Archive for: August 2011

August 20, 2011

Compromise often is a losing proposition

In the aftermath of the wrangling over increasing the federal debt ceiling, the editorial topic du jour seems heavily invested in lauding the “virtue” of compromise. It’s as if the mere mention of the term automatically places one on a …

August 19, 2011

They Who Live by the Race Card Die by the Race Card

Due to Obama’s declining poll numbers, Democrat tongues loosened by cocktails at parties are quietly suggesting, “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could primary Obama out with Hillary? Darn it, we can’t because Obama is black!”

The Times Poll on the Debt Bill sounds a little Shady

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 19 Aug 2011

Does it crack you up when you see a liberal poll slanted to the left? If you read the Times article that accompanies the poll it is always very enlightening. And to start we need some real basic questions asked: …

No Contest: The Reagan Stimulus vs. the Obama One

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 19 Aug 2011

How ironic that as America debated its debt ceiling all summer and faced a stunning credit downgrade, the nation approached a most timely anniversary: It was August 13, 1981, that President Reagan signed the Economic Recovery Act. Understanding Reagan’s thinking …

August 18, 2011

Former New York top cop hired by Brits to lead anti-gang operations

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 18 Aug 2011

British Prime Minister David Cameron has hired the former New York City police commissioner and Los Angeles police chief William Bratton to help combat Britain’s out-of control street gangs, who were alleged to be the main culprits of the riots …

Palestine – Duping The United Nations

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Aug 2011

Dr Ghassan Khatib, the Special Envoy of the unelected and unconstitutional Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas, last week addressed the Capital Jewish Forum in the Victorian Parliament House. He was introduced by Mr Izzat Abdulhadi, Palestinian Authority Head of …

It’s All His Fault!

Supposedly when George Washington was a boy, he chopped down a cherry tree, then admitted his guilt to his father, saying, “I cannot tell a lie.” Although it’s possible that story may have some truth to it, it’s pretty …

August 17, 2011

Big Deal or No Big Deal?

Filed under: American Economy,Economics,In The News - 17 Aug 2011

As the August 2 deadline for a debt-ceiling deal drew near, many expected a big deal that would significantly change the direction of federal fiscal policy. After weeks of tumultuous negotiations, partisan bickering, and impassioned histrionics, the agreement that finally …

Obama-Netanyahu speak about Israeli counterterrorism measures

Filed under: War On Terror - 17 Aug 2011

President Barack Obama and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday spoke in order to “consult on regional issues and efforts to achieve Middle East peace,” according to a the White House press statement.

NAACP and Black Ministers Betrayal of Blacks

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism,Myths & Lies - 17 Aug 2011

Are you folks as sick of reading my articles on this topic as I am writing about it? Just as Ronald Reagan said to Jimmy Carter during the 1980 debate, I say to the NAACP, “Well, there you go again”; …

President Downgrade

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative,In The News - 17 Aug 2011

When Barack Obama promised change that would transform America, most never suspected that he would make history by presiding over the nation’s first-ever credit downgrade.  But, well, yes – he can.

August 16, 2011

An American Playwright Sees the Light

Filed under: Politics In General - 16 Aug 2011

In the fall of last year, I published two articles in this journal that were testaments to the genius of Friedrich Hayek (see On the Genius of Friedrich Hayek, I and II). I argued there that progressive education …

Say Good-bye to Our AAA Rating. Say Hello to Communism!

Filed under: In The News - 16 Aug 2011

It is quite funny. All these kooks including O’Reilly have no clue about finance. They tell the folks that we have to pass the debt bill and raise the debt ceiling otherwise the Americans will be hurt! Does that sound …

Is Government a Moral Idea?

Thomas Paine once wrote that: “Government is, at its very best, a necessary evil; at it’s worst an intolerable one.” There is a lot of wisdom in that phrase. It’s something that every American should think about. Especially now, in …

August 15, 2011

A Lesson Learned From Wisconsin’s Recall Election

The estimates range between 30 and 32 million dollars spent by the Democrat Party in their failed attempt to regain control of Wisconsin. I wonder how many school lunches could have been purchased with 30 million dollars. How many tanks …

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