Archive for: February 18, 2012

February 18, 2012

U.S. Defense Contract Awarded To Brazilian Company

Filed under: American Military,In The News - 18 Feb 2012

In December of 2011, the United States Air Force awarded a $355 million dollar contract to a company called Embraer. The contract called for the company to build an initial allotment of 35 Light Air Support (LAS) aircraft, with more …

The Obama Fable about Energy: You know where he can shove his windmills!

Filed under: American Economy - 18 Feb 2012

As I always say it is better to read Obama’s speeches then to just listen. Obama never talked about the high price of gasoline at the pump in his last SOTU. It is way too high and it is causing …

Michael Shannon CPAC Report Day 2

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 18 Feb 2012

Friday at CPAC began with a kickoff address by former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. Those of you that felt Huckabee was looking a bit gaunt after his 110–pound weight loss can stop worrying. This year’s model is …

God and Man at CPAC: Facing the 2012 Election

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Religion & Faith - 18 Feb 2012

Amidst the hoopla, cheers, and ear-piercing whistles of enthusiastic approval for Republican presidential nominees at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, several themes emerged. The most important of these centered on the conflict between what may be titled American foundationalism …

U.S. bound cargo remains vulnerable to terrorists, WMD

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 18 Feb 2012

It’s been more than a decade since Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S., yet the agency created to protect the nation from another strike is asleep at the wheel, failing to adequately screen the monstrous amounts of cargo that enter the …

Stating Historical Facts Is Not Discrimination

Blacks were once enslaved in America. Jews were once persecuted and killed by Germany’s NAZI Party. Thomas Jefferson fought and defeated Muslims who were, even that long ago, targeting Christians because they believed their religion mandated such of …