Archive for the month of January, 2010

Coakley OK with Obama-appointed Thug Knocking Reporter to the Ground

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 under Domestic, Politics

So Martha Coakley, the embattled Democrat running for the open Senate seat in MA, said in a debate the other night that there aren’t any terrorists in Afghanistan (and that they’ve all gone to Pakistan or Yemen).

Really. And she wants to be Senator even though she has a total and complete lack of any rational grasp of the facts regarding the largest war her country now is fighting. Hmmm.

So a reporter from The Weekly Standard caught-up with her last night (after her attendance in DC (not in MA, where she’s running) at a dinner with Big Pharma – […]

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Adversity and Responsibility – Red v Blue states

Friday, January 8th, 2010 under Domestic, Politics, Uncategorized

Emergency Weather Bulletin

This text is from a county emergency manager out in the western part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan after a severe snow storm. Although MI is a “Blue State,” the UP is solid Red. So by comparing and contrasting the demands of those in New Orleans vs. those in the UP following a major weather event, we can see the difference in how Red Staters and Blue Staters deal with adversity – or not. And how self-reliance differs from Democrat to Republican.

It isn’t news to thinking, aware people (Republicans), but it likely is incomprehensible to […]

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EU question for you

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010 under Foreign Policy and International

The EU now (and without vote by their new subjects – NOT citizens) has agglomerated foreign policy of its “member states,” handed out a single currency, basically eliminated borders, put in place both a President of the EU and a ruling Commission (both without even pretending to acknowledge democracy and make these offices subject to election or account), and stated that they have combined goals in foreign affairs/policy, economics, taxes, budgets, etc. They have told member states what their allowable budget deficit limits are. They have told farmers in each state what they can and cannot grow and what the […]

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How did YOUR Congressperson vote?

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010 under Domestic, Politics

You know those “moderate” Democrats people keep talking about? How they talk conservative, patriotic, pro-America in their districts, but vote for Pelosi’s nonsense often or always?

FINALLY someone put together a chart showing how they voted – by district, by Blue Dog, by Democrat in a District won by McCain, etc.

Now they won’t be able to tell their constituents that they support the opinion of those who elected them on the lies they tell back home – and turn right around and vote to help Pelosi and Obama destroy America.

Find your representative – pass it around![…]

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Obama Executive Order Alters Your Legal Protections

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010 under Domestic, Foreign Policy and International, Politics, The Rest of the World

In the event you still believe the fantasy that Obama puts Americans, American Law and the Constitution first, this article by Floyd and Mary Beth Brown:

Obama Executive Order Alters Your Legal Protections

With the signing of an under-publicized amendment to Executive Order 12425, Barack Obama has fundamentally altered your constitutional rights. His actions are undermining your rights to protect personal privacy from a foreign internationalist police agency named Interpol. A one-paragraph executive order may seem inconsequential to many, but this action has far reaching implications and threatens the sovereignty of America.

Obama’s secretive Executive Order amended an order issued […]

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Palin Accomplishments… Any Other Governors Done Anything CLOSE?

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010 under Domestic, Politics

Is there another governor like Sarah Palin?

If so – show me. DON’t just yammer about it or type some crazy liberal response…. show me.

The below is by Dewey Whetsell, who can be reached here.

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The last 45 of my 66 years I’ve spent in a commercial fishing town in Alaska. I understand Alaska politics but never understood national politics well until this last year. Here’s the breaking point: Neither side of the Palin controversy gets it. It’s not about persona, style, rhetoric, it’s about doing things. Even Palin supporters never mention the things that I’m about […]

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