Archive for: March 2011

March 31, 2011

Black ignorance and enlightenment: two different worlds

Filed under: Politics In General - 31 Mar 2011

Oy-yoy-yoy, it’s an odd time we live in.  Electing a community organizer to lead the Free World has resulted in what happens when you elect a community organizer to lead the Free World.  And yet swaths of the country don’t …

Where Are We Going?

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism,Myths & Lies - 31 Mar 2011

Do you remember when the argument against drilling for oil here, in the U.S., was that it would take years and years before it would make a difference? I do. Do you remember hearing that same argument applied to wind …

Inexact Science: Liberals’ words reveal their ignorance

If there’s ever a time that liberals are more dishonest than when they claim to defend the Constitution, it’s when they pose as the embodiment of scientific integrity. Because they accuse their conservative opponents of “fearing science,” liberals presume the …

March 30, 2011

Lloyd Marcus: Mr. Tea Party Goes to San Francisco

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 Mar 2011

Hi Patriots. I just returned home to Florida from San Francisco where I emceed a fund raiser for the “Campaign To Defeat Barack Obama in 2012”. I am also a Vice Chair.

On the airplane, CNN was available, Fox News was …

Covering the eternal conflict: Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin on the frontline

Filed under: In The News - 30 Mar 2011

When most of the denizens of U.S. newsrooms all but ignored the drug war that exploded on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border, I watched Fox News Channel’s national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin on the Mexican side of the border …

Pennsylvania Governor Places Communal Glory Over Individual Worth

In his comments regarding the cancellation of a football game, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell actually let slip the contempt he feels towards the citizens of the United States in general and the people of the Keystone State in particular.

What Needs To Be Said About What Needs To Be Done

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 30 Mar 2011

Its spring and I’m in a motel snowed in for the second time in three days.  This past weekend I spoke at a symposium hosted by the Tenth Amendment Center at Southern New Hampshire University.  It was a power …

March 29, 2011

The Church and the Unions

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 29 Mar 2011

By: George Weigel

Judging by the impassioned commentary from some Catholic quarters during recent confrontations between unionized public-sector workers and state governments, you’d think we were back in 1919, with the Church defending the rights of wage slaves laboring in sweat …

How come the Japanese don’t sound like the Ugly Americans!

By: Dr. Phil Taverna

Can any of you imagine being assaulted by a mountain of water striking relentlessly? And put this 30 to 60 foot mountain of water in your neighborhood. That would be like a 3 story or a 6 …

U.S.-Israeli relationship never stronger, says Defense Secretary

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 29 Mar 2011

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said during his visit in Tel Aviv on Thursday that the United States and Israel’s relationship has never been stronger and that both nations should stand together “as we contemplate and work with the extraordinary …

Human Motivation

Can human behavior be programed by social engineers and economic planners?

Keynesian macroeconomics reintroduced and popularized in the 1930s the presumption of the 19th century’s socialist philosophers who had expected to emulate in the social sciences the methodology of Newton’s physics …

March 28, 2011

ALIPAC Asks Authorities to Cancel Illegal Immigration Terror Drill

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 28 Mar 2011

Tomorrow, Iowa law enforcement and emergency responders will join with federal agents to hunt down white gun owners upset about illegal immigration who start indiscriminately shooting minorities in a school while screaming racial slurs, such as, they are tired of …

Saudi and Kuwaiti royalty attempt to buy loyalty

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 28 Mar 2011

On Friday, during a speech televised throughout the Middle East and North Africa, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz announced a number of royal decrees, believed to be an effort to placate those opposing the current government.

Truth And Lies Of A Government “Shutdown”

In broad daylight, after having won a landslide victory last November, congressional Republicans are engineering the most embarrassing surrender since Napoleon at Waterloo. And the greatest outrage of it is that such a debacle need not ever take place. To …

March 27, 2011

Congressional Staff Bonuses

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 27 Mar 2011

Congress felt they did such a wonderful job in the last couple of years that they handed out bonuses.  For real.

I’ll bet you didn’t even know that House members could give bonuses to their staff.  They can.  And they did.  …

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