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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Healthcare Bribes--Who ARE These People, Anyway?

I don't know about you, but increasingly it appears to me that our elected representatives are so out of touch with reality that they are space aliens or something.

In spite of the fact that Senator Ben Nelson's constituents say to the tune of 61% that if he votes in favor of ObamaCare, they will never vote for him again, the Senator is supporting the Maoist scheme anyway.

Read about why this is happening at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

This government is now firmly in the grip of big money radicals who bribe our elected officials. Time for Patriots to get ready.

McConnell Reacts to Democrat Bribes

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, just a little over an hour ago, reacted to the sleazy, sneaky Democrat takeover of healthcare.

A video of Senator McConnell's reaction is found here at Gateway Pundit.

Take a look. The American people have been snookered and robbed.

The Time-line for the Sneaky Senate Maneuver

More information is rolling in concerning the deal to cut a $300 million dollar bride for Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska to secure his vote in favor of ObamaCare/ReidCare/PelosiCare.

Michelle Malkin provides the timeline concerning this deal, going back to the wee hours of the morning when Oil Can Harry Reid announced great progress was being made to get the HC bill the number of votes it needs.

This 'deal,' of course, was yet another bribe for a Democratic Senator. Who else do we know is for sale this way? WHORES!

Ben Nelson is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

The one lone Democratic holdout against the ObamaCare takeover of healthcare was Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska. He claimed his opposition was based upon taxpayer funded abortion.

Funny how quickly all of one's convictions go flying out the window quicker than a chair in a tornado when multi-millions of dollars in benefits are promised to the Senator's state.

Thus, once again, the Democrats prove to the American public that they are for sale to special interests.

And this is why we can now add Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska to the list of Village Idiots in government who need to be tarred and feathered.

It's time for Patriots to get their action plan ready in short order.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/18/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

David Codrea reports that Iowa Carry says that a recent NRA bill is the best way to secure concealed carry rights.

Vanderboegh wonders if the village idiots in our present government do not want to get re-elected or do they have a chaos theory they are implementing. I firmly believe it's deliberate.

Western Rifle Shooters Association has a lolly-palooza of a MUST-READ on trends for 2010. Read it all, and brace yourselves.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost says that the GOA and the GOF have filed briefs in the Chicago gun case.

Also, Conservative Libertarian Outpost provides this must-read entitled, 'The Time Has Come.'

The Rustmeister reports the story of a little boy--4 years old--found wondering around a neighborhood with a can of beer in his hand.

Walls of the City provides essential reading on the attitude of the anti-gun bigots toward the ordinary citizens.

Texas Fred has the latest news from Pakistan.

Free in Idaho issues a thought-provoking challenge to all. Read it!

Alphecca points to an idiot writing in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on guns.

GunRights4US has 'a frightening future revisited.'

John Jacob H informs us of a refreshing story of a young economist who is quite a marksman too.

Pax Parabellum shares a video of man who was hit in the head with a .50 caliber ricochet.

From Tam: 'Flat-Black People-Poppers.'

The Newbius Papers points to an amazing essay on the current crisis entitled, 'Coordinated Illumination.'

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight shows us yet another example of the ridiculous consequences of 'gun-free school zones.'

Say Uncle provides more information on the new 4th generation of Glock handguns.

Sebastian reports that a newspaper, believe it or not, has questioned the practice of 'gun buy-backs.'

Nicki has some pointed words concerning the suggestion at Ft. Benning that gun owners who fail to register are 'terrorists.'

Way Up North posts a quote on gun registration. Sounds 'reasonable' to the antis. But wait till you see who said it!

And now, my friends, since it's Friday afternoon, you know what that means. It's WEASEL TIME--the funniest political cartoons on the Internet. The Ol' Broad has 'em. Enjoy...

Al Franken is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

How on earth the citizens of Minnesota came to elect this idiot to office, I'll never know.

