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American Exceptionalism; A loss Or An Opportunity

By Michael Lewinski  02/26/14 Economist, Richard Ebeling attributes American Exceptionalism to a set of principles emanating from the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. On the success of the American economy he noted , “The history of the United States from the time of its founding in the late 18th century up to the early… Read More »

COMBATING THE SOCIALIST’S MARCH ON AMERICA

  My two cents (if it is worth that much in an Obama economy) for victory over the Republican party opposition is as follows. I’ll preface my comments by saying I do not purport to be another Lee Atwater, Mike Murphy, Karl Rove or James Carville when it comes to political strategy. I, however, like… Read More »

The Case for Liberty and an Article V Convention – Part I

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.… Read More »

Killing Freedom

      The fact America won the War of Independence should have everyone thankful: If Jefferson didn’t dissent, every American would talk like the prissy wanna’-be queen Piers Morgan. Now that I’ve scared the crap out of conservative-minded readers with that thought, let’s wake up and face facts. The reality that the government has… Read More »

Where Are America’s Heroes?

America faces attacks upon its economic well-being, its historic values, principles and traditions, the very moral fabric of its society and the supreme law of the land, the United States Constitution. The enemy attacks from within the American education system, in movies, on television, in newspapers, magazines and from within local, state and federal government.… Read More »

More Government or Less?

Following GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney’s selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, the All Barrack Channel, commonly known as ABC, assumed the form of Amy Walter to administer a spoonful of “progressive” medicine intended to stop the American sugar for going down. http://news.yahoo.com/ideological-battle-voters-dont-want-100144850–abc-news-politics.html By calling Ryan’s budget plan synonymous with political polarization,… Read More »

In God America Must Trust

Once upon a time, in what now seems like a far-distant land, a young President inspired America with the words: “Ask not, what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.” Today, despite the fact that their country is rapidly approaching $16 trillion in debt, there are millions of… Read More »

The United Penn States of America

Penn State University was the deserving recipient of unprecedented sanctions by the NCAA in response to the child sexual molestation scandal caused by former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.  The school was fined $60 million, the football program’s scholarships were cut for four years, a four-year postseason ban was imposed, and the team was forced to… Read More »

These Numbers Do Not Lie

In each of the States that elected Republican governors during the Tea Party dominated 2010 midterm elections, unemployment rates have gone down. According to an Examiner.com analysis, since Tea Party Republicans took over in January 2011, the average reduction in unemployment for those 17 States has been 1.35%.  When compared nationally, job creation in those… Read More »

Chris Rock’s Atrocious Bashing of Independence Day

Last Wednesday, patriotic Americans all over the country celebrated our  236th birthday, however, some on the left couldn’t help themselves, but to expose their ignorance about our nation’s founding.  Chris Rock is at the epicenter of this debacle.  He crudely tweeted “Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free but I’m sure they enjoyed fireworks.”  Well,… Read More »

July 4, 2012 The Tea Party Declaration of Independence

When in the course of human history it becomes necessary for one people to divorce themselves from the Governance of another, and to reestablish for themselves the powers of the earth entitled to them by the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God, due respect for the opinions of mankind requires that they declare their… Read More »

The Declaration of Independence

While the Fourth of July is certainly a celebration of American freedom, more succinctly it commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence, a document that was but the beginning of struggle for America’s freedom from the tyranny of King George III. In January of 1776, Thomas Paine’s famous pamphlet “Common Sense” was published. While… Read More »

obamacare: Tip of the Iceberg

Since the ruling by the United States Supreme Court on Thursday, June 28, 2012, the big news in America has been how the obama administration, then Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid misrepresented the legislation to Congress, the Senate and the public. It was consistently presented as a cost… Read More »

The Age Old Power Struggle: Chapter 2012

A Muslim cleric introduced Egypt’s new President, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsi by saying: Our Capital ‘shall be Jerusalem, Allah willing’.  For his part, Morsi pronounced: Abroad women are ‘free,’ but not here. These types of proclamations do not bode well for Egyptian minorities, which includes members of the Coptic Church community, who make up… Read More »