Rich TAkes! Rest In Peace, Lady Thatcher

April 9, 2013 Edition

It’s time to clean up my desktop, here’s some links I found interesting lately.

Rest In Peace:

Thatcher: There is no such thing as public money 

Margaret Thatcher – Capitalism and a Free Society

From Firing Line with William F Buckley

Annette Funicello, Mickey Mouse Club Star, Dead at 70 – Speakeasy – WSJ

agitprop (Soviet history) — Britannica Online Encyclopedia

Word of the day

The Russell Kirk Center: Ten Conservative Principles

On Being Conservative

From the Government Accountability Office: Opportunities to Reduce

Potential Duplication in government Programs, Save Tax Dollars, and Enhance Tax Revenue

The GAO has identified 250 Billion in duplication and waste over two years ago. This administration hasn’t addressed any of their recommendations. That is 2.5 Trillion projected out ten years as is popular in Washington today. 345 page PDF. Multiple this by 7 and you’d have the Obamacare Bill, not counting nearly 17,000 pages of regulations to date.

 We are Preparing for Massive Civil War, Says DHS Informant

Feds buying enough bullets for ’24-year war’

Winchester and Federal are running at capacity, it’s no wonder that dealers can’t stock their shelves.

As Country Club Republicans Link Up With The Democratic Ruling Class, Millions Of Voters Are Orphaned

“Participating in a gun buy back because you believe that the criminals have too many guns is like having yourself castrated because you believe that the neighbors have too many kids.”

Brainwashing in the U.S. government? Whistleblower provides details on USDA scandal – 2/19/13 – YouTube

Dr. Benjamin Carson Epic Full Speech at National Prayer Breakfast

a star is born

U Chicago sex week to include ‘Sex Ed for Kids,’ Star Wars porn, and ‘Anal 101’

Nice! (At least I didn’t notice any donkeys or fists)

Egyptian Magazine: Muslim Brotherhood Infiltrates Obama Administration

Bachmann and Gohmert were correct. Graham and McCain have their heads in the sand

Glazov Gang: PolitiChick Warrior Unmasks Suhail Khan

Jihadis amongst us

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts schedules a case regarding Obama’s forged IDs to be heard in conference before the full Supreme Court

We’ll see, I guess

We have met the 1%, and he is us | Watts Up With That?

OWS should think about what they ask for, they might receive it

The Unsung, But Massive Obamacare Sales Tax Increase That Is On the Way

Obamacare is destroying the finest medical system on earth. It is so bad it’s diabolical.

States worry about rate shock during shift to new health law

Bill Whittle: “The Virtual Inaugural 2013″

 An impassioned Whittle responds to the SOTU

Time to Put An End to Army Bases as Gun-Free Zones

Thanks, Bill Clinton!

First Term: Americans Collecting Disability Increased 1,385,418—Now 1 for Each 13 Full-Time Workers

Some 15% of U.S. Receives Food Stamps

New app helps you ‘bang’ Facebook friends

yes, it is what it seems

OpenDrive – Home Solution

 Techie link: Said to be the closest to Apple’s old iDisk platform.

Homeland Security graduates first Corps of Obama’s Brown Shirts – Homeland Youth

Shades of the Third Reich

Barack Obama and the Zone of Misguided Promises

The cancer that sickens and weakens our cities is called Government.

Why stop at $9? A $90 minimum wage | Keith Hennessey

Why raising the minimum wage does not raise income

Six Reasons Why the Capital Gains Tax Should Be Abolished – YouTube

we need to abolish the death tax too

2 Replies to “Rich TAkes! Rest In Peace, Lady Thatcher”

  1. Hey Rich,

    Thank you for the insightful post about The Iron Lady, Miss Funicello’s passing, and Watts up atricle…love it.

    Danke, my friend.


  2. You’re welcome, Ronda. I found the We are the 1% piece extremely insightful.

    We Americans owe Lady Thatcher much, as do our cousins across the pond. Through sheer will, determination and inspiration she was able to right the wreck that was the United Kingdom at the time. Sadly, many folks today do not have a clue about who she was, or what she accomplished. As Margaret stated, you can govern by consensus, or govern by conviction. She chose to govern by conviction.

    Here is another piece you might find interesting:
    Margaret Thatcher did not divide, but merely highlighted the divide already there

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