Archive for: January 2010

January 23, 2010

Did The Kennedy Dynasty Die With Teddy

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 23 Jan 2010

Has Camelot faded into history? Did the Kennedy dynasty go with Teddy, which seems to be the case? The polls in Massachusetts seem to indicate the Kennedy name doesn’t have the same influence it had only a few months ago. …

Praise for Scott Brown Being Reserved

Scott Brown’s election to one of Massachusetts’ Senate seats was a foregone conclusion to anyone watching the polls. Martha Coakley did not stand a chance on Election Day. She was a dead woman walking for trying to sugar coat …

Good For the Bay State

I’m going to say something that I never thought I would hear myself say: “hooray for Massachusetts!” This is because, truth be told, I’ve never been too sold on the place. I’ve always seen it as the beating black heart …

January 22, 2010

Environmentalism Not About the Earth But About Control, Part 1

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 22 Jan 2010

For decades, American motorists have been subjected to propaganda insisting that they either need to drive less or give up safe, comfortable automobiles in favor of what amount to motorized coffins in order to preserve natural resources and environmental quality.

Brown Wins: Victory May Stop Amnesty Legislation

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Immigration - 22 Jan 2010

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is thanking their national supporters for their donations of time and funds to the Scott Brown for U.S. Senate campaign and pointing out that this historic win may destroy the chances of amnesty for …

What is More Troubling than Pat Robertson’s Remarks?

Of all the responses to the devastation in Haiti, the most copy-worthy is televangelist Pat Robertson’s claim that the earthquake was divine retribution. In making his case, he told a story about how Haitian leaders long ago made a …

January 21, 2010

Russian Roulette

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 21 Jan 2010

President Barack Hussein Obama, “The Chosen One, has obviously compromised our National Security. His subservient expressions of being a contented humanitarian to all of America’s evil aggressors have been a progressive sign of weakness.

Gov. Schwarzenegger, Prop 8 and Gay Marriage

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 Jan 2010

California waits in hushed silence hoping America is still a democracy as militant gay activists once again demand control over our children in public schools through legalization of gay marriage. We have seen how gay marriage is used like a …

Let’s Talk [Or Not]

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 21 Jan 2010

Most researchers and interveners agree that intimate partner violence (IPV) does not mysteriously or suddenly appear the day heterosexual intimate partners reach adulthood nor is IPV limited to heterosexuals. Many interveners believe that teen dating relationships are the primary gateways …

“O” Is No “W”: Presidential critics are worlds apart

Filed under: History,Politics In General - 21 Jan 2010

Having spent seven years doing all they could to hinder the War on Terror, liberals are now seeking absolution. Their method is to accuse their conservative counterparts of behaving the same way they did, now that a Democrat is Commander-in-Chief. …

January 20, 2010

Why is Obama Allowing Labor Unions to Write America’s Legislation?

Perhaps somewhere along the line I acquired an egregious misunderstanding of the premeditated and calculated limited powers granted to the Congress and the Executive Branch by the United States Constitution. It has always been my understanding, and also the understanding …

Half Their Brain Tied Behind Their Back

Every day to the amazement and delight of more than 20 million people across the fruited plain Rush Limbaugh performs his host duties flawlessly with half his brain tied behind his back. Anyone who has ever spent an objective …

Palestine – Abbas Attempts The Turkey Trot

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 20 Jan 2010

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas visited Turkey on 6 January and attempted to dance his own version of the Turkey Trot – 100 years after its first introduction to the ballroom floor.

The Economy of 2010

The election tonight gives some home that the headline rush into socialism may slow somewhat–or even be thwarted for now. So what IS the economic outlook for 2010?

January 19, 2010

Haitian Violence Increasing Amidst Death and Suffering

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 19 Jan 2010

As the search and rescue operation continues — as well as the rush to get food, water and medicine to Haitians in dire need — there appears to be an increase in the amount of violence and looting being witnessed …

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