California’s politics, free speech, and video games.

    November 2nd, 2010, will be a big day in American history. It’s the day we vote in the midterm elections that will likely see historic Republican gains in both houses of Congress. It’s also the day that the United States Supreme Court considers the case of Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association. This case stems from a 2005 California law that prohibited the sale of “unsuitable” | Read More »

    California’s politics, free speech, and video games.

    November 2nd, 2010, will be a big day in American history. It’s the day we vote in the midterm elections that will likely see historic Republican gains in both houses of Congress. It’s also the day that the United States Supreme Court considers the case of Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association. This case stems from a 2005 California law that prohibited the sale of “unsuitable” | Read More »

    Cherilyn Eagar and other challengers to Bob Bennett discuss international trade

    Cherilyn Eagar and other challengers to Bob Bennett discuss international trade. Free trade or Fair Trade. http://www.youtube.com/user/Eagar4Senate#p/u/0/0IhGLSp2eZo You decide. Free Trade isn’t free if it isn’t fair _______________________________________________________________ Cherilyn Eagar for U.S. Senate – Principles for a Change Fiscal Restraint Limited Government Free Market Solutions Energy Independence Strong National Defense … not only abroad and along our borders, but within our communities and our families. | Read More »

    Free Men vs. Gov’t. Freebies

    This is what happens when people have grown up being praised in order to raise their self esteem, without having done anything to actually earn the praise.  This applies not only to those demanding that the government provide their health care, but also to those in Congress who purport to enable the provision of such to them.  They have no concept of the fact that | Read More »

    Income Disparity

    Is a significant income disparity of any consequence? Other than stirring up envy among the “have-nots” does it affect anyone? Does the total of one man’s bank account have any impact on someone else’s lifestyle? Why can’t Americans point to a disparity in incomes and say “that is proof that success is achievable in America”? Maybe the most important question is whether or not the | Read More »

    Prepare for the assault on free speech

    “You don’t have to be a weatherman to see which way the wind is blowing.”Regardless of the election’s outcome the battle to limit fress speech through use of the (un)Fairness Doctrine will begin .Aided and abetted by the corrupt MSM and the uninformed, intellectually challenged, products of our public school and uber-liberal colleges, a Dem controlled congress will try to silence conservative thought on talk | Read More »

    Democrats are suddenly opposed to free speech

    This is 2 years old but would be good info for the debates: From Texas Rainmaker: September 7th, 2006 2:01 pmA furious Bill Clinton is warning ABC that its mini-series “The Path to 9/11? grossly misrepresents his pursuit of Osama bin Laden – and he is demanding the network “pull the drama” if changes aren’t made.Read the rest here:Democrats are suddenly opposed to free speech

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