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In the movie Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Shia LaBeouf’s character, Jacob Moore, asks Josh Brolin’s character, Bretton James, how much money would be enough for him to end his career and settle down. His answer: More. These days, the liberal establishment seems to have … Continue reading

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Liberals and Conservatives; Cats and Dogs

I’m testing out a hypothesis I have made. Please indulge my curiosity.

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Political Orientation Poll

It’s been nearly ten months since I started this blog, and I wanted to get a sense for what type of audience I have. My hypothesis is that most readers are in the moderate range (both liberal and conservative), but … Continue reading

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African-Americans Not Doing So Well Under the First African-American President

In 2008, buoyed by promises of hope and change, 95% of African-American voters cast a ballot for then-Presidential candidate Obama. Nearly three years later, they have been rewarded with plenty of change, but with more hopelessness than hope. In an article he … Continue reading

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Stewart Takes on O’Reilly

I missed this interview by about three days, but I thought I would post it here because it is so surreal. Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly could not be any more different. A very bizarre interview, but entertaining, nevertheless.

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Born Fighting: Entertaining Account of How Scots-Irish Shaped America

Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish Shaped America is Senator Jim Webb’s historical account of how the Scots-Irish ethnic group has strongly influenced the American character. It provides a comprehensive history starting as far back as the Celtic migration from Central Europe to the … Continue reading

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Righteous Indignation: Entertains and Rallies the Troops

Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World is Andrew Breitbart’s rallying cry to conservatives to fight against the institutional left and the liberally-biased mainstream media. It provides entertaining anecdotal accounts of hypocrisy among liberal institutions (e.g., ACORN) and the media. It also provides detailed … Continue reading

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The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

I decided to break from tradition and to publish something a little less serious. I put together this little video using a program called xtranormal. It is satire on what many left bloggers write and think about conservatives. Huffington Post … Continue reading

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