Archive for: December 2011

December 14, 2011

Views on the News – 12/10/2011

Filed under: In The News - 14 Dec 2011

There has been much talk lately about the need for the Republican Presidential nominee to move to the center, but this is a mistake because the only way to beat Barack Obama is to oppose him rigorously, relentlessly, and without …

Lloyd’s Life Lessons: The Extraordinary Leg-less Man

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 14 Dec 2011

My performance of a song at an event did not meet my usual standard. While I was in perfect vocal form, the incompetent sound man unintentionally sabotaged my presentation. The presentation was not bad, just mediocre. Mediocre is unacceptable because …

Halligan Nomination Debacle Exemplifies America’s Precarious Crossroads

Finally, Senate Republicans have achieved a political and moral victory. Caitlin Halligan, a far-left judicial activist and Obama nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was soundly rejected in a fifty-four to forty-five Senate vote …

December 13, 2011

A Fool’s Speech Delivered in Kansas. Hey Barack, We ain’t in Kansas No More.

Obama was out campaigning in the middle of the country. Much has been said about this speech in Kansas. But we need to discuss what he said and does it make any sense. And is this president as smart as …

Obama’s Hypocrisy

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Dec 2011

What can you say about Our President, Barack Hussein Obama, “The Chosen One’s Hypocrisy”? These words comes to mind, most likely you’ll have your own adjectives, Comical, Sad, Angry, Selfish, Despicable, Disgraceful, Humiliating. His words, deeds and actions clearly and …

Presidential Race 2012: Imperfect Conservatives Need Not Apply.

The criteria embraced by the liberal media, Democrats and some conservatives for selecting the 2012 Republican presidential nominee is quite clear. Imperfect conservatives need not apply. Conservative presidential candidates must have been born yesterday; not having lived long enough to …

December 12, 2011

Col Van T. Barfoot

Filed under: Politics In General - 12 Dec 2011

By: John Hampton

This is a story about a real life American hero; a man who gallantly served his country for 34 years. His actions on the battlefields of WWII, Korea and Vietnam were extraordinary! His courage, devotion to duty and …

Obama response to rockets fired on Israel called absurd

The Obama State Department called the rocket attacks from southern Lebanon into Israel this week a “provocative act,” but urged all parties to “exercise restraint. ” In response, critics of President Obama call his reaction “absurd.”

Putting the Paste Back in the Tube

We all know that trying the same thing over and over expecting different results is a popular definition of insanity. And we also know that putting the paste back in the tube is a popular illustration of an impossible …

December 11, 2011

China’s “Superior” Economic Model?

In a recent piece for the Wall Street Journal, Andy Stern, an Obama insider and one of organized labor’s more aggressive personalities, praised what he called “China’s superior economic model.”

The Ultimate Devastating Price of Government Dependency

The devastating price of government dependency. I witnessed it up close and personal in the late 50s when I was a child. Both of my mom’s sisters had five kids each by various men who simply deposited their seed and …

Playing Santa on Our Dime

One does not have to go to Washington to become an out–of–touch politician and it’s not required to be a Democrat. Local Republicans can lose their way quite nicely without all the bother of traveling to D.C.

December 10, 2011

Palestine – “End The Occupation” and “Right the Wrongs”

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 10 Dec 2011

I don’t think there has ever been any Arab propaganda slogan as powerful and successful as “End The Occupation”.

Dems blame Bush for Operation Fast and Furious with lies

When U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was questioned by Congress about Operation Fast and Furious, an ATF operation that ended up a political fiasco, the Democrat Party sent out its operatives armed with talking points that accused the Bush Administration …

The Fall of Herman Cain: A Conservative’s Lament

There is not much original left to say. No, it is not fair that the media has taken out yet another charismatic conservative. Yes, the media actively promoted its preferred candidate, Barack Obama, in 2008, with very little …

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