Archive for: September 2011

September 27, 2011

Judicial Activism Goes Berserk

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 27 Sep 2011

In a pending civil lawsuit in a Texas Federal Court, a constitutional nightmare is occurring that could have ominous consequences for all Americans. In violation of the Constitution, the activist federal judge in this case has made a U.S. business …

A “Safe” & “Legal” Procedure That’s Always Fatal

Here we go again, a bunch of fanatics disrupt a public hearing screaming “safe” and “legal” in an obvious effort to block sensible, long overdue regulations that protect health and are supported by a majority of the public.

September 26, 2011

Greece on the Brink

The Greek government is in a gigantic financial hole and is teetering on the brink of defaulting on its debt. It has been able to limp along since last year only with bailouts from outside of Greece.

Americans Converge to Confront Illegal Immigration in New Mexico

Filed under: Immigration - 26 Sep 2011

Americans who represent the over 77% of US citizens who oppose driver licenses for illegal aliens are converging on New Mexico by phone today. This effort is to support Republican Governor Susana Martinez and the ground swell of New Mexico …

Governor Brewer: Maricopa County needs your help!

Filed under: Immigration - 26 Sep 2011

Governor you stood up to the immigration fiasco. There is a bigger fiasco taking place in Maricopa County. It wasn’t too long ago when you were a supervisor in the same county.

The Heart of political Disagreement

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 26 Sep 2011

Nearly all disputes about political economic issues, boil down to differences in philosophies regarding the nature of the legitimate role of government. When I’m discussing an economic issue with someone and there is disagreement, my first question to them is …

September 25, 2011

Chris Matthews: The New King of the Luds.

Filed under: Economics - 25 Sep 2011

Chris Matthews was hysterical after the last Republican debate. The future president was not even off the stage and Matthews was ranting about something. It seems that he was taking a science view and wanted to call Governor Rick Perry the leader of the “Luddite Charge”.

Granted Matthews the star of maybe the lowest rated show on the networks has this thing for science. Maybe he is an Algore drinking buddy. But in my book I destroyed the concept of Global Warming so let’s destroy it some more today.

Palestine – Telling The UN Some Home Truths

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 25 Sep 2011

Israel’s Prime Minister – Benjamin Netanyahu – has announced his intention to address the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week in connection with the proposed application by the PLO for recognition of a Palestinian Arab State along …

The Security Sex

We have all heard about the sex gap in voting patterns.  This is the phenomenon whereby, in every election, women are far more likely to support liberal candidates than men are.  For instance, in 1996, Bill Clinton captured 54 percent …

September 24, 2011

Does Alzheimer’s Justify Divorce?

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Religion & Faith - 24 Sep 2011

Recently, Pat Robertson, chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, told his “700 Club” viewers that divorcing a wife with Alzheimer’s disease is justifiable (click here). His statement came in response to a viewer’s question, and one would hope that …

Shaking Assumptions Regarding Natural Disasters

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 24 Sep 2011

Though the event displays the wonder of God and His creation, no minister can hand down an edict one way or the other whether a particular earthquake other than the ones foretold in prophetic passages of Scripture such as the …

Obama’s anti-Wall Street rhetoric blamed for mounting protests

With millions of Americans unemployed, and millions of others losing their home and their savings, the almost constant anti-capitalist rhetoric — about Wall Street and corporate “fat cats” and “billionaires and millionaires not paying their fair share” — by elected …

September 23, 2011

Thank Goodness for NFL Football!

Filed under: Politics In General - 23 Sep 2011

National League Football may be nothing more than temporary escape for the average America when we must face the rigors of our country’s economic crisis, but it helps. This semi-barbaric, violence-laced competition comes just in time and ironically also delivers …

McGinniss Book About Palin: Yet Another Attack on America

The Joe McGinniss Sarah Palin book, “The Rogue” is the left’s latest hate letter to God fearing patriotic Americans. Make no mistake about it folks. The McGinniss attack along with the other numerous attacks on Sarah Palin are really about …

Label Them Liberal: No Labels, no honesty, no guts

You might remember a Peanuts strip in which scoutmaster Snoopy tries to teach his bird scouts a lesson in survival. “If I were lost in the woods, you know what I would do? I’d open this can of tennis balls,” …

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