Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Two Heads are Better Than One:
In this chapter of “Mr. Virtual President”, Bill Whittle weighs in on another topic which is so deceptively portrayed by the Left: Illegal Immigration.  This subject is consistently and deliberately referred to as simply…

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Bill Whittle — Canaries in Coal Mines and Making it Hurt

A couple of well stated presentations by Bill whittle. Why doesn’t our government have the kind of common sense that Bill Whittle has?

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Ann Coulter — Where’s Luca Brasi when you need him?

I had barely left the stage at CPAC when Republicans did the exact thing I told them not to do. Contrary to giddy liberals writing the obituary of the Republican Party, the nation has not swung left. Republicans just keep … Continue reading

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Ann Coulter — Beltway GOPs: Vote for us or we’ll bore you again!

Republicans don’t control the U.S. Senate and they don’t have the presidency. Instead of wasting time and energy in doomed efforts to defeat President Obama’s Cabinet nominees or sucking up to illegal aliens, why not focus on issues where Republicans … Continue reading

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Thomas Sowell — Intellectuals and Race – Part 4

Among the many irrational ideas about racial and ethnic groups that have polarized societies over the centuries and around the world, few have been more irrational and counterproductive than the current dogmas of multiculturalism. Intellectuals who imagine that they are … Continue reading

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Thomas Sowell — Intellectuals and Race – Part 3

The desire of intellectuals for some grand theory that will explain complex patterns with some solitary and simple factor has produced many ideas that do not stand up under scrutiny, but which have nevertheless had widespread acceptance — and sometimes … Continue reading

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Thomas Sowell — Intellectuals and Race – Part 2

Once we recognize that large differences in achievement among races, nations and civilizations have been the rule, not the exception, throughout recorded history, there is at least some hope of rational thought — and perhaps even some constructive efforts to … Continue reading

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