Archive for: February 2011

February 13, 2011

Social Security and the Fallacy of Government Compassion

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Feb 2011

The chatter is becoming a roar. With the first baby boomers approaching the legal retirement age and concern mounting over the solvency of Social Security, the first solution on the table is to raise the age even higher. …

When Will The GOP Go After Obama For His Crimes?

That’s right, I used the word crimes in the title of this article, and I make no apologies for it. What else would you call contempt of court, breach of official oath and possible seditious conspiracy?

February 12, 2011

Boondoggle and priority spending test for elected “Tea Party” congress

Filed under: American Military - 12 Feb 2011

by Dr. Laurie Roth

Recently I got a call from the Former Deputy Secretary of the Army describing the recent push to spend up to $2.9 billion on a new and different second engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. …

Why Socialism is Evil

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 12 Feb 2011

In order for socialism to function in a society its tenets require the forcible redistribution of income and wealth. In practice this has never been able to be accomplished since much of wealth is the accumulation of income over time. …

Here A Sin, There A Vice And Liberals Want To Tax Them All

Raise your hand if you have ever sinned. Ok, shame on those of you who kept your hands down because you have sinned once again by lying. I know you will not admit it. But you have. …

Recent calls for civility are only rhetorical

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 12 Feb 2011

This column is about old news, and has been overshadowed in the news cycle because of the recent upheaval in the Middle east. Yet this issue is one that will be a prominent issue over the next two years, so …

Effectively Fortifying America In Dangerous Times

As Egypt continues in turmoil, western liberals remain committed to wallowing in their blind myopia, oblivious to the warnings that cry out to them from the pages of history. Incredibly, they believe that by some strange means, the aftermath of …

February 11, 2011

Gov Scott’s Budget Displays Tea Party Courage

Filed under: In The News - 11 Feb 2011

In Eustis Florida, I had the great pleasure of warming up the crowd, speaking, entertaining and singing at a Tea Party rally in which Florida Governor Rick Scott debuted his 2011 Budget. It was a historic event solidifying the power …

The Brit PM’s Limp-wristed Attack on Multiculturalism

A sad testimonial as to the effete state of Western culture is that even ineffectual, feminized defenses of it are applauded as brave.  Case in point: British Prime Minister David Cameron has made news by giving a speech in …

Keynesian Philosophical Assumptions

Filed under: Economics,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 11 Feb 2011

Keynesian macroeconomics is inconceivable without Darwinian evolution and secular socialism.

U.S. Senate: Fort Hood shooter’s radicalism ignored by superiors

The U.S. Army major who killed 13 people — 12 soldiers, one civilian — and wounded 32 others was known to be a radical Islamist by his superiors but no action against his display of radicalism was taken, according to …

February 10, 2011

Message to Congress: Don’t “fix” ObamaCare

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 10 Feb 2011

In the wake of Judge Vinson’s evisceration of ObamaCare, it appears that the plaintiffs – the attorneys general and governors of the 26 states involved in the suit – are recognizing their power.  While the administration pretends nothing happened, they’re …

Obama, Harper met Friday for border security discussion

Filed under: Immigration - 10 Feb 2011

U.S. President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper met on Friday to discuss major changes to border security. The meeting will lead to the most sweeping reforms since the 1988 free trade agreement between the two nations.

From Pat Buchanan to Rand Paul: What Have We Learned?

Filed under: Politics In General - 10 Feb 2011

Last year’s congressional elections turned out better than conservatives deserved. Republicans grabbed back the power of the purse with the House of Representatives, giving them the ability — if they have the strategy and the nerve — to hobble the …

Black American Dreads Black History Month

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 10 Feb 2011

February 1, 2011, I can’t help imagining Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the NAACP, the Congressional Black Caucus and all of the other race profiteering usual suspects joyously awakening with a song in their hearts, “It’s The Most Wonderful Month of …

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