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The Mainstream Media Protect their Comrades

The Mainstream Media Protect their Comrades

For those of us who study the media and what they deem newsworthy, it comes as no surprise that incidents are scrubbed from reporting, for no other apparent reason than that certain incidents reflect badly on the prevalent ideology of those within the media. It therefore is no surprise that hardly anyone in the nation […]

Let Me Tell You What Difference It Makes

Let Me Tell You What Difference It Makes

I figured I would, as an American citizen and voter, give my two cents regarding Benghazi, Obama, and Hillary’s statement. Presented without further comment: Special thanks to TJ Thompson for putting my thoughts into video format.

Colorado recall effort advances against anti-gun democrats

Colorado recall effort advances against anti-gun democrats

Colorado voters, upset over three controversial gun control laws, have launched recall petitions against several anti-gun Democrats. Colorado’s Secretary of state has approved language for petitions to recall Senate President John Morse and state Rep. Mike McLachian. Both democrats are from hotly contested districts and their anti-gun votes will likely cost them their seats. Voters […]

delaware to consider banning high capacity magazines

Delaware legislature to vote on magazine ban

Delaware is likely to become the next state to ban magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The bill, which will limit the manufacture or sale of 11+ round magazines,  was voted out of the committee by a narrow 3-2 vote, but is widely expected to pass the full House in a vote this […]

"progressive" Origins

“progressive” Origins

The “progressive” movement in America first appeared during the late 19th century in response to so called “robber barons” such as Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and J.P. Morgan. The “progressives” saw what to them was unbridled capitalism being practiced by these men and deemed it to be injurious to the well-being of the masses. […]

Religious gesture leads to team's disqualification

Religious gesture leads to team’s disqualification

After completing a winning relay and looking forward to competing in state championships, a Texas high school track team has been disqualified for a benign gesture by one of the participants. When runner Derrick Hayes pointed toward the sky after completing the team’s fastest race of the year, the school district decided to ban the […]

California's massively unpopular gun confiscation measure

California’s massively unpopular gun confiscation measure

The Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday that Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that would take “handguns and assault rifles” away from 20,000 Californians. Popular opinion in the LA Times own poll shows the Governor is not following the will of the people. Evan Westrup, a spokesman Governor Brown said that the bill “makes our communities safer […]

GDP Growth Increasing 3% In July - Not Because Of Obama Policy Change

GDP Growth Increasing 3% In July – Not Because Of Obama Policy Change

What is this thing called Gross Domestic Product (GDP)? It is everything produced by all the people and all the companies in the US and in the world. Key upon the word “produced” in the preceding sentence. Until now, the word “produced” referred to the total market value of all final goods and services produced […]

CNN Contributor Arrested

CNN Contributor Arrested

Self-avowed communist revolutionary and former “Green Jobs Czar” turned CNN contributor Van Jones was arrested on Monday at a protest outside a federal courthouse in St. Louis. According to Jones’ Twitter posts, miners are being “ripped off by Big Coal,” so he volunteered to be arrested along with 16 others. Jones said he was protesting […]

Congressman Issa Responds To Obama's Remarks On Benghazi Whistleblowers

Congressman Issa Responds To Obama’s Remarks On Benghazi Whistleblowers

Immediately after President Obama stated that he had no knowledge of efforts to block whistleblowers from telling their stories in regard to the Benghazi attack, Congressman and Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee , Darrell Issa ( R-CA) issued the following statement: “A lawyer for Benghazi whistleblowers has publicly stated that the […]

This is Not about Ireland

This is Not about Ireland

The old man sat alone in the pub.  On the table in front was a pint of Irish ale.  The sleeve of his tattered jacket, dirty as the whole of it, bore the symbol of an army long defeated on the battlefield, yet not in the heart of a true Irishman.  Or so he retold […]

Braden suspended for swiss army knife on camping trip

Boy suspended for having pocket knife on camping trip

Garden Gate Elementary School in Cupertino, CA suspended and almost expelled a 10 year-old boy because he brought a Swiss Army knife on a camping trip. Braden Bandermann was suspended for bringing a Swiss Army knife on a camping trip. Other students on the trip apparently reported Braden to teachers once they saw that Braden […]

Perry cartoon

California paper goes after Texas Governor on regulation – gets it wrong

The explosion of a fertilizer factory in West, Texas has re-ignited an ideological debate: does the U.S. have too much regulation or not enough? Texas Governor Rick Perry responded harshly to a cartoon in the Sacramento Bee that showed the governor saying that “business is booming in Texas” with “low tax” and “low regs” banners behind […]

SNAP recruiter

States hiring ‘foodstamp recruiters’ to increase cashflow

A Washington Post article demonstrates how states are spending taxpayer money to put more people on taxpayer funded programs. Agood [sic] recruiter needs to be liked, so Dillie Nerios filled gift bags with dog toys for the dog people and cat food for the cat people. She packed crates of cookies, croissants, vegetables and fresh fruit. She […]

Internet sales tax

Senate to vote on internet sales tax bill this week

If you often choose to buy from an internet retailer instead of your local shop to avoid paying sales tax, you may soon need to re-think your shopping habits. As early as Monday, the U.S. Senate may take up the Marketplace Fairness Act. The bill would grant all states the power to collect sales taxes from […]