I know what our President was thankful for on the day before Thanksgiving. He was thankful that in his administration, the world can be altered without regard to either the Constitution or reality. He was thankful that Congress (after fighting … Continue reading
Category Archives: Constitution
An article Friday morning in the American Spectator by Joshua Shnayer titled Nuclear Politics ends with the words: “For years, the two parties have had a gentleman’s agreement not to change the rules surrounding nomination filibusters, since the party in … Continue reading
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Every day we see news stories in the main stream media reporting that activist atheists and non-religious groups, such as those involved in the LGBT community, attack any demonstration of religiosity. Catholic hospitals, schools or charitable organizations, for example, who … Continue reading
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With the “fumbled” rollout of Obamacare giving us all a 24/7 inundation of administration statements such as: “This is the law of the land, it was voted on by Congress, upheld by the Supreme Court and will be enforced by … Continue reading
Somewhat like the famous comedian from the 1920’s and1930’s, Will Rogers, who so famously said, “All I know is what I read in the papers” and what I read tells me that public sector unions are bankrupting many of our … Continue reading
Democrat members of the Senate who are facing re-election in 2014, and even some of those who are up for re-election in 2016, are in a cold-sweat panic that they will be held responsible for the disastrous roll-out of the … Continue reading
What kind of idiot would try to start a company, not necessarily a huge company, but ANY company by first lying about the costs of your product, then telling potential customers that they are going to get non-optional features attached … Continue reading
When was the last time you thought about, wrote about or talked about the concept of liberty? That’s not a question that needs to be answered by the talking heads, main stream media or political pundits, but the ordinary folk … Continue reading
As President, Barack Obama is fond of stating the obvious as if it were a profound and insightful truth, particularly when Congress even hints at cutting up his national credit card. Yes, a nation must pay for the debts it … Continue reading
Saying that our government can actually help small business sounds like the punch line to a pathetically weak joke, but it actually is possible. It is generally accepted that the true growth engine for job creation is powered by a … Continue reading