That should be obvious to the most casual observer. however, it apparently is not obvious to the DHS. The fact is that terrorist do use the backdoor as well as the side doors. Recently Fox News ran this story: A book celebrating suicide bombers has been found in the Arizona desert just north of the U.S.- […]Read more "Terrorist Don’t Necessarily Use The Front Door"
Amy Chua is the John M. Duff, Jr. Professor of Law at Yale Law School. She came to Yale in 2001 after teaching at Duke and serving as a visiting professor at Columbia, Stanford, and NYU. Her expertise is in international business transactions, law and development, ethnic conflict, and globalization and the law. (Source.) The New […]Read more "Tiger Mom vs. Soccer Mom _ Who’s Right?"
This article was originally published by Pat slattery of The Free Market Project on January 27, 2011. Investment and Spending are Different (a primer for the econmically illiterate) Dear President Obama, Democrats, and Washington Elites, I am writing because I feel the need to explain something to you. You seem confused about what the term […]Read more "Guest Saturday with The Free Market Project"
If you’re not familiar with the term Black Swan here are a couple of definitions from Investopedia: What Does Black Swan Mean? An event or occurrence that deviates beyond what is normally expected of a situation and that would be extremely difficult to predict. This term was popularized by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, a finance professor and […]Read more "Black Swans Are Circling Mr. President. Are You Paying Attention?"
Apparently not very much. In spite of the wars we have fought and the lives that were given to acquire and protect our freedoms from outside threats, we Americans have put-up very little resistance to the takings of our freedoms by our own ever-growing federal government. This is not a new phenomena. My take is that it started […]Read more "How Much Are Our Freedoms Worth?"
If we do have an energy policy, would someone please explain it to me. Oh, wait a minute. Google can help me with this. And sure enough, Google had the scoop. It appears that President Obama and Steven Chu do have an energy plan for America. Here is part of a report by Steven Chu, Secretary of […]Read more "Does The US Have An Energy Policy?"
Yesterday there were three excellent posts on the subject of nullification: Sentry Journal, Adrienne’s Corner, and Publius-Huldah. Nullification is a subject that many fo us find interesting. it is clear to many that the Founders believed in the legitimacy of nullification. The Publius-Huldah piece has numerous quotes from the Federalist Papers supporting the concept of […]Read more "The Nullification Conondrum & The Founders"
“Can GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt talk President Obama into a major corporate tax cut?” Lawrence Kudlow, writing for Rasmussen Reports, wants to know. As Kudlow says Immelt has been appointed to the new Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which replaces the disbanded Paul Volcker Economic Recovery Advisory Board. Immelt was a member of that original […]Read more "Should Republicans Make a Preemptive Strike?"
There is so much rhetoric in politics, is it any wonder that the average voter is ill-informed? Matt Ross, the host of Conservative Hideout 2.0, had a post the other day on this very subject. His post had to do the Democrat’s rhetoric following the House vote to repeal ObamaCare. More specifically, he focused on the […]Read more "Rhetoric and Reality _ Choices and Consequences"
This article was originally published by Cheryl Pass of My Tea Party Chronicles on Tuesday, January 18, 2011. PASSWORDS TO HELL, ANOTHER GIFT FROM OBAMA “We’re from the government and we’re here to help.” Sure, and the fleas on rats didn’t spread the bubonic plague. You know how hard it is to keep up […]Read more "Guest Saturday with My Tea Party Chronicles"