FAQ: The Paris Protocol

What Is the Paris Protocol? The Paris Protocol is an international climate change agreement that will be negotiated among United Nations member states between November 30 and December 11, 2015, at the 21st annual session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The agreement commits U.N. member states to enact laws to…

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Yes! Let the Shutdown Happen!

government shutdown

Republicans in Washington look for reasons not to oppose Obama and the Democrats in Congress.  They seem to think any fight you aren’t likely to win isn’t a fight worth having.  I have said countless times, that one political party has no principles, while the other only pretends to have them.  This is a case…

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Big Lies in the Age of Deceit

There is a good reason why Americans have lost faith in our institutions.  Here are some of the reasons. Elizabeth Warren’s dubious ancestry A blonde haired, blue eyed woman from New England claims native American Indian heritage and uses it to gain preferential consideration for entry to America’s top Ivy League university. [youtube=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rau0A5w3OVI”]    …

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Still think Trump’s a Conservative?

Trump unveils his tax plan

Donald Trump announced his tax plan today after a 60 Minutes interview where he reiterated his support for universal health care. Universal health care is more socialistic than Obamacare.  It has never been attempted in a country as large and complex as the United States.  The closest thing we have to it is Medicare, which…

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What I learned last week

In the last week, I learned a few things. I learned that the Pope is a committed leftist, but his rhetoric is a whole lot softer than I was originally led to believe. I learned that the media will overdose us on Pope dope and interrupt regular programming with rooftop camera shots of the Papal…

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Fiorina: Planned Parenthood a ‘Political Slush Fund’ on Top of Butchery

by Pam Key27 Sep 20150 Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” during an interview with host Chuck Todd, Republican presidential candidate and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina stood by her opposition to Planned Parenthood. Fiorina said, “This is not about being pro-life or pro-choice. It’s certainly not about birth control. It’s not even about women’s…

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Gavel Battle: Boehner resignation sparks House leadership scramble

House Speaker John Boehner’s stunning announcement that he will resign his post and seat in Congress sparked chaos on Capitol Hill Friday, with lawmakers immediately jockeying for position ahead of the upcoming reshuffle.  “This is going to be a barn burner of a leadership election,” one source said.  The 13-term Ohio Republican shocked his GOP…

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Bitter Truce: Fox News’ Ailes ‘Furious’ at National Review’s Rich Lowry for Forcing Fox to Cede ‘Moral High Ground’ to Donald Trump

The Fox News Channel’s top executive, Roger Ailes, is “furious” at the National Review’s editor Rich Lowry for using foul language in an attack on GOP frontrunner billionaire Donald Trump on Wednesday evening, Breitbart News has learned. An individual with knowledge of these matters told Breitbart News that Ailes is “furious” at Lowry for saying…

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Comment: Pope Francis and a Shameless Congress

Pope Francis made his speech before the House and Senate today, delivering it without any major surprises. At the outset of this historic event, the focus for me was House Speaker Boehner, who appeared to be overcome with emotion listening to the Pontiff.  I am not kidding.  John Boehner was crying during the Pope’s speech.…

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Not all Popes are great

No offense here.  Popes are human.  Their infallibility refers only to the Church doctrine.  John Paul II was a truly great man.  Brilliant, pious and an agent for change by merely being a figure standing for human dignity.  And simply by doing so, JP2 became a pope for the ages.  Some want to grant him…

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