Archive for: September 2010

September 23, 2010

Hello Peoria Illinois!

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 23 Sep 2010

By: Jim Keena

Hello Peoria Illinois! How are you?

It’s great to be here in the heartland of America, the bedrock of our great nation. I come to you from Detroit, Michigan, where we are getting a horrific sneak …

The Last Breath Of A Dyeing Majority

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 23 Sep 2010

Liberalism is for all practical purposes dead. Like so many ideologist they’re not going silently they’re kicking and screaming as if it wasn’t their time. In their eyes it isn’t suicide that’s killing them it’s those murdering conservatives that’s bringing …

Reckoning Honestly With “Tea Party” Momentum

Grassroots conservatism is alive and well, as evidenced by the “upset” victory of “Tea Party” candidate Christine O’Donnell over career politician and RINO Mike Castle in the Delaware Republican Senate primary. The event is already being labeled an “upset,” although …

September 22, 2010


Filed under: Politics In General - 22 Sep 2010

By Ben Cerruti

Why isn’t there anyone in politics or the media that questions the use of the term ‘middle class’ as it is being applied relating to the expiration of the ‘Bush tax cuts”? It appears that the ‘middle class’ …

Dream From Our Forefathers

Filed under: History - 22 Sep 2010

What is the American Dream? When asked this question most people today are programmed to say “To own your own home.” That may be Freddie and Fannie’s dream. That may be the bubble inflating vote buying politician’s …

Obama’s new Czarina? Another empty suit, say detractors

Filed under: In The News - 22 Sep 2010

This afternoon, President Barack Obama announced that Harvard law professor Elizabeth Warren has been appointed Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

In this role, she will build the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau [CFPB], …

A Monumental Investment Scam

When President Obama released his budget May 14, this year, he told Americans, “We won’t be able to bring down this deficit overnight, given that the recovery is still taking hold and families across the country …

September 21, 2010

Sour Grapes

The National Republican Party absolutely, positively needs a complete overhaul. We have recently felt the sharp bite of these sheep in wolves clothing. As proof, in the resent past, we have unfortunately witnessed these so called members of the “Grand …

Inviting RINOs to a (Tea) Party

All the polls predict substantial gains for the Republican Party in this fall’s midterm elections. Some pundits are even claiming that the GOP will capture one or both houses of Congress. Many conservatives are licking their chops at the prospect, …

War on Terrorism: Defining “hybrid warfare”

Filed under: War On Terror - 21 Sep 2010

Intelligence sources tracked Nur Mohammed and two armed insurgents to a field in Kabul province’s remote Musahi district. After careful planning to ensure no civilians were present, coalition aircraft conducted a precision air strike on the insurgents.

Bill Clinton Helps the Republicans Run against Bush

You’ve probably heard that joke concerning what’s actually happening when Bill Clinton’s lips are moving, but sometimes the truth does manage to negotiate his tongue. And his recent trip to Minnesota to campaign for Democrat gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton …

September 20, 2010

Our Undeclared War

Filed under: Immigration - 20 Sep 2010

Whether the morons, pin heads, Obama and other occupants of the Whitehouse and Department of Justice who arrogantly demonstrate an obviously pronounced lack of intelligence cares to hear about it or not, the United States is involved in a war …

ALIPAC Endorses Sharron Angle: Opposes Reid’s Amnesty and Racism

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 20 Sep 2010

ALIPAC is once again rallying Americans to call the US Senate to oppose Senator Reid’s Dream Act Amnesty legislation, which is inappropriately being placed into a defense spending bill and against Reid’s racist comments about Hispanics in the military, while …

Embryonic Stem Cell Research: The blood trail of progress

With a recent federal appeals court decision temporarily lifting the ban on embryonic stem cell research, the question of destroying a life to save a life is again thrust back into the realm of public debate. As reported by medical …

September 19, 2010

At Least Marie Antoinette Would Let Us Have Cake

During his campaign for the presidency, Barack Obama lamented the tendency of Americans to eat what we want, drive SUV’s, and keep our homes climate controlled at 70 degrees. Some will observe that I have already published a number …

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