Safety and Security
Safety and Security: Both are Essential It is not easy to talk about the importance of a strong domestic oil industry in the wake of the tragic incident in the Gulf of Mexico. We do not yet have all the information about what caused the explosion, but we do know that it could have and should have been prevented. In the months ahead, our first | Read More »
McCain’s S3081 strips American’s of their 5th and 6th Amendment Rights
Who needs the current Administration and Congressional Democrats violating our rights when Sen. McCain can do it for them? A close reading of S3081, the “Enemy Belligerent, Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010″, introduced by Sen. John McCain would allow the U.S. military to detain U.S. citizens indefinitely without being charged with a crime, without being read a Miranda warning, without trial, without access | Read More »
9.7% – What’s Wrong With That Figure?
Like every thing else about this Obama Presidency and administration, nothing is straight forward. It’s always a conjuration of smoke and mirrors. It’s just like Rush Limbaugh used to say about the Clinton administration, “These people get out of bed in the morning saying to themselves, ‘HOW CAN WE FOOL THEM TODAY?’ “ Fact is, it’s getting a lot harder to do. The leftists can | Read More »
LA Authorities Issue Helicopter Security Alert
The Louisiana State Analytical and Fusion Exchange (LA-SAFE) today issued a notice titled Suspicious Activity: Helicopter Leasing Facilities for aviation interests in Louisiana. We received it at work via our membership in the Offshore Operators Committee. Oil and gas operators use helicopters routinely to access platforms and rigs. There are several large shore bases across the Gulf that serve this activity. Walk-up inquiries about helicopter | Read More »
Obama – Tough… On What?
We used to have a saying around the playground as wise-guy adolescents. “He’s tough ok, around the mouth”. This was generally used to describe a guy who was all talk, who would back off and cower to any half-baked bully who happened to come along. Striking simile to the Benighted One and his Clown College where it comes to the very first tenant of a | Read More »
Privacy, Security, and The need to say “No!”
After 9/11 I heard so many people cry out for the government to provide more security. There was an obvious sense of worry and even in many cases, outright panic – and for good reason. 9/11 killed thousands of innocent Americans going about their daily lives. It would change America forever. I just hoped it wouldn’t change the essence of who we were. Unfortunately, it | Read More »
Americans Must Demand Secure Borders
On the heals of President Obama’s announcement Tuesday that he is sending 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan, the discovery Wednesday of a large cross-border tunnel, extending from Mexico 860 feet into San Diego, reminded America how critical it is to secure its borders if it wants security from terrorist acts on American soil. The discovered tunnel from Mexico to San Diego had lighting, electrical, ventilation | Read More »
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Security’s A Top Down Issue – Obama And Crew Inept Here As Well.
Round and round she goes and where it stops nobody knows…the BUCK that is. The clown circus is in full bloom, but around the Obama White House that’s a 24/7, 365 given. If there’s anything we’ve learned this last year, it’s that Barry and crew operate like the proverbial nut cake in-laws…everybody knows they’re members of the family but nobody wants to admit it. Now | Read More »
dead plan walking
President Obama claims that diplomacy is the way to go in the dispute with Iran over its nuclear ambitions. I think he’s lying. Obama is too smart to believe that Iran will do anything but stall while it continues to build weapons of mass destruction with which it may be able to achieve its dreams of world domination and wiping Israel off the face of | Read More »
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Costa Mesa LZ…Obama Landing Zone reconnaissance
Costa Mesa, the first stop of the President’s two-day swing through Southern California As you know Barack Obama is coming to Costa Mesa on Wed. The location of this town hall meeting follows a trend exhibited by Mr. Obama in previous appearances in Elkhart, Indiana and Fort Myers, Florida. Similar to these cities, Costa Mesa represents a specific area of a state won by Sen. | Read More »
ISN’T IT TIME FOR AN ULTIMATUM?
ISN’T IT TIME FOR AN ULTIMATUM? It struck me a long time ago that our leaders in America almost blithely go about our business with such little concern for our well-being, most specifically with regard to future attacks by terrorists on our soil. They’ve put us in a defensive posture with such tactics as airport screenings and patdowns and with all sorts of other defensive | Read More »
Are you living in a “Constitution-free zone”? Most of us are!
Homeland Security: “You’re driving along a remote, dusty road, when suddenly you come upon a border patrol checkpoint. There, agents demand to see your identity papers, and search your car. You are taken by surprise, because you know you haven’t wandered across the Texas-Mexico border. In fact, you’re quite sure of that, because you’re driving through rural Wisconsin countryside west of Green Bay. Even the | Read More »
Sarah is a weak choice for V.P.? Think again
**Question: What is America’s first line of missile interceptor defense that protects the entire United States? Answer: 49th Missile Defense Battalion of Alaska National Guard. Question: What is the ONLY National Guard unit on permanent active duty? Answer: 49th Missile Defense Battalion of Alaska National Guard Question: Who is the Commander in Chief of the 49th Missile Defense Battalion of Alaska National Guard? Answer: Governor | Read More »
Social Security’s Beginning and Demise
shoot me an email and I will forward it to you. [email protected] it’s amazing. McCain should use this in his campaign.