I don’t know about you but I’m tired of waiting for our elected officials or even our best and brightest pundits to propose solid concrete plans for getting America back on track. Apart from Rep. Paul Ryan’s Roadmap for America’s Future, which is a start, and Prof. Kotlikoff’s Limited Purpose Banking, which isn’t getting much […]Read more "If Our Politicians Won’t Do It, We The People Will Have To Do It For Them"
Publius-Huldah has written another masterpiece “Judicial Abuse of the Fourteenth Amendment: Abortion, Sexual Orientation & Gay Marriage“. I decided late last night that this would be the subject I would write about today. Then I read one more article at American Thinker that changed my mind and I was up most of the night writing on […]Read more "Nullification? Yes! Yes! Yes!"
It didn’t take any time at all. ” Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.),pounced on the shooting massacre in Tucson, Ariz., Sunday, promising to introduce legislation as soon as Monday targeting the high-capacity ammunition clip the gunman used.” Here’s the source. And, “Rep. Robert Brady (D-Pa.) reportedly plans to introduce legislation that would make it a federal crime to […]Read more "House Liberals React as Expected"
I surrender. The last thing I wanted to talk about today was anything that could be remotely related to the Tucson tragedy. I went to all my usual sources, both conservative and liberal, looking for the inspiration that I can normally find with only a little effort for a subject to write about in my blog. […]Read more "Let’s Talk About Murder and Gun Control"
Using political correctness to rewrite history and censorship of books are two things that I can not abide in any way shape or form. There are parts of history I may wish had never occurred and there are books that I may find appalling or disgusting but to change or censor what someone has written is […]Read more "Political Correctness and Censoring of Books"
The following article was originally published by A.C.T. at A Conservative Teacher on January 3, 2011. Increase the Number of Representatives in the House? An Argument in Favor. When our Founding Fathers designed the two house of Congress, the branch that was supposed to be closest to the people and the most powerful in our […]Read more "Guest Saturday with A Conservative Teacher"
Via The Freedom Pub, I came across this post by Shout Bits which I’m going to share with you in its entirety and hope that he doesn’t mind. It is just one more piece of evidence that we are living in a police state where any two-bit bureaucrat can play judge, jury, and executioner. This […]Read more "Bureaucratic Thuggery in Action"
That’s a pretty long title, isn’t it? I suppose that if I had a more creative mind I could have come up with something shorter. But for now, this title will have to do. Two recent articles by Thomas Sowell caught my attention and caused me to think about vote-buying, the price of success, and […]Read more "The High Cost of Vote Buying and the High Price of Success and Killing the Golden Goose"
Two different takes on the hot issue of Islam and Islamophobia came out of Human Events yesterday. The first is an article by Robert Spencer which asks the question “Are Muslims Being Victimized in America Today?“. It seems that Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an organization often linked to Hamas. Mr. Spencer fills us in: […]Read more "Talk About the Pot Calling the Kettle Black"
Pat Slattery, The Free Market Project, has the story on government picking winners and losers. You won’t frigging believe it.Read more "A Must Read!"