Tag Archives: Lincoln

Happy Juneteenth. Celebrate the Day by Going to Work.

“Juneteenth,” the day that former slaves in Texas learned of their emancipation has always been a holiday in that state, but not so much in the rest of the country. From the Jacksonville (Texas) Progress: Juneteenth, traditionally celebrated on June 19, is the name given to emancipation day by African-Americans in Texas. On June 19, 1865 Union Major-General Gordon Granger ...

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Overcoming Obamacare, Plus Obama’s War on the 2nd Amendment-Today on The Teri O’Brien Show

This week we learned that, in addition to his many other talents, Joe Biden is also a firearms’ expert. Who knew? He got a little testy during what he thought would be another anti-Second Amendment agitprop fest, this time for Parents’ magazine, when a questioner suggested that the administration’s proposals might make it difficult for law-abiding Americans to defend themselves, ...

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There He Goes Again: Barack Obama’s Do As I Say, Not As I Do Policy

For many years, many have watched in alternating open-mouthed shock and even grudging admiration, marveling at our Dear Reader’s ability to say, as in read from his TelePrompTer, anything, no matter how obviously at war with reality and common sense, with a straight face. The latest example I’ve seen happened this morning, as he addressed a group of governors, in ...

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