Archive for: December 2010

December 12, 2010

Judge Porteous Should Just be the Beginning

Judge Thomas Porteous, a federal judge from Louisiana, appointed to the bench by President Clinton, was unanimously impeached by the House of Representatives earlier this year, and was unanimously convicted by the Senate on December 8th, 2010, removing him from …

December 11, 2010

We Don’t Need Healthcare Reform

Filed under: Politics In General - 11 Dec 2010

That’s right folks, we don’t need healthcare reform. What we need, is to enforce existing state statutory laws we already have on the books.

Hot Air From The Unsustainable Wind-Energy Industry

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Politics In General - 11 Dec 2010

Wind energy; you hear a lot about how great it is. But what is the truth? Well, apparently this source of power which environmental activists tout as the solution to all of our problems is more unsustainable than …

The Original Lie: Basis of America’s Ruling Class Barbarians

By the close of WW II, Richard Weaver and countless other classical liberals apprehensively discerned that the Western civilized nations were on the road to breakdown and totalitarianism.

December 10, 2010

Salvation Army Bells Deemed Offensive

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 10 Dec 2010

Giant, a prominent Washington DC area supermarket chain, has curtailed the number of days that the Salvation Army will be permitted to solicit donations this Christmas season outside of the grocery retailer’s locations.

ALIPAC Leads Charge To Warn America of Impending Amnesty Vote

Filed under: Immigration - 10 Dec 2010

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is scheduling interviews on talk radio shows across America and rallying bloggers and activists to warn Americans that the Senate and House plan to vote on the Dream Act Amnesty bill tomorrow, which would displace …

Palestine – Doublecrossing Obama Signals Problems For Abbas

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 10 Dec 2010

President Obama has been doublecrossed by the extraordinary behaviour of Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas in seeking Brazil’s recognition of a Palestinian State “within the 1967 borders”.

Dial TSA For Murder

The public furor over enhanced security screening policies implemented by the Transportation Security Administration has its roots in the September 11 terrorist attacks. On that date, 19 Muslim foreigners who were terrorist sleeper cells boarded four jetliners, overpowered the aircrew, …

December 9, 2010

Wikileaks’ Julian Assange calls for Obama to step down

Filed under: American National Security,In The News - 09 Dec 2010

In an effort to take the offensive, WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange demanded that President Barack Obama resign from office if it’s shown that he authorized — or ordered — U.S. State Department officials to conduct covert surveillance on the United Nations …

Lloyd Marcus’ Top Ten Tea Party Patriots of the Year.

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Dec 2010

One of the TV networks aired their America’s Ten Most Fascinating People of the Year Special. Kim Kardashian was one of the people selected. Nothing against this young lady, but what has Kim Kardashian done other than being Kim Kardashian …

Citizen Government

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 09 Dec 2010

In the 18th century our Founding Fathers were forced into crafting a new republic, after rejecting over a century as colonies of England. This republic was an experiment in governance design to support a vibrant free market economy, a growing …

December 8, 2010

Lucrezia Borgia, NASA – One giant leap from a lake to a lapse

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 08 Dec 2010

The news is buzzing with headlines like “Arsenic eating bacteria suggests extraterrestrial life possible,” the headlines are not on the Enquirer at the checkout line, they are coming from NASA.

Tweets Regarding Junk Touching

Filed under: In The News - 08 Dec 2010

Janet Napolitano received a security pat down. Poor sap forced to do that deserves either a medal or hazardous duty pay.

Wonder if TSA administrator John Pistole’s pistol would even show up on the full body scanner or be of sufficient …

Learning the Truth About Education

You can’t know what you don’t know, but you can know that you don’t know.  Knowing the difference is wisdom.  Realizing that knowledge is the cure for ignorance should be the inspiration for education.

Governor Christie: a lump of coal in union stockings

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 08 Dec 2010

I know, there’s a lot going on, what with this lame cluck Congress tossing pandering bones to every victim class (gays, Hispanics, the class-warfare crowd) imaginable, and Heir E. Reid firming up his national embarrassment agenda. Don’t get me …

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