President Obama v. Governor Jindal – Debating the Proper Role of Government
The reviews are in on President Obama’s Address to Congress and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s GOP Response. The New York Times calls Obama’s speech “Reaganesque exhortation to American resilience” and the consensus among my circle of friends is that Gov. Jindal did not do a great job of delivering his speech. I think we have bipartisan consensus that President Obama’s delivery was better than Governor Jindal. After | Read More »
Obama-inspired anti-lead law contributing to economic downturn?
The basic story is spreading around the nation and it says New law puts brakes on sales of minibikes. The cost of the law is that hundreds of millions in merchindise will gather dust due to Washington DC Red Tape. The law was meant to protect kids from lead in toys. And in the bizarre Washington DC bubble, dirt-bikes and ATVs are in the same | Read More »
The Government Growth Bill of 2009
Marred by a week-long cycle of bad press and Cabinet defections, President Obama’s $787 Billion stimulus package passed both houses of Congress last night, despite the rigid partisan-divide. Clearly emboldened by their unanimous “No” votes on the first version, House Republicans, masterfully corralled by Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-VA), held the line yet again. Three Senate Republicans – Arlen Spector (R-PA), Olympia Snowe (R-ME), Susan | Read More »
1,073 pages that are clear as mud — details lacking, transparency none, in stimulus bill
The Democrats are feeling a victory of sorts having muscled through a $787 billion stimulus bill late Friday night. Three Republicans in the Senate voted for it and not one vote came from a Republican in the house. Besides the hyper-partisanship on display, the Democrats and, especially President Barack Obama, have broke promises on transparency and have conducted themselves with same kind of finesse as a | Read More »
The House passed stimulus bill has a provision that will provide stimulus to criminals. No joke. On page 52 of the House Stimulus Bill, “$3,000,000,000, to be available for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program.” The same provision is in the Senate bill, but for only $1.5 billion on page 42. These monies are dispensed by the Bureau of Justice Assistance at the Department of | Read More »
There is nothing like a man with the courage of his convictions. A man with a set of core beliefs so firmly entrenched in his character that the jaws of life couldn’t pry them loose. Ladies and Gentleman, that man is not President Barack Hussein Obama. Folding like a house of cards in a hurricane, President Obama quickly moved to soften “buy American” language in | Read More »
The verdict is out on the stimulus package, and many economist are not buying it.
Skeptics to the Obama/Democrat stimulus package whether they be professional, political or otherwise, have been considered opposition forces and simply labeled as naysayers by the supporters of the bill. The truth of the matter is that there are many qualified professionals who have studied economics and the American economy for decades who came to different conclusions on the merits of the stimulus package. The debate has brought | Read More »
Obama blackmails Illinois
In typical Chicago thug fashion, President Barack Hussein Obama, is attempting to blackmail the State of Illinois. Written into the text of the “stimulus” package is language that qualifies the spending of stimulus money by the state of Illinois,without legislature approval, if Rod Blagojevich is the governor. No Illinois state agency can spend stimulus money without the state legislature’s approval, the bill says, until a | Read More »
What is Obama president of again?
The UN? The BBC? Originally published by Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report Obama speaks in third person of United States as dictator His first phone call after re-taking the Oath of Office prescribed for the office of President of the United States (this time sans Bible), was to the leader of the Palestinian Authority, whose Fatah Party does not recognize the right | Read More »
A Positive Thing about Obama: the Deaf and Closed-Captioning Service
A positive thing about President Obama? Who in his right mind would say this? Normally, most conservatives on this site would say no. And I am a conservative just like most of you are. However, I am unique among conservatives due to the fact I am Deaf. I turned conservative just a little over 10 years ago the moment I became a born-again Christian. But like | Read More »
Is It Just Me Or Is Sarah Palin The Only Republican Making Sense Right Now?
I was listening to Bill Bennett’s radio program this morning and a caller was talking about a local event that she had attended with an official from Sen McConnell’s office. She asked this person what the Republicans in the senate were going to do to stop the socialist agenda that President Obama is pushing. His response was to say that Senator McConnell thinks that we | Read More »
A nation of men (Obama, Geithner), not laws
The United States is a nation of laws, not men. The United States of America is a nation of laws, not men. In our Supreme Court’s first and foremost landmark case, Marbury v. Madison, 1 Cranch 137 (19803), Chief Justice John Marshall inveighed those words against Secretary of State James Madison. “The government of the United States has been emphatically termed a government of laws | Read More »
So this is how liberty dies…
to the incoherent ramblings of an elected Marxist. President Obama’s speech was a disgrace and his ability to deliver it with a straight face says something about the “content of his character”. At these moments, America has carried on not simply because of the skill or vision of those in high office, but because We the People have remained faithful to the ideals of our | Read More »
Big White House In Washington DC Sells For $650 Million+
Originally posted indepth at The Minority ReportYou cannot buy a pair of shoes, or an hour of internet time while sitting at an internet cafe, without providing a valid credit card, the correct name on that card, a valid address associated with that card, and the correct zip code and/or security code ID off the back of that card.And yet, each and every one of | Read More »