Archive for: November 2010

November 10, 2010

My Name’s America and I’m a Debt-a-holic

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 10 Nov 2010

Anyone who’s walked down the twelve-step path or knows someone who has, which is almost everyone in America, has heard the saying, “Until you admit you have a problem there’s no hope for a cure.”

November 9, 2010

I’m OK With The Results Of Nov. 2nd

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 09 Nov 2010

Yes I’m happy with the results of the election, beyond anything else it proved the people do have a voice in how the country is run. November 2nd 2010 was a wakeup call for every person who runs for elective …

Having A Frank Conversation About Race

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Nov 2010

By: David R. Carlin

If we are to have, as Attorney-General Eric Holder suggested more than a year ago, a national “frank conversation about race,” the first thing that needs to be said is that such a conversation is virtually impossible. …

The Biggest Winner: The Tea Party Movement

The American Tea Party Movement is the biggest winner of Tuesday’s election. Overwhelming victories by “We The People” candidates confirm the movement to be a powerful force forever changing the landscape of U.S. politics.

November 8, 2010

Stewart and Colbert: Laughing with the left until it hurts

Filed under: In The News - 08 Nov 2010

There is just something about humor that makes it inviting in almost every situation. We love to have our funny bone tickled in so many ways, and it is both the joke and its creative delivery that keeps us coming …

The Next Step

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 08 Nov 2010

The Republicans have taken over the House of Representatives.

Good. Fine. Way better than the alternative.

WHAT NOW?

Transparency? Treasury Secretary hires firm to help coverup records

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 08 Nov 2010

Following a political tsunami that gave control of the House of Representatives, increased GOP members of the U.S. Senate, and increased the number of Republican governors nationwide, President Barack Obama will be leaving the U.S. behind to schmooze with officials …

November 7, 2010

The Tea Party Stole The Election

How is it possible for someone to seal something that already belongs to them? The Tea Party, American citizens one and all are as free to vote in an election as anyone else. Elections belong to “We the People” not …

The Business Cycle: Krugman vs. Austrian Economic Theory

The Keynesian black-box doesn’t work, because the reality of independent actions by millions of individuals is ignored in order to achieve a simplistic representation of the economy in computer models.

A Thumb in Leviathan’s Eye

By: John Zmirak

Pundits are still analyzing the outcome of last night’s elections, and it will take months to figure out what Americans’ votes will mean in terms of policy. Myself, I’m actually relieved that Republicans didn’t win both houses of …

November 6, 2010

First Test For The GOP Could Be Lisa Murkowski

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,The Republicans - 06 Nov 2010

There is a new and improved GOP in Washington. Or so we are told. No doubt that there is a lot of fresh blood in the House of Representatives, but when it comes to the Senate it is …

Prop 19: California’s marijuana smokers lose, DEA agents win

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 06 Nov 2010

The California marijuana legalization effort lost by nine percentage points on Election Day. Legalization proponents and activists showed support for the measure by holding a pot smoking rally outside their campaign’s headquarters to watch the election returns.

Wisconsin’s election results move state forward

The recent election brought about mixed results based upon my expectations. Pending the outcome of the undecided Senate races at the time of this writing, the U.S. Senate elections will have somewhat worse results than I expected. The congressional elections …

November 5, 2010

TAKE ACTION: ALIPAC Issues Major Election Fraud Alert

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 05 Nov 2010

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is issuing a major election fraud alert to our national network of activists, groups, campaigns, and media.

New terror threats concern U.S. security, law enforcement officials

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 05 Nov 2010

Senior U.S. intelligence, security and law enforcement officials are concerned over recent intelligence and “chatter” that strongly suggests al-Qaeda or the Taliban — or an affiliate group — may have already snuck another terrorist into the U.S. to launch an …

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