Archive for: May 2011

May 31, 2011

Supremes torpedo Obama’s Arizona lawsuit on illegal aliens

Filed under: Immigration - 31 May 2011

In a definite setback for President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that individual states have the right to revoke the licenses businesses that know they are employing illegal aliens. The case is …

Taxes just one more time and it will be just perfect.

Filed under: Taxes & Taxation - 31 May 2011

The big argument now is that the deficit is too large so let’s get it under control. One half wants to reduce spending, the other side wants to tax. The latter was the same group that was going to spend …

The Late Great American Dollar

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative - 31 May 2011

The economic crisis that hit the developed world a few years ago was devastating. Millions lost their jobs, their homes, and their retirements. But the next catastrophe — which could be coming soon — will make the recent recession feel …

May 30, 2011

Happy Memorial Day/ Tea Are The World

Filed under: Politics In General - 30 May 2011

A few Memorial Days ago, I was sitting comfortably on my sofa, enjoying salty snacks and a refreshing sweet tea while watching a program honoring our military on TV. Mary would inform me when the charcoals were ready to throw …

Chicago trial: Pakistani agents implicated in Mumbai terror attacks

Filed under: War On Terror - 30 May 2011

The man who pleaded guilty of conducting reconnaissance of possible locations for the 2008 Mumbai, India, terrorist attacks testified in a Chicago courtroom that members of Pakistan’s intelligence service have links to the terrorist organization that perpetrated the attacks and …

Government Abusing The Public Trust

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 30 May 2011

Any time the government prostitutes the law in order to please their big time special interest financial contributors, they are abusing the public trust. Our government employees, particularly the judges, are there to protect the public from the shylocks who …

Judges Run Amok

There has always been a problem with the judiciary in this country. Too often judges confuse their roles and think of themselves as lawmakers and executives, instead of just judges. They want to make the law, not just interpret it. …

May 28, 2011

Judicial Corruption

Filed under: Corruption,Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 28 May 2011

A few days ago, I wrote an article published by Land of The Free. The article involved a San Angelo, Texas, not Dallas as I originally stated, United States District Court Judge Sam R. Cummings. This article is meant to …

Dawn of Democracy?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,In The News - 28 May 2011

2011 has been a remarkable year in world politics. Never before in recent history have there been so many examples in quick succession of citizens rising up against their governments. Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, and Syria have all witnessed political …

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a holiday when we as a society celebrate with eager anticipation of the unofficial start of summer. The grills come out, propane tanks are filled. Rentals, hotels, motels and time shares are reserved. Pools are cleaned up …

To Tyranny And Beyond

The Transportation Safety Administration has flexed the power of President Obama’s federal government. This is same government, mind you, that could not be bothered to accept a default judgment against the New Black Panther Party for the most blatant …

May 27, 2011

Teaing It Up In Vegas To Defeat Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 May 2011

I just returned home to Florida after co-hosting a 3 hour radio-thon in Vegas. We raised funds for the Campaign To Defeat Obama in 2012, of which, I am Vice Chair.

Quietly We Go Like Sheep to the Slaughter

When President Jimmy Carter and the U.S. Congress created the U.S. Department of Energy, little did Americans know at the time that pencil-pushing bureaucrats would slowly and silently create a colossus centralized government power.

Obama minions refuse to designate Mexican gangs as terrorists

Filed under: War On Terror - 27 May 2011

Officials from the Obama administration tturned down pleas from lawmakers and public-interest groups to place the names of Mexican drug cartels on their list of designated terrorist organizations.

Why America Needs Governor Perry To Run

So far in this presidential election cycle, the Republicans are off to a less than rousing start. Primarily, their weakness results from an inability to coalesce around a single believable conservative candidate.

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