How The Left Manipulates Terms
Note: I started writing back in late September but fell short of ideas. I’ve written about this before, but this requires more attention than what it’s gotten. Most of everyone tend to call them “liberals”. The left first started playing with it by late 1910s when the American people became hostile to progressive with Woodrow Wilson entering us into WWI when he initially promised not to | Read More »
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, Woodrow Wilson
Abortion-On-Demand – The Modern American Holocaust
Since Roe v Wade in 1973, some 55 million babies have been legally killed without thought. The Democrat Party, MSM and leftists everywhere continue advocating for this mass killing that Adolf Hitler could only dream of. Barack Obama put out a statement reaffirming “women’s rights” to legally killing their child for whatever inconvenience when adoption is the genuine alternative. And of course cheer on nasty | Read More »
How Can We Find Common Ground?
When I’m saying that I don’t mean left-right, I’m talking about the drug war and drug policy. I’ve been reading some diaries of late that are at best skeptical of marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington State. I personally thought they were wrong, I’m not here to talk about legalization of drugs though. For all disagreement between anti-drug conservatives and pro-drug libertarians, there’s gotta be | Read More »
This Just In – Tom Coburn To Retire Before Senate Term Ends UPDATED
His reasoning for retiring early has to due with battling reoccurring cancer. It’ll be after midterms meaning there’ll be a special election scheduled for that time. Likely Republican candidates could be Reps. Tom Cole, James Lankford and my own Jim Bridenstine. And this is on top of other high profile statewide offices up like the Governorship and the Senate seat held by Jim Inhofe. Speaking | Read More »
Mitch McConnell and John Boehner
I truthfully use to really like Boehner and McConnell back 2, 3 years ago. I thought they were very decent leaders and decent men. Even when they failed badly like the $hit sandwich fiscal cliff deal from the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013. I supported ousting Boehner as Speaker, but afterwards I got passed that and thought to just wait and see. As | Read More »
The Ironic Rebirth of Freedom
Something odd has happened in the past several years. Free market healthcare is experiencing comeback not seen in years. And that’s kind of thanks to Obamacare ironically. Contrary to popular belief, the US healthcare system isn’t laizze faire and hasn’t been for decades. Prior to the 60s it was free market operated primarily. But the introduction of Medicare, Medicaid and the insurance bureaucracy changed everything. | Read More »
Can We Stop With This Charade Please?
I’m gonna make this short and simple: I’m really getting agitated over this blowing up of every other statement coming from the Pope’s mouth. A lot of this charade was started and fault of the leftist media which hates the Catholic Church with every bit of energy they have, but a lot of people in general are blowing up over this statement or that comment. | Read More »
Happy New Year! Individual mandate implementation, Edison light bulb, Senate races, etc.
Well it’s 2014 and Obamacare is going into further gear with the individual mandate. I saw a very funny video on YouTube posted by Reason TV. I recommend you check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5VAO5vx52o. Ironically my birthday is 14 days after the individual mandate going into effect. Also of noteworthy is that the Edison light bulb has been banned by the federal government permanently (or until the | Read More »
Merry Christmas and God Bless Everyone!
This will be the last diary you’ll be seeing from me for the year. I originally was gonna stop at my previous one which reflects on 2013 and looks on to 2014, but I think Christmas deserves everybody’s attention. While it’s been a tough year (and 2014 may well be tougher), I fully believe we in the liberty movement will triumph in the end. It’s | Read More »
Reflecting on 2013 and Looking Onward to 2014
Well it’s been a very eventful year. Started it out with a $hit sandwich deal. Then there’s the Paul filibuster, then immigration, then Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage, then there was revelations on mass surveillance by the NSA, then there was Syria, then the Cruz filibuster and the Obamacare shutdown. Now we end 2013 with another $hit sandwich which ends the only spending restraint we | Read More »