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Come to Kansas City This Weekend

The Cardinals are out of town.  The day before Mother’s Day is always boring.  (You don’t want to go into a Mother’s Day Brunch hangin’ like Saddam Hussein, right?) So spend Friday evening and/or Saturday with Dana Loesch, Bill Hennessy, and hundreds of grassroots conservative activists at; It’s not too late to register and arrive, …

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The Evil of Debt

The debtor is a slave to his lender.   Americans hold hundreds of billions of dollars in credit card debt alone.  To this add automobiles, student loans, mortgages, medical, and myriad personal loans and you arrive at the staggering figure of $2.55 trillion with a ‘t’.   This massive debt–encouraged and backed by the US Government–makes …

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eXtreme Programming and Good Government

Kent Beck, the genius who discovered eXtreme Programming, from whence sprang all so-called Agile methodologies, can lead us to good government.  Beck, a senior consultant in the 1990s, noticed that all big software development programs began and ended the same way in the days of waterfall.  Massive Requirements:  Every project began with lots of highly …

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Focused Blogging for Conservatives

Once upon a time, when blogging was fresh and new, conservative blogs dominated the top of Technorati’s most popular lists.  Michelle Malkin, Powerline, and InstaPundit routinely led Talking Points and Kos.  But we’ve fallen.   Big time. Yesterday, Michelle was still the #1 conservative blog–at 39 overall.  Huffington Post is #1, Kos is #8. Why? Reason …