Archive for: November 2010

November 30, 2010

A New World Order Guide

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 Nov 2010

Suppose that there might exist on our planet elements that wanted to establish a single world government. Such a single centralized entity would obviously require individual countries to relinquish their individual sovereignties. Americans would have to accept a world constitution …

Balanced Budget By 2037

Filed under: American Government - 30 Nov 2010

President Obama brought together a bunch of politicians to form a deficit panel and they were going to come up with a plan to reduce the deficit. What did they throw up on the table to chew on? We increase …

The Emperor’s Last Laugh

Once upon a time, there lived a vain Emperor. Because he was a man of little substance, he knew he had to project a grand image to fool his subjects. Consequently, he was forever talking with raised chin, dressing inelegant …

November 29, 2010

SPLC: The wolf who cried ‘hate’

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 Nov 2010

Self-marginalizing left turns itself into a punch line

Prior to November’s secular-socialism rollback, America’s ever-shrill “progressive” machine contorted in a desperate effort to paint the Tea Party movement as a horde of hateful, inbred racists. Judging by the results, it was …

Déjà vu, all over again?

Filed under: The Republicans - 29 Nov 2010

I don’t know about you, but I voted in November to send a message to stop run-away spending, stop government expansion, and defend our country from our enemies. I voted against incumbents, both Republican and Democrats, who voted against …

The TSA Versus American Manhood

I’m not a politician, although some of my friends have told me I should consider running for public office. That will never happen though, primarily because I’m not wealthy, and secondarily because I’m not mentally impaired. Of course, if I …

November 28, 2010

Time to START Supporting Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Nov 2010

A broken clock is right twice a day, and even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.  It’s not surprising therefore that even as President Obama and the Soros Administration work feverishly to transform America into …

Combating terrorism in Saudi Arabia: Government study evaluates progress

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 28 Nov 2010

U.S. officials noted Saudi Arabia’s neighbor, Yemen, is emerging as a base from which al-Qaeda terrorists can launch attacks against U.S. and Saudi interests.

The U.S. government considers the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a vital partner in combating terrorism, according …

Congratulations & Happy Holidays Tea Party Patriots

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Featured Conservative - 28 Nov 2010

Brother and sister tea party patriots, pat yourselves on the back. Congratulations, we did it! November 2nd, 2010 marked a huge step forward in our efforts to take back America. Numerous tea party candidates beat democrats and RINO republicans causing …

November 27, 2010

Palestine – European Union Hustles in Brussels

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 27 Nov 2010

The Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union is just one of many organizations and political institutions that have been caught up in the rhetoric of their own statements leading them to repeat ad infinitum the false claim that Israeli …

Stop This In Your Face Government

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Nov 2010

Every citizen should read and study the constitution, teach it to their children, shout it from the roof tops until this government bureaucracy gets it. The constitution is not about what the government’s entitled to do, the first seven articles …

Democrats Digging in

Most Americans praise bipartisanship. They see it as the mature thing to do. Americans of differing opinions coming together to reach a consensus and work for the good of the country. And while that might actually happen from time to …

November 26, 2010

Obama’s airport security strategy dictated by CAIR

Filed under: American National Security,What The F@#K?!? - 26 Nov 2010

Obama said counterterrorism experts have told him that the current procedures are the only ones that they think can effectively guard against threats such as last year’s attempted Christmas-day bombing.

Disband the TSA

It is September 11 that immediately comes to mind when most Americans think of terrorism. Although the 9/11 attacks were indeed horrific terrorism’s first big heyday may have been the 1980s.

November 25, 2010

A Tea Party Thanksgiving

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Nov 2010

Ask me what I am thankful for this year, and one of the first things that comes to mind is the social/political phenomenon of the Tea Party.

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