Posts Tagged ‘ Barack Obama ’

Memorial Day 2016

Memorial Day 2016

Today is a somber, nationwide day of reflection. Originally known as Decoration Day, it was intended to honor the sacrifices made by the Union war dead-the South has its own traditions-but is now a commemoration of the lives of all American servicemen and women who’ve fallen in battle. Unfortunately, even this occasion cannot escape the...
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Contempt Of Court

Contempt Of Court

I love the title of this blog post, because it perfectly encapsulates the contempt in which this administration holds the rule of law.
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Real Talk About Open Borders

Real Talk About Open Borders

Addendum: In order to grasp just how destructive mass immigration, in concert with state-enforced multiculturalism, is to social capital take a look at this British poll. As you’ll notice, people living in Northern Ireland-the part of the UK which has been riven by sectarian conflict for over a century-trust their neighbors more than those...
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King of America

Our old friend Michael Malice explores the absurdity of this election cycle, as well as investing your hopes in electoral politics, with contrarian historian Tom Woods. The anti-democracy essay referenced during this discussion is worth reading for those of you interested in understanding the mindset of over half the American public. Personally, whenever I...
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Rattle On (May News Digest)

Rattle On (May News Digest)

With the world aflame, it’s only appropriate that our periodical digest of immigration and cultural news returns. Starting off in the States, we find that Michelle Root, after a heartfelt meeting with Donald Trump, has decided to throw her support behind his candidacy. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the case, Michelle...
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Dump Trump (GOP Gala Protests: Part II)

Dump Trump (GOP Gala Protests: Part II)

The right is blessed in its opponents, who have never truly appreciated how deeply unappealing their platform is, at least to non-millennials, i.e. individuals who aren’t complete ignoramuses. A perfect illustration of this political tone deafness can be found in the mass demonstrations held in front of the Grand Hyatt Hotel during the pre-primary GOP Gala....
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Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

The last We Are Breitbart gathering I went to was also the first-at least, on the Eastern seaboard-and wasn’t an event that I relished attending. It was held to mourn and honor a man whom we all admired and loved, who had died less than a week before at the apex of a career spent...
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Attack On Abidjan

Attack On Abidjan

  The latest assault by practitioners of the Religion of Peace against the civilized world occurred yesterday on a beach resort in the Ivory Coast, approximately 25 miles from the capital Abidjan. Like the Burkina Faso siege by Al-Mourabitoun and the Sousse attack of last year, the vast majority of victims bore no relation to military...
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Epidemiology Out The Window

Epidemiology Out The Window

Even as the horse race aspect of this presidential election consumes ever more air-time, the current administration continues to enact immigration policies by administrative fiat which have the potential to harm scores of Americans. A case in point is its recent decision to remove some sexually transmitted infections from the list of diseases which...
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Executive Decisions

Executive Decisions

The White House has been relatively tight-lipped about its deliberations, re: Antonin Scalia’s replacement, but we already know that his death will irrevocably impact a host of Supreme Court cases this term. One of the most consequential-as we’ve pointed out-is United States v. Texas, which will test the novel legal concept that the President...
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