Archive for: June 2012

June 19, 2012

Views on the News – 6/16/2012

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Jun 2012

If the election were held tomorrow, Mitt Romney would be the next President of the United States because many voters are afraid and fearful people usually try to change their circumstances. American voters are not wedged into a voting …


Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Jun 2012

I write this not to professional homosexuals. That is to say, not to members of the well-funded, politically powerful homosexual activist lobby. They will mock and reject my words outright. They will twist and misrepresent what I say to further …

Not Worth a Continental

Filed under: Economics - 19 Jun 2012

The Federal Reserve System (the Fed) was established in 1913 as one of the cornerstones of the Progressive agenda. They said it was a way to stop the boom and bust cycle which has always been a fixture of …

June 18, 2012

Politically Incorrect Limericks

Limericks are fun and can be very educational. I started writing politically incorrect limericks a few years back and the collection has grown. Only thick skinned, common sense minded folks will appreciate these. Of course, thin skinned sissified liberals will …

Do You Hear a Droning Sound?

Filed under: American National Security,What The F@#K?!? - 18 Jun 2012

When Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell casually mentioned during a radio interview that he supported the use of “military–style” drones by law enforcement it sparked an immediate uproar, but not from the usual suspects.

One would assume the ACLU would be filing …

Volcker Rule Is a Step in the Right Direction

Filed under: Economics - 18 Jun 2012

JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation’s largest banks, announced that it lost over $2 billion in trading over the last few months. This has emboldened supporters of the Volker rule, which prohibits banks that enjoy government support from making risky …

June 17, 2012

An Open Letter to Bottom Dollar Foods

Filed under: Potpourri - 17 Jun 2012

When Bottom Dollar Foods arrived in Pittsburgh, it immediately became my favorite grocery store. A discount supermarket that carries name brand items in addition to its store brands, it has also got reasonably-priced meats and excellent produce. Disappointingly, my shopping …

Small Town Tea Party Patriots

Filed under: In The News - 17 Jun 2012

I just returned home from Tea Party Express national bus tour VII – picked up mail from the P O box, petted Sammy our greyhound who was excited to see me and enjoyed listening to Mark Levin rant on the …

It’s Time to Clean House

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Jun 2012

It’s a common statement that the founding fathers wouldn’t recognize our government, much less approve of it. And while reasonable people can debate that statement it is a sentiment that I agree with. America has strayed from its constitutional roots, …

June 16, 2012

Its Not My Fault

The constant words administered out of the mouth of our President Barack Hussein Obama ever since his questionable oath of office was his inheritance of our regressing national economy. He relentlessly announced to us all that it was the worse …

Forsaking Liberty

By: Vickie K. Doherty

“Hitler and Stalin, at their better moments, would just barely tolerate some churches remaining open, but would not tolerate any competition with the state in education, social services, and health care. In clear violation of our First …

Obama Is Not For Anyone But Himself

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Politics In General - 16 Jun 2012

There are a lot of fools out there. How do you spot these fools? Just ask them whether or not they think President Obama is “looking out for them” or not. If they answer yes and then …

June 15, 2012

The Un-American Sin of Property Taxes

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Taxes & Taxation - 15 Jun 2012

When North Dakotans went to the polls on Tuesday, they had a chance to strike a blow for freedom and make their state the first in the nation to ban all property taxes. Unfortunately, though, the referendum was defeated …

A Dad Like Jack: The Influence of Ronald Reagan’s Father

Filed under: History,Potpourri - 15 Jun 2012

When we open our newspapers on Father’s Day, we expect to find something nice about dads—often heroic dads. Yet, for every boy or girl whose father was a doctor or Marine who stormed the beaches of Normandy, there is a …

The NCAA Political Correctness Witch Hunt

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 15 Jun 2012

Now in its seventh year, the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s battle with the University of North Dakota may be reaching a final conclusion. In 2005, the NCAA announced a complete ban on hosting post-season competition by 18 colleges that were …

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