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Bill, Hillary Used $1.5 Million in Midterm Travel Expenses to Stump for Failed Candidates

Cortney O’Brien,   The average voter will be happy to know that the Clintons used over  $1.5 million this midterm election to campaign for failed Democratic hopefuls. Democratic campaigns and political committees shelled out this exorbitant amount of money for the political duo to use private jets and the like to make speeches that, according to […] Read More →

Markets: U.S. Crude oil low, at $55 a barrel

 U.S. crude oil futures bounced up off a 5-1/2-year low on Tuesday, and hovered around $55 a barrel in volatile trading near that price, with U.S. options set to expire later in the day. Global benchmark Brent crude also pared losses after plumbing a July 2009 low below $59, but Brent remained stuck below $60 […] Read More →

John Hawkins: 20 Things Liberalism Is….

Liberalism is… 1) ….idiots who think the police can keep us safe from criminals without ever accidentally hurting thugs who are resisting them and think the CIA can get information out of terrorists by giving them lattes, fluffing their pillows, and hugging them until they give in. 2) ….encouraging sexually deviant behavior at every turn, […] Read More →

The $1.1T bill: School lunches, light bulbs, pot

 School kids, truckers, marijuana smokers and fans of old-fashioned light bulbs are among millions of Americans with something extra riding on passage of a giant spending bill needed to keep the government running. The $1.1 trillion approved Saturday night by the Senate and sent to President Barack Obama is mostly spending choices, such as adding […] Read More →

Facebook Dumps Microsoft

 Back in 2007, Microsoft invested $240 million in Facebook for a 1.6 percent stake. It valued Facebook at $15 billion, and everybody laughed. Now, Facebook is worth over $200 billion, and that little investment turns out to be the best-performing equity investment Steve Ballmer ever made as CEO of Microsoft.  Microsoft sold some of its […] Read More →

Pat Buchanan: Jonathan Gruber: Honest Liberal

 Brought before a House inquisition, MIT professor and Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber burbled a recantation of his beliefs about how that triumph of liberalism had been achieved. Yet, something needs to be said in defense of Gruber. For while he groveled and confessed to the sin of arrogance, what this Ivy League con artist boasted […] Read More →

Hiring, Cheaper Fuel Give U.S. Retailers a Boost: Economy

Shoppers basking in the glow of falling fuel prices and rising employment are opening their wallets, paying new dividends for the U.S. economic expansion in the midst of the holiday season. Retail sales rose 0.7 percent in November, the most in eight months, as consumers snapped up electronics, clothing and furniture, according to Commerce Department […] Read More →

An Open Letter to Liberal CEOs

Michael Hausam,  Dear Mr. [Name and Company Withheld],  Obviously, I am not a major investor nor am I anyone of influence, but via the mutual fund my retirement account is invested in, I’m an owner of your company. After receiving your recent “attention shareholders” letter, I’m formally accepting your invitation for “welcome feedback.” In the […] Read More →

Three new ways government threatens to tax the internet – as soon as Thursday

Perhaps the only thing government loves more than spending our money – is taking it. The spending has long since passed absurdly astronomical levels.  The Feds alone spend about $4 TRILLION a year.  Governments in total are spending about 36% of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – everything everyone in the nation combined creates. As we know, government […] Read More →

Ten ways the Mafia and Islam are similar

Raymond Ibrahim,  During a debate on HBO’s Real Time last October, host Bill Maher declared that Islam is “the only religion that acts like the mafia, that will f***ing kill you if you say the wrong thing, draw the wrong picture, or write the wrong book.”  Maher was apparently referring to Islam’s “blasphemy” laws, which […] Read More →