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Happy May…er… Labor Day

“Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” – Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals The 44th President of the United States appears to have that rule down pat. In advance of a major Occupy rally planned for Tuesday, … Continue reading

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Were You Missing Them Yet?

The human excrement parade was back on display this weekend in the People’s Republic of California and in the Big Apple. Occupy Oakland protesters descended upon City Hall for a two-day clash that was highlighted by several hundred arrests on … Continue reading

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Still Occupying…and Allergic to Working and Bathing

Newsflash: Communists are still finding useful idiots. When did the Occupy Wall Street movement start and why are these hygenically-challenged, Moms’ basement-dwelling slackers still around? Perhaps the Liberal-leaning wiki.answers.com can lend some insight.

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OWS Strikes Back: Lenin Would be Proud

The year is 1903, The Russian Social Democratic Party is meeting in London. All the intellectuals in their party have been arguing since the end of the 1800′s as to the direction the party should take. One year earlier, in … Continue reading

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Assessing Occupy Wall Street From the Left

By Guest Blogger Greg Caggiano The other day, somebody asked me, “What do you think of the Occupy Wall Street movement?” The only answer that I could offer was that I did not care, and have been intentionally not following … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

“If they really want a bright future for this country, it’s capitalism that will provide it, not government.” That’s what Peter Schiff told Princeton University Professor Cornell West last night in a heated debate on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360. They … Continue reading

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Obama: Still a Community Organizer

Last Tuesday, in an interview with ABC’s Jake Tapper, President Barack Hussein Obama had nothing but praise for the astroturfed “Occupy” Protesters, who have not-so-spontaneously popped up across the country, howling against capitalism as they tweet on their I-phones:

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Christie: OWS and Tea Party Pretty Much Same Thing

Okay, so he didn’t use those exact words, but his recent comments fit that particular pair of shoes with little room to spare and, in the process, further split the seams of the threadbare Reagan suit he has worn since … Continue reading

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The Idea-less Generation

Clueless Liberals Doing Unsuccessful Things. By now, you’ve heard that New York Mayor “Gutless” Michael Bloomberg did not clean up either the park or the, by now, rancid hippies yesterday. That’s a shame.  Because, it turns out that those protesters … Continue reading

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Sorbet for the Mind

At the end of a long day that more often than not involves wrestling with the demons of ignorance and the gremlins of stupidity, your mind is funky with an aftertaste of liberalism so fetid it would gag a barn … Continue reading

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