2014: When will the Federal Government dump Federal Employee’s into Obamacare?

    According to FedScope, as of 2012, there are just over 2.1 million federal employees. With 2014 just over six months away, one has to ask themselves when Obama is going to dump the federal employees that he oversees (if you could call it that) into Obamacare? Like the scene from the classic movie “Jaws” where the mayor begs people to go into the water to | Read More »

    DOJ, IRS spying on Americans, they are the least of our problems*

    * I admit that the IRS, DOJ, OSHA, and many more government entities can really ruin a person’s life. However there are a few other entities that are only too happy to hand over their data and analytics to the Government. Way. Too. Happy. They are Google and Amazon. I think we can add Walmart to. They have been getting very comfortable with the Government | Read More »

    An open letter to Reince Priebus, Karl Rove, and the establishment RNC

    It is with all due respect that I write this open letter to Mr. Priebus, and Mr. Rove; I submit that you are both insane.  Mr. Priebus, I am from Wisconsin, and could not be prouder that you are the head of the RNC.  That said, you have not learned from history.  This incessant need to promote the “first looser” aka second place runner up | Read More »

    Obamacare, Taxes, and the Law of Unintended Consequences

    I was having breakfast with my Brother this past Saturday.  He is a small business owner, (and a very smart dude in general).  He has more than 50 employees.  I was asking him what he is going to do to mitigate Obamacare.  He told me that he was going to make them all independent contractors.  That started me thinking.  If he makes everyone an independent | Read More »

    Let’s get this party started!

    Since Georgia’s Senator Saxby Chambliss is not going to run, I move that Red State’s own Erick Erickson runs to be Georgia’s next Senator (and a damn sight better than Chambliss)!  So let me say it here first, Senator Erick Eickson!  Has a nice ring to it.  All in favor…?


    You think I am kidding?  This from the CDC: “Every day, almost 30 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. This amounts to one death every 48 minutes.  The annual cost of alcohol-related crashes totals more than $51 billion.” The CDC breaks it down like only the CDC can: In 2010, 10,228 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving | Read More »

    And now for something completely different

    Okay, we lost, we’re screwed as a Nation. The constitution will soon be a very old roll of toilet paper. And as far as I am concerned, we have north America’s version of Hugo Chavez.  While I am foreseeing the future, who knows if Obama, by executive order will abolish the 2016 Presidential elections and make himself Supreme Leader? At least 50 percent of this | Read More »

    ORCA of Biblical Proportions

    We can now add ORCA to the list of Old Testament tribulations; hoards of locust, raining frogs, eldest male child dying in the night, the earthly flood (though God said he would never do that again, but I digress).  What is happening to this country seems to be of Biblical proportions. I am not a biblical scholar, nor do I claim to be one. But | Read More »

    The oncoming storm called Obama

    Whatever the reason, whomever’s fault it is, we lost.  And we lost big.  We are a divided country that is not 47%/47%, but more like 50%/50%.  Here is what we have to look forward to in the next four years: 1. Obama leading by decree or policy and the Congress not being able to do anything about it. 2. Obama completely embracing the UN mandates; | Read More »

    My Mid-Freak-Out Epiphany

    I really didn’t expect it to be this close.  I expected it to be like 1980; Reagan vs. Carter.  I really did.  Which means, to my shock, the polls were pretty spot on.  Thankfully, I live in a ranch home, so there is no ledge for me to throw myself off of…anyhow, my epiphany.  If the polls are correct as they seem to be, Romney | Read More »