Drunk with Power
Nothing frosts me as a citizen and activist more than seeing our elected representatives forget who and what they represent. Republicans win when they act like Republicans – putting conservative principles to work – and lose when they don’t . Exhibit A: a pro-market, pro-consumer, pro-growth proposal to end Pennsylvania’s monopoly control of alcohol sales may be about to be shot down – because a | Read More »
Democrats Aren’t The Only Problem
Many conservatives believe the tipping point has tipped – that a majority of Americans are either ill-informed, uneducated, delusional, foolish, feel entitled or are just plain lazy to the point where they will continue to vote for the Party or candidate they feel will give them more and more free stuff. Young kids espousing socialism over capitalism; rich liberals with their guilt and hypocrisy about | Read More »
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, Bill of Rights
, Dept of Education
, Hillary Clinton
, tea party
Welcome to AMERICAN CULTURE
As Americans, it’s fair to say that we find ourselves not just in times of uncertainty, but many of us wake up every day to find a little bit more of our culture, our way of life, perhaps the American Dream itself disappearing before our eyes. There’s no shame in admitting that it’s scary. The ideals that our Founding Fathers so brilliantly put forth in | Read More »
Instead of Taking Care Of Business, They’re Getting Into Ours
You know what the problem with America is? We haven’t had to try our hardest in a long, long time and it’s showing. It’s been over 70 years since we had to pull out all the stops and put the totality of our civilian know-how and full power of our military forces to the maximum test and since then, only feeling it necessary to half-ass | Read More »
North American Lawyer Agreement
It’s not everyday that I find myself agreeing (in part at least) with an organization founded by Ralph Nader. But all of us should share a sense of alarm over an otherwise obscure Canadian patent case that raises a clear and present danger to American’s own authority. In the case, pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly – a company that endorsed Obamacare and refused requests by shareholders | Read More »
Megyn Kelly and Faux Outrage
Right and wrong, since when do we need “studies” to tell which is which? My wife read Erick’s article and liked it, then watched Megyn’s interview and was offended. Here is her article. Enjoy: Here we go again. Another case where someone wants to play the insulted, oppressed and offended woman. Apparently Erick Erickson struck a chord a little too close to home for Fox | Read More »
Selling Keynesian Economics to Joe the Plumber?
I usually don’t respond to Bloomberg, but one of my writers saw some low hanging fruit especially when someone tries to peddle Keynesian economics. Yesterday Bloomberg published an article by Christopher Flavelle entitled “Selling Keynesian Economics to Joe the Plumber”. I suspect that the author doesn’t know what a big sale that would be. Joe’s too smart for that. Remember this: we can either have | Read More »
Internet Radio: Will Congress level the playing field?
Ever heard of Pandora? A question you could be asking in the future when American’s largest Internet radio service no longer exists. A strange idea in an era where the power of the internet has transformed the way we do business and our everyday lives. In a nutshell, Pandora is a free online radio service that allows subscribers to personalize their own “station” by artist, genre or other musical preference. Pandora then creates a playlist of songs in that stripe, perhaps exposing the user to artists who don’t normally get play on traditional AM/FM stations.
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What’s Right with Profiling?
Remember the “Beltway Sniper” attacks in 2002, when a lunatic was driving around the Washington D.C. area picking off people with a rifle? The FBI immediately went to work on catching him and put together a profile based on their knowledge of these types of killings. The suspect was a white male, early to late 20’s, with military experience and driving a pickup truck or | Read More »
Top 10 Ways to get Slandered by the Left
Sociopaths very rarely have cohesive thoughts which can be used in debate or discussion. They simply attack you if you disagree with them. It’s kind of their deal, and forms the core of why people tend to steer clear of, make no eye contact with, or interact with insane or unstable individuals. Most of these poor souls don’t know they’re lacking in the critical thinking | Read More »