Category: In The News

August 4, 2013

An FBI Life

Filed under: In The News - 04 Aug 2013

America has lost a good man and dedicated servant. Edward S. Miller, a lifetime FBI man, has departed this country and this world, leaving behind a trail of fascinating tales and deeds — involving characters as diverse as J. Edgar …

If Sharpton’s 100 Cities Goes Violent – Will He be Held Accountable?

Filed under: In The News - 04 Aug 2013

The major difference between civil rights movements of the past and those of today is blaringly obvious. Civil rights movements of the 60s were aimed at freeing many people from oppression and injustice. The faux civil rights leaders of today …

Political Correctness: Bring Me the Head of George Zimmerman!

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 04 Aug 2013

I was elated upon hearing the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial. It gave me hope that America has not yet totally succumb to the tyranny of Political Correctness. It is refreshing that the jury was not willing to …

August 3, 2013

Views on the News – 7/13/2013

Filed under: In The News - 03 Aug 2013

For decades, hubris has been the common currency of the economic policy world, and it is killing the economics profession. In the 1960s and 1970s, liberal economists believed they could eliminate all poverty. In the 1980s, conservatives thought tax …


Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 03 Aug 2013

OHEMIA, NY, July 12 – “The people who wrote the Affordable Care Act apparently didn’t know what was in it either. They touted it as the cure for what ails you. But three years later they have to …

August 1, 2013

Trayvon, Rachel and White Privilege

Filed under: In The News - 01 Aug 2013

Perhaps I’m just a creepy-a** cracka’ who doesn’t get it. But it always seems that when it comes to standards, the left gives you two for the price of one. And the idea that white people “can’t” understand black folks …

July 31, 2013

Views on the News – 7/6/2013

Filed under: In The News - 31 Jul 2013

After running for re-election vowing to make jobs and economic growth his top priority, President Obama has focused on everything but since winning. In the first half of 2013, Obama made dozens of speeches on gun control, immigration and …

July 25, 2013

Views on the News – 6/29/2013

Filed under: In The News - 25 Jul 2013

The Pew Research Center asked Americans to list their policy priorities for 2013 and huge majorities cited jobs and the economy; sizable majorities cited health care costs and entitlement reform; more modest majorities cited fighting poverty and reforming the tax …

July 20, 2013

Liberals embrace fatherless (and motherless) families

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,In The News - 20 Jul 2013

With the Supreme Court giving a major boost to gay marriage, liberals face fewer impediments to their relentless push for fatherless (and motherless) families.

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 …

July 6, 2013

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.]

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 …

July 3, 2013

Views on the News – 6/15/2013

Filed under: In The News - 03 Jul 2013

Americans voted twice for a big-government President, and now we’re beginning to experience the impact of big government, and we’re not so sure we like it. It’s been four years of the President and Congress spending future generations into …

An Ideology of Dishonesty and Betrayal

Filed under: In The News - 03 Jul 2013

The president’s chief of staff and two senators went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, last week. You may, or may not, know the prisoners there have been on strike. The prison holds 166 prisoners, 104 of whom are considered to be …

July 2, 2013

Big Brother is a bugging me!

Filed under: In The News - 02 Jul 2013

The losing of my liberty, is greatest of concern,

I’m told it’s for my own good, of which I can’t discern.

When I took a jet plane, my body they did scan,

My image for the TSA, it was a silly plan.

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