Compare and contrast people: First, tax cheats are bad people. Tax cheats steal from us all. Every dollar they save in tax from these tricks is a dollar we have to pay, borrow, or cut – a dollar we don’t get to spend on schools, hospitals and state houses. The government should make these companies… Continue reading Idiot/Savant – “those poor, poor, cheats”
A picture is worth a thousand words, but about whom?
The saying is “A picture is worth a thousand words”. I agree. I think this picture illustrates quite nicely just how unhinged the left are. Even stupider, Idiot is on record on his blog making the most outlandish excuse for another piece of legislation which allows a government department to not just spy on, but to utterly destroy… Continue reading A picture is worth a thousand words, but about whom?
Question: if someone has never bothered with moral standards, is it hypocrisy when they point out that other have failed to live up to theirs? Inspiration for this though here.
Good article by Glenn Peoples on a study that found same-sex partners did not make the best parents. Glenn examines some of the criticism of the author. Look through the list of factors that David Sessions (the author of the above article). These are listed as things that Gays and Lesbians should be alarmed by when seeing… Continue reading Mark Regnerus
The Greens are Hip
‘Ocrats that is. NZ Pundit pulls them apart. Green MP Sue Kedgley said that, apart from a publicity trip last week, she had used the train three times in recent years to go to Ohakune. Here’s the thing – if it’s ok for Green MPs to not use “environmentally friendly” stuff like trains when it’s… Continue reading The Greens are Hip
A Few International Items
Michelle Malkin reports on Ramadan riots in Europe and the lack of MSM coverage thereof. She also points out the hypocrisy of the left: 1. Democrats release select part of classified report that make the Iraq report look bad. 2. President Bush then releases other parts of the report, excluding stuff that can’t be owing… Continue reading A Few International Items
Campbell Live & Close Up tonight
Watched Campbell Live, as they were promising interviews with both leaders. Then found Close Up were offering a head to head – think I caught most of it. Campbell Live got separate interview with each. Naturally, each blamed each other. Helen also got off a good shot about “big money” “buying policies”. Someone please tell… Continue reading Campbell Live & Close Up tonight
NZ Politics Today
Whale Oil is right, the gloves are off. Labour has the cheek to say on National TV “stop the tittle-tattle, and call the dogs off”. They have already and Clark dismissed it. Unfortunately for her, it wasn’t a public pulling back, it was private. This, in my opinion, gives it much more credibility Don Brash… Continue reading NZ Politics Today
Gotta love this title!
Patterico does have some great headlines 🙂 Mind, the LA times does ask for it something cronic. “That Terrible Program We Opposed Before Is Underfunded!“
NZ Herald – Canvas and Feminism
Getting my Herald Saturday morning and opening it up, out falls Canvas as per usual. Which reminds me of a article some weeks ago about a modern feminist. When asked about the relevance of feminism, she gave 3 reasons why it was still needed. 1. Rape 2. Domestic Violence 3. Advertising. Ok, first of all… Continue reading NZ Herald – Canvas and Feminism