If you follow the news or watch any real amount of TV, or listen to talk radio you know that there have been controversy after controversy with Resident Obama. This guy has had more scandals than Nixon and Jim and Tammy Faye Baker combined! Continue reading
I hear people talking all the time about how we’ve lost so much in the last 20 years, as far as freedom is concerned; especially since September 11, 2001. Well, you’re right. We have lost a lot of the freedoms we once enjoyed. We have had liberties squashed under the thumbs of tyranny disguised as security. But, now, people are beginning to wake up and get loud. So, you want your freedom and liberty back, too? Continue reading
So, I assume you remember that big ol’ furlough we went through last month and Ted Cruz gave an impassioned (and long) speech about defunding ObamaCare in an effort to repeal it. During that whole thing, the good (sarcasm) Senator John McCain talked about Cruz being a nutjob; an extremist.
Think of living in a country in which the police can come into your home, randomly or with warrants, and check to see if you have firearms and if they are stored properly. If the weapon or weapons are found to not be secured preoperly you face losing your firearms, a fine, and maybe even jail time. Think of a country in which the federal authorities listen to your conversations even as you walk down the street. Makes me think of East Germany or the Soviet Union. I’m old enough to remember both those places. Continue reading
Are we angry enough, as a nation, at what our government is doing to us? Are we angry enough about the police abuses all over the country by these globalist progressive bullies? What about the overreaching federal government that took “long arm of the law” too far? Well, check out this story from The Blaze. This one, when I first heard it this morning, about set me off. Continue reading
There are a number of meltdowns I believe are coming to the US and to global markets. These things fall into economic, social, and political categories. The social and political fall pretty close together in many instances, so I’ll address those together. Continue reading
Food stamp recipients across the country were stunned last week to learn their EBT cards were not working due to a power outage at Xerox. You would be understanding if the people were upset and worried about what was going on. You know, ask some questions about when it will be back up or maybe ask what they can do until service is restored. However, that’s not what happened. Continue reading
There is a lot of tension in the nation right now. The government is failing, they are on a partial shut down, the deadline for the debt ceiling is looming just days away, VA disability payments likely will not go out next month, federally subsidized state programs are closing, and the food stamp program went offline when Xerox had a “power outage.” Continue reading
I’m sure you’ve all heard about the 21 soldiers killed since the October 1 partial government shut down and how their families were not paid the death benefits owed them. You’ve probably also heard that a private charity, The Fisher House Group, will be paying the benefits on behalf of the Pentagon. However, there is more to the story. Continue reading
There are groups out there like the TEA party, Freedomworks, and Jim DeMint’s Senate Conservatives Fund. These groups are causing major rifts in the GOP and are nothing more than traitors and violent groups… if you listen to the likes of John Cornyn, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, and Mitch McConnell. Continue reading
The most recent story I’ve seen of police officers attacking American’s rights is a story on The Blaze. It wasn’t an officer tazing or shooting an unarmed or non-threatening man, or an officer bullying a woman at a protest rally, or anything like that. This was another direct assault on the 1st Amendment. You may recall the way a man, a concerned parent, was treated when he spoke out against Common Core the other day by a large intimidating police officer working as security at the school district meeting. Well, this is a different story. Continue reading
Were you distracted by the shooting at the D.C. Navy Yard? Many people were. I know that there are several people out there calling this a false flag event already. Continue reading
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau officials are seeking to monitor four out of every five U.S. consumer credit card transactions this year — up to 42 billion transactions — through a controversial data-mining program, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner.
Today, we lay to rest the great and powerful United States. She was beaten by political opponents and finished off with the knives of entitlement and liberalism.
Seriously. I’m going to attempt to lay out the case that President Obama is a great unifier. You think I’m kidding? I also contend the current president has been good for business… some business. Continue reading