Don’t blame the retirees, put the blame where it belongs, the GOVERNMENT.
Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, this reminds me of a story about a little boy who wanted a little red wagon but did not have enough money, so one day he went in and took some money from his parents and told him self, they won’t miss it, so he went out and bought that little red wagon he just had to have, he thought this is fun and I got my little red wagon and my parents did not miss a thing. Continue reading →
Are you PROUD to be an American, or are you one of those who want LAWS to be written just for you, well if you read the US CONSTITUTION you will see that there are laws that are written for you and every one else, well it seams that there are people to day that think that this true, that there should be laws just for them that every one else has to honor.
I was hurt and upset to see that some one could reply and say that an article I posted I was exaggerating when I state that a “foreigner” has Continue reading →
The measure, which calls for the most striking government intervention in energy use since 1975, was up for a vote Friday.
By Peter Grier | Staff writer/ June 26, 2009
The House of Representatives on Friday began debate on a controversial measure to cap US greenhouse-gas emissions. If passed, the bill would represent the most profound government intervention in America’s energy use since Washington began regulating the fuel economy of vehicles in 1975.
The measure is one of President Obama’s top legislative priorities. Continue reading →
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office figures taxpayers will lose about $159 billion from bailouts of the financial and auto industries.
By By Mark Trumbull | Staff writer/ June 26, 2009
Signs of improvement in credit markets are also providing help on another front: Official estimates of the cost of financial bailouts are heading down.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that taxpayers will lose about $159 billion from bailouts of the financial and auto industries. Continue reading →
The road to passage of a top Obama priority will be even steeper in the Senate.
Staff writer/ June 26, 2009: By Peter Grier
The House of Representatives on Friday voted by a narrow 219 to 212 to approve a hotly contested energy bill intended to cap US greenhouse gas emissions.
The legislation still has a long road to travel before it becomes law. But the House vote was a crucial victory for President Obama on one of his legislative priorities, and may give the White House political momentum as it pushes Continue reading →
What makes them better then any other American, Obama has made so many promises, ( better known as political lies to get the job ).
Politicians will do and say any thing know matter how big the lie, they don’t care about the United States or the citizens that they are to protect. They should be held to what they say and do, same as if they broke the law, in a way they are braking the law, because they swore they would protect and honor the CONSTITUTION and laws of the UNITED STATES of America, which none of them are doing.
Fri Jun 26: By PHILIP ELLIOTT, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is taking heat from some gays and lesbians for not fulfilling campaign pledges. He’s also taking their cash.
Gay rights activists have complained that Obama has not followed through on his promises to repeal a law banning their open service in the military, to do away with a federal marriage law or to champion their causes from the White House. During his first five months, he’s taken incremental steps that have little real effect and left some people feeling betrayed. Continue reading →
Boy if you believe what Obama and the the people who are going to gain on this, you are dumber then the ones that are telling you that it will only cost you a few penance, if pasted this will be the biggest scam pulled on the American people, because they follow and believe smooth talkers.
You don’t want to believe what people who are watching this every day, and I think that is because the American people don’t want any one to know just how dumb they really are.
By H. JOSEF HEBERT and DINA CAPPIELLO, Associated Press Writers
WASHINGTON – A handful of undecided Democrats hold the key to whether the House will confront global warming and begin a shift away from fossil fuels to cleaner sources of energy.
House Democratic leaders were scrambling to round up additional votes to pass the climate legislation Friday before lawmakers depart for a weeklong July 4 holiday recess. Continue reading →
By Human Events
Every patriotic American needs to stand up now and take America back from President Obama, say Dick Morris and Eileen McGann — before he fully implements his frighteningly radical political agenda. That socialist agenda, they reveal, threatens our liberty, endangers our livelihood, and jeopardizes our very safety and security. They explain why in Catastrophe: How Obama, Congress, and the Special Interests are Transforming… A Downturn into a Crash, a Recession into a Depression, and a Disaster into a CATASTROPHE…And How to Stop Them.
Dick Morris has seen politics and Presidents up close for decades: he was Bill Clinton’s political consultant for twenty years, and is now a regular political commentator on Fox News and author of six New York Times bestsellers. In his latest blockbuster, Morris and his longtime collaborator Eileen McGann reveal the ugly hard-Left goals of the Obama administration and its henchmen in Congress and special interest groups. They fearlessly take on a barrage of hot-button pocketbook issues — from oil prices, real estate, and the faltering state of the economy to the ongoing corruption in Washington. Continue reading →
David vs. Goliath of Governmental
by Chuck Norris 06/23/2009
One of the most hideous ways the Internal Revenue Service usurps power and control over Americans is through its oppression over nonprofits, especially religious groups. Threatening to withdraw tax-exempt status and to levy penalties are just a couple of ways it exercises its tyranny.
For example, April 3, Catholic Answers, one of the nation’s largest lay-run apologetic (or defense) ministries for the Catholic movement, filed suit in federal court against the IRS for violating its right to free speech.What spurred on the lawsuit is that the IRS imposed fines on Catholic Answers because Catholic Answers’ president, Karl Keating, wrote in one of his “E-letters
” that 2004 presidential candidate John Kerry shouldn’t be allowed to receive the Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion) because of his pro-abortion stance, advocacy and voting record. Whether you agree or not, Keating was voicing his conviction and opinion, which he has a First Amendment right to do. At no point did Catholic Answers even tell people for whom to vote or not to vote. More to Read Continue reading →
If the American people can’t see what happening by now you are going to get a rude awakening, very shortly.
ABC infomercial is a diversion!
It’s the way the Obama administration works — forget about how you get it done, just get it done. Since support is fading for Cap & Trade, as it’s essentially one of the biggest tax increases in history, the administration and the media are making a big deal (and rightfully so) out of the ABC infomercial happening 6/24. While you are enraged about that, Cap n Trade slips in through the back door, unnoticed and unharmed. Watch for Glenn to shine the spotlight on this issue for the rest of the week on radio and at 5pm on the Fox News Channel.
Common Sense Congressman
Freshman Congressman Jason Chaffetz from Utah is one of the few common sense people in the halls of Congress right now. One of the bills he’s proposing would save taxpayers millions, and it’s a great idea. Instead of hiring thousands of people to conduct the census, why not use another program that already has employees visiting houses each and every day — the United States Postal Service. A common sense idea that makes so much sense it will certainly be shot down by Congress. Listen to Glenn’s conversation with the Congressman. ( Transcript ). Continue reading →