AJC’s Cynthia Tucker: So very good at being so very, very wrong
Yet again, I am mystified at why the Atlanta Journal-Constitution continues to wonder why their circulation is in a downward spiral. Maybe they should look (again) at what their resident moron columnist, Cynthia Tucker, has announced. Today she blogs that we simple people should be praising President Obama for the $800,000,000,000 “stimulus” that was passed last year because (gasp) it contained the largest amount of | Read More »
Jim Marshall (D-GA) flails about in the last, desperate throws of a doomed campaign
After supporting Nancy Pelosi myriad times and voting for her as Speaker of the House twice, now Jim Marshall (D-Georgia) wants you to know he’s seen the light. Absolutely. Yup, less than four weeks out from election day…as he sinks in the polls…now he’s announced he won’t be supporting her anymore as Speaker (as if her remaining in that role was even a possibility in | Read More »
Chambliss, Isakson continue to talk out of both sides of their mouth; does anyone care?
Georgia’s representatives in the U.S. Senate, Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson, are again talking out of both sides of their mouth as they try to convince the electorate they are conservative stewards of the people’s money. Both men are co-sponsoring the “Honest Expenditure Limitation Program (HELP) Act of 2010.” As Chambliss notes in his press release extolling his virtuous beliefs, “Balancing the federal budget is | Read More »
Government’s case weakening against the U.S. Navy SEALs?
From the diaries by Erick As Erick has been repeatedly noting, there is an effort afoot to bring the public’s attention to the plight of three U.S. Navy SEALs (Julio Huertas, Jonathan Keefe and Matthew McCabe) who, as part of SEAL Team 10, have been brought up on charges that one of the most-wanted terrorists in Iraq, Ahmed Hashim Abed, received a boo-boo during a | Read More »
Feel good Democrats and dullardly Republicans join forces in the House to weaken a U.S. service academy
The United States Coast Guard Academy (CGA), as the smallest of the five U.S. service academies, populates the Coast Guard’s officer corps with highly qualified, skilled men and women who stand ready to meet the challenges before them. What differentiates the CGA, located in New London, Connecticut, from the other service academies is that applicants to all other service academies require a nomination from either | Read More »
RINO Johnny Isakson’s (R-GA) push to spend 16.7 billion dollars to generate more housing market inefficiencies
Today we’ve learned that RINO Senator Johnny Isakson (Allegedly R-GA) is quite close to cementing a deal with Senate Democrats that will open up additional tax credits for home purchases to even more people. In said plan, 16,700,000,000 dollars will be spent to further delay a return to market economies of scale and provide more roadblocks to a much needed market reformation. Liberal Johnny Isakson | Read More »
Liberalism, open borders rhetoric arrives…at the NASA Astronaut Corps?
Earlier this month, rookie (and now veteran) Astronaut Jose Hernandez returned to Earth aboard Space Shuttle Discovery after completing mission STS-128, which delivered supplies to the International Space Station and also featured his fellow crew members performing a series of station assembly spacewalks. Neato mosquito, right? Yet another remarkable achievement for some U.S. Astronauts (and one guy from the European Space Agency)? No doubt. Unfortunately, | Read More »
This is the Cuban Nirvana that the left says is just so wonderful? Really?
For years we’ve been treated to the left gushing at the very thought of the island nation of Cuba and the socialist “utopia” that has been created there. For example, in 1998 the noted academic Jack Nicholson said that, “Fidel Castro is a genius! We spoke about everything [in our meeting]. Castro is a humanist like President Clinton. Cuba is simply a paradise!” Indeed! Nicholson | Read More »
Look no further than the U.S. Military to see the future of “big brother” health care making decisions for you…because of money
As ObamaCare proposals gear up, many have been warning about how its passage will permit the Imperial Federal Government to inject themselves in every facet of the lives of citizens, making them change behavior that is disruptive to the “common good” that universal health care provides. We can already see a microcosm of what the future will hold for us all in the United States | Read More »
Specter may have yet another primary challenger. Is that blood in the water I see?
One more Democrat has announced he is considering a primary run against Senator Arlen Specter (D-Two Faced Hypocrite). This time it’s Rep. Joe Sestak. Rep. Joe Sestak, a former Navy vice admiral, says he’s seriously considering challenging new Democrat Arlen Specter in next year’s Pennsylvania Senate primary. Sestak said Thursday he’s concerned that Washington’s Democratic establishment has picked a candidate who may not be the | Read More »