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Author Archives: Warren Beatty (not the liberal actor)

Orrin Orrin, Orrin…Why?

Senator Orrin Hatch is in a desperate effort to catchup with his constituency.  It is like the old adage “Which way did my people go?  I need to get ahead of them so I can lead them.”  Senator Hatch is falling into the Washington phenomena game among elected officials and candidates.  It is called “Make a list of ten related ...

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The Gipper’s Protege

Obama and the Democrats have been eager lately to compare their “messiah” with Ronald Reagan. How they can do this and simultaneously decry him is of course a paradox only the Democrats can get away with. But since Obama is so eager to channel the Gipper, perhaps a comparison of the two bears examination. Actually, there are a few similarities ...

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When Dry–Cleaning Attacks

The pre–Labor Day holiday run up was a good week for stating the obvious in the Washington Post. An area high school student, who shall remain nameless, concluded that outsourcing her science project to the parents was passé, so she decided to see if it would be possible to recruit an actual scientist to do the work. The enterprising young ...

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With Friends Like These…

Since the beginning of the War on Terror, the United States has taken on the task of forming hostile nations into allies in the Middle East. The best analogy I can think of to currently describe the way things have gone is likening our nation building efforts to the comic strip “Peanuts”. The nations that we go to war with ...

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The Classless Community Organizer Strikes Again

On this past Saturday of the Labor Day weekend that generally marks the end of summer in America, President Obama was in full community/union organizing mode during a speech he gave in Detroit. In an article at TheHill.com, Obama previews jobs plan, warns Republicans against ‘more games’, In that article citing direct quotes from his speech,  we get a glimpse of ...

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Laborious Day… Or… The Behavior of Slugs

Ahh, Labor Day! The first Monday in September. The unofficial end of summer (tell that to those of us south of the Mason-Dixon line). It’s a time to fire up the grill, spend time with family and, of course, reflect on the reason for the season – labor unions. Granted, back in the day, working conditions were not so good ...

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The Audacity of Arrogance

Does this president just not get it? A better summation would be to say that yes, he does get it, he simply does not care! President Obama, oh ye who proclaims we should all put this country before politics, arrogance shines bright upon thee! The latest attempt of this president– who is the president of all American people- is nothing less ...

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The Legacy of Margaret Sanger: A Black Holocaust

Background         Margaret Sanger (1879-1966, though her birth year is sometimes listed as 1883) has gone down in history as a worker for women’s health rights.  Her mother birthed 11 children suffering with the birth of each new child. Margaret became a nurse and worked with the poor on the Lower East Side of New York City. There she ...

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When You Wish Upon a Hollywood Star…

In today’s culture, very few stars shine brighter than the ones in Hollywood, but the light that shines from the stars is generally a sickly shade of liberal, and boy do they just love to radiate from their red carpeted soapbox. Sean Penn can’t seem to open his mouth without spewing some sort of hatred about the right while praising ...

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Fourth Amendment is No Longer Applicable For The Twenty-First Or Twentieth Century

“…The right to resist arrest are no longer applicable for the twenty-first century or, for that matter, the twentieth century” says Indiana Supreme Court Justice Rucker. Last week, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that when law enforcement unlawfully enters a person’s home, they do not have the right to resist. Within a week, the U.S. Supreme Court also ruled to ...

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Paul Ryan’s Budget: America- Our Financial Chickens Have Come Home To Roost And It Ain’t Pretty!

Congressman Paul Ryan has proposed a Budget for 2012 which he calls “The Path To Prosperity: Restoring America’s Promise”. When comparing Congressman Ryan’s Budget Resolution with President Barack Obama’s Proposed Budget there is absolutely no question that given the choice, Congressman Ryan’s Budget is the better of the two. Democrat critics have described his Budget Proposal as “Republicans trying to ...

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