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Newton’s third law of political momentum.

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 in Politics | 0 comments

It is November of 2010.  Democrats are reeling.  The House of Representatives had been lost.  The super-majority in the Senate was lost. A loosely-tied group of organizers had out-organized the Organizer-In-Chief.  Democrats were not going to take this sitting down. Newton’s third law of motion states: “When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to that of the first body.” So Democrats got started using the tools available to them.  We know now that a number of prominent Democrats like Carl Levin had already begun pressuring government agencies to investigate those nefarious tea...

Don’t Mess With Texas

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 in Politics | 0 comments

Everything is bigger in Texas– except the government, unemployment rate, and taxes. The state has no personal income tax, comparatively few regulations on business, and the dollar in general just seems to go a little farther. In contrast from the days of the Dust Bowl, people are fleeing the bankrupt cities of California for the hopes of a fresh start in Texas. With so many great things going for the state, who would really want things to change? Enter the Democratic Party. Texas has been seen as the Republican Party’s safety net. As the largest Republican controlled state and with the second most votes in the electoral college, Texas is...

The Servant and the Master

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 in Politics | 0 comments

There once was a servant who had a master. The master was kind and spent his days caring for his business. The master told his servant, “I’m a busy man. I do not need you to take care of me, but to secure the fence, the property, and the road; so that I may conduct business and care for my family.” The servant vowed to do this with a simple sum. All was well, until one day the servant said, “Master, to maintain the grounds I must manage the smithy, for without adequate smithery, the grounds will not be safe.” The master said, “Then by all means, you must also...

Motown – Dead Ahead! Keep Left!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Politics | 0 comments

  If there’s anything to be learned from the downfall of Motown, the former jewel of American free enterprise, it’s that we need more unfettered government interference in our nation and its cities, right?   Or not! But this is what we’re hearing now – it’s the market’s fault. Clearly though, that’s just an excuse. Something else must be going on here, because somehow – absent any kind of government coercion, regulation, redistribution, or health-care program – Detroit came to be in the first place. Absent government control, the automobile industry sprang forth. Absent government regulation, the city developed. Absent government health-care programs, many people came to have health-care....

CLA Radio 08/09/13: Detroit

Posted by on Aug 5, 2013 in Conservative LA Radio, For Tribbles, Radio | 0 comments

The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday, 08/09, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will be about the once great city of Detroit. Since Generalissimo has been on vacation (and the Aftershow has been on a brief hiatus), I thought the Tribbles might be missing the lunatics at MSNBC (believe it or not, on the subject of Detroit, they’re even more insane than usual), so they are prominently featured, along with some of the great music that has come out of Detroit. Hope you can stop by, listen to the show, and join us in chat… Spoiler set list: Bobby Bare: Detroit City Audio Clip: Art Laffer...

Racial Grievance-Monger in Chief

Posted by on Jul 25, 2013 in Politics | 0 comments

It’s always a great day when the President of the United States shoehorns himself into a local law enforcement issue in order to gin up racial resentment.   It was bad enough back in March of 2012 when Obama said, “If I had a son … he’d look a lot like Trayvon.” Now, he has waded in even further by claiming that 35 years ago, Trayvon could have been him. That is a complete crock: Barack Obama, far from being a child of the civil rights struggle who had to “work twice as hard to get ahead because of his skin color”, is a child of privilege and a...

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