Shame is gone, former SC gov running for congress.
From the Weekly Standard: “Mark Sanford, the former governor of South Carolina, will run for the House of Representatives, sources close to Sanford confirm. He will try to win election to the seat formerly held by Tim Scott.” You may better remember the former governor better as: “In 2009, halfway through his second term as governor, reports surfaced that Sanford was missing, with staff referring | Read More »
Explaining public and private business in 6 easy steps.
We have all heard President Obama tell the country that you essentially accomplished nothing on your own(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6j8XhQfvpW8) and everything you did or the US has done has been with the help of government and it has made many furious. So, I came up with the simplest example I could to explain how government produces something and how private business produces something so that you have some way | Read More »
The US’s energy ultimate weapon, natural gas.
I’ve been a fan of natural gas for sometime, but read this article recently on the Amrican thinker and had to share it with the red staters: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/04/cheap_natural_gas_heralds_an_energy_revolution.html; and it is now obvious to me that the US’s use of natural gas will be the decider in making putting the US atop the energy world for decades. You are free to read the article, but | Read More »
Another reason that Obamacare may lose, the 2010 SOTU speech.
Just a little review for those who may have forgotten, but in the 2010 SOTU speech, Obama called out the supreme court during the speech for a decision that “reversed a century of law to open the floodgates – including foreign corporations – to spend without limit in our elections.” Now, the counter or courts argument for being right, from here: http://blog.heritage.org/2010/01/28/the-truth-about-president-obama-and-citizens-united/ was that, “Court overturned | Read More »
Govt+state rail are the canals of the 21st century.?
I came across this site last week: EconJournalWatch – http://econjwatch.org/ at: http://econjwatch.org/articles/some-possible-consequences-of-a-us-government-default I put the excerpt supporting my subject title below, but you can read it or the article if you wish, but basically what happened is after the building of the Erie canal was such a success, a big splurge of canals were built and financed by the states which coincided with a fanancial panic | Read More »
Cain’s campaign is over ! He takes on Newt, 1 on1; Saturday.
Cain has agreed to a one on one debate with newt saturday for 90 minutes, carrid by c-span. Cain is going to be done for with the soundbytes that come from that. Now, I like Cain personally, but he doesnt have the background on how DC works, hasn’t thought thru the US’s domestic and international issues or knows what will work best. If he’s | Read More »
Could you live with Gingrich era Spending Levels today? I think I could.
I read this article on Saturday, “Would You Accept Clinton Tax Rates If Combined With Gingrich Spending Levels?”; and thought I would pass it around in case any missed it: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/04/would_you_accept_clinton_tax_r.html What I saw that I hadn’t heard before and thought I would pass along was this: “Consider that total Human Resource spending in 1999 — Social Security, Medicare, | Read More »
Gulf env. and local damage, its on Obama.
Now, don’t get me wrong BP is at total fault for the spill and deserves some blame for clean up and containment; but BP; nor all oil companies in the gulf put together have the resources or authority to minimize the environmental effects. Unfortunately, it does seem the White House knew in April the spill might last for a long time and they did | Read More »
Help pump up YouCut
I’m not sure if it’s been mentioned here, but i hadn’t seen it make the main page and it’s time to do that. YouCut is the republican whip’s new idea to get people involved in proposing House spending cuts. Each week, the whip site will offer several spending cuts and the vote winner will be brought to the House floor the following week for | Read More »
Obamacare is alive again with finish line in sight !
Up on drudge and yahoo today as of 6:30pm Friday night: http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20100219/pl_nm/us_usa_healthcare1 Apparently, they plan on pushing it through. You knew they couldn’t be trusted and they are proving it again. If you have time during the CPAC watching you will probably do this weekend, PLEASE, PLEASE call, fax and email your representatives, party leaders and white house and let them know your feelings. | Read More »
So, is the Mickey Mouse train gold plated ?
As you probably know, the president was in tampa touting a high speed train that would go from tampa to Orlando. Now, I’m not going to go into where the money, 3.5 billion; would be better spent, spent at all, or if it will even be built. I’m questioning just what all else obama and the federal government are doing with that 3.5 billion | Read More »
Remiander: You cannot trust a democrat.
I know the chances of healthcare making it to the President’s desk anytime, or anytime soon are slim and none and slim is checking flight schedules, but you CANNOT TRUST A DEMOCRAT ! Nelson, Leiberman, Lincoln, etc. all rolled over. If you have a free minute this week, you might take a break from doing the snoopy dance over Scott Brown, the supreme court | Read More »
True cost of Obamacare
True cost of Obamacare I know many things have been written on this, but this write up was very concise for those of you who are open to the facts but do not have time to watch or keep up with every new detail. http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/11/the_true_cost_of_obamacare.html Excerpts from the article(emphasis mine): The Congressional Budget Office has estimated the 10-year (2010-2019) cost of the | Read More »
Still want govtcare?Tell your women this first.
