Saturday, August 6, 2011
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Saturday, July 9, 2011
But now, they are finally having to answer for their actions via their tax exempt status. Fox, a profit based organization, has launched a project to have the tax exempt status of Media Matters examined by the IRS! You can submit a request on your behalf by following this link:
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Sunday, May 22, 2011
He doesn't like the supreme court's ruling on campaign finance so says he'll take care of it himself.
Feigns disapproval of Congress insisting on spending cuts before passing a Continuing Resolution but when we look closer to the details, what did he really cut? Nothing!
Debt ceiling has come and gone and yet he's still spending, just getting his cash from the Federal Reserve.
It's been over 60 days since he gained approval from the UN instead of Congress to begin military actions in Libya. According to the War Powers Act, he should be asking Congress for permission and funds to continue. Says he does not need Congressional approval. Or course this has been a move by previous presidents, so what kind of a precedent is Congress continuing here?
When is Boehner and the rest going to stand up, find their balls and say ENOUGH????
Or will they wait till the next election kicks yet another major portion of the establishment politicians out of office?
Monday, April 25, 2011
And that is either Ron Paul or Gary Johnson. Maybe both on a ticket!
Check him out.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Saturday, March 26, 2011
In the case of the Libyan rebels here's a shocker: some are al Qaeda!!! Gee, and I thought there were only a handful of AQ left! Or so the left and Doc would have us believe. Although, I do have to ask, since when did AQ keep a membership roster so we'd know how many there were?????
Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, the Libyan rebel leader, has said jihadists who fought against allied troops in Iraq are on the front lines of the battle against Muammar Gaddafi's regime.
And since when do we have money to help ANYONE these days? We should not have gone in there, we didn't for Iran, Rwanda, Darfur, Egypt, so why for Libya? Oil ya say. Even though Libya only supplies about 2% of the worlds oil and almost nothing directly to the US, many critics will claim this is yet again a war for oil.
Tunisia? That's only 260,000 barrels A YEAR!!! That's nothing.
So, again, why Libya? Maybe there really is something to this United Nations "Responsibility To Protect" Doctrine. I may have more on that later.
Saturday, March 5, 2011
As Jefferson Davis put it in his inaugural address as provisional president of the Confederacy, “Our present position … illustrates the American idea that government rests upon the consent of the governed, and that it is the right of the people to alter or abolish a government whenever it becomes destructive of the ends for which it was established.”
This contrasted with prevailing Unionist ideas, articulated by Abraham Lincoln, which held that first there had been an American people and a Union, and then this Union had sanctioned the political subdivisions that were the states.
Sounds like they thought more like Jefferson Davis! Most people think southerners of the time (and now) were stupid uneducated buffoons. And they think the Civil war was all about race. Little do they know that Lincoln said if he could have held the union together by keeping slavery, he would have done so.
More history being re-written.
This surprisingly from a NY Times writer!
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Saturday, January 22, 2011
United States Senate has invalidated it's own mission and ignored it's own history. Originally chosen by the individual states legislatures, they were sent to Washington as a representative of their state. Now, we have direct vote and the senators now listen more to the lobbyists and special interest groups.
They have become nothing more than an extension of the House, going along with whatever party is in control in the Senate and ignoring the needs and limitations of their state. Forget whether their state can handle the mandates established by Washington. States are no longer represented.
This was designed to keep Congress from passing too many bills and constantly "transforming" our republic. Legislation was never intended to be easy. It was MEANT to be a hard job to get bills, regulations through. That way, only those issues that truly represented the overwhelming good of the republic would pass. And that does not mean 51%!!!
Harry Reid, you have NO RIGHT to block any vote.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Sunday, January 2, 2011
Dems are trying to say this goes against the GOP's call for transparency. I dunno, sounds pretty transparent to me. You can spend this much and no more.
This will come back to bite us though if the next congress run by Democrats want to use it.
Saturday, January 1, 2011
2010 was without a doubt, a roller-coaster.
We started and ended 2010 with record cold temps. All in the name of man caused global warming?
People are actually talking about the constitution! In regular every day discussions. Awesome in my opinion.
Joe Wilson got a smack down for pointing out the obvious: YOU LIE.
We had everyone from Matthews to Maher saying it's ok for the Prez to lie, cheat or use what ever means necessary to push his agenda!!! How's THAT for great media work?
We had the Massachusetts Miracle which many of us are now asking "what just happened?". Have to stay alert folks, we are still fooling ourselves.
While the Supreme Court ruling on the First Amendment this year has allowed more corporate influx of cash into the voting schemes, too many folks are neglecting to realize that in the long run, this was a very good thing for freedom. It may be the one thing that keeps this administration from enacting any version of the Fairness Doctrine and will be used when the next congress brings the FCC up on it's overbearing net neutrality actions.
If you listened to the lame stream media, man made global warming and our secret weapons systems have been responsible for every "natural" disaster this year. Haiti to volcano eruptions. Yep, we did it.
Mid-Term elections. Most ill-fated quote: Obama - "Well, the big difference here and in '94 was you've got me". Best part of the mid-terms? Tea Party.
The Adventures of Princess Layem! Ok, maybe that's just a highlight for my readers but dang it was funny!!!
Health Care bill. I'm struggling what to say about that without going off into a very long diatribe. Other than to say, "we have to pass it to see what is in it".
The Sestak bribe! Don't worry, you will hear more of this approaching the 2012 elections.
Financial Reform which is almost daily destroying our economy.
A daily effort by every liberal outfit in existence, especially those receiving funds from Soros to shut us up.
Arizona stepped forward to defend themselves. Oops, I'm sure some disagree. Oh well! I can't satisfy everyone.
Census corruption and more O'Keefe videos.
Growing Islamic extremism. Where are the moderates?
LW enjoyed the opportunity to interview 3 local libertarian candidates. You can look forward to more of that.
The so-called Food Safety bill was passed and I guarantee we will regret this.
So. What can we look forward to in 2011? The Republicans have regained control of the House, but will they resort to their old spend and grow government? If so, will the Tea Party live up to it's promise to kick them out too?
Will ObamaCare be repealed?
Will Ron Paul succeed in finally getting some answers from Bernanke?
Will we have a true leader step forward to run for 2012?
Will we ever find out who shot JR? Just seeing if you were paying attention...