April 22, 2014

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Questioning Obama’s Manhood is Now —– You Guessed It. So Racist.

I am going to totally disprove this assertion made by Paul Rosenberg at Salon: Questioning Obama’s masculinity isn’t just racist, it’s wrong Obama foreign policy’s rooted in successful realist tradition. Questioning his manhood is rooted in white supremacy Faced with this reality, the GOP has no choice. No matter how riddled with contradictions it may […]

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April 21, 2014

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Does Technology Reduce Crime or Increase It?

So Much Temptation Google scans our email both when messages are stored on Google’s servers and when they are in transit. Facebook can’t stop prying either.   Have you posted a photo lately on the site, only to have it instantly recognized (tagged) for you? Everyone wants to buy a drone company for obvious reasons […]

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April 21, 2014

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Paxton and Patrick Now on Defense

Paxton & Patrick were top vote getters in their March 4th primary races About a month out from the May 27 run-off, Dan Patrick and Ken Paxton are feeling some heat.  Patrick is being pummeled by Dewhurst in a TV ad (I caught it last night) focused on his business bankruptcy some 30 years ago.  According […]

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April 17, 2014

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Quico Canseco Uses Donations to Pay Back Personal Campaign Loans

I’m not exactly sure what the interest rate is on my savings account but I am exactly sure that it is not anywhere near 5%. What about you? What rate of return are you getting? I guess it pays to be the banker. From the San Antonio Express News “Canseco Using Donations to Retire Debt“: […]

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April 17, 2014

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Patrick Had Facts, Castro Had Emotions in Tuesday’s Immigration Debate

Tuesday’s debate on immigration between Texas Lt. Governor candidate State Sen. Dan Patrick and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro was well worth the time. Going into it, I was skeptical. I couldn’t see an upside for Patrick. Held at Univision studios with a largely hostile audience in Mayor Castro’s hometown, and Evan Smith (not exactly conservative) as moderator. […]

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April 16, 2014

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Cantor and Obama Stage Award Winning Kabuki Theater Performance

No worries dude, I got your back. There is absolutely no doubt. Cantor is worried about re-election. Majority Leader Cantor took a phone call from the President about immigration today. Supposedly it offended Cantor so much he “blasted” the President in a “blistering” statement after: “After five years, President Obama still has not learned how […]

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April 15, 2014

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There’s a Poisonous Plant in the RPV Garden

But friendship is precious, not only in the shade, but in the sunshine of life, and thanks to a benevolent arrangement the greater part of life is sunshine. ~Thomas Jefferson Sunshine makes things grow There is a poisonous plant in the RPV garden that needs to be pulled. The establishment hacks, the labor union lawyers, the […]

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April 15, 2014

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June 10th Will Be a Great Day to Grow the RPV

Big news over at The Bull Elephant blog.  No Democrat filed to run against Eric Cantor in November, so the Democrats have canceled their nominating convention.   The Republican Primary is JUNE 10, and it is now the “only race in town for the 7th Congressional District” per blogger Jamie Radtke. This news has some interesting (and […]

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April 14, 2014

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Roots of Liberty, Unlocking the Federalist Papers

I recently ordered my personal set of Roots of Liberty, Unlocking the Federalist Papers now available on Amazon. My friend Tim Donner, Founder and President of One Generation Away, is behind the book, the first in the Roots of Liberty series put together by constitutional experts as part of the organization’s Cornerstone Project. Writes Donner in […]

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April 14, 2014

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The Big Immigration Debate Between Dan Patrick and Julian Castro Set for Tomorrow

Have the Tylenol ready. Patrick vs. Castro Showdown I’m still not convinced this is a smart decision by Patrick but, oh well.  The long awaited face-off between San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro and State. Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, is scheduled to air on Univision, Tuesday (that’s tomorrow!) April 15. Patrick issued the debate challenge to Castro back in January when the Mayor trolled […]

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April 13, 2014

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Chicken Little Won’t Debate Unless Cocky Locky Tells Him to

A combination of favorite children’s books.** ———————————————- Chapter 8 Chicken Little  played with his yo-yo, up and down, up and down, went the string. One day, a piece of wood fell on his head. “The sky is falling, the sky is falling!” cried Chicken Little, as he squawked running to Cocky Locky for help. “Look here, I […]

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April 12, 2014

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The Feds are Holding Kids Responsible for Parents’ 35 Year Old Social Security Overpayment; UPDATED It Happened to My Friend, too; UPDATED Social Security Admin Reverses Course After PR Nightmare

This is Justice? Let’s explore the hypocrisy of the feds going after the children of people who received Social Security overpayments as long as 35 years ago. The children likely had no idea that overpayments were made…..and the overpayments were the fault of the government, not their parent recipients.  Allahpundit at HotAir calls it a Shakedown: […]

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