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IRS Scandal Still Rages On

by T Akery July 22nd, 2014 Republican Reflections
The IRS scandal is not going away anytime soon. Now, the courts are involved in the scandal. A lawsuit has been allowed to move forward by one judge. Another judge is demanding answers in a related suit. Both of this is forcing the IRS to go under oath to address how and why the IRS destroyed such vital evidence in such an egregious caseRepublican-Reflections of what amounts to a political witch hunt.

The main reason why this is still a major headache and will continue to be a major headache for the President is that there is a distinct lack
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Poli Talk

  • [T]he negative potential I see coming out of the facts in Syria and Iraq now, are quite concerning.
    -- Eric Holder

  • Strength does not always mean war. Reagan ended the Cold War without going to war with Russia.
    -- Rand Paul

  • We are not a country that should turn children away and send them back to certain death.
    -- Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley

  • We won't accept fraud and unfair elections.
    -- Afghan protestors' banner

Let Slip The Art Of War

by Eric M. Blake July 21st, 2014 Conservative Considerations
Conservative-Considerations Sun Tzu said, "What causes opponents to come of their own accord is the prospect of gain. What discourages opponents from coming is the prospect of harm."

Like so much of Master Sun’s work, the above quote strikes one as little more than common sense … which makes it all the more tragic that it’s basically unheeded in our current foreign policy. The way to win a conflict quickly is to scare the enemy from fighting any longer — see: Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Meanwhile, leaving your position vulnerable encourages them to proceed.

Sun Tzu probably would frown deeply at President Obama’s
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Tatiana Maslany and Lesser Issues

by Ronald A. Rowe July 17th, 2014 Winners & Losers
Winners-Losers Another week has gone by and the politicians and pundits have treated us to another hearty helping of their usual inanity.  The well-worn race card came out yet again, the Democrats (momentarily) abandoned the president, they played some soccer somewhere in South America, and it turns out that Colorado did not collapse into anarchy or disappear in a puff of marijuana smoke.  Plus whoever it is that puts together the Emmy nominations got on my bad side.  You can read about all that and more in this week’s edition
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Postal Banks: A Winning Proposition for Everyone

by R. Carnavale July 15th, 2014 Democratic Deliberations
Democratic-Deliberations Last week, Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, recommended that the United States Postal Service offer banking services. I think she's on to something -- allowing the USPS to provide banking services would not only benefit the U.S. Postal Service, which sorely needs more business, but low-income people, regular banks and the Democratic Party as well.

The USPS lost $1.9 billion in the second quarter and the total mail volume continues to decline (38.1 billion pieces in the second quarter of 2014 vs. 38.8 billion pieces in the second quarter of 2013). Hence, the
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