I think our erstwhile Governor ate too many scorpions for breakfast. (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/scorpions-…)
"Those who are paying the least are those who can best afford it. They need to pay their fair share." This is so tiresome. Translated, it means: "We should take more of someone else's money to pay for stuff I want."
A fundamental problem with the "fair share" argument is that a majority of the people vote to determine what a (relatively) small minority of people's "fair" share is, but they never have to pay that "share" themselves.
The press reports so far have indicated that the killer systematically sought out and murdered Christians. When he asked the victims if they were Christians, those who said yes were shot in the head. Those who did not were not given immediately fatal wounds. Many (if not all) survived. The big story here is the anti-Christian hate-filled nature of this crime. An even bigger story is the incredible bravery of those victims -- martyrs, actually -- who refused to deny their faith and died for it.
Go ahead and focus on the gun(s), David. Wear it as a badge of honor if you must. But you're missing the bigger story and the even bigger problem.
Blessings and peace to those who died and to their families who mourn them.
How about the party thrown for Duval by Edward von Kloberg? http://dailycaller.com/2014/10/07/saddams-…
Agreed, Dan. This is an excellent video.
I find myself agreeing with Tom more often than I ever thought I would. I don't know whether to worry about Tom or about me.
Good column today, Tom.
Cartel is my family's coffee joint of choice. Excellent coffee, great staff and good location. Glad to see that it's doing so well.
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