Archive for July, 2011
There are some on the right – Mitch McConnell chief amongst them – who fear that the GOP’s stance on principle against debt and taxes will backlash against them politically. They are willing to compromise so they appear to be “reasonable”, and willing to work with the Democrats, as they capitulate to the further destruction of the American economy and to Obama’s “Fundamental Transformation” of who and what we are as a nation.
Americans are afraid the government is screening their e-mail. Americans fear their cell phones are being “tapped” or “hacked” by the DOJ. Americans find themselves whispering when saying anything derogatory about the Obama administration. Americans feel, for the first time, that gnawing feeling of fear and paranoia about their own government, which has the DOJ acting as some sort of “state police.”
If Obama and the moronic economic advisors he brought into office with him—only Treasury Secretary Geithner remains—wanted to turn the economy around all they had to do was cut tax rates, cut government spending, push for deregulation to reduce the costs of doing business, and exercise restraint with monetary policies. They did none of this. Instead, they doubled-down with a massive, failed “stimulus” program, cash for clunkers, and comparable measures.
Aaron Duncan probably won’t be the guest of honor at the Virginia Bail Agents Assn. Christmas party. In fact, he might not get an invitation. That’s because Duncan — a stranger to political spin — told the truth regarding a new law regulating bail bondsmen.
As much as it grieves me to say it, I am STILL convinced that President Obama will win a second term as President of the United States in November of 2012. His win will be followed by the collapse of the United States, as we have known it since it’s founding. Yeah, I know the Gallup pollsters say their poll shows that any GENERIC republican candidate can beat Obama. The key word there is G E N E R I C – not one of the republican candidates running today.
It is extremely difficult for compassionate, law-abiding Americans to understand how a young mother who had the support of family members to help raise her child could become a vile, cold-blooded murderer. But, as they say, there is “no new sin under the sun.” We read about senseless atrocities every day in the news, and our culture has become coarse and desensitized to them. These detached emotions are proving to be detrimental to our society.
Like the famous scene from the classic movie “Casablanca” the whole thing concerning Iran trafficking in weapons in Iraq is a sham. I mean, of course, our government’s expression of surprise and pretended annoyance. It has been common knowledge for YEARS. Why, now, is it suddenly being spotlighted?
By Jim Stone
Fukushima may in fact have been caused by an act of war under the cover of an environmental disaster.
It took them three hundred years and trillions of dollars to build a theatre of darkness, yet the light of only one match can burn it down. Do not let this light go out. Archive and POST! Jim Stone, Freelance Journalist, Updated Monday, June 13, 2011
The vote to end the $6 billion in subsidies to ethanol producers reminded me how much Greens love us all. Surely only love could inspire taking corn and turning it into moonshine, and then mixing it with gasoline. The result caused food riots in far off nations while raising the cost of a gallon of gas every time we fill up at the pump. The ethanol mandates actually reduced the mileage a gallon will provide.