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Feds Now Running Full Time Transport Service for Illegal Aliens

8th July 2014

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So many illegal immigrants are swarming across the southern border that the federal government is now running a full time transportation service to take the aliens from the border to immigration centers throughout the southwest where they are often released without consequence.

The Associated Press reports that a “fleet of Border Patrol vans” and “government buses” now “spend each night idling on a Texas roadside, awaiting the latest arrivals.”

Tens of thousands of children, sometimes with a parent but often times alone, are illegally entering the US and then immediately turning themselves in to border patrol agents who, the aliens are told, will eventually release them and allow them to continue to their destination.

The AP reports that this is exactly what is happening.

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Leaked Documents: ‘Family Members’ Appearing ‘Several Times’ to Pick Up Illegal Immigrant Kids

8th July 2014

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Federal officials have noticed that adults claiming to be family members are appearing “several times” to pick up different unaccompanied children from Central America in various detention centers along the border.

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“Diversity” Trumps Honesty and the Rule of Law at UCLA.

8th July 2014

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My, what a surprise! Aren’t you surprised? I”m sure surprised.

Proposition 209 requires that admission decisions at all public universities be race-neutral. Applicants must be evaluated on criteria such as grade-point averages and SAT scores. This sounds simple enough. Trouble is, the competition among applicants is so great at highly selective University of California campuses, and the qualifications of African-American and Latino applicants are so comparatively poor, that a purely meritocratic admission process would produce a disproportionately white and Asian entering class. The number of black students at UC’s most prestigious campuses declined each year after affirmative action was outlawed. In 2006, when the number of black students expected to enroll as freshmen at UCLA reached 96—20 fewer than the year before and a record low—demonstrations ensued. UCLA quickly adopted a “holistic” admission approach, pioneered at UC Berkeley, that included subjective assessments of applicants’ personal achievements or challenges.

In 2007, the year following the adoption of “holistic” review, UCLA doubled the number of blacks enrolled in its freshman class. Despite his conservative political views, Groseclose had somehow been selected to serve on the faculty-oversight committee for admissions, which gave him a ringside seat from which to observe the shenanigans, until he resigned in protest in August 2008. Based on his observations on the committee and his subsequent independent review of applicant data—obtained with the assistance of UCLA law professor Richard Sander, co-author, with Stuart Taylor, of Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help and Why Universities Won’t Admit It—Groseclose concluded that UCLA administrators were circumventing Proposition 209 to favor black applicants. The mechanism they used to do this was a “second-chance” review built into the “holistic” process. Administrators submitted a disproportionate number of African-American applicants to the second-chance pool and then granted them admission at three times the rate of admission for Asians in the same category. Ironically, the “holistic” process did not result in the admission of more socio-economically disadvantaged students. UCLA’s subterfuge was designed to increase the number of black students, period. This had the perverse effect of reducing the number of more disadvantaged Latinos and Asians.

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Selling Obamacare

8th July 2014

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The amount of taxpayer money involved is unprecedented. “Obamacare seems due to join Social Security and Medicare in one respect: as a public policy advertising phenom, a program that is reviled and perhaps eventually revered in political advertising for billions of dollars in ad spending to come,” Elizabeth Wilner, vice president for strategic initiatives at Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG), wrote in a press release last year.

Such government P.R. campaigns have become a regrettable staple of American politics, since the default attitude among those in power is that propaganda is only bad when the other guy does it. When the Bush administration got caught violating a statutory ban on “covert propaganda” by passing off fake news reports to local TV stations and paying a columnist hundreds of thousands of dollars to promote the “No Child Left Behind” law, Democrats were justly outraged. And yet, these days Democrats are untroubled that their own campaign to sell Obamacare is taking government propaganda to new heights-and depths.

