The Death of the Incandescent Bulb: It’s Not about Which Bulb is Better, It’s about Who Gets to Decide
By marfdrat on January 3, 2014
Liberals are all about choice for citizens, so long as it’s the choice they want you to make. Abortion has become enshrined in the pantheon of choices that Americans must be able to make for themselves. But when it comes to deciding which kind of light bulb you want to buy, well, you aren’t smart enough to make that decision. Using the false premise of anthropogenic global warming as the basis of their argument, our progressive overlords have decided that you aren’t able to choose which kind of bulb to buy, so they’ve successfully legislated the incandescent bulb out of existence.
By marfdrat on December 13, 2013
There’s a set of assumptions that seem to go with liberal/progressive descriptions of capitalists: wealthy, greedy, exploitative, and most of all evil. That set of assumptions is built in to their explanations of everything that’s wrong with the American economy today. The only problem is none of them are true. Jonathon Moseley explains at American Thinker explains what a capitalist is, and what it is not:
By marfdrat on May 31, 2013
It’s so funny to see “cause-jumpers” like this that think they know what they’re protesting, but when you ask them to provide details, they don’t have any idea what the hell they’re talking about. They get their marching orders from Mother Jones or The Daily Kos or some other progressive mouthpiece, but don’t engage in any sort of critical examination of the facts. Reason.tv gives you just a small sample of the cluelessness. Perfect example: When asked why she’s against the Kochs, specifically, purchasing the LA Times, a young woman responds “Well, uh, their record speaks for it self” – translation: I don’t have any idea why I’m opposed to it; I’m just doing what the rest of the people here are doing.
Posted in Liberty & Freedom | Tagged competition, first amendment, free markets, freedom of speech, idiots, Koch, koch brothers, LA Times, liberals, Los Angeles, newspapers, progressives | Leave a response
By marfdrat on February 13, 2013
In his Neo-Com SOTU address last night, President Obama promised more of the same terrible economic policy that’s been holding the country back for nearly his entire presidency. A proposal to increase the minimum wage to $9 per hour is a perfect example. No more workers will get closer to making the much-desired-by-liberals “living wage” – in fact, more low-wage workers will lose their jobs (as has been amply demonstrated before).
Posted in Economics & Politics | Tagged acme economic destruction co., failed government programs, fdr, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Great Depression, Henry Morgenthau, keynesian stimulus, liberals, new deal, new-com, wile e obama | Leave a response
By marfdrat on February 8, 2013
Here’s SuperMexican’s sendup of the very good Super Bowl ad. Enjoy.
By marfdrat on January 19, 2013
Former Washington D.C. prosecutor Jeffrey Scott Shapiro spent a lot of time enforcing gun and ammunition laws while the district’s strict gun ban was in place. He observed that the ban placed unnecessary burdens on police (who had to enforce ridiculous provisions like grandfathered handguns had to be disassembled or trigger locked, even if you were being robbed at gunpoint), and caused the crime rate to skyrocket. When criminals are sure they aren’t going to encounter any resistance from their victims, what’s going to deter them? Nothing.
Posted in Liberty & Freedom | Tagged 2nd amendment, constitution, Crime, D.C., gun bans, gun control, guns, homicide, Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, liberals, obama, petulant boy-king, Washington DC | 1 Response
By marfdrat on January 7, 2013
George Will thinks so. If you look at his logic -which involves the number of Democrats who voted to make most of the Bush tax rates permanent- it looks pretty solid (my bold emphasis).
By marfdrat on December 14, 2012
Michelle Obama basically said that Republicans are rampant liars when it comes to defending Americans’ right to vote (White House Dossier). Of course, as is the pattern with liberals, she didn’t give even one supporting bit of evidence to back her claim. It’s just the seriousness of the allegation that makes it newsworthy to the liberal media.
Posted in Liberty & Freedom | Tagged 2012 election, Brian Kemp, democrats, election fraud, Jason Gant, Ken Bennett, Kris Kobach, liberals, Mark Martin, Moochelle, Scott Gessler, Tom Schedler, voter fraud, voter ID, voter suppression | Leave a response
By marfdrat on September 4, 2012
Honestly, it’s amazing that this “network” survives. Melissa Harris-Perry gets enraged when one of her co-panelists has the temerity to suggest that entrepreneurs are risk takers. In her delusionally upside-down world, it’s the poor people who are taking risks. I love how she insists that we need to have a safety net that will “catch you, and catch you, and catch you (in unending fashion).” This is the liberal’s view of government. No matter what, the government will always be there with the goodies. And, conversely, entrepreneurs -small business owners- are “rich”. Anybody that has, or tries, is rich, and a target of liberal derision. This view is blissfully unaware that the evil entrepreneurs and their employee minions are the ones that provide the “goodies” for the government to hand out.