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Obama’s green addiction ripping us off, again

When we hear the words “jet fuel,” we tend to think in terms of exotic, volatile mixtures, something akin to that which sends top fuel dragsters roaring […]

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Help, GOP! Save us from Obama’s incompetence

After winning the Democratic presidential primary, Barack Obama told a St. Paul, Minn., audience, “I am absolutely certain that generations from now, we will be able to look back […]

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Political correctness takes all the joy out of giving

The joy of Christmas and Hanukkah is expressed in the giving, not the receiving. There are always those to whom we’re expected to give gifts, such as […]

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Obama ramps up class warfare with ‘fair share’ baloney

On Tuesday, President Obama addressed a crowd in Osawatomie, Kan., purportedly on the state of the economy. It was intended to be reminiscent of one given 100 […]

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Green energy no match for oil industry in pumping out jobs

Last week’s end-of-month job report, on the surface, sounded optimistic. About 120,000 private-sector jobs were added to the economy, dropping the unemployment rate to 8.6 percent. The […]

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America’s crisis of accountability

Our nation is suffering a crisis of accountability. My first job after law school was working for a talented criminal lawyer named Andy. He loved the rough […]

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Big Macs vs Occupy Wall Street

My friend Paul recently sent me an article titled, “15 facts about McDonald’s that will blow your mind.” Included was the revelation that the restaurant chain’s $24 billion […]

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Thanksgiving thoughts, 2011

Every time we open the newspaper or watch the evening news, we’re bombarded with accounts of corruption, financial woes (this is hardly just of late), even child […]

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The UN wants your guns

Six months ago, I posted a blog here called, “Gunfight at the Credo Corral.” In it, I described our Second Amendment right to bear arms as both […]

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Obama no profile in courage

Five years before he was elected president, John F. Kennedy wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Profiles in Courage,” which described acts of political courage performed by eight American […]

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Coast Guardsmen, our forgotten veterans

Question:  Why aren’t Coast Guardsmen required to know how to swim? Answer:  Because if their boat sinks, they can simply wade to shore. Yeah, funny, I know. […]

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EPA drunk on power

On June 22, 1969, America received a wake-up call on the state of its environment. On that otherwise lazy Sunday afternoon, Cleveland, Ohio’s Cuyahoga River caught fire. A […]

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