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U. of South Carolina President Violates State Law

8th July 2014

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It’s state law: all public universities must teach about the nation’s founding documents, but University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides is refusing to follow it. He says teaching about the Constitution and other founding-era writings is “archaic.” Ironically, the college claims the law itself is unconstitutional. The Daily Signal reports:

When asked about this by a student at an academic forum in 2013, the vice provost of USC, Dr. Helen Doerpinghaus, claimed that while the university did not follow the letter of the law, it did follow the “spirit of the law” by handing out pocket-sized Constitutions on Constitution Day. Under this logic, the university must believe it could teach students chemistry by handing out a copy of the Periodic Table on World Science Day on Nov. 10.

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More Companies Bail on U.S. for Lower Taxes

8th July 2014

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Lawmakers and regulators have tightened the requirements over the years after high-profile companies like Fruit of the Loom, Seagate and Tyco shifted some or all of their business to places like the Cayman Islands and Bermuda.

But with the trend seemingly on the rise, some say it is time for yet more stringent requirements. Among them is Rep. Sander Levin, a senior Democrat whose office distributed the CMS report.

Note that the response of Crustian legislators is to pass laws making it more difficult, not reforming the tax system. Show where their priorities lie.

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New TSA Security Could Cause Air Travel Confusion

8th July 2014

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My, what a surprise! Aren’t you surprised? I’m sure surprised.

Last week Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson directed the Transportation Security Administration to implement enhanced security at certain foreign airports operating direct flights to the U.S. In a statement released on Sunday, the TSA added that travelers may be asked to power up some devices, such as cellphones, warning that powerless devices will not be allowed onboard the aircraft.

A spokesman for the Department for Transport told FoxNews.com that, at the moment, it is not discussing the specific logistics of the security checks. Its website offered a little more information, urging air travelers to the U.S. to ensure that their electronic devices are charged before they travel. “If your device doesn’t switch on, you won’t be allowed to bring it onto the aircraft,” it warned.

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Lines Drawn at California Town in Immigration Fight

8th July 2014

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Protesters and illegal immigrant supporters have drawn battle lines once again in Murrieta, the California city where angry residents last week turned back busloads of border crossers.

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‘Remember when Democrats thought Hispanic kids should be returned to their parents?’

7th July 2014

The bluebird of bitterness takes a walk down memory lane.

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The #BorderInvasion – The War Of The Worlds

7th July 2014

Bob Belvedere connects the dots.

After reading each of the reports on the state of affairs at our Southern Border, this phrase always resonates in my head:

—He is at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to compleat the works of death, desolation and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of Cruelty & perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the Head of a civilized nation

No one in his or her right mind believes that these illegals will become anything but servants of the Democratic Party, dependents on the burgeoning Leftist Plantation who will vote and protest and riot when they are told to by their Masters — all except those who are committed to Jihad, of course — in other words: Mercenaries of the Left In America.

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TSA Will Now Block Dead Devices at Some Airports

7th July 2014

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Coming soon to a Security Theater near you.

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The F-35 Fighter Jet Is an Historic $1 Trillion Disaster

5th July 2014

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The Air Force temporarily suspended all F-35 flights after one of the planes caught on fire before takeoff at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. Even if the plane does debut later this month, it still has some serious issues, and a long way to go before it can be rolled out for combat missions. Already, the plane is expected to be delayed for over a year beyond its projected mid-2015 delivery date.

Despite this, it’s not likely that the F-35 will ever be scrapped. As we reported back in November of 2012, there are simply too many countries that have invested time and money into the program.

It is, quite literally, an aircraft that is “too big to fail” despite facing lifetime operating costs for the U.S. Fleet of $1 trillion, and cost overruns of $167 billion before a single plane has flown a single mission.

Pierre Sprey, who designed the A-10 and F-16, agrees.

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Government Union Membership Climbs While Private Membership Declines

5th July 2014

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A majority of union members today now have ties to a government entity, at the federal, state or local levels.

