tebow coverage   One thing I’ve always enjoyed is applying the lessons of free markets to stories that might not be considered political, philosophical, or economic at all.  This story, at first glance, … Continue reading

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The Broken Election Fallacy

Over the past week, the mainstream media has been wholly obsessed with the effects of Hurricane Sandy in the northeast, complete with the usual troop of Keynesian economists telling us that although loss of life is always tragic, this hurricane … Continue reading

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