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Deficit Neutral is Good?

So Obama won't sign any bill that isn't "deficit-neutral". Max Baucus leads the charge to create a health care bill that fits that description. Unfortunately, that is not the same as fiscally-responsible.

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‘Going Galt’ Without Realizing

In March of this year, there was a firestorm of libertarians and ultra-conservatives taking up the call of John Galt from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.  Galt is a bright inventor/engineer that decides to quit furnishing his skills to the economy when his company goes Marxist. Several on the right are considering a Galt-like removal from the economy to starve the ...

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The Public Option is Alive

There are at least two major pushes left if the public option is to be defeated.  Currently, the administration is using backroom maneuvers to push for Congressional support from the middle.  Why backroom?  The Congressional leadership knows that if it creates the kind of outcry that occurred in October (town halls, massive marches on Washington, etc), they are guaranteed to ...

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Obama Education Policy Review

Barackobama.com published the President’s three-part vision for education: Improve K-12, expand access to higher education, and preparing children for kindergarten.   Is this more talk from a blow-hard or is this at least one area where Obama has put some substance behind his style? The website says that K-12 will be improved through aggressive recruiting of new teachers, new ways to ...

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Conservatives Turn Liberals Into Pillars of Salt

I went into the gym yesterday and was overjoyed to see that no one was there.  That allows me to pick what is on the television whilst I sweat-away.  I chose Fox News. About 10 minutes into my routine a young woman asked me if I was watching what was on the television.  Naturally, I said yes.  She immediately responded ...

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Liberals Hate Entrepreneurs – They Just Aren’t Sure Why

Capitalism is the new “ism”. It is the thing we are all being told to hate, abhor, avoid, and destroy. It’s the “c-word”.  The centrist, elitist mobs are trying to show that capitalism has failed by singling-out CEOs?  What about the hundreds of thousands of small-to-medium sized business owners that are true entrepreneurs.  The liberals just don’t get it, but ...

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Left-Wing Columnist Calls Conservative Hosts Racist

Joe Conason, author and columnist for the New York Observer, plants the “R” word on Glenn Beck and  Rush Limbaugh in a recently published article entitled, “The Racist Truth About Beck and Limbaugh”.  His assertions are obviously incorrect.  Considering the recent realization by the New York Times that their content may be “left-of-center” it’s understandable that his rant contains all ...

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Transparency Needed Into the Federal Reserve

I realize that I would have to wait in a fairly long line to call Ron Paul a paranoid, old-thinking, isolationist psycho, and I’d gladly take the wait just to have the opportunity.  But, Paul has been pushing for a congressional audit of the Federal Reserve for more than two decades and he might just get it now. Republicans, Libertarians, ...

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Fish 1: Farmers 0

The delta smelt has taken on a vicious campaign against California food growers.  The smelt have collectively contacted their representatives and senators to let them know that if more water is not diverted into their rivers, the congresspeople will be voted out. The “Smelts for Obama” Political Action Committee has promised all of its resources to the wishes of the ...

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With Enemies Like These Who Needs Friends

There have been myriad posts recently about how our current leadership is apologizing for us, alienating our allies and endearing our enemies. What these articles have not made clear is how many friends we are ditching and how vehemently we are befriending the violent totalitarians of our day. Just today, press secretary Robert Gibbs spent his working hours explaining to ...

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Glass Houses and Rocks Easily Thrown

Liberals are going full-court press with racism. The idea of intelligent debate and discussing real issues has left the building. Conservatives must realize their current strengths and ignore these tactics. When called a racist, ignore and re-ask your question. Whatever your you asked pushed them in a corner and they threw out the race card. For decades liberals have presented ...

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What is Racist?

September 2009 has pushed the definitions of racist to beyond the realm of logical. Joe Wilson disagreed with the President and is labelled as impolite and RACIST.

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Time for Americans

They wonder why we are angry. They ask why we shout. They do not understand that they aren't just pushing selfish, socialist crap. They do not understand that real citizens of these United States, want those United States... back. We are willing to fight for that ideal, that idea. An idea for which they have no respect. They underestimate every one of us. They underestimate each individual one of us.

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Cap and Trade: A Crisis in the Making

With health care reform, racist czars, and the war in Afghanistan taking front-stage lately, the Waxman-Markey bill (H.R. 2454) which contains cap and trade has gotten little attention.  While the bill has several promising proposals for modernizing our power infrastructure and moving us towards more sources of renewable energy, there are considerable issues with the market-based pollution controls in the bill.  This bill has the potential to create a crisis without having the potential to solve the unproven issue that it seeks to remedy.

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The Emporer Has No Cabinet

Almost eight months into the Obama Presidency (Ten months since his election), and a substantial portion of his cabinet is empty.  Almost half of the the President’s appointed positions are vacant. The majority of reports indicate two major issues are preventing Obama from organizing the government.  The first centers around the number of candidates that simply did not want to ...

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