The Revolution Passed in the Night
Many things are holding the headlines hostage, the terrorist attacks, the crippling effects of Obamacare, the prospect of expanding war in Syria, and as always Iran. There is one over-riding constant that defines as it divides the present era: the fact that America has a President who advances values and policies diametrically opposed to the traditional beliefs of a vast number of Americans. From bowing | Read More »
Thugs use intimidation. A liberal application of “Do this or I’ll do that,” as a means of forcing innocent people, the thugs see as sheep to be fleeced, into doing what they want.
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Obama’s Agenda Never Changes
Remember Obama’s agenda never changes, but our lives States continue to deteriorate on a daily basis in America.
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The Modern Art Of Climate Scientology
It was also in February 2001 that I presented Enron as an investment idea at our firm’s annual “Bears In Hibernation” conference. Jim Chanos, Prepared witness testimony given Feb. 6, 2002 to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce If you follow capital markets the way your poor, hapless blogger follows the Atlanta Braves and Washington Redskins, you know why Enron got picked off, hauled | Read More »
And the media blitz expands
Today I saw for the first time in California the new ad campaign for the public option. Proclaiming that the insurance companies have statewide monopolies in 49 states. The liberal congresses answer to this is “THE PUBLIC OPTION” as if there is no other solution. Let the government be the competition. What a farce. If as they say this is true then why don’t they | Read More »
GE Bringing Socialism and other Bad Things to Life
The current dust-up between Fox News and NBC News/MSNBC has put the focus back on GE and their historically overwhelming penchant for supporting socialism and some would say the destruction of free markets. The so called feud between Fox News channel’s Bill O’Reilly and MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann is being intentionally over hyped, in my opinion, by other media outlets like the LA Times in an | Read More »