Roughly 1-in-3 public sector workers is a union member, compared with about 1-in-15 for the private sector workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Overall, 11.3 percent of wage and salary workers in the United States are unionized, down from a peak of 35 percent during the mid-1950s in the strong post-World War II recovery.

The typical union worker now is more likely to be an educator, office worker or food or service industry employee rather than a construction worker, autoworker, electrician or mechanic. Far more women than men are among the union-label ranks.

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Blue State Blues: The Golf That Divides Americans

4th July 2014

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President Barack Obama is fond of describing the deep inequality afflicting American society. And then he goes off to play golf. He’s getting near the 200-round mark for his entire presidency, a sporting feat perhaps worthy of Teddy Roosevelt for its sheer audacity.

Golf is the most unequal sport in America, demanding expensive fees or country club memberships. Yet if the president plays it so often, golf must be inherently patriotic–right?

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ICE Removes ‘Alien’ from Term for Illegal Immigrant Children

4th July 2014

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel have been directed to no longer refer to illegal immigrant children crossing the border alone as “UACs” (unaccompanied alien children).

Instead these individuals are to be referred to as “unaccompanied children” in official correspondence, according to an internal ICE email obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies and shared with Breitbart News.

And the government prepares to cave once again.

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New York City’s Affordable Housing Bonanza for the Rich

3rd July 2014

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It’s no secret that one-percenters have occupied more than their share of Manhattan’s rent-controlled apartments. High profile freeloaders of the past include New Yorker editor William Shawn, singers Carly Simon and Cyndi Lauper, TV personality Alistair Cooke, Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Philippe de Montebello, former Kennedy speechwriter Ted Sorensen, screenwriter Nora Ephron, Mick Jagger’s ex, Bianca, and Mayor Ed Koch (D). Manhattan Congressman Charlie Rangel (D-13th District) famously pigged out on four rent-controlled pads—three to live in and one for his campaign office.

Democrats – party of the 1%. That’s not on your copy, of course.

De Blasio, who ran on a promise to reduce inequality, is now enabling upper middle class New Yorkers to tap into these subsidies to serve their housing needs. In a city in which one in five households lives below the poverty line, spending limited government dollars so professionals earning six figures don’t have to leave their favored neighborhoods is obscene.

Suckers….

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Another Reason to Hate the TSA

3rd July 2014

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Beginning on July 21, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will increase its passenger security fees from $2.50 per flight to a flat rate of $5.60 each way. These fees help cover the TSA’s baggage and behavior screening programs.

Similar to the way concentration camps would remove gold fillings from the teeth of the people they gassed.

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U.N. Pay and Perks: After Two Years of Us Study, Still a Mystery

3rd July 2014

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How much are the U.N.’s highly-compensated and notoriously inefficient staffers really paid? The U.S. government has been trying to solve that mystery for the past two years, even as the Obama Administration refuses to reveal how much the U.S. contributes to the bloated and not-very-effective organization.

That is no small matter for the U.S., which pays 22 percent of the basic U.N. budget that is covered by member state dues, but also “voluntary” contributions to a huge array of U.N. organizations, not to mention the roughly half of the $5.4 billion New York-based Secretariat budget that is not encompassed in the basic plan.

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Two Senators Upbraid The Intelligence Community For Insufficient Disclosure

1st July 2014

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, but at the end of the day, nobody will get fired, and nobody will go to jail. So this is all a circus act to entertain the Democrat base Great Unwashed.

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Obama To Appoint Pharma Patent Lawyer, Who Has Fought Against Any Patent Reform, To Head Patent Office

1st July 2014

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The Crust take care of their own. When Obama said, ‘We’re the ones we’ve been waiting for’, he didn’t mean you an me, he meant him and the rest of the Establishment.

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Court Rules Against Public Sector Unions in Quinn v. Harris

30th June 2014

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The Supreme Court ruled Monday in Harris v. Quinn that politicians can no longer force family members caring for disabled relatives into public sector unions.

