Republican Can be Own Worst Enemy

    With Obama pushing through a very aggressive agenda, it is just a matter of time before the American Public figures out his spending is not sustainable and realistic. Thus, Republicans only need to sit back and stay out of trouble and let the Democrats and Obama ruin their reputations by pushing their socialistic agenda. The Republicans have no one to blame but themselves now that | Read More »

    Coming soon: the news from Russia

    A Fishbreath Weekly Feature. As some of my earlier posts indicate, I’m studying (among other things) the Russian language as one of my majors. Since it’s summer, and I’m here working a desk job to keep the money flowing in that I may continue to engage in said studies, I haven’t been spending too much time keeping up on my Russian grammar. A few nights | Read More »

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    War Crimes

    I am tired of hearing all this talk about Bush-era war crimes and injustices. I just got another article from my leftist brother about a man that was held for 7.5 years in Gitmo before being released. Apparently the man was innocent. I believe it, war is horrible thing any many injustices occur. The Iraq war has shed light on many difficult injustices to comprehend | Read More »

    Obama Weekly Lowlights

    North Korea will weaponize its plutonium – This is not a surprise to anyone since they have been doing the same with uranium however, North Korea is becoming more belligerent by actually stating its intentions. I doubt any new UN sanctions will change anything. Obama is being challenged, and I doubt his “talk” foreign policy will work as North Korea threatens the world with a | Read More »

    Creep and Bureaucracy

    I worked on hundreds of projects during my corporate days as a manager and engineer. All projects are supposed to be defined and spelled out during the validation (beginning) portion of the project. If only this was remotely true. Every project I worked on had what I called “mission creep” or “scope creep” or “specification creep”. What that means is that the mission, scope, and | Read More »


    I am still a little fuzzy on all the details, but I want start to outline what I have heard thus far on the Obama Universal Health Care bill. It is scheduled to be done some time over this summer. What I am writing may not all be factual or set in stone in yet, but it does start to paint a picture of what | Read More »


    American corporations that go through bankruptcy or bad press because of scandals, accidents, or some sort of incompetence, do something that is common: they change the name of their company. In essence, they try to cover up their past and hope that the American public will forget about their bad reputation and ineptitude. Rebranding is common, especially during a recession where many corporations struggle. Rebranding | Read More »

    The President for the Victim

    President Obama grew up as a victim to the harsh United States laws and capitalistic ways. After all, he is a minority and was poor. Thus, American society was against him and every one like him. Although this is a fallacy, this perception of our government’s ill will towards the poor and minorities undoubtedly shaped his attitude and persona. In fact, Obama got to where | Read More »

    What is Wrong with the ACLU?

    My blogs are my opinions based on my experiences. I am not saying my points of view are correct, but I can at least defend them based on what I have experienced in my life. I may not understand another person’s point of view, but hopefully I will respect it. After all, not everyone had the same life experiences as me. I have said that | Read More »

    Protestors Should Put Up, or Shut Up!

    I started to blog for a number of reasons. First, I did not like the direction that our country was heading. Second, my father was a big political pundit and after he died I felt it would only be fitting to do my best to carry out the conservative message he taught me. I am only a miniscule part of society and seriously doubt I | Read More »

    The Communist Manifesto

    Below are 10 points that summarize the message of the Communist Manifesto. I comment in those items where the Obama administration policies are following this manifesto.   Abolition of private property Heavy progressive income tax – This will get worse as Obama needs to pay for his socialized medicine and other spending programs. Especially if he has any desire to reduce the federal deficit or | Read More »

    Why Spending Policies Do Not Work

    Here are some reasons why spending policies such as welfare, universal health care, parts of the recent stimulus program, and so forth do not work:   Congressional members do not understand the root cause of many national problems they face because most have not encountered them in their lifetimes. For example, congressional members do not know what it is like to be poor. To be | Read More »

    Do As I Say, Not As I Do

    Many times Obama says the right things however; we must not get too caught up in this man’s charismatic and carefully chosen words. We must look at his actions to see the hypocrisy and the true Obama. During the campaign he ran as centrist, but the first four months of his Presidency has been anything but moderate. In fact, his is the biggest liberal social | Read More »


    I believe everyone deserves a chance to prove themselves, and I openly admit that I wanted Obama to succeed. After all, if Obama succeeds then everybody in our great nation should be the benefactor: prospering and excelling. I personally wish no ill will on Obama and his administration, but I have seen enough to want the man and his policies to fail. Obama may be | Read More »

    The Obama Czar System

    President Obama has already appointed a record 16 Czars to oversee many aspects of his administration. I suspect more Czars will be appointed, it seems there is a new one every week. Czars have been appointed by other Presidents, but nothing like the Obama administration. Czars are chosen by the President and do not have to be confirmed by the Senate. On the other hand, | Read More »