What a classic piece of misdirection! The real message, the one underlying his article, is delivered subtly and effectively.
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Alexander needs to be bounced from the ring. Kane the wrestler might just be man enough to do it.
This is a story that isn’t going away any time soon. Positive ramifications will continue to develop.
Furman is one in a long line of Keynesian interventionists who control financial policy in this country. He’s a clone, more like a star-trooper from Star Wars: logic, facts, history, failure – these don’t matter. It’s the implementation of government control that’s the goal. Furman will work to advance it.
The difference between these two Lauras is quite remarkable. That difference helped me discern who is more credible.
Portland, a city not especially known for its embracing of conservative values, voted last week to reject a plan proposed by the city commission, to fluoridate its water. Those voters decided the risks of fluoridation were just too great. They are definitely not alone.
Polls taken by the prostitute press aren’t to be trusted. Rasmussen has a closer feel for what people really think.
These investigations will likely have a long term benefit, even if nothing happens to the miscreants: the credibility of big government will continue its slide.
The Census Bureau reveals some unsettling demographic changes, along with some good news.
I expected Beck to talk at least a little bit about the backgrounds and motivations of the “controllists” who are promoting the myths about guns. I will have to look elsewhere for that.