Archive for: January 2012

January 15, 2012

When did the Feds become Corporate America?

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Jan 2012

It’s kind of funny watching a bunch of crooks cut spending. Since the 1970’s under Carter the deficit has skyrocketed. Under Obama the spending line is almost straight up and down. And we ain’t seen nothing yet. So it’s easy …

Lloyd’s Life Lessons: An Unexpected Gift From God

Filed under: Potpourri - 15 Jan 2012

A few Christmases ago, Mary and I flew up from Florida to the hills of West Virginia to visit her parents. Our stay was very enjoyable. The printer connected to her mom’s computer was not working. To print our boarding …

Whom Will You Serve?

Watching the GOP debates has inspired me… to want to get up on that debate stage and tell the candidates to forget “talking points” and “b.s. rhetoric”… what all politicians need is a true, to-the core, philosophical and spiritual epiphany, …

November is Coming!

As the president and politicians in DC sit there feeling smug after cramming Obamacare, stimulus bills, and other unconstitutional monstrosities down the throats of We the People, my word to them is: enjoy it while you can. November’s coming! They …

January 14, 2012

New TV Show Idea: All-American Christian

I have a GREAT idea! How about a TV show titled, “All-American Christian”? Christians have been getting a bum rap in cinema and the mainstream media for quite a while. In a spirit of fairness, compassion and tolerance, a TV …

Debunking The Myth Of Santorum’s “Big Government Conservatism”

The most often quoted passage from the Declaration of Independence is its proclamation of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” as self-evident and unalienable rights. Sadly, in modern day America, only a comparative few have any knowledge whatsoever of …

Court to hear case on abuses by EPA bureaucrats

Last June, the Supreme Court agreed to hear Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, a case that provides an especially alarming example of what happens when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency claims extraordinarily broad powers derived from the Clean Water Act.

The Bain Of Our Existence? Hardly!

I cannot help it. I have to defend Mitt Romney from idiocy. Yes, I know the man is a RINO. However even a RINO deserves to be defended when the attacks against him are unwarranted and so utterly crackpot in …

January 13, 2012

An Open Letter to Kevin Bacon

I was part of the Footloose generation. I used to shake my ass to the theme song countless times at junior high school dances, and have followed your career with some interest through the years (full disclosure: Tremors is still …

Views on the News – 1/7/2012

Filed under: In The News - 13 Jan 2012

Obama has compared himself to previous Presidents, whose shoes he is not fit to shine and whose bathwater he is ill equipped to draw. Obama’s life, at least in the chronology and facts that were presented to the public, …

What Conservatives and the GOP Dare Not Say about Immigration

Filed under: Immigration - 13 Jan 2012

In a recent election piece, pundit Ann Coulter identified illegal migration as one of the two most important issues of our time. She writes that if we fail at halting it, “the country will be changed permanently.” She …

Christmas Billboards Point In The Culture War’s Direction

Christmas is the time of year when the thoughts of most Americans grow to be at their most devout. It is increasingly the time of year that the avowed despisers of the Almighty are at their most disrespectful.

January 12, 2012

Obama’s 21st Century strategy plays Russian roulette with defense

Truth be told, because entitlement spending has tripled while defense spending declined as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), entitlement spending (Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security) is now 10 percent of GDP, whereas defense spending is only 5 percent.

2012 What Will It Be

Filed under: Current Events,History - 12 Jan 2012

The professional doom peddlers would have us believe that because a certain Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012 the world is going to end. With a bang or with a whimper they aren’t sure, but if you will …

Palestine Blunder Costs UNESCO $167 Million in 2012-2013

UNESCO’s deficit has skyrocketed from an estimated $120 million to $167 million for 2012-2013 as a result of its decision to admit Palestine as its 195th member in breach of UNESCO’s own Constitution.

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