Archive for: March 2011

March 17, 2011

Congress, The Village Idiots

Filed under: American Government - 17 Mar 2011

That’s a pretty bold statement to make until we look at some of their arguments for not resolving the enormous debt congress has racked up over the years. Harry Reid wants to subsidize Cowboys. Chuck Schumer wants to subsidies …

Somali prime minister claims U.N. promises help fighting Al-Shabaab, pirates

Somalia’s Prime Minister, Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed announced yesterday that he has been promised United Nations support in his government’s ongoing battle with terrorist group Al Shabaab and the marauding Somali pirates.

“Greece” is the word in Madison

In mid-February, political turmoil crashed up on the shores of Lake Monona in Madison, Wisconsin and surged all the way to the capitol grounds. Last year, when protesters raised havoc in Greece over budgetary austerity measures, some pundits said the …

March 16, 2011

U.S. prepared to help in aftermath of Japanese earthquake, tsunami

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 16 Mar 2011

The United States is prepared to help Japan deal with the aftermath of the massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that struck Friday “in any way we possibly can,” Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said during his Middle East tour. …

Palestine – Pontification, Prediction and Poppycock

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 16 Mar 2011

The world has been agog this week at the news that Israel’s Prime Minister – Benjamin Netanyahu – is to announce a new peace plan in May – possibly in an address to the United States Congress – in an …

Awww!

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 16 Mar 2011

Freshman Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin accused President Obama of sitting on the sidelines Tuesday while Congress debates “wildly different” budget bills which are expected to fail.

March 15, 2011

Terror Attack in Canada: A Question of When, Not If

Filed under: War On Terror - 15 Mar 2011

As we approach the ten year anniversary of the 9/11/2001 terror attacks, perhaps it is not surprising that we have watched the War on Terror given the back burner treatment.

What Will You Do When the Lights Go Out?

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Mar 2011

When the power goes off leaving you with no TV, Internet, or email you have a lot of time on your hands. Thankfully there are batteries, so my trusty computer will still work for a few hours, and I …

Who The Hay Is Baxter Black

Filed under: In The News,What The F@#K?!? - 15 Mar 2011

Harry Reid, in an attempt to discredit Republicans in the house, invoked the name of Baxter Black as being a victim of the current attempts at reducing the national deficit. Dr. Baxter Black is a former Veterinarian who after several …

How Democrats Intend To Win Big In 2012

Throughout 2010, liberals sought to diffuse conservative momentum and comfort themselves with the notion that this was not 1994, and therefore any repeat of the Republican landslide victory of that year was hardly an inevitability. However, in the wake of …

March 14, 2011

Japan earthquake,tsunami results in analysis of U.S. disaster response

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 14 Mar 2011

The United States is prepared to help Japan deal with the aftermath of the massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that struck Friday “in any way we possibly can,” Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said during his Middle East tour. …

Obama Calling Tea Party Racist Reveals A Far More Disturbing Reality

Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Mar 2011

Please consider the validity of what I am about to say rather than having a knee jerk reaction dismissing it as being “over the top”. Folks, we have an irresponsible egocentric evil man occupying the Oval Office.

Rome and Moscow

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 14 Mar 2011

By: George Weigel

Russian Federation president Dmitri Medvedev’s recent visit to the Vatican, which included an audience with Pope Benedict XVI, is being trumpeted in some quarters as further evidence of a dramatic breakthrough in relations between the Holy See and …

Enough of the Victimhood Nonsense

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 14 Mar 2011

One of the articles of faith of modern day liberalism is that the world is divided up into two classes. There are the oppressors and the victims. If you’re a white male, you’re an oppressor. If you’re something else then …

March 13, 2011

ALIPAC Asks Utah GOP To Retire Senator Hatch and Governor Herbert Over Amnesty

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 13 Mar 2011

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is asking Utah Republicans to ouster incumbent Senator Orin Hatch and Governor Gary Herbert due to their support for Amnesty for illegal aliens, which would destroy America’s borders.

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