Category Archives: political cartoons

FALSE STARTING ASSUMPTIONS – PART 2

In the last post in this series, Part 1, we listed four Commonly Held False Starting Assumptions About Government. In this post we will examine the consequences of those faulty assumptions. Why do we need a government? When we imagine … Continue reading

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FALSE STARTING ASSUMPTIONS – PART 1

From Dems’ Tax Raising Strategy Rests on Faulty Assumptions at REDSTATE. This posts addresses Sean’s comments, in particular this one. Again, you’re guilty of multiple logical fallacies. (continued here) Sean objected to my analysis of President Obama’s State Of The Union speech … Continue reading

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DO WE REALLY NEED TO DIAL BACK OR TONE DOWN THE RHETORIC?

Did anyone notice that Republicans won the last election? The Democrats did, and now they have done something about it. Never forget that Democrats and news media know how to set the “terms of debate” — literally. Look at what … Continue reading

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More Diligent Bloggers Than I (via NoOneOfAnyImport’s Blog)

(from here) What was that lame duck Congress that considered so much legislation the Democrats did not have the nerve to consider BEFORE the election? That was a sneak attack. This attack took advantage both of the fact the Democrats … Continue reading

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FACT BASED VOTING: 2nd UPDATE

UPDATES added at the bottom. November 2 is coming. In fact, some of you have already voted absentee.  Have you done your homework yet? Why do I ask this question? While driving about town yesterday, I took a moment to listen to … Continue reading

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