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Category Archives: Neighbor Invading Government

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Liberal journalists suggest government shut down Fox News -- Jonathan Strong, The Daily Caller

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America’s Ruling Class… And the Perils of Revolution -- Angelo M. Codevilla, American Spectator

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Carnahan Drops Prices For Obama Event -- Reid Wilson, Hotline On Call

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New Jersey Governor Defies Political Expectations -- Richard Perez-Pena, New York Times

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ACORN: The Pretense of Caring — Anita Moncrief

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“Joe the Plumber” sues over Ohio records probe — AP

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Deception at Core of Obama Plans — Charles Krauthammer, RealClearPolitics

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Atlas Shrugged: From Fiction to Fact in 52 Years — Stephen Moore, WSJ.com

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The night we waved goodbye to America… our last best hope on Earth — Peter Hitchens, UK Daily Mail

This article is quite melancholy, but hard to argue with.

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An excerpt from “To Sail beyond the Sunset”, by Robert A. Heinlein

“The America of my time is a laboratory example of what can happen to democracies, what has happened to all perfect democracies throughout all histories. A perfect democracy, a ‘warm body’ democracy, in which every adult may vote and in which all votes count equally, has no internal feedback for self-correction. Once a state extends [...]

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Why Martin Luther King Was Republican — Frances Rice, Human Events

Of course this only makes sense given the history of the Civil War, but for some reason reading this took me aback. Some residual public school/media conditioning still held some slight sway, I guess. With this, there’s less now than there was yesterday.

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Want Real Change? Quit Nominating Lawyers! — Victor Davis Hanson, Townhall.com

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The List: The World’s Most Dangerous Gangs — Foreign Policy Magazine

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Sweet Seventeen — Ari, The Edge of the American West

“On this day in 1913, the Seventeenth Amendment was ratified, providing for the direct election of Senators…”

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Wisconsin 2004: “The reports of more ballots cast than voters recorded were found to be true.” — Jim Geraghty, The Campaign Spot on National Review Online

See Also: Wisconsin’s Voter Fraud Report Ought To Be National News

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Taliban wants cell phone networks shut down at night — Jacqui Cheng, Ars Technica

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Behind Enemy Lines With a Suburban Counterterrorist — Jack Hitt, Wired Magazine

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Bush orders new crackdown on U.S. border
— Mike Allen, Politico.com

It’s about freakin’ time. There is a lot of broken trust to be recovered in these matters. Example: The new Bush immigration enforcement plan: Color me underwhelmed — Michelle Malkin

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Geeks against Jihad — Max Boot, contentions

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Robbing the Rich to Give to the Richest
— Lynne Munson, Inside Higher Ed

“…Higher education endowments also are growing much faster than private foundations. The value of college and university endowments skyrocketed 17.7 percent last year, while private foundation assets increased 7.8 percent. Just 3.3 percent of the increase in academic endowments is attributable to new gifts. Most of the gain is a result of stingy, outdated endowment [...]