Archive for September, 2008

America Will Adopt Socialism… and Die

| September 29, 2008 | 1 Comment
America Will Adopt Socialism… and Die

Apparently, the people of the US have decided that socialism, rather than capitalism is the way to go. The fact that it spells doom for what used to be the greatest nation on earth doesn’t seem to worry anyone except a few of us old “give me liberty or give me death” types… and there’s only a handful of us left.

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Why Americans Can’t Get U.S. Oil

| September 28, 2008 | 0 Comments
Why Americans Can’t Get U.S. Oil

Aside from the fact the Democrats in Congress are trying to fool Americans into believing they are “lifting” the ban on off-shore exploration and drilling for oil, the opposition to our domestic oil companies by both Democrats and radical environmental groups lies at the heart of why America is so dependent on foreign oil.

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His Finger on Armageddon

| September 28, 2008 | 0 Comments
His Finger on Armageddon

I find myself in the group believing Iran will have a deliverable A-Bomb much sooner than our Intelligence community has told us. I think it wise to assume that in a matter of months, Iran will have nuclear weapons. Iran already has the delivery vehicles for those Nukes. Ahmadinejad has told us the target… Israel. In a few, blinding seconds, the state of Israel will cease to exist.

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Arbitrary Ideas: Hollywood, Reagan and imbeciles voting

| September 27, 2008 | 0 Comments
Arbitrary Ideas: Hollywood, Reagan and imbeciles voting

Today, I will borrow an article style from that legendary economist and commentator of American culture and society, Hoover Institute fellow Dr. Thomas Sowell – particularly his column series he does from time to time on various issues of concern titled, “Random Thoughts.” My foray into this genre will be called, “Arbitrary Ideas.”

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Are You Scared Yet?

| September 26, 2008 | 0 Comments
Are You Scared Yet?

If you are a regular reader of this scribe then you have probably noticed that I have, at least up to now, said nothing about the financial meltdown the US mortgage system finds itself in these days. There is a very good reason for that. Like the average American… I know very little about the financial markets!

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Do Not Let Your Emotions Drive Your Election Decision

| September 25, 2008 | 0 Comments
Do Not Let Your Emotions Drive Your Election Decision

The headlines regarding the federal bail-out of troubled banking, investment, and insurance institutions are scary enough without the political charges flying back and forth in an effort to shift blame.

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My personal economy recovery program

| September 25, 2008 | 0 Comments

by TexasFred

This idea sounds just crazy enough to possibly work, so naturally it won’t be given serious consideration. How great is our bureaucracy!!

I’m against the $85,000,000,000.00 bailout of AIG. Instead, I’m in favor of giving $85,000,000,000.00 to America in a We Deserve It Dividend.

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Why I Like Miss Sarah

| September 25, 2008 | 0 Comments
Why I Like Miss Sarah

Do you begin to see the depth of feeling for this woman among southern conservatives… both men AND women? She reminds us so much of the 1800’s Southern Belle, in a gorgeous hoop skirt, carrying a tiny parasol to protect her complexion from the sun, quoting scripture in a slow southern drawl with sugar dripping from every syllable… while having a Navy Colt Revolver strapped to her thigh beneath that lovely gown. Yep!

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Palin And Those “Scary” Christians

| September 24, 2008 | 0 Comments
Palin And Those “Scary” Christians

Pentecostals number about 10-30 million in the United States depending on how you define the term and make up one quarter of all Christians worldwide. They are a subset of the larger evangelical movement that numbers about 102 million people in the United States. ABC News recently published this article on the type of churches Sarah Palin has attended at one time or anther.

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Social Justice or a Bad Idea?

| September 24, 2008 | 0 Comments
Social Justice or a Bad Idea?

The crisis of the Great Depression led to the politics of the 1930s and 40s, and demands for government intervention to ease the terrible burdens of a broken economy. The result were programs designed to alleviate the then-immediate crisis, restore trust in the banking system, provide make-work projects, and create Social Security to protect people against a penniless old age.

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