Well, it is official. The Republican National Convention is over and it will be Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan who will challenge Barack Obama and Joe Biden in that every four year World Cup sporting event we call the American “Presidential Elections”. Politics has been defined as the “art of compromise”. Without compromise we have […]Read more "“Compromise”"
Once again the internet service in this area went down from ten o’clock last night until nearly noon today. I decided not to do a post today so that I could catch up on the news and the speeches at the RNC that I missed. But, this post I read at Maggie’s Notebook on Tuesday has […]Read more "15 Year Olds Can Get Sterilized Without Their Parents Permission"
I intended to write on something else today. This post was going to be about a very disturbing revation about ObamaCare that I read at Maggie’s Notebook. If you haven’t read it, you really should. Thoughts on the RNC Opening Day Because of where I have lived for the last twenty years, it has been […]Read more "Thoughts On The GOP Convention Day 1"
Big time criminals often use the “modus operandi” (MO) of creating a disturbance in one part of a city to attract the police, while they are carrying out a crime in another part of the city. Because politicians, especially Democrats, are not much different from criminals, they also use distraction as their MO. And, what […]Read more "Making Use of Distraction is the MO of the Left"
Regionalism is the concept that the suburbs, through their taxes, should support the costs of their nearby city core. It comes straight out of the UN Agenda 21 where they use terms like “smart growth” and “sustainable development” or “sustainable living”. Regionalism is a favorite of “Community Organizers” like you know who. So, why is […]Read more "Regionalism (Agenda 21) and Governor Chris Christie"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock relates to a story coming out of the wasteland otherwise known as Detroit. He originally published this poem on Saturday, August 25, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem, [My apologies: WordPress is putting line […]Read more "“Solidarity” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Brian of the Frankenstein Government blog. He reminds us that state and local governments are just as corrupt as the federal government. He published this article originally on August 23, 2012. *************** Local Politicians Every Bit As Reprehensible As The Rest Of Them Most of the time, […]Read more "“Local Politicians Every Bit As Reprehensible As The Rest Of Them” an essay by Brian"
A few things that caught my eye on the world-wide-web yesterday. You gotta love American ingenuity I shamelessly stole this quote and video from Steve at the great Motor City Times blog. The Aerofex hover vehicle looks similar to the hover bike we talked about last year. The main difference is rather than one […]Read more "Ods and Sods"
In yesterday’s post about the inevitability of a financial and/or a monetary crisis be falling the world, I promised that today I would dust off my tin-foil hat and tell you what I think the world’s bankers have in store for us. I have done that and sure enough it still fits. I knew it […]Read more "One World Currency _ Is It In Our Future?"
It has been a while since I have done a post on the economy and the debt bubble that has engulfed the United States and Europe and most of the world. In part this because the subject is so depressing. It is difficult for me, as I read more and more about the debt crisis, […]Read more "Is It Too Late? Is It EnevitableThat The Debt Will Crush The World Economy?"