Amercia: The Story of Us: A Legitimate Criticism
Discovery Channel is doing a six part episode on the United States of America. My family recorded it and watched the first episode. While it is OK for family viewing, if the first episode is any indication, we are about to be treated to a very PC version of our nations founding. My main gripe is that in telling the story of the Revolutionary War, | Read More »
Time for the National GOP to make amends to the Great State of Florida
The damage that has been done to the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) By the Crist regime has been massive in nature. How Jim Greer took the funds of the of the RPOF and turned it into his own personal slush fund (and by using his name to hide Charlie Crist’s doing the same) was a scandal that rocked our party to its core. The | Read More »
“Goldman-Sachs delenda est”
First, Senator Tom Coburn had it right, before he lit into Goldman-Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, that 90% of the blame for the great meltdown of 2008 belonged to Congress. That said, I have very little sympathy for Goldman-Sachs executives. But what scares me most is that the Democrats are attempting to make these big financial firms “Too Big To Fail” by setting up a taxpayer funded permanent | Read More »
Senate Financial Reform Bill: Let’s Play “Name That Bill”!!
Heritage Foundation deconstruction of the current U.S. Senate Financial Reform Bill does a much better job than I could ever do. Here is the Link. Read it and then continue reading my Post. I am not a financial Guru, but from what I can gather after reading the Heritage Brief, Congress should officially name this bill as the: “Let’s codify EVERYTHING Wall Street, The Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, The | Read More »
Get Your UNREDACTED BLAGO SUPOENA Here! Blago goes “All In”!!
Rod Blagojevich has, in good Ole Chicago style, started to play hardball in his criminal case. The Dude may not know how to type or Email (See his stint in Donald Trumps “Celebrity Apprentice“) but, man, his lawyers sure know how. They have requested a trial supoena of Obama. As stated in this article, “The motion, intended to be heavily redacted, was improperly edited — | Read More »
What’s the difference between the Teacher’s Union In New Jersey and in Florida? Answer: Not Very Much
New Jersey’s Gov. Chris Christie is trying the Damn Near Impossible: Save New Jersey from Economic Ruin. One thing is he is trying to do is rein in the entitlements of the Teachers Union. Read this article with regards to the response by the teachers of New Jersey’s youth. While the Teachers Union in Florida were more restrained (for the most part) when confronted by SB6, make | Read More »
What’s the Difference Between Allen Boyd (D-FL) and Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)? Answer: NOTHING
Representative Allen Boyd (D-FL) has had a disastrous impact on the Citizens of Florida Congressional District 2, on the citizens of Florida and the country as a whole. He has towed the Pelosi Line since the Democrats took over the House in 2006. On TARP, “Porkulus”, the Government takeover of our health care system, he has been at the beck and call of Nancy Pelosi. | Read More »
DANGER! DANGER! WILL ROBINSON, DANGER! : Is The Conservative Grassroots Revival Going Pro?
At RedState.com, the Editor and Boss of the Site, Erick Erickson, has essentially told the Tea Parties of the US to drop its moniker and move on to the next level of political activism: becoming organized, beginning at the local level and working their way up. I urge all to read the article. In it he (rightly so) bemoans how some folks have tried to | Read More »
Anatomy of a Political Hit Job: Was This News Story a Coordinated Attack and an Invasion of Privacy Crime by the Press?
When it comes to “Checks and Balances” in Florida’s print media, it is increasingly apparent that there is none. In a coordinated attack piece, orchestrated by someone who had access to the Republican Party of Florida’s (RPOF) credit card records, (and for the life of me, I can’t imagine it is from anyone who currently has access), major dailies from the Panhandle all the way | Read More »
Integrity and Choice: Commentary on the Charlie Crist Campaign
Charlie Crist has, apparently, has begun to backtrack on his pledge not to run as an independent, a pledge he made in no uncertain terms when he and Marco Rubio debated a couple weeks ago on “Fox News Sunday”. If memory serves me correctly, if he does plan to go independent, he will have to make the move this month (30 April) or else he | Read More »