Cool Videos!

Alfonso Rachel hits it squarely on the head with this one. I agree with his point about Romney running again being a bad idea, but his larger point that Republicans aren't running against candidates, but rather against a narrative that's been crafted over the past 5 decades or longer is nothing short of brilliant. Until we as conservatives learn how to take back the pop culture, we will be saddled with heavy disadvantages at the ballot box. Something that Rachel failed to mention is that politics has always, since our nation's inception, been about winning the pop culture, today is no different.

Bill Whittle explains an important point with this video, and that is the danger of winning wars and then electing Liberals to manage the ensuing peace. This problem goes beyond snagging defeat from the jaws of victory, and moves solidly into purposeful annihilation of any trace of victory long after a solid framework for a successful peace had already been put into place by the previous group in charge. The ultimate price for politically expedient collapse is paid by those civilians left behind to enjoy the short lived peace. ISIS is not a nice group of Social Workers seeking to build hospitals and schools, as Al-Queda had been described in recent years.

Adam Corolla discusses his fight for free speech against restrictive podcast laws, why his interview was banned from NPR once they found out that it was actually a Mexican immigrant who stereotyped Mexicans on his show, and how Patrick Leahy crushed a bill that would guarantee Podcasters First Amendment protections under pressure from the trial lawyer'l lobby, all while proclaiming to be fighting for those protections. The video is 16 minutes well spent.

The next time you hear someone complain about how stressful their job is, point them to this video.

Our Judiciary long ago gave up being an impartial arbiter, who's sole function was to interpret our Constitution and act as a referee tasked with equitable application of our nation's laws. Judicial activism is decried by both left and right when on the losing side of any issue, but the truth of the matter is that the Judiciary has made itself a partner with the other two branches of government, and long ago threw away its role as a check and balance to otherwise unchecked federal power.

There is not a single argument posited by anyone on the political left that is not entirely dependent upon emotion for its appeal at any level. So when a U.C. Berkeley Professor made the assertion recently that the left is too rational, and needs to perfect the usage of emotion as a political weapon, I started to look for my connection to the Vanilla Sky Universe. Fortunately, I caught this video which put an end to my eye tick.

Sarah Palin was vilified in 2009 for some observations that she made about the impending doom about to be visited upon America known as Obamacare. She was labeled a dolt, a clown who should never be taken seriously. A funny thing happened after we passed Zerocare, thereby finding what was in it however. As it turns out, she was right all along, about every single supposition that she made.

Couldn't have said it any better myself. Good news citizens of Boston, your city's first responders actually practiced a terrorist attack scenario just prior to the attack your city suffered, in which they trained themselves to prevent a terrorist attack by those nefarious Tea Partiers. Unfortunately, it was Muslim nut jobs who ultimately ended up ruining your marathon, who could have seen that coming?