Senate Holds Hearings on Medicare Fraud

    Crony capitalism comes in many forms but the ability of the American Hospital Association (AHA) to lobby the White House to pull the plug on an anti-fraud program that saved taxpayers nearly $10 billion dollars might constitute the crown jewel of cronyism. When it comes to waste and fraud in government, Medicare appears to be ground zero. Tens of billions of dollar are paid out | Read More »

    Google Tacitly Admits Stealing Is a Lousy Thing to Do

    The titanically huge mega-corporation Google yesterday took time out from its record-setting-most-money-ever lobbying of Congress to admit – accidentally, perhaps – that the systemic, wholesale stealing of which it is so fond is a lousy thing to do. Which is more than a little ironic – in many, many ways. For instance, Google has ramped up further still their massive lobbying efforts – in large | Read More »

    OPEN THREAD – Iran fired/boarded US Ship

    Well…as usual…don’t know how to get the link on this page. Read below.

    Gay Mafia whacks another victim

    Gay Mafia whacks another victim

    Following the uproar over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act that passed in Indiana—and was subsequently retracted—I wrote a piece about a group that Bill Maher once referred to as the “Gay Mafia.” In that piece, we learned about the hit man tactics used by homosexual-extremists to snuff-out anyone who opposed their radical agenda, especially when that objection was based on religious freedom. A few days | Read More »

    GOP should use “Baltimore” to defeat Obama’s amnesty

    At some time in the near future, the riots in Baltimore will subside, people will begin the clean up, and attempt to rebuild their shattered lives. And the inevitable claims, counterclaims, and recriminations will begin. We’ll hear yet again about the “root causes”: poverty, bad housing, lousy schools, no jobs….. We’ll be told that the answer is MORE!!!  MORE of everything. MORE money, MORE programs, and | Read More »

    The Flags that Fly Here

    Timonium is a suburb outside of Baltimore, sitting north of the intersection of Baltimore’s Interstate 695 Beltway and Interstate 83.   That latter road is the fastest route to downtown; Interstate-83 runs from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor all the way to the Pennsylvania line.  The road shares many flaws common to East Coast thoroughfares – traffic is heavy, maintenance is poor, and the speed limit is usually 10 lower | Read More »

    Harry’s Knickers In a Twist

    Last Thursday, the Senate confirmed Eric Holder…er, I mean Loretta Lynch to be the 54th Attorney General of the United States.  That morning, Senate Minority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Harry Reid10%Senate Democrat Average29See Full Scorecard10% took to the floor to take exception to a Wall Street Journal editorial titled “The GOP Uses Its Advice and Consent to Beat Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Harry Reid10%Senate Democrat Average29See Full Scorecard10%.”  Looking | Read More »

    Where Does Identity Preference End and Mental Illness Begin?

    This is not an easy article to write without inevitably hurting the feelings of some people.  It is not my intention to do so.  My objective is to instead have an honest conversation about where we are headed as a society.  I do not pretend to understand the great struggle that those who deal with gender identity conflicts deal with, nor do I in any | Read More »

    Marita Noon: It is a bad time to be in the renewable energy industry

    About a decade ago, when more than half of the states enacted strict Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), Oklahoma, and a few other states, agreed to voluntary targets. Now, nearly one-third of those states are reconsidering the legislation that sounded so good in a different energy era. Back then, it was widely believed that there was an energy shortage and “dealing with global warming” was a higher public priority.

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    So who will start a GoFundMe for Christians?

    Recently, a GoFundMe account was shut down by “Social Justice Warriors” that was taking donations for a Christian bakery, Sweet Cakes. They have been hit with a perposterous $135,000 fine for not making a wedding cake for a homsexual couple’s “wedding”! Last I checked, before the account was closed by GoFundMe, they had about $110,000 that would have gone towards the fine. I have come to believe | Read More »

    God Would Have Spared Sodom for Less Than the Gaystapo Would Destroy a Baker

    God Would Have Spared Sodom for Less Than the Gaystapo Would Destroy a Baker

    CNN published an inane hit-piece by Tim Holbrook yesterday, in which he argues that there is indeed bullying and denigration of gays and lesbians today, and therefore all the extreme measures to protect these wilting flowers is justified. The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community has long had various epithets hurled against its members. There are the well-known “f” and “d” words thrown at those | Read More »

    Boom: Gays Admit “Not Born That Way!”

    UNDERCOVER FOOTAGE OF GAYS ADMITTING THEY WERE NOT “BORN THAT WAY” Please Donate Now: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: I recently went undercover in Palm Springs, California posing as a same-sex marriage activist. I asked the following question: “Do you believe being gay is strictly genetic?”Here is the link to the video. I must warn you there is some explicit language: The video is a montage of clips from | Read More »

    The Priority of Fetal Personhood

    The Priority of Fetal Personhood

     From the diaries… From the bowels of the absurd beast that is Slate came more complaining this past week about the “hardships” facing women in this great land. Of course, this was from the mouth of Amanda Marcotte, the one who barely takes a breath between her sputtering accusations of oppression. The piece entitled “Which State Was the Worst for Women this Week?” didn’t give | Read More »

    Why we’re not bringing pizza to the reception

    If we could give a message to the gay community and its supporters, it might be this. Give us the courtesy of not agreeing with you.

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    Economy could sink sitting governors in 2016 race

    By Matt A. Mayer (@ohiomatt), President of Opportunity Ohio. If a month is a long time in politics, then eight months is an eternity. Of the various candidates who have officially jumped in or set-up a pseudo-campaign apparatus, the ones with the most to lose between now and December are the ones currently sitting in governor’s offices. That list includes Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal, New Jersey’s | Read More »