Archive for: November 2011

November 14, 2011

Occupy Wall Street: They Need Our help!

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 14 Nov 2011

There are some good points that come from the Occupy Wall Street Movement (OWM) gang. First off they are unhappy with the way things are. So join the club. But the problem is what’s the problem and how do you …

Two Septembers: When Wall Street Erupted

As the indignation of the Wall Street Occupiers spreads across the nation, it is time to step back and consider the broader historical perspective. What will history books record about the Wall Street Occupation? For starters, what was the start …

How The Establishment Intends To Maintain Control

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the entire Herman Cain “sexual harassment” controversy was its complete predictability. The moment Cain stunned the nation by winning the Florida straw poll, an ambush of this nature became inevitable. And it is for …

November 13, 2011

Palestine – War Monger Not Peace Lover

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 13 Nov 2011

Amid all the hogwash that passes for political commentary – it is apparent that the 15 members of the Security Council are facing a huge dilemma in deciding whether to recommend the admission of Palestine to the United Nations …

It’s Time for a Sacred Cow Barbeque

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 13 Nov 2011

The State of Ohio had a chance on November the 8th to bring some fiscal sanity to their state. They could have curbed the ravenous appetites of the public sector unions, saved money and helped entice businesses to move to …

What Ray Stevens Told Me

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 13 Nov 2011

It was in the mid-1970s on a typical summer evening that I first learned about Ray Stevens. I was with my family in the Southeast Kansas town of Independence, and we were preparing to enjoy a nice leisurely dinner at …

November 12, 2011

Obama weakening U.S. defense, military tells Congress

Filed under: American Military,American National Security - 12 Nov 2011

As the nation prepares to honor its warfighters on Veterans Day, the top military commanders from the four service branches of the U.S. Armed Forces spoke openly to a congressional panel about the dangerous road being traveled by the Commander …

Guns and the Democrat gods

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 12 Nov 2011

It shouldn’t be a surprise… At a time when the Democrats should be circling the wagons to protect the god of Fast and Furious, Eric Holder, they instead miraculously find a target to pathetically point the finger of blame. …

Herman Cain’s Accusers – A Simple Breakdown Of The Women’s Cases

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 12 Nov 2011





1. She accused Herman Cain of sexually harassing her in the late 1990s while she and he both worked for the National Restaurant Association (NRA).

Herman Cain Sexually Assaulted Me

These are indeed dark days for the Herman Cain campaign. How many women has this diabolical fiend harassed, assaulted and even raped during his tenure with the National Restaurant Association? Not to mention during his many other years …

November 11, 2011

15 Things I Learned About the Tea Party From Occupy Wall Street

It has been a challenge to compare the Occupy Wall Street entrenchment to the Tea Party movement due to sporadic, biased, and negative coverage of Occupy Wall Street by the mainstream/liberal media. The mainstream/liberal media have demonstrated with their history …

Herman Cain and the Experience Factor

Filed under: Politics In General - 11 Nov 2011

People use many words today without fully knowing what they mean – or should mean.  “Tolerance,” “gender” and “truth” come to mind.  But then there is one that rears its head every campaign season: “experience.”

Veterans: What Is Seen and What Is Not Seen

Filed under: American Military,Featured Conservative - 11 Nov 2011

In economics, the first lesson I teach my pupils is the lesson of things that are seen and things that are not seen. Actions have some effects that are readily apparent and others are overlooked or not perceived.

November 10, 2011

Herman Cain: You Devil You!

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 10 Nov 2011

Herman Cain is having a lot of fun. This is not the first time that he has run for office. But once you get past that smooth southern tongue is there really anything else?

OWS: Political Flash Mob!

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 10 Nov 2011

The mainstream media has been trying its best to liken the “Occupy Wall Street” protests to the TEA Party protests. Media would look less ignorant if they were to liken OWS to recent flash mob activity in Philadelphia and Chicago.

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