Al Franken, the extremist Leftist Democrat and former 'clown'--excuse me but that's not true; the man is a clown in every negative connotation of the word--refused to allow veteran Senator Joe Lieberman extra time to finish his remarks on the Senate floor in a late-night session last evening.

John McCain chided Franken, stating that in all his years in the Senate he has never witnessed the Chair disallowing a Senator extra time.

But what do you expect when an entire herd of Village Idiots moved into Congress, complete with their mindless antics? I expect them to be swinging from the chandeliers before it's all over.

Obama Threatens Congressman

The intimidation tactic continues at the White House.

Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Obama needs to wake up to the fact that the citizens, too, are 'keeping score.'

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/17/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Say Uncle reports an explosive story today about a sign at Ft. Benning stating that unless you register your firearm, you are a terrorist.

'Reasonable' gun laws? Not so fast. Tam points to someone who broke it down for us.

Robb Allen quickly dispels the notion among the anti-gun bigots that registration doesn't lead to confiscation. Yeah, right.

Nicki says that military blogs have gone silent, and she tells us why.

Texas Fred has more on the military blog story.

Sebastian reports that the pro-gun-turned-anti-gun-bigot, Kirsten Gillibrand, has some strong opposition brewing in her bid to get elected to the Senate seat to which she was appointed.

David Hardy at Of Arms and the Law posts a follow-up to the Georgia gun case that's been in the news lately.

Traction Control has the instructional manual for the mini-UZI.

Days of our Trailers is reviewing books written by pro-gun authors.

David Codrea reminds us of the importance of taking a new shooter to the firing range.

The War on Guns provides an important update on the Wayne Fincher case from Paul Davis.

Free in Idaho reports the ominous news that Democrats in Washington State are planning a weapons ban.

GunRights4US has an excellent follow-up to the previous story with this entry, entitled, 'How Will They Confiscate Your Guns?'

John Jacob H has a video of some 'free staters' protesting in New Hampshire while 'open carrying' their rifles. More power to them!

Western Rifle Shooters Association provides the MUST-read 'quote of the millennium.'

Standing By comments on the story of Obama's attempt to blackmail a U.S. Senator into voting for the government takeover of healthcare. This is nothing less than an outrage.

The Newbius Papers wants to know at what point is it time to take decisive action against those who have broken their sacred oath and honor. Read it.

Way Up North gives us an always-interesting report on the weather way up north in Alaska. He says the snow has returned with a vengeance and temps are plummeting.

The Wandering Minstrel reminds us that this is an important date in American history that changed the entire world.

Xavier reports that he bought a pistol for his son-in-law-to-be for a wedding gift. Photo included.

Reid's Ruse--the Scheme No One is Talking About

Oil Can Harry Reid is pulling one on the GOP and even some within his own Party. But more critically, he is pulling one on the American people.

This is simply unconscionable.

Read all about Reid's Ruse at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

At the very least this is a serious ethics violation, but it may even be criminal!

A Climategate Christmas (Video)

You have GOT to see this--passed along to me today by a good friend.

A Climategate Christmas.

This will get your day started with a good, hearty laugh.

'Little Chucky' Schumer is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

Senator Charles "Little Chucky" Schumer, D-NY, has been a Village Idiot his entire political career. From strict gun control, to high taxes, to expanded government control over the economy, Little Chucky has shown himself to be nothing less than a rank Marxist.

Little Chucky's latest adventure involves his cell phone usage.

While supporting measures that remove the freedom of the citizens to talk on their mobile phones whenever they please, Little Chucky had a heated exchange with a flight attendant over the issue, during which he called the attendant a 'bitch' for asking him to hang up his cell phone at a critical time during the flight.

The 'rulers' of course have different rules than us mere peons.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/16/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Vanderboegh presents a most inspirational story commemorating the 65th anniversary of 'Eric Fisher Wood's Private War.'

Conservative Libertarian Outpost has the latest on the Climategate scandal.

