Archive for: October 2011

October 20, 2011

Tea Party Represents America, Not Occupy Wall Street

Filed under: In The News - 20 Oct 2011

For years, I have been impressed with this young man I see working at Walmart retrieving shopping carts in the parking lot. He is challenged, I suspect from birth, with physical issues involving an arm and a leg. I saw …

Obama And The Wall Street Communist

The Wall Street protesters seem to have some support from anonymous people. There are strong indications that George Soros has a hand in this, but naturally he denies these accusations?

October 19, 2011

Rating The GOP Candidates’ October Debate Performances

Filed under: The Republicans - 19 Oct 2011

Thank God for the most recent Republican primary debate, because without it the so-called journalists of the Jurassic news media would have been forced to waste ALL of Tuesday last talking about those silly, pampered, rich kids of the ‘Occupy… …

America’s Orwellian Liberalism

The ink was barely dry on the asterisk in Jimmy Hoffa Jr.’s rant about taking out those “sons-of-b*tches”—referring to Tea Party members—when the vice president made his own contribution at a Labor Day rally. “This is a fight for the …

October 18, 2011

Report card: Bio-terrorism preparedness gets thumbs down by bipartisan group

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 18 Oct 2011

A report released Wednesday by the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Center gives failing of near failing grades for U.S, bio-terrorism preparedness and response, according to U.S. Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY), Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security,

The Qwikster Joins the Dead

Filed under: In The News - 18 Oct 2011

I’ve been wondering how many of the Occupy Wall Street squatters are actually enraged Netflix subscribers or retirees with Netflix stock in the 401K?

The timing is about right. In August Netflix increases the fee for plans that include video streaming …

The Coming Contraction

The party’s over and it’s time to pay the bill.  Our government has been on a spending binge for as long as I can remember.  With Clinton and Newt’s slight-of-hand accounting back in the late 90s notwithstanding, which wouldn’t withstand …

October 17, 2011

‘God Bless Them?’ Congresswoman Pelosi on the Wall Street Mob

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has a lengthy track record of jaw-dropping political statements. Among them, the lifelong Roman Catholic has been a huge disappointment to her Church on matters of unborn human life, which I’ve personally written about on many …

The “Occupy” Groups Shield Obama

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 17 Oct 2011

In recent days there have been a number of groups popping up across the nation going by the moniker “Occupy.” Whether it is Occupy Wall Street or Occupy Kansas City in Kansas, these protest groups claim that they represent the …

Democrats Waging War (Against America?)

Filed under: History,The Democrats - 17 Oct 2011

I watched the Democrats wage war. They managed to wage the Korea war to a stalemate that still hasn’t brought a treaty of peace after six decades. I watched them lose the Vietnam conflict by voting to stop all funding …

Political Persecution in Maricopa County

When we think of political persecution, places such as Tiananmen Square may come to mind.  Increasingly, however, this tool of tyranny is coming to our shores – and it is not made in China.  It is, in the case I’ll …

October 16, 2011

Zany Laura and her Attempt at Culture and Humor.

Filed under: Politics In General - 16 Oct 2011

I enjoyed Ingraham’s other books and find her conservative positions on the Factor very inspiring. But Of Thee I Zing may leave a little bit to be desired. It is like Bill Maher. He is probably a good to great …

Notes of a 99-er

Speaking as one of the 99% exploited by the evil rich, the teeming hordes of malcontents occupying Wall Street and other major cities DO NOT SPEAK FOR ME. I would rather die in poverty than live on their state-sanctioned …

Yes, It’s Bigotry

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 16 Oct 2011

Robert Jeffress, a supporter of Governor Rick Perry,(as am I, though it looks like his candidacy might not amount to much) introduced the Governor by asking a question to the audience. Would they rather have a good moral person, or …

Can Liberals Devise A New “Grassroots” Phenomenon?

On August 1, 1988, several dozen radio stations across America began broadcasting a revolutionary radio program in which a single individual, with no guests, delivered a veritable monologue of observations on the state of the nation and its culture. In …

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