Monthly Archives: July 2014

Conservatarianism?

“…is “conservatarianism” a new, tech-minded branch of libertarianism, or is it the same old philosophy with a shiny new buzzword? The term seems to be just another addition to the lexicon of political flavors—are you a techno-utopian, a Randian idealist, … Continue reading

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Cheer Up!

“… little kiddies … we need to cheer up. You and I can’t curl up in the fetal position and wet our big diaper since things seem bad right now, because that’s exactly what the enemies of our nation would like … Continue reading

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PULP FICTION FOR A DIGITAL AGE

“…Conservatives’ discovery of Liberty Island comes at a good time. The online publisher of “right brain” fiction embraces conservatism in the best sense; not a series of policy prescriptions but a preservation of that worth keeping. The relegation of stories to the … Continue reading

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Krauthammer on Moral Clarity in Gaza

Israel accepts an Egyptian-proposed Gaza cease-fire;Hamas keeps firing. Hamas deliberately aims rockets at civilians; Israel painstakingly tries to avoid them, actually telephoning civilians in the area and dropping warning charges, so-called roof knocking. “Here’s the difference between us,” explains the Israeli prime … Continue reading

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A New Feint by the Environmentalist Wacko Left

You are really going to love this one… “…Rather, it’s pretty terrifying. It’s not as though the plastic we put into the ocean is simply resolving itself. Instead, it’s likely that as it breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces, … Continue reading

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Why I Do Not “FaceBook”

“…The same math that researchers use to control swarms of drones can be used, in theory, to control you on social media… Military social network research has been ongoing over the past decade as part of the DOD’s efforts to … Continue reading

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Indignity Heaped

“the recent surge has so overwhelmed officials that they are cutting corners in background checks, meaning some children are turned over to parents who cannot provide for them or, in the worst of cases, could be endangering them… Read more…

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The Pathogens are Coming…

“Inside the government, officials are sounding alarms, fearing that they and their teams who come in contact with the sick children face potential exposure to infectious diseases from chicken pox to influenza, including rare cases of H1N1, more commonly called … Continue reading

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Just Shoot Them?

“…There is a way to deal with the children, teenagers, and adults who are crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico into the United States. Shoot them…” Read more…

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Vaccinated?

“…The truth is that unvaccinated children with communicable diseases rampant in the third world are being catapulted into centers of populations and will inevitably infect unvaccinated American children first…” Read more…

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