Western Rifle Shooters Association publishes a highly informative post on 'adaptive thinking.'

Way Up North posts a careful consideration of the issue of state sovereignty, which he says is really beginning to heat up in Alaska.

Tam provides thought-provoking commentary on the 'right to privacy' and the Bill of Rights.

Caleb at Gun Nuts has the wrap-up and downloads from last night's edition of Gun Nuts Radio, in case you missed it.

David Codrea says it's a good idea to build and maintain a guns and liberty video collection.

Say Uncle reports infuriating news. A judge has ruled that for a police officer to merely SEE your gun constitutes 'probable cause.' Sheeesh. VILLAGE IDIOTS.

Sebastian writes about 'thousand yard guns' without spending a fortune.

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight reports that the anti-gun bigots are up to a new scheme.

Brigid posts her 'household wish list,' and it's not what you might think! :)

Pax Parabellum comments on BHO's statement that we 'are on a precipice.' Yep, we sure are, but not the way BHO means.

Roberta X also noticed BHO's most revealing (unintentional) statement!

Traction Control blows the whistle on ABC News, which used a derogatory term to describe Tea Party protesters in its headline. Be sure to look at what they actually said.

Texas Fred has the story of a public school in Massachusetts that went ballistic over a boy who drew a picture of Jesus. Not surprising. Had he drawn a picture of kids 'fisting' each other like Obama's education czar is promoting, they probably would have made him student of the year.

Speaking of Obama's school czar, GunRights4US has the full story about the pervert.

Days of our Trailers provides an example of the 'intelligence' we face on the part of the dumb-ass anti-gun bigots. With IQs like this, no wonder they are losing the argument.

21 Guns Salute says he was rejected for military service for a very odd reason. Take a look.

Free in Idaho has some advice from Rush Limbaugh concerning how to conduct the 2010 mid-term elections to maximize success.

The Black Sphere posts a must-read on Harry Reid and 'the big, black lie.'

How to Get Rid of Government 'Dead Wood' Without Firing a Shot

Want to restore Constitutional government in this land without firing a single shot?

That is the subject of my column today at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Short of armed revolution, is there any way we can 'starve the beast' of big government and put the productive citizens back in charge of society? We sure can! Read it for a most controversial yet reasonable proposal.

Carolyn McCarthy is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

U.S. Representative Carolyn McCarthy, D-NY, is a single-issue Congresswoman. Her goal? To rid society of guns altogether. She would accomplish this by outlawing the right to keep and bear arms and to enact laws that would 'get all guns off the streets.'

The Congresswoman's vendetta began before she ran for office resulting from her husband's murder at the hands of a gun-carrying thug. But rather than focus on getting the thugs off the streets, McCarthy chose instead to make an inanimate object the focus of her disdain.

Resulting from McCarthy's single-minded delusion has been a relentless, incessant attack on the 2nd Amendment rights of all U.S. citizens, the overwhelming majority of whom never fire their weapons at any human being, ever.

McCarthy's latest attack on guns is described here.

Claire McCaskill is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

Claire McCaskill, the Missouri Democrat who has often referred to Tea Party and Town Hall Meeting protesters in derogatory terms, is one of the Village Idiots.

As a staunch proponent of the government takeover of healthcare, the Senator refuses to answer questions about the plan and often hides from her constituents who merely wish to make their views known to their elected official.

When CODE RED protesters showed up at McCaskill's St. Louis office yesterday, the Senator was nowhere in sight and even maintained a very low profile in Washington.

No matter, though. When confronted by her constituents, McCaskill's standard response is that 'she doesn't understand these people.'

Harry Reid is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

Senator Harry Reid, the Nevada Democrat who serves as the Senate Majority Leader, is one of the foremost Village Idiots in Congress who shares responsibility for bringing us to the brink of complete economic, social, and political collapse.

The Senator is known for secret, back-room negotiations, barring any input from the minority Party and most within his own Party.

