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The recent spate of court rulings against the Obama administration show that American justice, while moving excruciatingly slowly, is still possible. If the courts continue to do their job, the Obama administration may likely be considered by future historians as the most corrupt since Warren G. Harding.
The fundamental flaw with Tanner's argument - he poses Tea Partiers as "anti immigration" when they in fact oppose *illegal* immigration. A significant point that he misrepresents, one can suppose, on purpose.
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Hillary’s Book Tour From Hell

wordkyle Wrote: Jun 15, 2014 7:10 AM
"Let's hope the American people are not that dumb." That's the funniest thing I've read in a long time.
It's notable that pundits call attention to how the Republican establishment, with control of the machinery and essentially unlimited resources, is winning "most" of its races this year...against a Tea Party movement that's barely four years old. It's like saying an NFL team is winning "most" of its games against a high school.
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Libertarians Versus Conservatives

wordkyle Wrote: Jun 11, 2014 1:14 PM
You're referring to "our trade with China" as it applies *now*. Haven't we already seen how Putin treats Europe? If they don't do what he wants diplomatically, he starts threatening their oil supply. Expand that to a future where Russia and/or China control the trade shipping lanes and also the trade policies of a number of the other countries that we trade with. Do you doubt that if in such a case the U.S. displeased them that they would use strong arm trading techniques? As I said initially, Liberals and Libertarians seem to agree that other countries will play nice if we don't provoke them. That ignores reality.
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Libertarians Versus Conservatives

wordkyle Wrote: Jun 11, 2014 7:58 AM
Stossel's argument is basically like the Liberals; i.e., If the U.S. doesn't "provoke" our enemies, then we don't need to worry about them. We've seen how a weak American military presence emboldened Russia and China to begin their expansionist ambitions. When our not-allies take over control of the majority of the world militarily because America only "defends" itself (presumably when attacked militarily?) how will that affect our ability to trade with the rest of the world? Couldn't they just squeeze us to death economically? Our recent efforts have been unsuccessful, but Stossel's argument is not the answer.
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No Landslide for the GOP

wordkyle Wrote: May 16, 2014 1:00 PM
Hugh Hewitt put it best several years ago: "If it's not close, they can't cheat."
"it's easier to allude to such events than to explain them.' - A total and thorough vivisection of what passes for most "political debate" today. From "the 2000 presidential election" to "Halliburton" to "the Koch brothers," Liberals use shorthand self-created fairy tales in place of thought-out, reasonable points. That Hansen -- who I have a lot of respect for -- falls to the level of using this tactic, even in skewering the contemptible Harry Reid, is a disappointment.
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NBC's Cognitive Dissonant Hack Syndrome

wordkyle Wrote: Apr 23, 2014 10:25 AM
Michelle Malkin's problem is that she doesn't know how to express her feelings. Ms. Malkin, why don't you tell readers how you *really* feel about David Gregory?
It should say "out of 100 *pregnant* women."
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