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  • I love this story. It combines two of my favorite things, entrepreneurial spirit and craft beer. My love of craft beer started several years ago after a brief, but very enlightening love affair with good wine. I […]

  • Apparently, I have spent a lot more time thinking about the healthcare system in the U.S. than Donald Trump, Tom Price or the majority of the GOP Congress Critters in the House and Senate. There is a clearly […]

  • One of my pet peeves is that words actually have meanings and people tend to misuse them all the time. The Progressive Left is the master of this, actually changing the meaning of words to fit their narrative. For […]

  • LOL. Neat summary of tired and easily disproven Progressive talking points. Are you 12? The riots last night shut down a gay, Jewish foreigner. Come back when you have something other than buzzwords. My “privilege” was to work my ass off in school, obtain a tuition scholarship to an Ivy after attending a community college, pay off the student…[Read more]

  • The TEA Party stood for Taxed Enough Already and was born as a movement of limited government fiscal conservatives. The angst actually began under Bush. The acronym was a homage to the original homage to protest over unfair taxation. Birthers and others were marginalized in the movement by leaders and I challenge you to find a single TEA Party…[Read more]

  • “But, but we lost an election and the government is doing things I don’t agree with!”

    I just adore the far Progressive Left.  Donald Trump was elected President of the United States with a convincing E […]

    • #NATIONALSTRIKE!!! = GEORGE SOROS $$$

    • No kidding. Tell me what you remember about 1960’s. Here are a few of the events I remeber from the 1960’s.
      – Unlike yesterday where free speech was being denied, UC Berkley was the home of the free speech movement. Do you remember that part of the 1960’s.
      – I remember the 1964 Civil Rights Act which passed due to a very large percentage of Republican support while less than half of Democrats in Congress supported it they engaged in a 57 day filibuster.
      – And even before the 1960’s, I remember GOP President Eisenhower signing the 1957 Civil Rights Act after the longest filibuster in history. Even JFK [D-MA] voted against it!
      – Then an update was passed in the 1960 Civil Rights Act led by Eisenhower and the GOP.
      – And, prior to the 1960’s Eisenhower sent National Guard troops into several southern states to desegregate public schools and colleges.

      So, you’ll have to tell us who in the “white establishment” said what “about civil rights activists in the 1960s”. Please be specific. By my recollection, it was only Democrats. What do you recall? I lived through the 1960’s. And please tell me more about white racism today. Who and what, specifically manifest this “white racism”? And, what, specifically puts the elements of democracy in our Republic at risk? And, please tell us what authoritarianism is going to make us look like Russia. And, was your assessment the same about the authoritarianism of the Obama administration with his pen and his phone. BTW, the Obama Administration lost more than half of cases that went to SCOTUS with even Obama appointees voting against the authoritarian, extralegal actions of the administration.

    • The TEA Party stood for Taxed Enough Already and was born as a movement of limited government fiscal conservatives. The angst actually began under Bush. The acronym was a homage to the original homage to protest over unfair taxation. Birthers and others were marginalized in the movement by leaders and I challenge you to find a single TEA Party rally that spawned the violence, destruction or flat out mess that Occupy and The Resistance have wrought.I also challenge you to find any of the current movement’s leaders denouncing the destruction and violence that occurred in Berkeley last night.

      There have been more “protests” most which could be more accurately characterized as riots, in the first 15 days of Trump’s presidency than the TEA Party organized in the first year of the Obama Administration. And HINT: The TEA Party was decidedly effective acting like adults and advocating for limited government and fiscal responsibility. republicans gained over 1,000 seats in government nationally. Nearly 2/3 of states are Republican run and they have held Congressional majorities since 2014, taking to House back in 2010. Please explain all those “racist Nazi’s” in OH, PA, MI etc that voted for Obama twice and voted for Trump this year. You can’t.But I can. The Democrats have completely lost touch with a huge portion of America and are myopic to the point all they see is NYC and LA.

      Please keep dragging the Democrats to the far Left and showing your true colors. That the “means” (destruction, violence and overt obstruction) justify the “ends” (the destruction of personal liberty and individual freedom).And please keep destroying Progressive shitholes. Red states are laughing at you and people are leaving NY and CA in droves. You all have learned absolutely nothing.

    • LOL. Neat summary of tired and easily disproven Progressive talking points. Are you 12? The riots last night shut down a gay, Jewish foreigner. Come back when you have something other than buzzwords. My “privilege” was to work my ass off in school, obtain a tuition scholarship to an Ivy after attending a community college, pay off the student loans I incurred while supporting three kids and me while I finished my degree followed by 70 hour work weeks to prove my worth to every employer I ever had. Props to you for not screwing up my latte.

  • For some reason, I assume it was the impending March for Life or to support the Women’s March (also known as The March Because Social Justice Warriors Hate Donald Trump, it had very little to do with women other […]

  • Just when I think it might be possible to rescind my call for Xanax in the national water supply, something else happens. Now it’s hyped up outrage over an Executive Order signed by President Trump to halt issuing […]

  • Well, actually there’s two. The first is what I will call Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS). This syndrome has affected a segment of the movement formerly known as Never Trump and virtually everyone that identifies […]

  • If you read my writing, follow me on social media or listen The Loftus Party the podcast I am on, you have heard me say I am really too tired to get outraged very often. I prefer to point and laugh and to point […]

  • Following the Inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, I want to give Progressives and dejected Democrats something to hold on to. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and they can live in the type of big […]

  • The perception exists that race is still the topic most loaded with emotion and vitriol in this country today.  Just three days ago, Ross Kaminsky published an interesting piece in The American Spectator […]

  • Yesterday morning there was much rejoicing. In a late night vote, the Senate passed a budget resolution that ordered the beginning of the process to repeal Obamacare. In other words, the Republican Senate used […]

  • Hollywood Liberals are having a true crisis. Having failed to influence the Electors to pick a candidate they would prefer with a gag worthy and arrogant video, they are now grasping at straws. Meryl Streep used […]

  • I don’t dress up my dog! Promise!

  • It’s really been an amazing 24 hours. The standard bearer of the Progressive movement, who also happens to be finishing his second term as President, gave a farewell address in Chicago replete with much applause, […]

  • Much has been written about coastal elites and their failure to understand the concerns of “real Americans” as a reason for the outcome of the 2016 Presidential race. Since the election, this chasm has grown from […]

  • Omniscience is a blessing and a curse. Those possessed with omniscience, to one degree or another, have the ability to see into the future, and make predictions. The ability to see the future is usually a vision […]

  • Well 2016 has been full of absurdity and things that make you go “Whaaaa?”. Apparently the run up to 2017 is going to be no exception.

    During 2016, Texas passed a law allowing concealed carry on college […]

  • Welcome to political discourse in 2016. In case you missed the complete trainwreck Thursday night between Tucker Carlson and Kurt Eichenwald, you can watch it here. Prepare to lose a brain cell or two and learn, w […]

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