In a 5-4 ruling, the court found the state of Illinois violated the constitution when imprisoned former Gov. Rod Blagojevich agreed to funnel a portion of home healthcare worker checks to political allies SEIU and AFSCME. The unions collected more than $50 million from about 20,000 such people over a five-year period.

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Benefits? You Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Benefits!

30th June 2014

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We’re here to help you! The Veterans administration keeps a database administrated by secret committees that lists vets as “disruptive” and “disgruntled,” which it then uses to restrict their treatment.

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An Enemy of the Reich

30th June 2014

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I want to underline the basis of the Z-Street case: An IRS official admitted that this organization’s tax exempt status was being delayed merely because its “activities contradict the Administration’s public policies.” Think about that. The IRS believes it can decide your tax liability and status based on your political opinion.

Doesn’t that capture in a nutshell the entire scandal, in which the IRS was used as a weapon to harass opponents of the Democratic Party and specifically of Barack Obama.

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Law Prof Who Specializes in Poverty Makes $205,400 – Teaching One Class Per Semester

28th June 2014

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A controversial, outspoken law professor who frequently bashes Republicans and specializes in poverty issues as a self-proclaimed champion of the poor earns $205,400 per year – for teaching one class per semester.

The University of North Carolina School of Law pays Professor Gene Nichol $205,400 annually for his one class per semester workload. On top of his teaching salary, he receives a $7,500 stipend as director of the law school’s Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity.

Doing well by doing good.

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PA Family Doctor Faces Huge Obamacare Fines, Despite Attempts to Comply

27th June 2014

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Obamacare requires all doctors to keep electronic medical records. For every year a physician fails to keep their records electronically, they are fined. Outside companies typically charge doctors around $50,000 to provide this electronic filing service.

Brescia tried to comply with this mandate, but then the company he had hired to keep his records went bankrupt. Now the government Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is charging him $18,000 for failure to comply.

People have been talking about how Obamacare hurts patients, but not enough attention has been paid to how it hurts health care providers.

“I think the Affordable Care Act is really going to eliminate small practices,” Brescia told his local news station. “You’re going to have to join an organization.”

And that’s one of its objectives. Democrats don’t like small businesses. They want big businesses that are easier to regulate and easier to squeeze for donations.

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Feds Nix Eagle Penalties for California Wind Farm

27th June 2014

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A California wind farm will become the first in the nation to avoid prosecution if eagles are injured or die when they run into the giant turning blades, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday.

The Shiloh IV Wind Project LLC, 60 miles east of San Francisco, will receive a special permit allowing up to five golden eagles to be accidentally killed over five years. Previously, such a violation could potentially draw criminal charges and discourage private investment in wind farms known for catching birds in their rotors.

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Report: U.S. Diplomatic Compounds Still at Risk After Benghazi

26th June 2014

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U.S. diplomatic compounds overseas continue to be endangered by lax security measures and, in many cases, are highly vulnerable to potential attack, a fact that the State Department has failed to address for nearly 10 years, according to a newly released government oversight report.

Nearly two years after terrorists killed four Americans at a U.S. facility in Benghazi, Libya, the State Department still “has not fully developed and implemented a risk management policy for overseas facilities,” according to comprehensive new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

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EPA Appeals to Its Workers not to Poop in the Hallway

26th June 2014

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I’ve always thought the EPA was full of shit, and here’s the proof.

And apparently I’m not the only one.

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1Q Revision shows shrinkage of 2.9%

26th June 2014

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Thank you, Barack Hussein Obama (um, um, um).

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National Journal: Cochran Used Black Democrats to Defeat Tea Party

25th June 2014

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Just as there used to be an NBC Blue network and an NBC Red network, we have an Establishment Blue (Democrat) Party and an Establishment Red (Republican) Party.

