Archive for: August 2012

August 26, 2012

So Much Ammo

Filed under: American National Security - 26 Aug 2012

How much ammo is too much? That’€™s the question raised in some circles. In the last few months, the Department of Homeland Security has sought to purchase more than one billion rounds of small arms ammunition.

Akin To Akin: The biologically ignorant Sen. Boxer

By now, practically everybody has condemned Missouri Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin for his bizarre claim that a natural defense mechanism prevents women from becoming pregnant as a result of rape. Because of that statement, previously endangered Democrat incumbent Claire …

Are You the Forgotten Man? Part 2

Filed under: History - 26 Aug 2012

There was so much material in this book we needed a part 2. According to Amity Shlaes, her book, The Forgotten Man is someone that will peak your interest for sure.

August 25, 2012

Why, As A Conservative, I Don’t Hold Out Much Hope For Romney/Ryan

I know, I know, it isn’t considered couth to point out the truth about the candidates the GOP opts to run for President. Especially when the “option” is a hard core Marxist like Barack Obama.

The god Particle I Don’t Think So

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Science & Technology - 25 Aug 2012

Arrogance is a funny thing. Not Ha Ha funny, but funny none-the-less. I was watching one of America’s leading physicists the other day, a man made famous by his co-authorship of String Theory and made popular by his ability …

Government Profit Motives

Filed under: American Government,Economics - 25 Aug 2012

Amtrak has lost more than $830 million on food and beverage service in the past 10 years. When it sells a $9.50 cheeseburger and a two dollar soda it loses more than $8.00.

Man vs. Himself on Wall Street

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism,Economics - 25 Aug 2012

A costly computer trading glitch involving market maker Knight Capital has intensified the debate over the effects and value of high-frequency algorithmic trading.

August 24, 2012

U.S. to continue pouring taxpayers’ money into Palestinian coffers

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 24 Aug 2012

The Obama administration is seeking another $200 million to aid the Palestinians in the 2012 fiscal year, State Department officials said on Friday.

Palestine – Burying the Past – Faking the Future

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 24 Aug 2012

Richard Falk – United Nations Special Rapporteur on “the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967″ – provides compelling proof of how successful the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has been in its attempt to bury historical …

Cobbling together a constituency

Barack Obama is once again unleashing his formidable campaign skills as he prepares for the upcoming election. But facing shrinking poll numbers and growing discontent, this campaign is different from the one he ran in 2008. Gone are …

August 23, 2012

Forget Romney’s Tax Returns – Go Find Barack Obama’s Honesty and Compassion

Few stories have managed to jump off the page and grip the heart and the better sensibilities of this writer as much as the recently released news item about George Obama, the President’s brother. It flashed across a few of …

Democrat Talking Points: You Are Anti-Gay, Racist and a Tax Cheat

If you support families, personal responsibility or limited government you need to change your mind, shut up or you will be defined as evil.

August 22, 2012

Are We Lapdogs America, Wakeup?

What’s happening to America? Are we becoming subservient to political correctness? Are we afraid to defend ourselves out of fear of being called or labeled intolerant, prejudice or a bigot, accepting a humiliating disgraceful existence, by all those who demand …

Views on the News – 8/18/2012

Filed under: In The News - 22 Aug 2012

Romney will beat Obama by a landslide, and the signs are becoming clearer as we get closer to the election. Romney’s choice of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as a running mate makes me even more confident that he will …

Fanning the flames of left-wing violence

To borrow from President Obama’s Black Nationalist mentor, Jeremiah Wright, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s hate-baiting chickens “have come home to roost.” The hard-left group has become everything it presumes to expose.

On Wednesday, homosexual activist Floyd Corkins entered the Washington-based …

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