Connecticut, Guns, and Tragedy

    “…or that it happens so often there’s actually a term for it.” – Giles Prentice - Broken Arrow There is a term that aptly describes what happened in Connecticut – tragedy. That is the term that has been used countless times by various news outlets to try and encapsulate the incident in such a way that the raw emotion and grief people experienced and are still | Read More »

    The NRA Is The New KKK

    It seems that Jason Whitlock was interviewed by Roland Martin and made the following quote: I believe the NRA is the new KKK. And that the arming of so many black youths, uh, and loading up our community with drugs, and then just having an open shooting gallery, is the work of people who obviously don’t have our best interests [at heart].” Someone needs to snap Whitlock back | Read More »

    Gun Violence – It’s an oxymoron

    As most people who watched even a small portion of any football game this weekend can attest to, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher murdered his girlfriend before committing suicide in front of his head coach and general manager. However, the liberals have sounded that clarion call once again for gun control. Bob Costas went on a rant during his halftime segment about the need | Read More »

    Congratulations America!!

    After four years of painful “contractions”, the American voter has given birth to a lazy bum. That is the face of America now. At least 60+ million people are more interested in what the government can provide for them than even considering what they should provide for themselves. Note the following from today’s headlines: 47 million Americans on food stamps A record number of American | Read More »

    The Obamacare Reality

    I just went through my company’s open enrollment period for health insurance and my monthly premiums went down and they went down drastically. I am going to save at least $80 a month for the 2013 calendar year. OK – Let’s all hold on a second while liberals do their happy dance and loudly proclaimed that they told us Obamacare would lower costs. *Jeopardy theme plays | Read More »

    The “Fiscal Cliff” – A New Republican Playbook

    Since Obama has won re-election, one thing needs to become completely and unequivocally clear to Republicans – the playing field is not level and will never again be. So, Republicans need to throw out the old playbook and institute a new one. With the coming fiscal cliff, the Republicans need to put it together and do it quickly. With the apparent fact that Obama has | Read More »

    ObamaMath 101

    Since Obama does not have to worry about re-election ever again, the real Obama is going to show up and state what he is really thinking. With the looming “fiscal cliff”, Obama has put out his starting point: $1.6 trillion in tax hikes And those individuals making more than $250,000 would have to pay — which would include himself. So, let’s do the math and | Read More »

    Check, please.

    As one should expect, elections do have consequences. With the reelection of Obama, the check is due and Obama has said that rich people, business owners, Wall Street bankers, etc. are to pay their fair share. So, one business owner has started prepping for the coming onslaught of tax increases, healthcare requirements, and other regulations that will come with a second Obama term. HE FIRED 22 | Read More »

    If I were rich…

    And by rich, I mean making more than $250,000 a year; I would sit up and take note of what happened last night. The American electorate, albeit slightly, is blaming you for what ails them. They are going to come for your money because you are not paying your “fair share.” They are blaming you for barring them from their success. They are blaming you | Read More »

    Obama v/s Clinton

    In a speech today in Springfield, Ohio – Obama took the time to compare his presidency against that of Bill Clinton. He wanted to drive home the point that the two presidents enacted similar policies and that they worked back then and are working now. To put it simply, Obama said that both he and Clinton believed that – Bigger government = Bigger success for the middle | Read More »