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July 20, 2013

Obamacare’s scary IPAB provision

By: Dan Weber

BOHEMIA, NY, June 24 – There’s been too little media coverage of one of the most insidious provisions of the Affordable Care Act, namely the establishment of a so-called Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), according to Dan Weber, …

Why Liberals Kill

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 20 Jul 2013

“Liberal institutions straightaway cease from being liberal the moment they are soundly established: once this is attained no more grievous and more thorough enemies of freedom exist than liberal institutions.” This quotation’s author, Friedrich Nietzsche, was no traditionalist himself; in …

July 9, 2013

Views on the News – 6/22/2013

Filed under: In The News - 09 Jul 2013

I don’t trust my government as far as I can spit, and you shouldn’t either. I love my country, but I don’t love our politicians or government bureaucrats. History proves that people in government the world over are …

Staying Free

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 09 Jul 2013

Every time I hear someone explain away the danger of an aggressive government over-reach, I cringe. Their favorite line is that we have to give up a “little” of our liberties in order to be protected… supposedly from terrorists. Obviously, …

Illusions: Desperate Students, Peace in the Holy Land and a Balanced Budget

Too frequently, in my role as a University Professor, I encounter the following situation. Three quarters of the way through a semester, a student in a class that I am teaching shows up at my office. The student has done …

Amnesty: Danger, Danger, Will Robinson! Calling All Tea Partiers!

Filed under: Immigration - 09 Jul 2013

Brother and sister patriots, this is it. This is the big one. If we lose this battle, it is game over unless God intervenes. America as founded will be over. Democrats and socialist/progressives will rule forever. Therefore, this is the …

July 8, 2013

Competition is rapidly changing college

Is the traditional college doomed? More and more people think so. Massively open online courses (MOOCs) are threatening to shake up higher education by bringing primarily non-credit courses from college professors to the world at no cost. The California state …

IRS & White House

Filed under: Corruption - 08 Jul 2013

In his four years as IRS Commissioner for George Bush, Mark Everson visited the White House just one time.

His successor, Doug Shulman was cleared to visit the Obama White House 157 times. No cabinet officer – including Defense and Homeland …

FBI chief admits use of drones in skies over U.S.

Filed under: American National Security - 08 Jul 2013

FBI Director Robert Mueller told members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee that his agency uses drones to conduct surveillance operation over the skies of the U.S. mainland, during a hearing on Wednesday.

Palestine – Clinton’s $500000 Speech Leaves One Speechless

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 08 Jul 2013

The thought that anyone was prepared to contribute to paying former American President Bill Clinton $500000 to deliver a 45 minute speech at the Peres Academic Centre during the festivities marking Israeli President Shimon Peres’s 90th birthday is truly staggering …

The Bright Side of Amnesty

Filed under: Immigration - 08 Jul 2013

Saying there’s a bright side to amnesty may seem much like talk of the advantages of malignant cancer. But this won’t be a pie-in-the-sky article about the “economic benefits” of new workers, expanding the tax base or the wonders of …

July 6, 2013

Is it Really about Surveillance or is it about the Government?

Obama wants you to believe that nothing is his fault. And everything has been done before so why blame Obama. And that is the real problem. Obama has been less than transparent. And most of what he says is baseless. …

Extravagant Travels

Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 06 Jul 2013

Once again, millions of Americans can’t afford a summer vacation. Or will vacation near home [here, here, here].

[7.9 million Americans who want full-time employment are working only part-time, according to government figures.]

ESPN’s Random Act of Feminism?

It’s really hard to know today where the stupidity ends and the propaganda begins. MSNBC recently made news by labeling infamous segregationist George Wallace a Republican during a recent television broadcast. Now ESPN has followed suit, with a random act …

Governor Christie, Hero Or Sellout

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News - 06 Jul 2013

Governor Chris Christie has made his decision on replacing the position left vacant, by deceased United States Senator, Frank Lautenberg. His choice was State Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa, appointed on an interim basis. Mr. Chiesa and the Governor made …

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