I love the internet. We have the knowledge of the world at our finger tips. Ans, of course there is no end to opinions that you can find on the internet. It even allows people like me to express my opinions. I particularly like my fellow bloggers and those who comment on blogs. I have […]Read more "Too Much of a Good Thing is Never Enough. Or, Should there be a Limit?"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem from The Bard of Murdock exposes the waste from Obama’s green energy policies. The poem was originally published on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. *************** Spoils of Green . Article link: President Obama’s Taxpayer-Backed Green Energy Failures […]Read more "“Spoils of Green” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from A Conservative Teacher. This essay was originally published on Monday, October 15, 2012. *************** Latest Data Shows No Global Warming Since 1997: Hold Accountable Those Who Passed Legislation Pushing Faulty Assumption to the Contrary According to new data released last week, the world stopped getting warmer almost 16 […]Read more "“Latest Data Shows No Global Warming Since 1997: Hold Accountable Those Who Passed Legislation Pushing Faulty Assumption to the Contrary” an essay by A Conservative Teacher"
Take a look at these three snippets from recent news articles. From Breitbart: Reports indicate U.S. soldiers and British Royal Marines have been urged to show “courageous constraint” by not shooting Taliban members spotted planting IEDs. From Fox News A Mexican telecom mogul who holds the title of world’s richest man, and one of President […]Read more "Your Government At Work…Who Is Responsible? Who Will Fix It?"
The Romney campaign team are rightfully feeling good about their chances of winning now that the first two presidential debate and the VP debate are behind them. The polls are very favorable. So, going into next Monday’s debate on foreign affairs, Romney would appear to be in the driver’s seat. All indications are that only […]Read more "And Then There Was One …Debate That Is. What Will Obama’s Strategy Be?"
We arm-chair quarterbacks can be merciless and I am no exception when analysing last night’s second debate between Mitt Romney and President Obama. Unlike the first debate, Barack Obama was present and accounted for. Obama¡s agressiveness at times made him appear a whinny brat as he kept calling for the moderator to keep track of […]Read more "The Bernanke Gets A Free Pass In Second Debate Also"
An interesting news day yesterday. First, Hillary Clinton steps forward and takes responsibility for the security failures in Libya that contributed to the deaths of our Ambassador and three other Americans by terrorists. I am not calling for three cheers for Hillary for accepting responsibility. In my opinion, she only did so because there was no […]Read more "Will Any Bastards Do?"
It is only fair that I start out by telling you that I am not a fan of the French. Intellectually I know that it is wrong to judge a people and their history because of a handful of distasteful experiences. But, what can I tell you? I’m not totally sure where my angst comes […]Read more "The American Left Shamelessly Follow The Principles Behind The French Revolution Instead Of Those Of The American Revolution"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock explains some things about our Bice President, Joe Biden, He originally published the poem on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem, *************** Biden at His Best Article link: Petulant Circus Clown Drowns Out […]Read more "“Biden at His Best” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of The Free Market Project blog. It was originally published by Pat on October 11, 2012. *************** Is the middle class helped when government is thriving, or when businesses are thriving? I was disappointed in tonight’s debate. I thought Ryan would wipe the floor with […]Read more "“Is the middle class helped when government is thriving, or when businesses are thriving?” an essay by Pat Slattery"