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About Those Inversions…

My colleague, Conservative Wanderer, rightly chides the administration for their populist rhetoric regarding tax inversions after having helped Delphi to do the same in the Great Detroit Meltdown. Having done so, I can’t resist a reblog on the subject in

Posted in Domestic Policy, Labor and unions, Obama Administration, Tax policy

Tea Party “Loses”

The MSM is crowing today about Pat Roberts winning his primary over Milton Wolf in Kansas. I linked Politico, but it’s everywhere: The Republican establishment’s latest triumph over tea party activists in a Senate primary this year — Pat Roberts’

Posted in Election 2014, Republican Party

MSM At It Again

Honestly, I’ve never been able to tell if Big Media is so out of touch with reality they can’t see the truth, or if the mere thought is so horrible to contemplate they block it out to save their sanity,

Posted in Election 2014, Media bias, Republican Party

CBC and DCCC at Odds Over Florida Redistricting

Congressional Black Caucus Chairwoman Marcia Fudge (D-OH) sent a letter to the DCCC last week protesting their suit over the Florida redistricting. DCCC had challenged the Florida map in the hopes of whittling down the Republican majority in the House.

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Posted in Elections, House of Representatives, Race relations

Democrats Getting Desperate?

Politico is up today– running in the lede position– with a couple of stories I wonder about; if perhaps they begin to show increasing Democrat desperation. The first describes the President’s new-found appreciation for the White House Press Corps. Mr.

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Posted in Democratic Party, Election 2014, Media bias

House Republicans (Finally) Pass Border Bill; Senate Democrats Vacation While Children Die

Well, it took a little doing, but my prediction finally came true. The House managed to pass a Border Supplemental Bill, days late, far short of the money the President asked for, and jammed to overflowing with conservative red meat.

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Posted in Democratic Party, Domestic Policy, House of Representatives, Immigration, Republican Party, Senate

RE: Analysis: Halbig v. Burwell

Just a quick update; as I predicted, the losers in the 4th Circuit’s King v. Burwell dismissal have today appealed the case to the Supreme Court. There is nothing surprising or unexpected in this; it is standard procedure in the

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Posted in Courts

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