Monthly Archives: November 2013

Comparing the United States to the old Soviet Union

Last week, Mark Levin had a call on his radio show that is worth publishing here. The caller, Ed from Long Island, had grown up in the old Soviet Union. Here is a transcript of what he said: “Yes, hi, … Continue reading

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The IRS and the developing police state

It’s frustrating for those of us who can see the unfolding of a police state here in America because so few other people see it. Now yesterday we had these new rules being announced by the IRS to help squelch … Continue reading

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Cold, unfeeling government health care

Last night, Mark Levin on his radio show had a caller, Matt from Chicago, who related an experience with his father and the Veterans Administration: “Real quick, you’re talking about  the VA and government health care. Seven years ago my … Continue reading

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How to restore the American Republic

Three months ago, Mark Levin released a blockbuster new book, The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic. In it, he proposes that the states call a convention to amend the US Constitution. I have a key suggestion about how to … Continue reading

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Marketing Obamacare with sleaze

So we’re seeing the “Got Insurance” ads, marketing Obamacare. Some are appalled by the blatant sleaze. But no one should be surprised. Here’s one of the ads people are talking about: But it’s not what the ad says, directly, but … Continue reading

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There’s a book that came out about three weeks ago that is a very important book, but that probably won’t get the attention it deserves. It is titled, Extortion: How Politicians Extract Your Money, Buy Votes, and Line Their Own … Continue reading

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Why the government is a corruption magnet

Mark Levin keeps making the point that the lying that occurs in the public sector would be severely punished if it occurred in the private sector. If a board of directors, for example, distorted budget figures to try to create … Continue reading

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The Enders Game author and bigotry

Today, the movie Enders Game is released in theaters across the country. My wife and I will be going. It looks like a great movie. But there is controversy about it bubbling under the surface. You may notice in the … Continue reading

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