Approximate numbers of people butchered and maimed by Islamic assholes by year.
(by Nov 13 2018)
2018: 10,071/ 10,213

2017: 16,386 / 14,360
2016: 21,413 / 26,730
2015: 27,588 / 26,136
2014: 32,862 / 27,522
2013: 16,774 / 29,577
2012: 11,546 / 20,254
2011: 9,086 / 16,921
2010: 9,233 / 17,461
2009: 9,176/ 18,612
2008: 10,798 / 18,088
2007: 20,478 / 27,317
2006: 15,245 / 19,496
2005: 7,625 / 12,855
2004: 7,166 / 14,574

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February 7, 2010

» Green Government

You may not recognize the name John Rapanos, but officials know him well. Some consider him a vile criminal worthy of prison and millions in fines. Did he murder someone? No. Did he steal billions to bail out his buddies in the financial industry, as politicians have from us? No.

Rapanos is a developer guilty of “mov[ing] sand from one end of his property to the other,” according to Judge Lawrence Zatkoff of the Federal District Court in Michigan [who sentenced Rapanos to 200 hours of community service, 3 years probation and fined $185,000

Unfortunately, all we can say for sure is that recycling is extremely expensive and inconvenient — and that government’s mandates to recycle destroy liberty while empowering the State. But whether recycling actually helps save the Earth depends on how we interpret the data. Which is, to put it mildly, overwhelming and conflicting. Some sources insist that producing new glass from recycled bottles, for instance, uses far more resources than starting from scratch with raw materials; others refute this. So if we consider recycling from a purely practical standpoint — “Does it work?” — we will argue at length and loudly.

Ohio’s politicians frequently threaten its taxpayers with the dire consequences awaiting them should the national EPA throw a snit over the state’s air. Rather than defying such anti-constitutional dictatorship, officials instead hector citizens to obey.

» Prosperity floweth not from bills and Washington

To even suggest, as Mr. Specter did, that prosperity flows from bills and from Washington is a laughable suggestion! How does prosperity flow from laws that tax one man to pay the way of another? How does prosperity ensue when by law companies are forced to produce products of a quality the public does not demand and with features that free people do not want thus consuming their disposable income faster because of increased costs? How does prosperity spring into being when the labor of citizens is directed by fiat to those who have curried favor enough to warrant the malevolent hand of government to intercede?

For years people like Mr. Specter have passed bills upon bills to lift up the poor, to aid the elderly, to benefit minorities who claim an inherent unfairness in American society and to pad the government payrolls with bureaucrats who would better serve this country if they were unleashed from their current roles and sent to create something of true value for their fellow man. These programs have done nothing except expand in number and scope and cost to the point where the debts that they have brought upon us are crushing to not only this generation but threatening to be even a greater weight around the necks of all generations to come.

How is this prosperity? I ask you Mr. Specter. I ask you how raking up debt as far as the eye can see and without a care for paying it back is prosperity.

The answer is simple. It is not prosperity.

» F-22 Or F-35: The Plane Truth

The administration decision to scrap a proven aircraft in favor of a supposedly cheaper, more flexible replacement is proving to be an expensive mistake. We may wind up defenseless and broke.

Bush did it
» Obama Furthers The Cause Of Bipartisanship By…Accusing President Bush Of “Dereliction Of Duty”

So Bush was guilty of “dereliction of duty” because his big-government economic rescue efforts weren’t…big enough? Bush, like Obama, was a deficit spender too. Is Obama suggesting that the “real outrage” of Bush’s term in office were…his deficits weren’t large enough?

I am reminded of the main character in ‘Oh Brother! Where art thou?’, played by (supreme moonbat) Clooney; who, upon awakening from sleep always yelled in alarm “My Hair!”.
I suspect Obama jolts himself awake every morning yelling “Bush did it!”
His Blackberry ringtone is “It’s Bush’s fault!”

Doctor Zero has …
» The Answer to Socialism

Our challenge is not merely to win a few elections, or pass a bill here and there. We have to change the direction of a culture that has trended leftward, toward collectivism, through several generations. We have to move the center back to the center. This will require leadership, which we should seek out in the elections to come… but it also demands our involvement as individuals.

The old excuse “I dont do politics” is just that – an excuse, to ignore duty and responsibility in order to spend spare time in leisurely pursuit of entertainment.
I know what I’m talking about, I used that excuse for decades to justify not caring what politicians do or why. It was easy to tell myself that politics is an corrupt game played by corrupt people; that my involvement wasn’t necessary nor would there be any effect I could possibly cause. That allowed me to go about my own trivial pursuits while evil people continued to incrementally remove the foundations of my liberties and freedom.

A recent poll showed 36% of Americans, and 53% of Democrats, had a positive opinion of socialism. Our task is to understand why. This moment demands more than a critique of socialism, which is nothing less than a challenge to freedom, and requires an answer. Only by expressing the philosophy of conservatism, in powerful and memorable terms, can we win the popular support necessary to implement concrete proposals. This is a foundation to be laid in countless conversations, both online and around water coolers.

