Tancredo Rally Notes – 10/29
Just returned from a Tom Tancredo rally in Longmont, CO. Note that Longmont is in Boulder County, one of the few places left where there are still plenty of Obama ’08 bumper stickers. The rally was held at the VFW hall on Main. There were about 60 people seated and twice that many again standing around the walls. To put this in context, we’ve had | Read More »
Is America’s Patriotism Fading – by Chelsea Clark
This was on the LFF blog, linked here, and I thought it was good enough, and appropriate so I thought I would repost it here because I think people should read what it says. It’s written by someone who is young, and in that, carries more weight.http://liberty-freedom.org/blog/?p=33 Enjoy: There is a fading American Patriotism today and the residual effect is causing detriment to our great | Read More »
Dems front Libertarian Candidate in IN-9 to split vote
Todd Young (IN-9) is leading the charge to take back Congress to fiscal conservatism. Karl Rove (http://youtu.be/w8GC1FjtOak) and Time have put Todd Young in the spotlight as a bellwether for Republican voter support on election night. IN-9 election results will be among the first called on election night thereby setting the tone for west coast voters as they enter the polls after work. Young has | Read More »
Tea Party Amendment
Proposed Amendment XXVIII Section 1. All bills before Congress shall be sequestered, remain unaltered and be made generally available to the public for a period of five days plus one working day per thousand words, before every vote in either House of Congress. When a bill before Congress amends existing statutes, the complete amended text of all affected statutes shall be posted with the bill | Read More »
Daytona Beach Commissioner Arrested
DAYTONA BEACH, FL. – Daytona Beach City Commissioner Derrick Henry and his campaign manager Genesis Robinson were arrested today, charged with committing absentee ballot fraud during Henrys 2010 re-election campaign. The Daytona Post had previously reported a criminal investigation into the case (See Voter Fraud in the Daytona Beach City Commission Election Prompts Criminal Investigation ) The investigation by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and | Read More »
The Final 100 Hours
Are you anxious about the coming election? You probably are. You wouldn’t be at this site if you didn’t care deeply about the country and if you weren’t hopeful that we, the people, would return to conservative values and solutions. Frankly, I hope you’re a little anxious. I hope you’re not like some conservatives who feel that this election is already won. No, it isn’t. | Read More »
Lindsey Graham strikes again. Can we get rid of this fool?
Just like clockwork, it wouldn’t be the political season without stupid comments by Lindsey Graham(nesty) of South Carolina. Less than a week away from what could turn out to be a historic landslide for the GOP, Graham is already talking about ‘compromise’ and ‘working to get things done.’ Why do we tolerate this fool? The worst part is not so much Graham’s usual habit of | Read More »
2010 Midterm Conspiracy Theories
There aren’t really any conspiracy theories I believe in. Occam’s Razor is practically a religious tenant of mine. At the same time, those who believe in conspiracy theories tend to hold onto them with a suspension of disbelief that Scientologists would envy. Maybe that’s why I love reading them so much. You hear one perspective of an event that piques your interest, then you get | Read More »
“Big Labor Takes Hold in South Carolina”
“Big Labor Takes Hold in South Carolina” is a headline Democrats would love to see. “Right to Work” laws that empower workers and place restrictions on organized labor have created jobs by attracting companies like BMW and Boeing to make the Palmetto state their home. But what’s good for the people of South Carolina is not necessarily good for the big union bosses in Detroit | Read More »
Obama throws the Teamsters under the “Truck”
The administration just announced emissions and fuel efficiency standards for Heavy Trucks, making long haul trucking a much more expensive proposition. They are demanding a 20% reduction in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption by 2018 – yeah, right. Curious that this story is buried or nonexistent from traditional media outlets. http://bulktransporter.com/news/feds-propose-first-commercial-truck-efficiency-rules-1026/ The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the first US | Read More »
Medicare cuts start in December 2010
I received a call from the AMA asking me to take action by calling my congressman to demand something be done to prevent cutting care to Medicare patients after November 31, 2010 . My personal view is that everyone should take care of themselves, save widows and orphans, but I decided to look into the matter. After all, the Demoncrats have most seniors conned into | Read More »
Wake up Meg!
Jerry Brown is using your own words against you in his latest attack ad, now its time for you to do the same… Start airing this now! I am flabbergasted this hasn’t been capitalized upon yet.
Austin Scott on Defense – 8th GA District
Jim Marshall’s recent ad on Warner Robins Air Force Base is very compelling and begs for a strong and immediate response. As a retired veteran, I recommend that Austin Scott counter this with his own ad that speaks of the Democrat Party’s long standing weakness on national security. Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton cut defense to the bone in order to acquire budget dollars for | Read More »
The Legislative Lords and Fort Mudge Memorial Dump
Some have called for Barack Obama’s impeachment. That’s political opium. The Republic’s salvation lies in impeaching the Congress–not the President. Jeffery Kuhner stated the case for impeaching the President in the 7/22/10 Washington Times (“President’s socialist agenda must be stopped”). But Congress won’t make America’s first black President our political equivalent of Charles I. The House needs 218 votes to impeach; the Senate, 67 to | Read More »
I Vote Democrat Because:
This is a compilation of liberal hypocrisies that I found…. Enjoy the laugh (I can’t take credit for writing these, I just put them all together) I Vote Democrat Because: I voted Democrat because I believe oil companies’ profits of 4% on a gallon of gas are obscene but the government taxing the same gallon of gas at 15% isn’t. I voted Democrat because I believe | Read More »
Nick Popaditch v Bob Filner Debate Video !