After telling the American people that there would be no healthcare legislation until sometime in 2010, Reid all the while had a back-room deal he was putting together that would potentially result in the government takeover of healthcare before Christmas.

And, to top it off, the dreaded 'nuclear option' is being considered by Reid to pass the mammoth bill even if it lacks the 60 votes needed. By attaching healthcare to a budget appropriations bill, the thing can pass with a mere 51 votes.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Joe Lieberman is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

I used to have some respect for Joe Lieberman as a man of principle, even though I disagree with him most of the time.

As of today, that day is no more.

Joe Lieberman is a Village Idiot who needs to be tarred and feathered for stating flatly he would block the government takeover of healthcare if it contained a public option, only to state today that he is moving toward supporting the measure.

True, the magicians in Congress changed the language and some of the structure, but there are still multi-billions of dollars in this bill in subsidies that do the very same thing as the public option.

So, what's the difference? NONE! Just a matter of semantics. Way to go, Joe.

Nancy Pelosi is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-California, was asked a question by a reporter concerning the proposed government takeover of healthcare. The reporter wanted to know if the Constitution allows Congress to mandate healthcare insurance for all citizens.

Pelosi stated, 'Are you serious? Are you serious?'

Actually, someone should tell the Village Idiot that this is perhaps the most serious question that could be asked about the proposed legislation, or any other piece of legislation for that matter.

Here is the full text and an audio of the exchange.

Mary Landrieu is a Village Idiot Who Needs to be Tarred and Feathered

A reporter asked U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana, if there was anything in the Constitution that allowed Congress to mandate that citizens purchase something, in this case healthcare insurance.

Landrieu, in a condescending tone, stated to the reporter, 'We have an entire team of lawyers in Congress who will decide that issue. I will defer the question to the lawyers.'

Perhaps someone should inform the Village Idiot that you don't need a team of lawyers to come to the conclusion that the Constitution does not give Congress such power. That is readily apparent to anyone who can read.

Of course, this is the very same Village Idiot who was bought off by the Democratic leadership to the tune of at least 100 million bucks in order to secure her vote in favor of the government takeover of healthcare.

New Daily Series--Village Idiots Who Need to be Tarred and Feathered

Today we start a brand new daily series on The Liberty Sphere entitled, 'Village Idiots Who Need to be Tarred and Feathered.'

The focus will be on our elected representatives in Washington, who collectively prove each and every day that as a group they are nothing more than slobbering, babbling village idiots.

There is absolutely no other way to describe the things both houses of Congress are doing these days--along with the chief Village Idiot, Barack Obama and his side-kick Joe Biden.

So, let's get started. Read on for our first entry.


On December 15 we mark one of the most important dates in American history, yet it is one with which I am sure many of you may not be familiar. The 'Bill of Rights Day' is celebrated on December 15, and the fact that this date in history is one of the most unnoticed and ignored speaks volumes about the U.S. educational system.

Since 1941 the ratification of the Bill of Rights has been commemorated in this country on December 15. Yet today, I am sure that the average guy on the street has no clue that one of the most significant events in human history happened on that day...thanks to the dumbing down of the educational system and the failure of modern politicians to give proper recognition to the basic rights we all are guaranteed in the United States of America.

The original Constitution, ratified in 1788, had no Bill of Rights. The fledgling young Republic had just managed to fight off the British for their independence and declare themselves a new nation united by a commonly accepted rule of law--the U.S. Constitution. Yet long before the Constitution was ratified many of the Founders insisted that the document would be woefully incomplete without protecting certain individual rights. One of these was James Madison, who was elected by Virginia to the first Congress upon the promise that he would work for a Bill of Rights.

George Mason, also of Virginia, refused to sign the original Constitution precisely because it contained no Bill of Rights. Mason had written a Bill of Rights for the state of Virginia which many other states used to adopt their own Bill of Rights.

