The idea for today’s post was an email that was forwarded to me by my cyber friend, Linda in the state of Illinois. Truth be told, Linda has a knack for find interesting subjects use here at Asylum Watch. Linda’s friend is fed up with things in America and says he is planning to move […]Read more "Tic for Tac __ Let’s Do An Exchange Of Our Unemployed With Mexico"
President Barack Obama and his radical EPA are doing everything possible to put an end to coal-fired power plants in America. That is not news to any of Asylum Watch readers, I know. But, now it seems the insanity has spread to the World Bank. What makes that surprising is the reason for the World […]Read more "World Bank Jumps On Obama’s Anti-Coal Climate Change Bandwagon"
Yesterday, Maggie’s Notebook ran an excellent piece about the renewal of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians recently announced by the Obama administration. When I commented on Maggie’s post, I made the mistake of drawing on my memory of something I had read. (I should know better than to trust my memory.) I told her I […]Read more "Obama’s Secret $8 Billion Plan to Bring Peace to Israel and the Palestinians?"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock has a number of pertinent questions about the Zimmerman/Martin case. The poem was originally published on Sunday, July 14, 2013. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. ********** #Zimmerman . Article link: Guilty Until Proven Innocent . When […]Read more "“#Zimmerman” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of The Free Market Project blog. Today you will learn that the government’s apparent definition of “comprehensive” is more like the definition of “chaos”. This essay was originally published on June 22, 2913. ********** Comprehensive? Really? At some point in the recent past, Washington decided […]Read more "“Comprehensive? Really?” an essay by Pat Slattery"
Remember the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act? After the financial crisis of 2008, Senators Dodd and Frank went to work to make sure their fellow Americans would never have to bail out the Too Big To Fail banks again. How ie that working out? Well, the TBTF banks are bigger than ever and […]Read more "The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Wants To Track All Of Your Financial Activities"
While making my rounds of my favorite blogs yesterday, i learned that a recent Rasmussen poll shows the approval level for Congress is now down to 10%. I’m surprised that you could find ten percent of American who approve of Congress, One blogger said people have a higher opinion of cockroaches and root-canals than they […]Read more "Our Low Opinion of Our Federal Government is Continually Justified"