Meet Dean Heller, Again
I want to take a moment to introduce or re-introduce you to United States Senator Dean Heller. About Dean: Dean Heller was sworn in to the United States Senate on May 9, 2011. Prior to Heller’s service in the Senate, he served as Nevada’s Representative to Second Congressional District, served state-wide as Nevada’s Secretary of State for three terms and served two terms in | Read More »
Krugman’s Sour Note, Daniel-San (I) Gets Big Win: PCW Extreme Political TV
PCW Extreme Political TV Lehigh Stabler Arena Bethleham, PA Monday September 12th, 2011 Host: Johnny Suave *Ten Bell Salute to commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11* Suave introduces Professor Paul Krugman (D) of the New York Times in the ring. Suave: “He is the man who knows more than you- just ask him. Paul Krugman!” Krugman says he doesn’t want to rain on anyone’s parade | Read More »
Big Labor vs. Tea Party: 9/8 PCW Politics is War on P-SPAN
PCW Politics is War on P-SPAN (2 hrs) Ventura County Fairgrounds Santa Barbara, CA Thursday September 8th, 2011 Host: Johnny Suave Suave welcomes everyone to a rare PCW show in California. He recaps the escalating war of words between the Big Labor forces and the Tea Party. Video package Teamster James Hoffa’s remarks on Labor Day. Hoffa goes after the Tea Party big time and | Read More »
“Peaceful” Day of Rage on Wall Street planned for September 17!
Is a “Peaceful” Day of Rage an oxymoron and will the protesters be peaceniks or anarchists? Could the recent UK style violent protest in the streets be coming to America? What exactly is the purpose of the U.S. Day of Rage called for September 17 on Wall Street in New York and who is behind it? Very good questions! Some partners of the movement include | Read More »
Mr. Buffett, you lie
Warren Buffett took the time to write an op-ed piece in the Sunday New York Times and give Barack Obama some cannon fodder for his taxpayer-financed campaign bus trip. Not being a regular Times reader (I prefer the Journal), I heard about the piece after news reports of Mr. Obama quoting it on the campaign trail. It seems Mr. Buffett doesn’t think he and other | Read More »
Cain and Romney were Right Not to Sign SBA List’s Ridiculous Pledge!
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the two bona fide businessmen running for the GOP nomination for President of the United States have decided not to sign a so-called Pro-Life pledge that is more designed to force candidates to conform to SBA’s apparent “affirmative action agenda” than it is to confirm their Pro-Life status. This issue came to a head yesterday when SBA List | Read More »
Post-mortem on Osama Bin Laden
I offer some suggestions on what should have been the fate of Osama bin Laden’s fate. Also, I address other issues resulting from his demise.Read More »
The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) budget model predicts the U.S. budget will be unsustainable within twenty-six years. In other words, it is impossible for the American economy to continue past 2037. House Budget Chairman Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said President Barack Obama’s budget strategy is to “do nothing, punt, duck, kick the can down the road” while the debt remains on track to eventually | Read More »
U.S. Armed Forces in Libya – What if?
The United States is at War again. On March 7, 2011 – The French and the United Kingdom first pressured for the establishment of a No-Fly Zone over Libya, but backed down. As of this moment the military interference in an internal Conflict, commonly known as Civil War, was on the table. The Arab league supported this Idea, but never intended to get involved | Read More »
Google Inc. Move Over Traitor!
Watch This Show! Around the 27:57 mark… Glenn Beck and obviously NewsCorp unleashes on Google Inc. The story Beck weaves is one of Google deeply involved in domestic spying, with deep intelligence connections to factions within the intel community. It is a story of Google’s activism, both in cash and deeds as their recently resigned head honcho is quoted as praising the efforts of a | Read More »
What Would I Cut?
Everything. Are people going to start falling out in the streets if we eliminate Social Security and Medicare? Will people keel over if we get rid of the welfare state? Hell no so why is it so hard for Republicans and Democrats to name their cuts. My cuts of choice are pretty simple and straight forward: Time for the kiddies to grow up and its | Read More »
Restoring Balance to the United States Budget
After billions in stimulus spending and bailing out banks and automakers, America’s public finances are in a dismal state. This year, the federal deficit alone is set to near $1.5 trillion while the national debt reach a staggering $13.7 trillion last month. Americans may need to brace for austerity but plans to rein in spending are few and controversial. Ahead of November’s midterm elections for | Read More »
Weak Leadership Hampers America’s Comeback
Writing for Fox Business, David Asman describes what’s hampering the recovery of the United States today: the perception of American weakness. European and Asian countries dismiss us as weak and humiliate the president when he goes overseas looking for trade deals and backup for his own failed economic policies. Our dollar looks weak, even though it could be strong if the Fed would stop weakening | Read More »
For Such A Time As This
Dr. Jeffrey “Jake” Baker Edmond OK I recently wrote a letter to a friend. Some of the letter is personal and has been redacted but at his insistence I have placed the rest of the letter here. A bit of an unusual posting I agree … but perhaps after reading it will encourage you and help understand your role or calling … For Such A | Read More »