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Impressionism

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Here’s Jeff’s impression of an impressionist.

Click here to view the original painting by Monet. 

 

Jeff's impression

 

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April 9, 2009 at 11:34 am

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The Quiet Coup

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Columnist, atheist-depantser, and Christian fiction writer Vox Day has an interesting line of thinking in today’s column, particularly the ominous pathways we’re on as a result of “the Quiet Coup.”

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April 6, 2009 at 7:49 am

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Who is Dan Han?

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A caller to Rush the other day asked the MahaRushie why no politician is getting agitated about this financial mess.  The only politician that the caller could think of is Daniel Hannan, a Member of the European Parliament representing a part of Britain. 

 

If you have not yet seen Mr. Hannan’s electrifying throw-down at the “devalued” PM Gordon Brown, take three minutes. It should not be a surprise that an entrepreneur has started to compare MEP Hannan  as John Galt, asking, “Who is Dan Han?”   

 

(Edit:  Here is a compelling interview of MEP Hannan by WND columnist Vox Day.  Hannan’s own blog is here.) 

 

The obvious question is yes, where are the American politicians that can stand up like this?  The meek me-too Rep. Paul Ryan wants to play with the big boys, but he is already arguing for bigger government, just not as blatantly big as the destroyers.  How does that describe any victory?

 

Advocates of liberty and responsibility should always view Sodom-on-the-Potomac as a defiling sewer of corruption, and not a hot tub in which to soak and linger. Has the dark shadow of Bush’s false leadership brought us a generation of spindly-legged spokesmen?

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April 4, 2009 at 10:34 am