Gambler In Chief
We all know the guy. He’s the one with money on every game, every Sunday. You know, he’s the one who takes your remote and changes back and forth between games with dizzying speed hanging on every last second; because he The Giants to kick one more field goal to cover, or The Bears to get that last big stop so they can run out | Read More »
Holder Receives Honor Of Posthumous Appointment To Nixon Cabinet
April 28, 2012 Yorba Linda, CA In what can only be described as an election year shocker, Richard Nixon has appointed Eric Holder to be his new Attorney General nearly a week after the eighteenth anniversary of his own death. Although this unprecedented political maneuver represents the first time that a President has appointed someone after having been out of office, (Not to mention for | Read More »
GOP Congress Can’t Fall For Obama’s Parlor Tricks!
Student loan interest rates are set to increase from 3.5% to 6.8% this July. The fact is that we really can’t afford for them to do so. As a conservative, I have to say that I think they probably should increase. At some point in time, we are going to have to start exercising some restraint with our spending. We begin that era January of | Read More »
Media Matters Poised For Massive Electoral Fraud!
Maybe it’s just me. Having been involved in political campaigns for both my father, and one of my very good friends, it’s very possible that I am just jaded to the whole process of elections, but recent developments with Media Matters have me seeing a conspiracy. Although even the most casual observer would see that the 501C3 status afforded Media Matters, a very clear left | Read More »
Writing Off Capital Expenses Is NOT A Taxpayer Subsidy!
Dear Mr. President: On the way in to work this morning, I was listening to you discuss your new strategy for lowering gas prices. Although I must say that I agree with the idea of increasing margin requirements for speculators, what really struck me was your use of disingenuous language in describing the money that oil companies write off for research and exploration as “spending taxpayer | Read More »
My Three Pronged Attack On The Student Loan Crisis
Recently, the amount of money owed on student loan debt surpassed that owed on both automobiles and credit cards, to a daunting number approaching a trillion dollars. That’s right, the amount of money owed personally by current or former American students is more than 75% of the amount that the United States owes China. It’s pretty scary when you consider all of the attention that | Read More »
Why Liberals Should Fear Obamacare At Least As Much As Conservatives.
In all of the recent fervor associated with the Supreme Court’s review of the constitutionality of the individual mandate in “Obamacare”, there has been a great deal of discussion about women’s rights. Cancer screening, mammograms and, quite vocally, birth control have all been topics of conversation as it pertains to the Affordable Care Act. While it’s true that women’s health care issues can be more | Read More »