Category Archives: Nail On The Head

Progressive Billionaires “Good” – Conservative Billionaires “Evil”

This week’s “Nail on the Head” op-ed comes from The Denver Post, written by freelance columnist and Denver radio talk show host Mike Rosen.  Very eye-opening. – Jeff Is it only Democratic billionaires who are good? By Mike Rosen, The … Continue reading

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Our Grandchildren — “How They Will Despise Us!”

(photo credit) Intro by Jeff Rutherford I recently finished Mark Levin’s Aug 2013 book The Liberty Amendments and immediately recommended it to “The Ed,” a valued contributor to this blog.  We’ll soon see what originalist reflections he might sprout from … Continue reading

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Nail On The Head: “The Fruits of Epic Incompetence” (By Charles Krauthammer)

Nationally syndicated opinion writers are the icons of novice political bloggers.  They effortlessly weave their wordcraft — with clarity, originality, perfect timing, and booming reverberation.  Reading one of their gems instantly makes the pen in my hand feel like a … Continue reading

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Nail On The Head: WSJ – “Can Environmentalists Think?” (By Bret Stephens)

Ever read an OpEd piece online or in a newspaper, in which EVERY word is exactly what you’ve been thinking, and couldn’t possibly be written ANY better by anyone?  You can’t help but blurt out loud, “Yes, exactly!”  And you … Continue reading

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