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‘Tiger Selfies’ Would Go Extinct Under New York Bill

25th June 2014

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Manhattan Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal explained that she introduced the legislation to increase safety at traveling circuses and county fairs that allow the public to get up close and personal with their big cats.

Somebody remind me how this is any business of the state government.

But the Upper West Side Democrat acknowledges proudly that the bill would also destroy a trend now prevalent among users of dating apps — men snuggling with tigers in reckless attempts to look brave or cuddly or, even more implausibly, both in their dating-profile photos on online services like Tinder and OKCupid.

(Oh, wait, these are Democrats — I keep forgetting.)

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Our Decadent Elite: Rich Liberals and the Progressive Politics of Daddy’s Money

23rd June 2014

The Other McCain fills you in.

What’s going on here is that Hillary is caught between her lifelong allegiance to the Democrat Party — with its propaganda mythos of being for “the little guy” — and the reality of her own success. Politics can be a very lucrative business, and she and her husband have parlayed their investment in liberal politics into a fortune, or at least, what most people would consider a fortune.

The typical Democrat voter looks at a number like $100 million and can only think of hitting the lottery as a way to get it. But the Clintons haven’t gotten where they are in life by hanging around typical Democrat voters. Successful politicians spend most of their time in the company of the rich and powerful and, quite naturally, view their own financial situation in comparison to the power brokers and big-money donors whose support they must routinely solicit.

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New England Mayors Call for Refugee Resettlement Freeze

23rd June 2014

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The mayor of Springfield, Massachusetts has asked the federal government for a moratorium on sending refugees to the city, claiming that newly arrived families create a strain on city resources and the school system and do not receive sufficient aid from resettlement agencies.

Domenic Sarno, a Democrat, made his request in a letter sent Thursday to Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Mass. Copies were also sent to Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey, as well as Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.

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Lost Emails? The IRS Has a Contract with an Email Backup Company

22nd June 2014

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This ‘the iDog ate our e-mails’ schtick is not only a lie but a barefaced lie, to which the IRS cling because they know there’s no chance of anybody going to jail or losing their jobs under this President and this Attorney General.

Mafia Rule #2: If you’ve got the cops in your pocket you can break the law with impunity.

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CDC: 75 US Government Employees May Have Been Exposed to Live Anthrax

21st June 2014

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Well, it’s a start.

Unfortunately, none of them were Congresscritters.

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Thought for the Day

21st June 2014

Afghan Withdr4awal copy

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Food Freedom Under Attack

21st June 2014

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Is food freedom—as I define it, your right to grow raise, produce, buy, sell, share, cook, eat, and drink the foods of your own choosing—really under attack?

Indeed it is. And as my definition makes clear, it’s not just that federal, state, and local governments have intruded on your right to eat what you want. It’s that the growers, the producers, and the sellers of food often face senseless and insurmountable regulatory obstacles.

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White House Task Force Charged With Saving Bees From Mysterious Decline

21st June 2014

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Thank God there isn’t anything more important going on in the world for the White House to deal with.

On the other hand, this ought to be within their demonstrated limited sphere of competence.

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Taxi Medallions Have Been the Best Investment in America for Years

21st June 2014

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Crapitalism at its worst.

A taxicab is a car remade by government, modified dozens of ways by edicts within subsections of articles of the city’s taxi code.

“Everywhere on this car has been regulated,” John Henry Assabil says. “Look at it!”

He throws up his arms in the direction of his gold-colored 2012 Ford Transit Connect. The car’s medallion number — 813 — is painted in black plain gothic figures (must be black plain gothic figures) on the driver’s-side hood, on both passenger doors and, for good measure, on the rear. Inside, there is a camera mounted over the rear-view mirror, a dispatch radio bolted to the console, a credit-card reader snapped to the passenger headrest.

