Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Brian of the Frankentein Government blog. It was originally published on March 27, 2012. *************************** When Fascism Became the Rage There are a lot of people talking about fascism in the United States. I’ve never really liked the term “fascism.” I find it to be ambiguous and imprecise. […]Read more "“When Fascism Became the Rage” by Brian at FG"
Yesterday a friend commented here that he still wasn’t sure he could vote for Romney for all the reasons that have bothered many in the conservative camp. I responded that I shared his concerns; but, that I was going to support Romney because I had no reason to believe he is a Marxist and every […]Read more "Will A Romney Administration Have To Deal With The Debt Crisis?"
Conservatives in general are not happy with the choice they have to make in November. The majority can be expected to turn out and vote for Romney anyway because the alternative is viewed as much worse. But some conservatives will not vote for Romney. Several commenters here have said the best thing that can happen […]Read more "Getting Romney Elected will be No Easy Task"
Thanks to Pat Slattery of The Free Market Project, I learned that Hot Air was running this story of the EPA imposing carbon emission limits on coal-fired electrical power plants. I then found that Fox News was carrying the same story. Our first ever Marxist president couldn’t get Congress to pass his Cap and Trade […]Read more "EPA: A Rogue Agency under a Rogue President"
Operating automobiles on compressed natural gas instead of gasoline is not a new idea. In many of the worlds major cities, buses and taxis have converted to natural gas. The problem has always been the lack of sufficient refuelling stations. Is it a chicken and egg thing? Does there need to be more fulling points before more people convert […]Read more "Replace Gasoline with Natural Gas…Has the Time Come?"
Political feasibility is defined as the extent to which officials and policymakers are willing to accept and support a particular piece of public policy. Political feasibility is but one of many criteria we use when examining public policy, but it is arguably the most critical of them all. Without political feasibility, policy proposals will not possess the […]Read more "“Politically Feasible” an American Curse"
Today’s poem by The Bar of Murdock laments the nanny state’s indoctrination of our children. It was originally published on Friday, March 23, 2012. What’s a Lad to Do? Article link: UK Schools ban making best friends * * My civil disobedience Began at six or so. The teacher said, “No best of friends.” I […]Read more "“What’s a Lad to Do” a poem by The Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Pat Slattery of the Free Market Project where it was originally published on March 19, 2012. ********************** Common sense regarding gas prices President Obama seems to want it all ways regarding gasoline prices. He says that the problem is world demand, but doesn’t see the wisdom in increasing supply by […]Read more "“Common sense regarding gas prices” by Pat Slattery"
I am no psychologist and I gave up trying to understand how the mind of liberals works years ago. But, sometimes they say and do things that leave me…well, dumbfounded for lack of a better word. Conservatives by definition are racist or religious extremest. With Mitt Romney’s super-PAC limo now on cruise control to victory […]Read more "How the Liberals Think _ Two Stories"
In Part 1 of What If We Had A Redstate Rebellion? we talked about the need for the most conservative states to lead a rebellion to take back states rights per the constitution, the law of the land. The idea is to eventually make the Federal Government live by their constitutional enumerated powers and that […]Read more "What If We Had A Redstate Rebellion (Part 2)"