Patrick Henry had originally opposed the inclusion of the Bill. Revisionist historians often use Henry as some sort of proof that the Founders were not in agreement about the rights that should be guaranteed to the citizens. Nothing could be further from the truth. Henry also opposed the Constitution. But this was not due to anything other than his opposition to a centralized government of any kind, believing instead that such power should be reserved for the states.

It is also to be noted that in spite of Patrick Henry's initial opposition, he would later change his mind and work for both the U.S. Constitution and for the ratification of the Bill of Rights.

Having succeeded in getting a Constitution approved by the states, the Founders went to work on a document that would protect the rights with which each citizen had been endowed by their Creator. The Bill does not 'grant' or 'give' rights. The rights are automatically inherent in our very existence. The Constitution PROTECTS these basic, inherent rights.

In 1789 the Bill of Rights was written in Federal Hall in New York City, which at the time was the capital of the U.S. The first Congress was made up of 26 Senators and 65 Representatives from the 13 states. On September 25, 1789, Congress passed 12 amendments to the Constitution which would be called the Bill of Rights. In October of that year President George Washington sent a copy of the 12 amendments to the states for their approval.

From October of 1789 until December of 1791 the thirteen states debated the amendments. By the time the amendments had made their rounds the original 12 amendments were whittled down to 10. On December 15, 1791, Virginia became the eleventh state to ratify the 10 amendments, and thus, according to the provisions of amending the Constitution, the Bill of Rights became part of the supreme law of the land.

During these days when collectivist revisionists see no inherent individual rights in the Bill of RIGHTS, it is vitally important to note that the sole motivation of the Founders in insisting on the Bill was the protection of INDIVIDUAL rights. It is impossible, for example, for someone to make a valid philosophical argument claiming that the 2nd Amendment does nothing but establish a militia, when the whole idea of the Bill to begin with was to protect the INDIVIDUAL rights of citizens.

Thus, on this December 15 let each of us as Americans give thought to the basic philosophical premise that motivated the Founders--that each individual American is free, and as such, we are guaranteed the protection of certain specified individual rights. If no such guarantee exists, then the whole notion of establishing a free Republic was in vain.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/15/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Michelle Malkin reports on the special 'CODE RED' rally today in Washington at the Capitol building, as citizens gather to protest the healthcare bill. A lot of quickly-developing stories coming out of this, such as Lieberman's caving to the Democratic leadership, and Tom Coburn's demand that the bill be stopped. Read it all.

Pam Geller reports that the Obama Administration is trolling Facebook and Twitter to gather information on 'political protesters.' Do you get it now?

Gateway Pundit reports that CODE RED protesters stormed the St. Louis office (outside of course) of Senator Claire McCaskill--one of the bimbos who supports the government takeover of healthcare.

Concerning Claire McCaskill, Glenn Reynolds has THIS.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost provides a timely reminder that today is Bill of Rights Day--the day we celebrate the addition of the Bill of Rights to the Constitution--the first 10 amendments.

Days of our Trailers points out a freakin' nutcase who claimed this morning on TV that invading our privacy is a matter of 'public service.' BTW, Caleb of GUN NUTS appeared on that program this morning on FOX NEWS, to debate the nutcase. Video is provided.

Breda says that tonight's edition of Gun Nuts Radio will be a special holiday show. Be sure to tune in.

From Walls of the City: 'If it looks like a cult, and talks like a cult...'

David Codrea alerts us to the fact that our old 'friend' Carolyn McCarthy is up to no good again in the House...introducing yet another anti-gun bill.

Say Uncle has the quote of the day on guns and self-defense.

Vanderboegh reports that the ATF gun licensing director has been placed under arrest! LOL!

Robb Allen notes that in spite of the dire warnings of anti-gun bigots, when Atlanta allowed CCW holders to ride with their guns on city mass transit, absolutely nothing happened.

Western Rifle Shooters Association provides a must-read today entitled, 'Starving the Monkeys.'

