Archive for: June 2010

June 26, 2010

Another Test For President Obama Looms

President Obama gets tested almost daily. Most of these tests he fails so utterly and completely that even a grade of zero is too high of a score. Every now and again he does however barely pass some …

Housing Slumps Despite Obama’s Stimulus Spending

The housing market is the most recent of many examples of the failure of Obama’s stimulus plans to revive the economy by repealing principles of human economic behavior.

Predictably, the still vastly overbuilt and over-supplied housing market drops dead, …

June 25, 2010

FIFA: Palestine and Reality

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 25 Jun 2010

The World Cup presently being contested by 32 countries in South Africa has already achieved a certain amount of notoriety and controversy for the number of red cards and yellow cards handed out – or failed to be handed out …

Holder Lacks WMD Response Plan, But Has Arizona in Cross Hairs

Is Attorney General Eric Holder more interested in bullying Arizonians over immigration enforcement than in protecting Americans from nuclear, biological or chemical weapons?

Black Death Rising

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Jun 2010

What additional information can be said or added, to this bleak conception of tragic catastrophe, which has been initiated by the British Petroleum (BP) oil rig accident, while they were drilling (one mile under the sea) for oil, in the …

Sympathy for socialism and secularism

I write a monthly column for a local arts and entertainment tabloid with a decidedly liberal slant. A fellow columnist, who I’ll call Mr. N panned a new book in another editorial venue, written by Newt Gingrich. The book is …

June 24, 2010

He’s Obama! He’s Black! So, Shut Up!

I received this message on Twitter from a black female, “Lloyd Marcus “F— you!”, in response to my opposition to Obama. This woman is obviously a non thinking racist who refuses to take an honest look at her black idol …

I’ve been thinking about the way the president takes care of America

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jun 2010

I’ve been thinking and thinking about the way President Barack Obama has been taking care of our country. And my emotional reaction has been one of sadness, anger, shock, disgust, and dismay.

The Unlimited Blessings of Limited Government

The battles were over and the war won now the hardest task of all: how to secure the rights fought for while providing a government strong enough to endure. The Framers gathered in Philadelphia for the purpose of proposing …

June 23, 2010

Now I’m Getting Scared

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 23 Jun 2010

There’s a bill before congress to give the administration a kill switch to shut down the internet. Janet Napolitano says it’s necessary to fight home grown terrorists. This is the same Janet Napolitano Director of Home Land Security who refuses …

Late Night bumbling buffoonery drops Bush bashing bomb on Father’s Day

Filed under: Politics In General - 23 Jun 2010

This year, 2010, father’s day makes its one hundredth birthday in America. It is celebrated in over fifty five countries around the world. Television wasn’t commercialized until 1948. Leave it to TV to slam a 100 year old tradition with …

No-Fathers Day

A central tenet in liberal-progressive-socialism is re-directing allegiance from the family as the primary social unit and elevation of the political state as the sole source of individual well-being. Ultimately fathers’ role in this social paradigm is relegated to …

June 22, 2010

Capitalism, Communism, or Commonism: Worldviews in Crisis

Filed under: Politics In General - 22 Jun 2010

by: Debra Rae

In his 1964 book, No Apologies, the late U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater characterized the Trilateral Commission as a “skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power—political, monetary, intellectual, and ecclesiastical.” The end result …

Hillary Clinton warns Arizona of impending Justice Department action

Filed under: Immigration - 22 Jun 2010

The media is buzzing about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s comments regarding an anticipated Justice Department lawsuit against the people of Arizona over that state’s newly passed immigration enforcement law. Sadly, instead of trying to help the people of Arizona …

National Security Agencies Fail To Protect U.S.

Filed under: Uncategorized - 22 Jun 2010

Recent terrorist events such as the attempted bomb attacks in New York’s Times Square and aboard an airliner on Christmas Day 2009 are reminders that national security challenges have expanded beyond the traditional threats of the Cold War Era to …

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