From the back of Assabil’s seat hangs a sign — lamination required — spelling out the city’s fare structure: $3.25 for the base rate, $2 for the airport departure/arrival tax, $50 vomit cleanup fee. Everywhere, there are mandatory stickers. “That one costs a dollar,” Assabil says of a window decal reminding passengers to LOOK! before opening the door into the possible path of cyclists and pedestrians. “The fine for not having it is $100.”

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Clinton Donor Bans Free Beacon From University of Arkansas Archives

21st June 2014

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A Hillary Clinton donor who serves as dean of the University of Arkansas libraries has banned the Washington Free Beacon from the school’s special collections archives, after the news outlet published revealing stories about Hillary Clinton based on documents available at the university library.

The Crust take care of their own.

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Bill de Blasio, Conservative Hero

20th June 2014

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When Bill de Blasio crushed his Republican rival, Joe Lhota, by 49 points in 2013, more than a few New Yorkers were worried. De Blasio was an unabashed leftist who proudly served with Nicaragua’s Sandinistas and fervently condemned economic inequality, especially the pro-business administration of billionaire Mayor Bloomberg.

In a nutshell, de Blasio has turned out to be less a Lenin and more a Santa Claus and this pleases everyone. Unlike past soak-the-rich revolutionaries, he has ignored inequalities in power and instead uses government to bestow countless social welfare benefits on the poor. He has made the city’s poor so dependent on government for their daily existence that a revolution to upend the status quo is now unthinkable. Why would any poor person riot when that might interrupt the conveyor belt of government-supplied goodies? Thus understood, Mayor de Blasio’s policies are conservative in the sense of strengthening the status quo, even if that status quo undergirds capitalism.

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US Patent Office Cancels Washington Redskins Trademarks

19th June 2014

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Apparently they didn’t love Big Brother enough.

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Your Tax Dollars At Work, California Edition

18th June 2014

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San Marino, California, Mayor Dennis Kneier has been cited for littering after he was caught on video tossing a bag full of dog feces onto a neighbor’s yard. The neighbor, Philip Lao, says he believes Kneier was upset by his opposition to a city dog park. Kneier faces a fine of $250 to $1,000.

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Build It and The Dreamers Will Come

18th June 2014

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This is insane.

Like many of you I’ve been more or less averting my eyes helplessly from what I’ve come to call The Flood — i.e., the overwhelming number of “children” who have been permitted — nay, encouraged, enticed — to cross America’s southern border, where those nice people are waiting for them, herding the little peeps into buses and planes for an exciting journey even further into the interior of the continental forty-eight states. They will be provided for until their parents arrive to take them home to be joyfully reunited here and begin their new lives as Democrat voters. “Immigration laws”? They don’t need no stinkin’ laws, just do it. That’s the gist of the real “Dream Act” which is in reality America’s Waking Nightmare. It’s coming soon to a street near you.

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Worker Pay Still Flat After Six Years

18th June 2014

Steve Sailer isn’t impressed.

Thank goodness that Mark Zuckerberg and Eric Cantor have a plan to address the crisis of soaring salaries among American workers by increasing H-1B visas. And kudos to the Obama Administration for having the foresight to invite in so many Central American adolescents to bolster America’s thinly stretched strategic supply of child labor.

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The Truth About the F-35

17th June 2014

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An airplane designed by the people who brought you the Post Office.

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Mother: Son Entered U.S. Illegally Believing Obama Admin Wouldn’t Deport Him

17th June 2014

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Can’t say that he’s wrong.

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Obama to Sign Executive Order Banning Gay Discrimination by Federal Contractors

17th June 2014

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Yet another reason not to do business with the government — presuming, of course, that you, not being a huge Democrat donor, would get that business in the first place.

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Man Shoots Burglar After 911 Call Goes to Voice Mail

17th June 2014

Freeberg has the skinny.

When seconds count, police respond in minutes.

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‘Wave of Humanity’: Border Patrol Overwhelmed by Flow of Illegal Immigrants

17th June 2014

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Thank you, Barack Hussein Obama … um, um, um….

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