Archive for: October 2012

October 13, 2012

The U6 – The Scary Side Of The Unemployment Numbers

Happy days are here again! After four years of trying, unemployment finally dropped below the rate considered to spell doom for President Obama. That rate would be 8%. There were orgasms of joy when it was announced …

October 12, 2012

Creating Jobs

Filed under: Economics - 12 Oct 2012

The single biggest employment gain in U.S. history occurred in June 1983: 900,000. The Reagan economy was starting to roar. The GDP grew at a staggering 9.3% rate.

Holding the Fed Accountable

Filed under: Economics,Uncategorized - 12 Oct 2012

Many hard questions have been raised in response to the Federal Reserve’s decision to embark on open-ended bond buying or quantitative easing (“QE”). Can we afford it? Will it create jobs? Will the decision undermine the Fed’s long-term credibility? Few …

Is Redistribution all its Cracked up to be. How Fair is it Going to Be for You?

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 12 Oct 2012

I like the idea of redistribution. If Obama was going to take a Billion dollars from Bill Gates and give it to me and my family, what would be wrong with that? Just think what I could do with a …

October 11, 2012

America: Where Patriots are not Fools and Presidents are not Kings

Filed under: Politics In General - 11 Oct 2012

Preppers are people who think that America is about to turn into a lawless free for all, so they are stocking up on food and supplies and heading for remote sites and bunkers to wait it out. Then comes the …

Views on the News – 10/6/2012

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 11 Oct 2012

We are the victims of a media coup d’état by the liberals in the media elite and are currently living under it. You will see that clearly in evidence during the debates, each one moderated by a member of …

October 10, 2012

Palestine – Cutting Abbas Down To Size

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 10 Oct 2012

PLO Chairman and Palestinian Authority President – Mahmoud Abbas – continues to promote the deceptive and misleading claim that the areas lost by Jordan and Egypt to Israel in the 1967 Six Day War constituted 22% – not 5% – …

The Politically Incorrect Billionaire

Filed under: Politics In General - 10 Oct 2012

Two news items about “the rich” recently popped up online within a couple of hours of each other.

Story No. 1: Pew Research Center found that non-rich Americans have ambivalent feelings toward the rich: On the positive side, there was admiration …

Obama’s purchase of prison to house Gitmo terrorists angers lawmaker

Filed under: Crime and Punishment,War On Terror - 10 Oct 2012

On Thursday, the day after Obama’s poor showing during his debate with GOP opponent Mitt Romney, Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY), Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security, slammed President Barack Obama over his Administration’s decision to purchase a Thomson, …

October 9, 2012

U.S. diplomats in Libya begged for more security to no avail

Prior to the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, Ambassador Chris Stevens’ request for additional security officials was turned down by the Obama administration in order to project a friendly atmosphere to the distrusting Islamic …

Promises, Promises… But Can They Deliver ?

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Oct 2012

Many people don’t realize most political talk is about “tickling” our ears – saying what the candidate knows people want to hear. Consequently, this painful truth must be understood, it is just NOT POSSIBLE for a presidential candidate to …

The Media Beats a Dead Macaca

Filed under: Politics In General - 09 Oct 2012

Former Virginia GOP Senator George Allen has always been more politician than movement conservative. Allen throws us the occasional social issue vote — he opposes abortions, except in the politically expedient case of rape and incest, and he’s on record …

October 8, 2012

Do We Want Mr. Nice Guy as President?

Filed under: Politics In General - 08 Oct 2012

Watching the debate on Wednesday, I truly can’t imagine Barack Obama having come off as the more likeable candidate. Continuously glancing downwards, perhaps looking for inspiration (I glance upwards, myself), and often displaying an angry countenance, he seemed stiff, detached …

Where’s that Teleprompter When You Need It?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News - 08 Oct 2012

Not only did Mitt Romney win the first presidential debate, he was also victorious in the battle of the flag pins. Compared to the horizontal flag pin Obama was wearing, Romney’s looked like the mainsail on a frigate.

The Case for Romney

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 08 Oct 2012

Romney made a great case for himself at Wednesday’s debate. President Obama looked lost, like he wanted to ask the mediator if he could go and get his teleprompter. President Obama has spent months drawing a Romney caricature, if all …

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