Tag Archives: Food

Dog Food Thief

Hey, who moved my chair?! This dog knows what he wants, and finds a way to get it! No one can call him a dumb dog! YouTube Description: After noticing the chair being moved each time I return home from an outing, I decide to put on a ‘spy camera’ to find out who moved… Read More »

101 Million: Food Aid Recipients Now Outnumber Private Sector Workers

What’s the Democrats’ secret to success? Astoundingly novel ideas, “hope and change,” transparency, ethical behavior, job creation, or effective foreign policy? Ahhhhh… wrong on all counts! It’s because they give away money that doesn’t belong to them using government coercion. Gander at this wreckage of an economy, which comes via CNS News: The number of… Read More »

Florida Senate Race Pits a Patriot Against Moderate Progressives of the GOP

  In the swing state of Florida there currently is a tropical storm brewing in the form of a group of candidates vying to replace far left Liberal Bill Nelson in the U.S. Senate race in Florida in 2012. In order to ensure we do not negate the conservatism of much heralded freshman Senator Marco Rubio, we… Read More »

Conservative Hasner vs Charlie Crist re-do, Liberal George Lemieux for U.S. Senate Seat

Senator Bill Nelson ( D-Fl) is widely viewed today as too much of a far left Liberal across my State of Florida, and the battle for his U.S. Senate seat is already underway big-time. In one corner we have Charlie Crist re-make current Senator George LeMieux who has done nothing more than act like a liberal… Read More »

Revisiting S510- The Food Safety Bill

Our government is operating way out of bounds concerning The Food Safety Bill and its passage. In December of 2010, I witnessed Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) explaining The Food safety Bill on C-Span 2. Mr Durbin had a huge chart with him that showed that the next ten years of implementing the Food safety Bill,… Read More »

When Corn Prices Rise Our Government .. Regulates Food

Welcome to Bazaaro-world – otherwise known as the United States with a liberal Congress. A November 18th Bloomberg article illustrates what’s happening: China’s State Council said on its website yesterday that price caps will be used on “important daily necessities” and production materials, if necessary. U.S. soybean inventories before next year’s harvest will be 30… Read More »