Daily Archives: April 26, 2013

Are You Ready To Pay A Flu Vaccine Tax?

Yes, and it’s “bipartisan” (via The Lonely Conservative) (The Weekly Standard) Congress is preparing to take action on a bipartisan proposal to raise taxes on flu vaccines. This is not a tax on the wealthy, but rather on a broad swath of Americans, or at least those who choose to be immunized against the flu. In February, […]

Sierra Club Comes Out In Favor Of Amnesty For “Environmental Reasons”

It’s funny how so many “climate change” believers tend to espouse the same political views as hard core leftists, isn’t it? (Grist) It was notable when Bill McKibben of 350.org and Philip Radford of Greenpeace recently came out in support of immigration-reform legislation. But it’s really notable that the Sierra Club has now joined them. […]

If All You See…

…is a horrendous flooded drought world, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Bookworm Room, with a post on bullying by schools.

Noted 1%er Complains About Policy Benefiting 1%

Nope, not Obama this time. It’s Paul Krugman, who never met a Big Government spending scheme he didn’t like. He starts out by whining about “austerity” and saying it has failed, because we’ve had just so darned much! You know, with the ever increasing government expenditures, the massive Stimulus, son of Stimulus, 2nd cousin twice […]

OFA Launches Campaign To Attack Climate Realists In Congress

The totally independent from Obama (snicker) group Organizing For Action continues the Neverending Campaign (UK Guardian) The campaign group formed to support Barack Obama’s political agenda has launched an initiative to shame members of Congress who deny the science behind climate change. In an email to supporters on Thursday, Organizing for Action said it was […]

GOP Challenges DHS On Ammo Purchases

I haven’t really touched on the massive ammo purchases made by the Department Of groping people letting criminal illegal aliens go deeming Conservatives terrorists Homeland Security over the past 2 years or more. So much of what was out there seemed to be more in the way of conspiracy theories. I’m not particularly concerned with […]

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