TKO delivered by Nick @Popaditch. Please watch, the debate speaks for itself : A Picture speaks a thousand words and this one is priceless. This is what happens when you try to debate Nick @Popaditch ! I have some strong commentary about this debate, which I attended but I shall wait! I want to know what you think! Please watch and comment. If you think | Read More »
Bigger than 1994? Ask these Democrats
Will the Republican wave in 2010 surpass that of 1994? At first glance, it’s difficult to see that happening, considering there are a dozen fewer Democrat open seats than in 1994, meaning that even if the GOP picks off every single one of them on November 2nd, it still won’t match the 22 open seats they switched to red in 1994. In other words, | Read More »
Is a Third-Party Wave Coming in 2012???
If you ask me “If a third-party wave is coming in 2012″ I would have to answer that in two parts. One is it possible for a third-party to make a succesful run for the Presidency. Two can there be a succesful wave of the third-party’s in the Congress? My answer to the First question is no…there will be no succesful run by a third-party candidate for the office of President. If a strong third-party is formed | Read More »
Seattle Times readers endorse Watkins by 6 to 1
James Watkins has been running an excellent campaign for WA-1 against incumbent Inslee. He’s been positive, fiscally conservative, pro-jobs, and made the case for why 10 years is long enough for Inslee. The Seattle Times editorial board has made a straight-ticket Democrat endorsement for Congress, including Jay Inslee. The further irony was that the Times has a “Reset 2010″ theme for this election cycle and | Read More »
I have tried most of the morning to leave my comment at the NPR, but every time I get a message, that they are working on the sight, or the sight can not be found after I typed my message. Basically I do not agree with Juan Williams, but he is an American. The America I was born in and grew up in was known as | Read More »
Vote for Maes
Mr. Erickson wrote an entry recently instructing Republicans, conservatives, and tea partiers to rally behind Tom Tancredo for Governor of Colorado. As a Coloradan myself, I think Mr. Erickson is wrong. There are two good reasons not to vote for Tancredo, one practical and one moral. I’ll address the practical first.Read More »
Federal Reserve Social Engineering
“Federal Reserve policy makers may want Americans to expect inflation to accelerate in the future so they spend more of their money now.” Apparently, it is no longer the governments role to provide a stable currency, It is the citizens’ role to see their savings stolen in the name of the greater economic good. Assuming we define that greater good as buying more rubbish from | Read More »
Joel Demos (R Cand,Mn-5) needs our help!!
Check out how ugly this race is getting and Joel is fighting Ellison with little help! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnJOZbPmqLM
Entitlement Recommendation Going Forward
Here is a position paper on Entitlements in general and medical entitlements in specific. This year I turned 65 and in accordance with my former company’s policy, my health care transferred to Medicare from what was a top flight private program. Am I happy about this? Well, yes in a way and no in another way. Yes: the cost of the Medicare program | Read More »
Townsend gets a bump from MSM?
Interesting article in yesterday’s Times Herald Record about Townsend & his chances against Chuck Schumer. The article actually portrays him as the “plucky underdog”, rather than the expected picture – with a surprising lean towards supporting him. Townsend needs help. If you’re sick of Schumer’s meddling and distractions from what Congress should be doing, here’s a solid Conservative to back. He has $160,000 to fight | Read More »
Out of the Woodstock Nation closet, and into the fired up
As one of the founders of ShaNaNa, I offer this about my parody of the oldie “Bread and Butter” adapted as “marshall music” for today’s tea party troops.Read More »
CALL FOR IMMIDIATE ACTION TO PREVENT VOTING FRAUD To a large degree the integrity of all polling places is critical to the legitimacy and competence of our governments. Immediate action to TRUE-THE-VOTE is possible NOW. *THE NATURE OF THE CURRENT THREAT TO OUR ELECTION’S INTEGRITY* Those who have demonstrated a traditional, concerted, habitual, even compulsive willingness to dissemble, equivocate, bear false witness against their neighbor, | Read More »
The Tea Party’s “Anti-intellectual” attitude
The leftist intellectual elite has been suffering a lot of pushback recently and it has developed an explanation which really comes as no surprise . . . the masses, you see, just ain’t very smart. In an effort to put this somewhat more politely, many of these elitists often speak in terms of an “anti-intellectual” attitude that is pandemic among the tea partiers and other | Read More »
Aqua Buddha Truthers of Kentucky Unite for Jack Conway
Jack Conway the father of the Aqua Buddha Truther movement must not be denied the opportunity to expose the infiltration of this tyranny on America. Aqua Buddha Truthers of Kentucky Unite