Taxpayer funded, not “free” — a modest disclosure proposal
Anyone viewing or listening to political advertising will be graced at the end of the ad with the statement “this has been a paid political announcement.” Recently, I’ve become particularly annoyed with the use of the word “free” when it comes to programs, projects and offerings to the public that are underwritten in part or in whole by some level of government – or more | Read More »
AZ follows NH — reminds the Feds of the 10th Amendment
This is refreshing. The Arizona state legislature has introduced HCR 2024: A concurrent RESOLUTION claiming sovereignty under the tenth amendment to the constitution of the united states over certain powers, serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates and providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed. While not that familiar with it, apparently New Hampshire has already passed such | Read More »
Now Oprah wants to talk with Palin
So, now Oprah wants to talk with Sarah Palin. Let’s hope Palin declines! More on the story at Gateway. Oprah’s ratings slipped when she campaigned for Obama. Let’s hope Sarah does not help revitalize them. Sarah: Just say no!
Who is John Galt?
A lot of head scratching has been going on with BHO’s record-setting fund raising activities. $150 million in September alone? During an economic downturn? Perhaps some pieces are finally starting to come together and explain some of the less than honest activities. From Free Republic (via Atlas Shrugs) Somebody, high up, has access to millions of credit card, and possibly debit card accounts. This is | Read More »