As you know, govt. care is coming; and it is more likely inevitable. But before you accept it, gladly or not; be sure to tell your wife, girlfriend, mom, daughter, co-worker or any other woman their risk of breast cancer being fatal for them is going up: “Yesterday, a federal panel decided that self-exams and some mammograms are no longer necessary for women | Read More »
It’s 11pm ET Friday night+the House GOP is still on the floor.
Just thought i’d let you all know that the House GOP is fighting to the end. I grant you that most likely no one who hasn’t decided about health care already would be flipping over to C-span at 11pm on a friday, but I’d like to give credit to Gohmert and King for being the last ones working and doing the right thing when | Read More »
Van Jones, “transform the whole society” ?
My goal here is to put out information that might have been missed on the 3 day weekend. Agree or disagree, the following are all actual statements that deserve some statements from the white house, not a resignation at midnight of a 3 day weekend. From http://www.foxnews.com/glennbeck/index.html – Thursday, September 3 – one thing. Start watching anywhere; this is from minute 12 on: Van | Read More »
Boehner, this is how you fillibuster.
Boehner was supposedly rumored to be reading the entire 300 page cap and trade amendment that was passed at 3am friday. If he would have done that, the bill probably still passes, but the House GOP has again gone over the top to draw attention to those in the House that are mortgaging the future for political payback in many cases. Taken further, if | Read More »
D-Day vet says we dont aprreciate the effort+ I agree.
A D-Day vet was interviewed on Fox news today: http://townhall.com/blog/g/e4d01dd0-ac5c-4b4f-95d9-826622914094 Says today’s group doesn’t appreciate the sacrafices the WW2 generation and vets made and the homefront then and today is totally different and I whole heartedly agree. If you take time to think what those vets lived thru from D-Day, to Midway, to Iwo Jima; the toughest day you most likely will live through will | Read More »
Obama on Justice Roberts, or why he chose Sotomayor.
Don’t know if you caught it, but in Tuedsay’s WSJ, Page A21; they reprinted Obama’s Senate floor speech on why he voted against Roberts and it’s very telling as to why he picked Sotomayor. I have printed some excerpts that I thought were telling: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124390047073474499.html “The problem I face — a problem that has been voiced by some of my other colleagues, both those | Read More »
What other men here are in love with Miss Ca, Carrie Prejean ?
I need to know what kind of compettion I have. I mean, publicly standing for traditional marriage, her grandfather fought in WW2 and she still lives by his advice today. She is awesome ! Move over to the side of the road Jennifer Anniston, Carrie Prejean is about to turn your attractiveness into road kill.
Meet your new state dept. lawyer and possible supreme court pick.
Harold Koh. He will be giving Hillary legal advice and Obama is likely to throw him right up the ladder to the big court. Yes, he leans left; Obama would be going against his own ideas of what a judge should be to not pick him; so the question is are Koh’s ideas and opinions yours; because one day they may be | Read More »
¬Meet Dawn Johnson, White House new head of legal counsel.
For those of you who hadn’t had the pleasure, you really should meet Dawn Johnson. This person will be the door for legal policy in the white house, allowing to go in and out what she chooses. Yes, I know it’s hard to meet someone of that stature face to face; but you can often tell who they are by their own words. | Read More »
Emanuel made 320k at freddie mac(Hello hypocrites !)
From the tribune article: Before its portfolio of bad loans helped trigger the current housing crisis, mortgage giant Freddie Mac was the focus of a major accounting scandal that led to a management shake-up, huge fines and scalding condemnation of passive directors by a top federal regulator. One of those allegedly asleep-at-the-switch board members was Chicago’s Rahm Emanuel—now chief of staff to President Barack Obama—who | Read More »
Dodd can Bite Me !
In my first edition of Bite Me Wednesday, I would like to address Senator Dodd; but first credit the source of Bite Me Wednesdays; One on one sport’s Papa Joe Chevalier. Papa Joe was a long time sports talk host for One on One and assigned every Wednesday as “Bite Me” Wednesday. It allowed for Papa and us to vent on those | Read More »
Sorry, lefties; you just don’t measure up.
I know righties are war mongering, blood thirsty, imperialists; but they’re also one hell of a group to be in. As eveidenced by the 30% more given to charity by conservatives, even though liberals make 6% more on average. And further evidenced by the 10 reddest states of the 2004 election gave 3.5% to charity whilst the bluest of the blue gave 1.9% | Read More »