Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Brian at the Framkenstein Government blog. The essay was originally published on June 28, 2012. **************** Maybe Shaky Was Right I am in awe. I am in awe that so many seemingly intelligent people could act so stupidly and so short sighted-ly. Obama and the Supreme Court […]
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More than a few conservatives are trying to put a positive spin on The Supreme Courts decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act. For those that find solace in seeing some positives in this decision, may God bless them. I, for one feel that the Supreme Court and particularly Chief Justice John Roberts, betrayed me, and all […]
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By the time you are reading this post, The Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare will be known to you. What does the Culture War have to do with SCOTUS and its decision on Obamacare? They are very much tied together. Allow me to make my case. John Stossel in his article, In Praise of Discrimination, is scared about what may […]
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First let’s talk about the meme that the “rich get richer and the poor get poorer”. That the rich are getting richer is without a doubt true. So, I won’t even go there. But, what about the poor? Are they really getting poorer? That would be a difficult case to make in America. In Entitlement […]
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How Bad Would A Euro Zone Break-Up Be? Der Spiegel has done a three-part series of articles which tell us it would worse than we can possibly imagine. The more I learn about the consequences of an unraveling of the EU the angrier I get. Putting a bunch of countries with different cultures and different priorities under […]
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Are there any adults in the Democrat Party? Or, do they behave like children because that is how they see the majority of American voters? Cindy Simpson’s article at American Thinker today implies that the latter is the case. She is focused on Obama’s use of the “Fairness Card”. In the game of Obama politics, […]
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It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock relates to the honest words of retiring Congressman Gary Ackerman. The poem was originally published on Thursday, June 21, 2012. Please read the article link provided by the Bard before reading the poem. ***************** An Honest Politician Article link: Retiring Politician Says ‘The People Have […]
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Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from A Conservative Teacher. It was originally published on Thursday, June 21, 2012. ********************* President Obama’s Greatest Accomplishments (1-10)… are mostly Unconstitutional and in retrospect Bad On the eve of Obamacare being struck down as unconstitutional (in other words, a piece of legislation that was passed in violation […]
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Ethanol blended with gasoline has been around for a number of years. Most of you are forced by our benevolent government to buy gasoline blended with up to 15% ethanol. Ethanol/gasoline blenders receive large subsidies from our benevolent government which you get to pay for when you buy your gasoline. Because ethanol is primarily produced from corn […]
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World Enemy No. 1 _ There is a lot of competition for that title. Some names that jump to mind are Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Soros, Hugo Chavez, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Ban Ki-moon and, I’m sure you could add others to the list. But, probably none have had more global impact of Maurice Strong. A […]
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