Archive for: September 18, 2007

September 18, 2007

Tax-Funded Spendaholics

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation,The Nanny State - 18 Sep 2007

An interesting story has come across the Associated Press wire-one that should give every taxpayer in America pause.
President George W. Bush noted that the $22 billion difference between the spending proposed by the White House and by Congressional Democrats is …

Rumors of a Civilized World – The Taunting Osama

Filed under: War On Terror - 18 Sep 2007

The promise of a shining new millennium for mankind was tainted only nine months into the first year of the twenty first century. On September 11, 2001 the evil conceived in one mans mind produced the worst act of misanthropic …

Do It Before It Is Too Late

She wipes her sleepy eyes and places her hand over her heart; she says the pledge of allegiance to her country and her state. He carefully packs his tool box making sure to leave nothing behind, she sits in her …

Another ‘Historian’ Poll: Bush Will Rank at Bottom in Presidential History

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Sep 2007

Here we go again with another pointless Bush bashing presidential rating story filled with quotes from partisan, hack “historians.” In this report, Bush doesn’t have “many achievements” and will finish “mired in an unpopular war” unless, of course, that …

“Whose Hsu” Is That?

Filed under: The Democrats - 18 Sep 2007

Idealistic American youth have a long history of joining political causes in order to participate more fully in the democratic process. Those with more lofty goals get involved to eradicate war, racism, slavery, female genocide, global warming, and conservative …

Federal Reserve’s NewSpeak

Filed under: American Government,Politics In General - 18 Sep 2007

Like Big Brother in George Orwell’s novel, the Fed chairman uses words to mean the opposite of reality. The Wall Street Journal reports that Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, speaking at a German central bank conference, stated: …

In the Midst of a Second American Revolution

Antonio Gramsci and Ayn Rand; each notable for their distinct yet conflicting views on the role of the individual in society, were both heavily influenced by the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Each denounced physical coercion employed by police and armed …