Although the future may look dark, we can not give up hope.Read more "A New Year Wish For All My Friends Back In America"
Snatched from Political Irony According to satirist Andy Borowitz “The Al Qaeda terrorist group is disbanding, saying “our mission of destroying the American economy is now in the capable hands of the U.S. Congress.” And one more: In related news, a consortium of billionaires led by Sheldon Adelson has warned that if their taxes go up, they […]Read more "Sunday Humor… or Maybe Not So Funny"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of The Free Market Project blog. Pat engages in a fantasy that many of us have taken. He originally published this essay on December 15, 2012. *************** If I Were King for a Day I have a suggestion that may help people understand Washington. I […]Read more "“If I Were King for a Day” an essay by Pat Slattery"
Have you ever tried to figure out whose side Obama is on? That is one tough question to answer. We know he is not on America’s side. Forget all the class warfare rhetoric. Nothing Obama’s has done, including ObamaCare, and nothing he is doing or planning on doing is going to help the middle class. […]Read more "Obama Against The World. What Will It Cost Us?"
Well, the United States of America isn’t dead yet, but she seems to be getting weaker by the day. If she does die, it will not be due to natural causes. Nations don’t die from natural causes. They either commit suicide or they are murdered. America is gravely injured. Are they self-inflicted wounds or is […]Read more "USA _ R.I.P. _ Was it Suicide or Murder or Stupidity?"
Then the big fish turn on each other until there are no fish. That would seem to be the logical end, don’t you think? Not exactly favorable to one’s self-preservation, is it? It seems to this humble observer that this is what big governments do. They keep eating more and more of the food supply […]Read more "Big Fish Eat Little Fish. What Happens When There Are No More Little Fish?"
Feliz Noche Buena can translate as “rejoice on this blessed night”. The 24th of December, la Noche Buena, is the most important day of the Christmas season for Latinos. On this night, families gather to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. There is always a great deal of food to snack on until midnight when an […]Read more "Feliz Noche Buena!"