Positive acceptance of socialism is a red flag for ignorance, twisted morals and complacent, apathetic laziness … period.

If there will always be people who grow rich and powerful through their ambitions, it’s much more sensible to embrace a free-market system, where ambition produces value. Government pursues its ambitions at the expense of its duties.

Dont be satisfied with my few excerpts and rambling commentary, go read the entire linked article.

Then another good one from the same author …
» The Great Crash

Socialism fails because it’s a static solution imposed on a dynamic society. People respond to incentives, chasing carrots and avoiding sticks. The initial proposition of the New Deal was to provide for the needs of the desperate, by collecting taxes from the wealthy. Unsurprisingly, the system devolved into the vote-buying and corruption we live with today, becoming a heavy wagon hitched to a struggling middle class, which provides far more of the funding than those “fat cats” socialists love to use as whipping boys. Politicians respond to incentives too, and the machinery of the centralized state excels at sucking in tax dollars and spitting out votes. The ugly gears of that machinery are well-hidden behind an illusion of moral authority and seductive promises, alluring enough to compel the faithful support of nearly half the population, even as its unsustainable failures become painfully obvious.

» Unsustainable
“We are incentivizing financial unsustainability”

The palpable whiff given off by the White House inner circle is that they’re the last people on the planet still besotted by Barack Obama, and that they’re having such a cool time starring in their own reality-show remake of The West Wing they can only conceive of the public — and, indeed, the world — as crowd-scene extras in The Barack Obama Show: They expect you to cheer and wave flags when the floor-manager tells you to, but the notion that in return he should be able to persuade you of the merits of his policies seems entirely to have eluded them.

It’s not the “debt” or the “deficit,” it’s the spending. And the only way to reduce that is with fewer government agencies, fewer government programs, fewer government employees, lower government salaries.

Instead, all four are rocketing up: We are incentivizing unsustainability, and, when it comes to “some collapse down the road,” you’ll be surprised how short that road is.

» Our Obama Saga—Part Two. Chapters Five-Six

Americans have never given up on a president so early. To do so would mean to a majority of voters not merely that they were wrong, but terribly wrong. To admit that is difficult; to admit that so early is terribly difficult.
It won’t be enough for conservatives to say they are not Obama, and not ready to become a socialist Belgium. They need far more — a systematic agenda that outlines exactly how Americans are to become fiscally solvent, what and how much should be cut, a vow to end the congressional culture of corruption and become Spartan in our congressional habits, a confident energy policy that encourages nuclear, natural gas, and oil drilling to tide us over to new sources of energies, and a new resolve to enforce our borders, and end the naïve posturing of treating our war against Islamic jihadism as some sort of interesting legal debate that bounces around the philosophy department lounge.


» A chill hits wind power

The cost of the “free wind”? Projections are about 17 cents per kwh—far higher than other energy sources.
Why build wind turbines at all? Well, wind and solar were the only energy sources the Greens would endorse, probably because they’re so expensive and erratic that there’s no danger of anybody getting hooked on cheap power again. Denmark was also selling wind turbines to other countries, so they had to be demonstrated at home. Now China is making cheaper turbines. Who will buy?

» Beware of Internet tirades

This throw-the-bums-out call for action concedes that a few members of Congress are trustworthy but screams that “as a group they are absolutely the most corrupt bunch ever to disgrace our nation,” so they all must go. The objective is to start over with people with no experience, owing no political favors, who will “understand that they work for us.” This is childishly naïve.

» Obama’s Philosophically Fascist State of the Union Address

President Obama’s State of the Union address was the greatest American rhetorical embrace of fascist trope since the days of Woodrow Wilson. I am not suggesting Obama is a Nazi; he isn’t. I am not suggesting that he is a jackbooted thug; he isn’t (even if we could be forgiven for mistaking Rahm Emanuel for one).

President Obama is, however, a man who embodies all the personal characteristics of a fascist leader, right down to the arrogant chin-up head tilt he utilizes when waiting for applause. He sees democracy as a filthy process that can be cured only by the centralized power of bureaucrats. He sees his presidency as a Hegelian synthesis marking the end of political conflict. He sees himself as embodiment of the collective will. No president should speak in these terms — not in a representative republic. Obama does it habitually.

~~ via SmallestMinority ~~

» Is it Crazy to Call Obama a Socialist or a Fascist?

if Socialized Medicine isn’t socialism … if nationalizing companies isn’t socialism … if redistribution of wealth isn’t socialism … maybe we have different dictionaries.

Read your history, they admonish us. Well I have. And it’s apparent that either they haven’t, or they’re banking on the fact that a lot of people haven’t and that we will just buy what they’re saying, cower before their derision, and Shut Up. Fortunately knowledge is a good inoculation against such ridicule.

Be very suspicious about any political movement with the word “workers” in the title.

~~ via SmallestMinority ~~

A long, short post from Kevin Baker, saved for last. If you dont have time for a long read, click it, bookmark it and read it later.
» What We Got Here is . . . Failure to Communicate