The Lunch Counter Blog, The First 10 Years

Timeout for a moment to mark some time. A decade. That’s how long The Lunch Counter Blog has served up politics, the right way. Exploring the issues, exposing the Left, holding the news media to account, and generally annoying Liberals with no argument beyond name-calling. The Lunch Counter software has evolved as information sharing software …

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Biden Discharged From Navy, Fails Drug Test

Hunter Biden, the youngest son of Vice President Joe Biden, has been kicked out of the military after testing positive for cocaine. Why not require a drug test for everyone who works in The White House, including the president? What’s good for the goose . . . Whether President Obama would have passed a drug …

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Social Security Disability Insurance Overwhelmed

So how do you overwhelm the system? Why not grant Social Security Disability Insurance to unemployed people (who are not disabled) after their unemployment insurance runs out. That ought to do it. Now, the Social Security Disability Insurance fund will go broke in 2016. Look up the Cloward-Piven Strategy when you get a moment. Using SSDI …

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Michelle Obama Tells Chinese Students . . .

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama told an audience of college students in the Chinese capital on Saturday that open access to information – especially online – is a universal right. And you can bet the ranch that the kids in that room are the only people in China that heard that message. A message that will …

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Article V, The Antidote

A couple of excerpts from The Liberty Amendments, written by bestselling author, attorney, president of the Landmark Legal Foundation, talk radio host Mark R. Levin, who worked in the Reagan administration and was chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese. The book details a plan, a path, some even call the rip-cord, for preserving the …

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Egypt Outlaws Muslim Brotherhood, Seizes Assets

Officially labeling the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, the Egyptian government moved to seize the ‘Hood’s accounts and assets. And called upon other countries in the Middle East to do the same. Should come as no surprise except to the Islamist deniers in the administration who told us that the Muslim Brotherhood was a peaceful, …

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Mandela “Interpreter” Wins M.R.I.O.T.D. Award

The memorial service for Nelson Mandela was full of side shows that qualified for the Most Ridiculous Item Of The Day award. Winning out over President Obama’s selfie moment was the man, who’s name is still unknown, that posed as a sign language interpreter. According to Cara Loening, director of Sign Language Education and Development …

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aSide Order

The experiment using monkeys is framed as them receiving unequal pay. It certainly, and quickly, brings out a primal behavior. If I were to characterize the behavior, I would see it from a different perspective. Like the motivation and energy that is inherent in seeing a goal and doing something to make that goal. Let …

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