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RE: Texas Governor Perry Indicted

To expand a bit on my colleague’s post, and speaking as a Texan, this has been brewing for a while. The events described– yes, they actually occurred– are now a year old, or better. The indictment involves, essentially, intimidation of

Posted in Courts, Domestic Policy

What’s The Matter With Racism?

Is it just me, or has anybody else noticed that, despite the best efforts of Big Media, the race-mongers like Al Sharpton and all their racist fellow travelers in the Democrat party, the public fervor over the mess in Ferguson,

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Trouble Brewing On Team Blue?

Mike Lillis over at The Hill is up today with a piece on communications troubles between the House Democrats and the President’s team (h/t Conservative Wanderer), which has started me to wondering if we’re beginning to see the formation of

Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, House of Representatives, Obama Administration

RE: Obama Adopts Regime Change Goal in Iraq

My collegue Conservative Wanderer is perfectly correct: it will be interesting to see how the Left reacts to all this; they must hate it like poison. I’m not sure they have anybody sufficiently well connected to geopolitics to understand it’s

Posted in Foreign Policy, Middle East

What Do We Want In Iraq?

Does the Obama Doctrine buy us anything? For the record, I’m taking this as the Obama Doctrine: “When we face a situation like we do on that mountain — with innocent people facing the prospect of violence on a horrific

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Posted in ISIS, National Defense & Security, Obama Administration, Terrorism, War on Terror

War In Iraq, The Sequel

Early this morning, two Navy F/A-18 Hornets off the carrier USS George H. W. Bush attacked an ISIS mobile howitzer (howitzer: short-barreled artillery piece, with less range than a “gun,” but capable of high-angle fire to loft shells over an

Posted in ISIS, Middle East, National Defense & Security, Obama Administration, Terrorism, War on Terror

IRS Wins First Match in Lerner Emails Case

Yesterday, Judge Reggie Walton of the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia said plaintiffs True the Vote have failed to show they or their legal case would suffer “irreparable harm” by failing to grant an injunction requiring IRS

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