The day after Goodlatte sent a letter to the President warning that Syrian refugee Islamic State terrorists are poised to exploit every single opportunity to attack the United States, in a bloody onslaught that will devastate our country from coast to coast, Goodlatte has closed up his committee, left Washington D.C., and is preparing to settle in with his family tomorrow for a peaceful Thanksgiving turkey dinner followed by a nice long nap. Crisis? I don’t think so.
A significant reduction in our nation’s military budget would not only bring our economy back to a more sustainable footing. It would also wean Washington’s political culture away from an unhealthy tendency to perceive a military crisis around every corner.
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A new study by the Pew Hispanic Center proves that the so-called Border Crisis is nothing but a hoax.
Back in 2005, during the last border scare, Theo asked where the flood of illegal immigrants was to justify the calls for the restriction of our rights. There was no flood. Illegal immigration was actually ebbing at the time: 2003 was the last year of
A crisis may change things, through necessity after big social institutions we’ve relied upon have been destroyed, but aspiration to beautiful new modes of being isn’t what’s on people’s minds right now. Folks are hunkering down, and moving to protect what they can of what they’ve already got.
This morning, the crisis rages on! Stocks are up 200 points! It looks like there’s a crisis for the crisis.
It is your patriotic duty to stampede in a panicked herd, just like you did with the Iraq War and the Patriot Act. Don’t stop to think! Give Wall Street all your money right now or you are doomed!