Archive for: December 2010

December 21, 2010

Screwtape on Pleasure

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 21 Dec 2010

A former student of mine, now teaching seniors in a public high school, told me that she briefly reads out loud each day. One book she read was C. S. Lewis’s saga of the devil’s mind, The Screwtape Letters. I …

DOES LETTING THE WEALTHY KEEP THEIR MONEY CREATE JOBS OR NOT?

As are many of you, I’m following the discussion on extending the Bush Tax Cuts, especially for the wealthy. One of the primary arguments to justify more taxation in the name of the needy is that letting wealthy people keep …

December 20, 2010

Obama, Gates ignore national security failure

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 20 Dec 2010

While patting himself and his warfighting team on the back over successes in Afghanistan, President Barack Obama — as well as Defense Secretary Robert Gates — is ignoring the recent defense failure on Wednesday.

Label Me Conservative

The reason Democrats lost big in the recent mid-terms is labels. Yes, whenever the chattering classes start telling us that ideological labels impede constructive national dialogue, it usually means the liberal/progressive agenda is being soundly rejected again.

Court Rules Against Unconstitutional Excesses Of Obamacare

Constitutional advocates are hailing the decision of U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson to strike down a central element of Obamacare which would require citizens to purchase healthcare or face a fine. And while Hudson did rule correctly, his decision is …

December 19, 2010

A lesson for Sean Hannity on the 17th amendment

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights - 19 Dec 2010

A recent exchange between Sean Hannity and one of his listeners provides an opportunity to educate the public on the 17th amendment of the United States Constitution.  Sean, defending the 10th amendment – which grants those powers not specifically delegated …

Innkeeper’s Bad Press Not Necessarily Deserved

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Dec 2010

As the opening act of the Greatest Story Ever Told, each character mentioned in the Christmas narrative has had a number of literary traditions and homiletical assumptions added that may or may not be directly traceable to the text of …

Something Really Smells in Olympia

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Dec 2010

The title is wrong, it doesn’t just smell, it reeks; Olympia reeks of corruption, favoritism, back room deals and money under the table going into politicians, judges and bureaucrats outstretched, up turned palms.

Border Patrol agent murdered in Arizona

A decorated agent of the U.S. Border Patrol on Tuesday night was shot and killed on the U.S. side of the Arizona-Mexico border while attempting to apprehend suspects who regularly victimize illegal immigrants, according to the leader of National Border …

December 18, 2010

Hamas puppetmasters? Palestinians push Obama, Clinton to “bully” Israelis

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 18 Dec 2010

The Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas requested that the Obama Administration and the U.S. State Department lean on the Israeli government to get them to halt the eviction of a Hamas lawmaker from Jerusalem.

Will UCLA and Dream Act Amnesty Groups Denounce Racist Comments?

Filed under: Immigration - 18 Dec 2010

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is calling on UCLA and Dream Act Amnesty supporting groups to renounce the racist comments that UCLA instructor Kent Wong made on video stating Dream Amnesty would allow illegal aliens to replace white Americans.

Government Employees – For The Most Part, Over Paid, Over Staffed, Lazy and Too Often, Found In A Nearly Prone Position

I know, I know, there are quite a few public servants who are conscientious about doing their jobs, and actually do the job they’re paid, through public funds, to do. The problem is, I, and probably many of my readers …

December 17, 2010

VIDEO: Dream Amnesty Supporters Racist Comments Against Whites

Filed under: Immigration - 17 Dec 2010

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Educating Nancy

Filed under: Politics In General,Taxes & Taxation - 17 Dec 2010

By: Alan Levesque

Recently our soon to be former Speaker of the House made the following statement:

“Giving $700 billion to the wealthiest people in America does add $700 billion dollars to the deficit. And the record and history shows and does …

Lloyd Pondering: His Wonderful Life

Filed under: Potpourri - 17 Dec 2010

Hi Guys and Gals, Right now I am feeling like, George Bailey, the lead character in the classic Christmas movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life”. George had big dreams of leaving his small town, attending college and becoming an architect. George …

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