Fresh Dispatches From The Culture Wars
December 9th, 2013
The New York Times has published some delightful linkbait from their Snowden files about American intelligence agents searching for terror[...]
Category Archives: ron paul
By creating botnets to downvote critics of their savior, because, you know, freedom. St. Paul is a cult figure, and their faith in him can rationalize all manner of hypocrisies — because, you know, end the wars and all that. … Continue reading
The man who would do away with the Civil Rights Act, the 14th Amendment, Roe v Wade, and the Federal Reserve refuses to give up on his quixotic quest to save the GOP from itself: “The truth is, I’m trying … Continue reading
Well, Romney’s taken Nevada, and Ron Paul’s still standing. The reason he’s still standing, largely, is due to the short-term memory on the part of the media. Most recently, Ron Paul played the part of the smiling, shucksy, old-fashioned country … Continue reading
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Final word about last night’s Republican debate: Ron Paul was utterly dissonant and actually incoherent. A few more debates and mainstream discourse will see Admiral Stockdale references; why is this man here? It is time for this farce to end. … Continue reading
So I guess we can’t call this a gaffe from Mitt Romney. Nor is it a laugh line, because it isn’t funny. Mitt Romney is American street the way Hot Topic is punk: through plasticity, monoculture, and artifice. Mitt Romney … Continue reading
There is corruption in the government and the government is far less responsive than it ought to be; destroying it would cause untold suffering worldwide and within its borders. Both these things are true.
By Emilia1956 The Guardian has taken some seriously stupid pills. I love it when Brits try to opine about US politics, none moreso than the insipid Matt Seaton, who’s the US Comment Is Free editor for that paper. (Remember, he’s … Continue reading
By Emilia1956 This is for the Progressive Left. Sit back, pour yourself some Chardonnay and listen, listen to the words of the divine George Benson:- Now, think about those words and what the singer is singing about. While you’re thinking … Continue reading