Archive for January, 2010

The Great Green Land Grab

| January 31, 2010 | 0 Comments
The Great Green Land Grab

All across America, various environmental organizations have been engaged in schemes to deter development such as housing, new energy plants, or the horror of a manufacturing facility that might actually employ people. In some states, the attack has been on farms and ranches, finding ways to punish their owners for improving their land in any fashion such as digging a drainage ditch.

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Bind Him Down From Mischief

| January 30, 2010 | 0 Comments
Bind Him Down From Mischief

Passing of the Torch, from President John F. K...The Obama administration may be able to fool the American people for a time, with “hope” pep talks, and fireside chats, but the ultimate reality is that gullible Americans are NOT the sophisticated foreign investors who are currently propping up this republic. These foreign investors are getting ready to pull the plug on the hopeless deadbeat this country has become.

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They STILL Don't Get It!

| January 30, 2010 | 0 Comments
They STILL Don't Get It!

about-freedomThe dunces in the Congress, both houses, apparently still do not get the message the American people have been sending them loudly and clearly over the past few months. Even AFTER the election of the 41st vote against ObamaCare, they insist the American people want healthcare reform.

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Terminal sedation: Abortion for the elderly

| January 30, 2010 | 0 Comments
Terminal sedation: Abortion for the elderly

terminal-sedationTerminal sedation is abortion for the elderly. You have dementia and get pneumonia? Like Rahm Emmanuel says, Never let a crisis go to waste. See it as an opportunity for a quick exit. No antibiotics and terminal sedation. Abortion completed. Your loved one is healthy but brain damaged like Terri Schiavo and Hugh Finn? No problem. Starvation, dehydration, and terminal sedation. Call it late-term abortion.

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The John B. Gordon Story

| January 30, 2010 | 0 Comments
The John B. Gordon Story

John Brown GordonSeptember 17, 1862, is known as the bloodiest day in American history. Confederate General John B. Gordon was there, defending a position called the sunken road. Wave upon wave of Union troops attacked Gordon’s men. The casualties were beyond today’s understanding. Gordon was struck by Union bullets four times, but continued to lead his men.

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Why was the FBI keeping tabs on Paul Harvey?

| January 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
Why was the FBI keeping tabs on Paul Harvey?

harveyThis week, major media outlets reported that, “at the cusp of his national career, he was an FBI target whose network bosses fretted about whether he should be fired. Paul Harvey, who died last February at 90, enjoyed a 20-year friendship with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, often submitting advance copies of his radio script for comment and approval.

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Geert Wilders On Trial

| January 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
Geert Wilders On Trial

wilders The importance of this trial can not be exaggerated. Freedom of expression is at risk. While it may be lost to Holland in this trial, this trial may set a precedent for similar trials elsewhere in Europe and perhaps even in the United States.

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Not So Famous Last Words

| January 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
Not So Famous Last Words

obama-mdIt’s growing increasingly obvious that Obama has never had to deal with real adversity, particularly at the hands as someone as insignificant as voters. Rather than admit that his Obamacare message has been rejected, he claims the defeats were caused by voters angry about failure to enact the plan, so they vote for a Senate candidate who has pledged to vote against the plan.

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Partisanship Is 100% American!

| January 29, 2010 | 0 Comments
Partisanship Is 100% American!

partisanshipIf there was no partisanship in Congress laws would be flying through the hoppers of both houses and onto the law books, willy-nilly, and we would very quickly become a dictatorship of some kind. That would indicate that there was NO OPPOSITION to the ruling party. The representative republic, that is America, would cease to exist almost immediately.

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The State of the Union : #Fail

| January 28, 2010 | 1 Comment
The State of the Union : #Fail

obama-failWhat you subsidize, you get more of. What you tax, you get less of. When you raise taxes, you slow the economy. Jobs are lost and there are less tax payers. When you lower tax rates, the economy is revved up and there are more taxpayers making more money, and generating more revenue.

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