Myopic Priorities of Personal Actions
It is amazing to me that there can be such a disparity in reactions towards our public leaders based on their actions. For instance, take a comparison between the actions by David Patter and the media/political response vs. the actions of Rep. Charles Rangel. david patterson: yankees tix domestic violence interference Rep. Charles B. Rangel failed to report $75000.00 Tax Break Benefits A Contributor Failing | Read More »
Do we need an investigation into the Massa/Hoyer thing?
Full disclosure: I regret Eric Massa’s resignation solely because I was looking forward to seeing his concession speech on Election Night, seeing as he’s an opportunistic progressive sycophant who last year spouted off bizarre nonsense about ‘treason’ to other progressives equally ignorant of the Constitution. Michelle Malkin has two posts nicely summarizing precisely why embracing this guy is a poor life choice for conservatives; my | Read More »
Moderate Reasons for Moderate Democrats to Vote No
If they are listening, here are three moderate reasons for moderate Democrats to vote no on the Health Care bill: Republican extremes want private market forces to solve every problem; Democrat extremes want the Federal Government to administer every system. Neither of these two approaches will work for health care. The lack of a single Republican supporter of the present legislation clearly shows that it | Read More »
Why the ACORN 8 Protect Obama and Lie to Conservatives
Last year ACORN alter ego Project Vote sued me for telling the people the ugly truth. Now the ACORN 8 are attacking me because I have acted on my belief that the people deserve truth, transparency and accountability. (The ACORN 8 slogan only calls for “truth, transparency and accountability within ACORN.”) ACORN 8 spokesman Michael McCray recently noted in a hit piece on me that | Read More »
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Pete Stark is Nuts…Is that even news any more?
“I wouldn’t dignify you by peeing on your leg. It wouldn’t be worth the urine.”
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Pelosi, Obama Split on Rangel
While House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may be reticent to drain the swamp and admonish Representative Charley Rangel for recent ethics violations, President Barack Obama has, in typical Obama fashion, thrown the scandal-plagued New York Democrat under the bus, reports the New York Daily News. In recent days, a growing choir of Democrats have begun echoing GOP demands that Rangel surrender his chairmanship of the powerful | Read More »
AMERICA Suffers from Gangrene and the cure is to cut away the ROT
Years of Corruptioon have left America with severe decay to be removed. America is suffering from a leadership crisis, despite electing one of the most electrifying young president, a senate with the average senator having almost 20 years of service, and House memeber with almost a decade and half of experience. This failure in leadership all points to stagnation instead of experience and comptency for | Read More »
For CPAC and Beck, The Truth About the ACORN 8
What began in 2009 as a quiet rumble of discontent blossomed into a movement over health care and rocked the nation with the election of Scott Brown. Now fired up Conservatives are bringing that energy to DC for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Thursday CPAC began with an abundance of Conservative leaders coming together from across the country. Republicans, Conservatives and Libertarians will mingle | Read More »
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Haiti: Just in case you forgot.
I heard they had an earthquake there……. Kind of a bad one too. The UN didn’t forget though….. Especially the command and control part. The humanitarian end always takes a back seat with the one-worlders, especially in a nation they continue to keep down, impoverished and enslaved, with civilians in true peril begging for whatever might be offered (except for that nation’s elite people of | Read More »
The Monarchy is Alive and Well in the Good Old USA
A little update on our own personal Queen Bee Nancy Pelosi who shows absolutely no respect for the taxpayers or the military and not an iota of restraint as she uses the US Airforce as her own personal airlines. Her kids and grandkids traveled on Airforce jets without any US Representative on board. Take a look at that list of booze that was purchased with | Read More »
Will ACORN’s Leftist Agenda be Thwarted by Scott Brown?
In a move that is oddly fitting for a President who failed to interrupt his Hawaiian vacation to respond to a terrorist attack, Barack Obama is heading to Massachusetts to assist his base of union and community organizers. “Obama is headed to Massachusetts Sunday to campaign for Democrat Martha Coakley, whose race against Republican Scott Brown has narrowed to a toss-up as voters zero | Read More »
Interview with Tom Tresser
I first met up with Tom Tresser when I went to my first Olympics town hall event in the summer. Tresser lead the citizen activist group, No Games Chicago. They opposed the bid, as most have probably figured out. Tresser represented No Games, and their position, in the forum. Here’s how I described Tresser’s best argument that night. Tresser, on at least five occasions, referred | Read More »
Democrat Corruption has turned Capitol Hill into Tammany Hill
Tammany Hall, now a metaphor for Democrat corruption, began as a real place. It was a building, in fact, the headquarters of the New York Democratic Party. During the 19th century and early 20th centuries, Tammany Hall was the foremost center of power and financing in the Democratic Party nationwide. The origins of Tammany Hall date back to the 1790s as a fraternal organization, The Society of St. Tammany. | Read More »
Obama Care has been, without a doubt, Eye opening to say the least!
When I stop to think of the history and all the side stories that have resulted from this disastrous piece of legislation I have to shudder and wonder is this just a highly visible example of what is, or has become, business a usual in Washington D.C.? I mean think about it, the Representative for the Majority has basically stated that despite knowing that a | Read More »
Gee, Who Couldn’t See This Coming?
From the Wall Street Journal, “House Ethics Office Ends Probe of Murtha, 2 Others” [emphasis from original]: A key House investigating body has dropped its probe of Rep. John Murtha (D., Pa.) and two other members of the House’s defense-spending committee, according to people familiar with the matter. The Office of Congressional Ethics has informed aides to Murtha as well as Reps. Norm Dicks (D., | Read More »