More Examples of Spreading the Wealth

    Here is a comment I got from a reader to my spreading the wealth example blog yesterday: The problem with spreading the wealth is that anyone for it is going to come back and tell you that what a high percent of homeless are children. Here are some other instances of spreading the wealth I can think of: How much do the states and federal | Read More »

    The Obama Hypocrisy Press Conference

    Here are some observations of the press conference by one reader (Mike Skorcz):Did you watch last night’s press conference? If you didn’t fall asleep, or channel surf over to TV-Land to watch ‘The Andy Griffith Show’, where Barney and Gomer display more sense then Obama, then you may have noticed something quite astonishing. When addressing the question regarding safeguarding Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal from the invading | Read More »

    Obama Suffers from Autophobia

    Barack Obama and a majority of Americans suffer from the fear of being alone or autophobia. Thus, most people have this strange desire to want to be liked by everyone even though this is impossible to accomplish. Befriending everyone and his uncle is Obama’s way to ensure his massive ego that he is a morally superior individual. Barack and the first family go out of | Read More »

    Obama will be the Worst U.S. President

    Okay, I have seen enough. Yes, I want Obama to succeed, but he has already proven he does not have a clue to what he is doing. To be the worst President in U.S. history he has to beat out the vastly overrated FDR and LBJ and he is well on his way. Here are some major blunders thus far:In my book I admit that | Read More »

    Obama’s Misguided View of the Law

    Obama’s view on how judges should interpret the Constitution is freighting. He believes that judges should be biased and use their emotions such as empathy to rule on cases. Keep in mind, Obama has a law degree from Harvard. His view for example, is that the courts should rule in favor of the poor or the handicap against corporations, doctors, or the wealthy. That is | Read More »

    Spreading the Wealth Example

    Here is a spreading the wealth example I got from a friend: Yesterday on my way to lunch, I passed one of the homeless guys in the area, with a sign that read “Vote Obama, I need the money”. Once in the restaurant I noticed that my waiter had on a “Obama 08″ tee shirt. When the bill came, I decided not to tip the | Read More »

    It is not what you say, it is how you say it

    In his 1841 book, On Heroes and Hero Worshiping, Thomas Carlyle credited Sir Edmund Burke with the following quote: “There were Three Estates in Parliament; but, in the Reporters’ Gallery yonder, there sat a Fourth Estate more important far than they all.” Nothing has changed in 168 years. The press provides the view of the world in succinct bytes poetically waxed by attractive talking heads | Read More »

    A Fundamental Change in Republican Strategy Is Needed

    One of the perks of living in the valley is morning radio. Normally KFYI’s Bruce Jacobs is rambling on about ‘Journos’, his current target of liberal propaganda purveyors. This morning we were treated to the Broomhead. Whenever Jacobs finds more important things to do with this day, Mike Broomhead (yes that is his name, don’t laugh at it, he is very good) fills in. This | Read More »

    Proposal For RedState and ‘The Party’

    This post is in reference to the concept presented in ‘this post’. First off, allow me to commend Ron Robinson’s intent! The party should be all about outreach and contact and activism, but Republicans, by our very nature are not activists. Activism in Republican circles always amounts to a great start and a quick fade. Protesters do not stand up and march for the proper, | Read More »

    Why Every Conservative Should Read Al Jazeera

    From Pretend You Read The News Because of the rainbow of different media flavors in this country and around the world, many people, on both sides of the political parties, are far too selective and discriminatory in their news sources. We seek out material that affirms our beliefs and points of view, and shun those that do not. Much has been said recently on the | Read More »

    Pravda, Connecticut

    The local newspaper in Bristol, CT, The Bristol Press, has been going through hard times and will likely have to close its doors due to mounting debt and declining revenue. Frank Nicastro, who represents Connecticut’s 79th Assembly district, thinks something should be done to prevent it. The media is a vitally important part of America, particularly local papers that cover news ignored by big papers | Read More »

    Gay McCarthyism and Tyranny of the Minority

    A raucous is being raised by the homosexual community over a small restaurant’s donation of $100 to the Prop 8 campaign. Attempts at appealing to the protesters by making and even larger one to repeal Prop 8 still has not quelled gay activists from boycotting the business. After a sit down with activists at the restaurant, the El Coyote, the group could still not be | Read More »


    The News is Broke….

    The Tribune Company has hired Bankruptcy Advisers… [QUOTE] Tribune has hired bankruptcy advisers as the ailing newspaper company faces a potential bankruptcy filing, people briefed on the matter said. The newspaper, which was taken private last year by billionaire investor Samuel Zell, has hired advisers including Lazard and Sidley Austin, one of its longtime law firms, these people said. Tribune has been hobbled by | Read More »

    Pelosinomics: Bankruptcy Is Not An Option

    On Wednesday, the Big Three American automakers converged upon Congress- with their Christmas List of unjust demands. These would be the terms by which they would continue to produce sub-par merchandise, employ large numbers of Democratic Party loyalists and manage a pension and health care system that no one in their right minds would want to take over as part of a bankruptcy receivership. The | Read More »

    FL 2010 Senate News (Martinez Not Running)

    Breaking News Mel Martinez (R) who is up for re-election in 2010 announced he is not running for re-election. I hope the GOP can avoid a bitter primary. Congressman Alan Boyd (D) announced interest in race.

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