Archive for: October 2010

October 16, 2010

Libertarianism’s Folly, Part Two

Filed under: Politics In General - 16 Oct 2010

In a piece I recently wrote about the dangers inherent in libertarianism, I pointed out that libertarians, by applying their live-and-let-live philosophy to the moral sphere as well as the governmental, do nothing to maintain the societal moral framework that …

Obama The Man Who Can’t Shout Straight

Filed under: Politics In General,Uncategorized - 16 Oct 2010

It’s gotten to the point nearly everything Obama promises are something he has no intention of delivering. No one likes to call their president a fraud but sometimes there’s no alternative. Obama is a fraud and there’s no other way …

The Left is Out of Ammunition

It’s almost a certainty that the Democrats are going to lose control of the House of Representatives, and it’s a possibility that the Senate will fall to the GOP as well. Things have gotten so bad for the Democrats that …

October 15, 2010

Secretary Napolitano misleads public about immigration, says watchdog group

Filed under: Immigration - 15 Oct 2010

While scolding the people of state of Arizona for their new immigration enforcement law, President Barack Obama and his Homeland Security Secretary repeatedly demonstrate their lack of enthusiasm for protecting the U.S. borders and cracking down on illegal (criminal) immigrants, …

Michael Bennet Should Resign

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 15 Oct 2010

Michael Bennet should promise to resign from the U.S. Senate.

If the Colorado Democrat, appointed to the Senate in 2009 loses the November election, then he should immediately resign. In doing so, he would continue a long honorable tradition and he …

Conservatives not recommitting to failed policies

As of this writing, the election is only a few weeks away. At this point it doesn’t pay to make any outrageous projection for the 2010 mid term elections. I’ll simply ditto the safe predictions, and say that the Republicans …

October 14, 2010

Meet the Illegal Immigration A-Team

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Immigration - 14 Oct 2010

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is endorsing ten new Federal candidates today because these eight Republican and two Democratic incumbents are receiving grades of A from NumbersUSA earning them the designation ‘A-Team’.


Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Oct 2010

By: Ben Cerruti

It would appear to be that the rational reason for individuals to seek high public office is the desire for to have a degree of influence in enabling changes they desire in government? In order to gain this …

Obama’s Un-Presidential Despicable Race Baiting

Question: When you squeeze an Orange, what comes out? Answer: Orange juice. Why? Because that’s what’s inside.

Obama is being squeezed by polls predicting a Republican landslide in November. Adding to Obama’s pressure is his lethargic base’s apathy about voting. So, …

October 13, 2010

On the Genius of Friedrich Hayek

Filed under: Economics,Education & Schools,History - 13 Oct 2010

The United States was founded upon certain fundamental ideas and principles – political, cultural, social and economic. As the American people’s faith in and adherence to those principles have eroded over the decades, those of us who cling to them …

A Fox in the Henhouse

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 13 Oct 2010

It seem as though our sacred rights and freedom are sometimes taken for granted, or have we become oblivious to the numbing effects of each and everyone of them slowly being diminished from our lives. Our freedoms are forever being …

The Unconventional Convention

I’ve just returned from the largest Tea Party Convention ever held, the Virginia Tea Party Patriots Convention.  As a person who has attended more political conventions than I can remember I can testify this was an unconventional convention.

October 12, 2010

Barrack Obama the Magnificent, [Or Not]

Filed under: Politics In General - 12 Oct 2010

Throughout history there have been men who believed themselves to be the anointed ones. Men who believed they were destined to restructure society to what they believe is the proper balances between master and surfs, Obama is no exception. The …

The Real Seamless Garment

Filed under: Abortion,Immigration - 12 Oct 2010

By: John Zmirak

Last week, an earnest Catholic commentator over at the Catholic Key Blog mourned the fact that House Democrats had spoiled the chances for “immigration reform” by linking the issue to unrelated matters that scared off supporters, tainting the …

Low morale plagues Homeland Security Department, say staff members

In a 2003 report to the U.S. Congress, the Government Accountability Office has designated implementing and transforming the Department of Homeland Security as high risk because DHS had to transform 22 agencies — several with significant management challenges — into …

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