Our Country Deserves a President of the United States of America- Not a President of Divider-in-Chief
The current president has divided this nation like no other in its short history. It was his playbook for winning two elections and the repercussions spill over on every issue and every citizen. It makes me sick to see the divisiveness in our everyday life and in our politics, yet it’s omnipresent. I don’t see a way to step back from the ledge except to elect a | Read More »
Texas Primary Night ~ Open Thread
Like it or not, Senator Cornyn will most likely win the Senate race tonight. He has seven competitors but unless they can breach the 50% mark collectively, he’s a shoe-in. I know it’s very early, but he has 64% of the votes so far. I’m most interested in the Lt. Gov. race and the RR Commissioner, both of which are very powerful positions in Texas government. Hopefully Pete Sessions | Read More »
(Updated) I Hope RedState and Texans Will Take A Very Close Look at KEN COPE (R CAND, TX – U.S. Senator)
Meet Ken Cope, an impressive Republican running against the powerful Senator John Cornyn for the U.S. Texas Senate. Ken Cope has a plethora of management and leadership experience spanning both Army and private aerospace experience on the international level. The bottom line is he appears to be a proven problem solver. Don’t take my word for it; read his answers on a wide range of subjects at the | Read More »
Are YOU Ready for Americans Against Amnesty Day? Ideas Welcome.
Are you mad as hell at the Republicans and their plan for amnesty by any other name and won’t take it anymore? What will you do about it? Face it, the GOP is literally thumbing their nose at us, We the Voters, for flirting with this ruinous policy when we’re on the brink of winning the Senate and stopping the liberal policies of this president. We the Voters are responsible for the House takeover | Read More »
11/4/2014 Headline: GOP Snatches Defeat from the Jaws of Victory
This is the GOP’s sad face come 2014 if they squander away the real possibility of winning back the Senate. If the leaks about the upcoming Republican agenda from the GOP leadership are true, well, expect more dissension within the rank and file. What’s more troubling is the base won’t be happy, let alone those fed up with all the disasters of the current Democratic power vaccum that might welcome a new | Read More »
Gone Fishin’: Comin’ to the Door of Your Favorite GOP Store (Update)
Business Rules 101 on Keeping A Business Open: Rule #1: Sell a product that consumers want to buy. Rule #2: Don’t disrespect your customers. Rule #3: Adapt to a changing market. Rule #4 Expand your customer base. Rule #5: Rebrand to stay current if needed. The GOP as it exists today risks extinction for violating basic business rules. It’s a flailing business model. And they want our vote to help solve our country’s woes?* | Read More »
Knock Out Hipocrisy by the DOJ
The coverage by the media on the assault of innocent people in the so-called “knock out game” is inexcusable. This is not a game when people are being killed with one punch. The media needs to quit using that name and start putting a spot light on this horrendous act of violence regardless of race or reason. I am sickened by any human being hitting another, | Read More »
Is Obamacare a Dead Parrot? Is Liberalism an Ex-Parrot? Lets Ask the Experts…
This explains Obamacare better than any pundit could possibly do with words: A little comic relief is needed in light of the disaster unfolding before our eyes as the government tries in vain to remake a sixth of our economy. It simply can’t be done without causing an equal and opposite reaction. Even Sir Isaac Newton could have seen an increase in premiums coming! Clearly more | Read More »
Is Obamacare TOO BIG to FAIL? Hello Dodd, Frank? CFPB?
It’s hard to know who is the giant and who are the minuscule people these days. I’m going with Gulliver as We the People and the small people as those that represent the government hoping to keep us tied down with debt and honourus regulations like Obamacare. Notice how he doesn’t use that word anymore? It’s all ACA now that he can’t kid about it anymore and smile | Read More »
A Case Study: Yep, Congress Has Repealed A Bad Healthcare Law Before Now…Almost.
They say history repeats itself. Maybe events do but not always the outcome. Case in point. Congress passed a Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act in 1988 but quickly realized it wouldn’t work. Seniors rose up in indignation and disgust over the costs and Congress retreated in response to The People. It Sounds remarkably similar to the high risk pool in O’care called the CLASS Act that was promptly | Read More »