From the writer of PrepperPolitics, Politics and Insight examines the latest political trends. I plan to bring on new writer to cover differing view points. There one real caveat is that anyone writing here has to be liberty-minded. If you’re interested in writing with me, email me at email@example.com with a sample of your writing and your contact info.
Also, I’m looking for partner writers for this site, too.
For those of you who don’t know, CPI means Consumer Price Index. In other words, it’s the price of goods that people should plan to pay on a national average… inflation. However, there are certain numbers left out of the CPI figures; like gasoline and diesel and comodities like milk. Why? Continue reading →
As reported on The Blaze, Chick-fil-A is said to be folding under pressure from gay groups and plan to stop donating to conservative, traditional family-oriented charities and groups. Chick-fil-A’s website has no statement regarding this, though. Is it a hoax or is it real? I for one will be greatly disappointed for those of us who supported CFA after the controversial statement made by company presiden Dan Cathy. Continue reading →
One day of the year dedicated in the memory of the fallen innocent is too much to ask for, according to NBC Today’s actions. While the media quit being liberal or conservative, quit being political for a day of rememberance, NBC stands out as the lone douchebag by choosing to air an interview with the Kardashian girls’ mom on Tuesday morning instead of observing a moment of silence in memory of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Continue reading →
Maybe the question should be, “what’s happened to the American spirit?” The pioneering spirit of Americans gave us inductive electricity, the telegraph, the push to settle westward, and so much more. The inventive soul of the American entrepreneur gave us, and continues to do so, various medicines and medical devices that save lives daily. The American spirit of liberty and justice for all gave us the Bill of Rights and the greatest constitution in the history of the world. So what’s happened that has slowed our progress and given other countries the advantage over us? Continue reading →
One of my coworkers went to the public library today during her lunch break. She came back and mentioned that even though the building is fairly new, it smells like urine. The reason is that a bunch of homeless people hang out there and pee all over the place. Rather than going to the restroom, they just take a leak somewhere in racks where they’re hidden. Continue reading →
Many of you may know John Stossel was a liberal consumer reporter, but look at what he’s turned into. This man is not only a libertarian, but he actually seeks the truth. He doesn’t kiss butt or beat around the bush. He also doesn’t necessarily take the GOP or DNC sides in causes. He seems to promote and explain the facts regardless of who it benefits. That’s a good thing.
One of the things I found to be kind of funny, though, is that his guest are generally conservative. Why is that? Is it that Republicans tend to prefer the truth more often than Democrats? Yes… yes they do, but that’s not the reason. I believe the reason is that conservatives tend to have more of a libertarian point of view… well, a smaller government point of view, at least.
No holds barred politics. That’s what I like. John Stossel does it with class and intelligence. Go read the guys bio. He’s a heck of a guy with a good story.
One thing that gets me is that a president of this country has the audacity to tell people that they didn’t build their businesses. Where does this guy get off telling people their efforts and their drive doesn’t amount to a hill of beans. Continue reading →
Playing politics, rather than just doing the right thing of being flexible enough to come to a compromise, irritates me to no end. Rather than making an argument for why she believes what she does, she resorts to bullying. When it comes to libs, that’s seems to be an often-used tactic. Again, the “party of tolerance” is intolerant of anyone who doesn’t think the way they do. Continue reading →
The White House has released the transcript of President Obama’s recent speech in Roanoke, Virginia, and it holds a number of noteworthy statements. He had a lot to say about successful Americans. It would appear that the American dream is not what we, and countless other Americans over the last couple of centuries, thought it was. Continue reading →
Greece agreed to austerity measures to stay in the Eurozone, but now it looks as if they’re going back on their word. What are the implementations of this? What happens now? This kind of news can mean huge problems for the global markets. Depending on how the markets take the news, this could cause a huge sell-off. That would not be good, at all. Continue reading →
The liberal media distorting the truth? Never! The liberal media never distorts a story for their own gain or for that of a liberal president or candidate! The preceeding statement was obviously sarcasm. Continue reading →
Let me start out saying this. I’m a three percenter; a three percenter forever. What does that mean, besides the rhetoric and the fight-to-the-death-for-liberty mentality? It means that everyone has equal rights under the US Constitution and Bill of Rights. That’s regardless of race, ethnicity, political affiation, gender, sexuality, etc. All people have the same rights, in my book. We all, also, have the same responsibilty when it comes to defending those rights. Not just for ourselves, but for everyone else, as well. That leads me to the next question, between liberals and conservatives, who is more tolerant of others? It also means that we help others in charitable ways when we can. Continue reading →