Nicki shows us yet another reason why the formerly 'great' Britain is dead.

Free in Idaho has another must-read entitled, 'Your Nation Under Democrats.'

Sebastian says the debate on campus carry in Colorado keeps churning.

Squeaks posts excellent reading on the subject of 'guns, kids, and safety.'

Newbius has another must-read today (lots of good stuff for a Tuesday) on the statistics that prove gun deaths are NOT a top priority when compared to other causes of death.

Brigid, as always, provides excellent reading, this one entitled, 'Walking the Land.'

GunRights4US posts a photo today that is at once strikingly beautiful yet immensely sad as well. The juxtaposition of beauty, sadness, and thankfulness, gives pause for needed reflection. Take a look.

LIEBERMAN CAVES--Senate Set to Approve ObamaCare

This is a special news alert.

Joe Lieberman has indicated today he will support ObamaCare now that the WH and Congressional Democrats have capitulated to his demands.

Read all about it at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

This is ominous news, and this is not a drill.

Monday, December 14, 2009

BREAKING--Gore Caught in Inconvenient Untruth!

It just keeps getting worse and worse for the Copenhagen/U.N. summit on 'climate change.'

The most vocal and visible proponent of the now debunked 'man-made global warming' theory has just been caught with his pants down at the Copenhagen Conference.

Read it all at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Even the very climatologist that Gore quotes is publicly disputing what Gore told a gathering today in Copenhagen.

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/14/09

Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

CNS reports that the Climate Treaty coming out of Copenhagen would create a new bureaucracy to automatically transfer U.S. money and technology to 'third world' nations. When we take this government back from the usurpers, getting out of the U.N. should be a top priority, among others.

My Way has breaking news that the Copenhagen climate talks have been suspended due to a boycott by developing nations. They want deeper cuts in 'greenhouse emissions.' Of course they do. That means more money for them since they don't have to abide by the proposed limits on carbon emissions.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost provides commentary on the major investigation conducted by the London Daily Mail on the Climategate Scandal. The cat is now out of the bag.

David Codrea has an excellent New Year's resolution--join a gun rights group.

Western Rifle Shooters Association reports ominous news for those who have pensions. Read this and tell me, do you still think this economy is 'in a recovery?'

Billy Beck posts a MUST-read message to all Patriots.

Brigid provides some neat photos and comments on some stuff regarding life, food, guns, and change.

Free in Idaho has the quote of the day from Jonah Goldberg.

John Jacob H shares a constituent response to a staffer of N.C. Senator Burr on the subject of guns.

Pax Parabellum reports the highly suspicious news that the Environmental Protection Agency is buying up truckloads of Glocks. Now why would the EPA need all of those handguns? Is it because of their coming initiative to force federal control of ALL water in the country, even on private property, and then force businesses to comply with stupid and utterly insane carbon regulations?

Ride Fast and Shoot Straight blogs on the 'Swiss Way of the Gun.' I like this.

Say Uncle says Ruger has something brand new for 2010, and he provides a pic of it. Take a look.

Uncle also reminds us that tomorrow is Bill of Rights Day and that 2 important 2nd Amendment books will be on sale.

Sebastian points out that while Philly wants to blame guns for its crime problem, the real issue is swept under the rug. That seems to be true with lots of politicians and courts.

Standing By wants to know when the climate criminals will go to excellent question given that the purveyors of the hoax wish to send to jail or fine businesses based upon false climate figures.

Tam makes the excellent observation that the most intelligent Presidents we've had have also been our very worst. Jimmy Carter and Woodrow Wilson are 2 cases in point. There are others.

The Wandering Minstrel notes that Obama told gun owners one year ago that we have 'nothing to fear' from his administration. Yeah, right. Read the rest.

Traction Control shares a video of 44 American girls you don't want to mess with. They handle 'the big guns.'

Dark Blog reports that Great Britain is in the process of criminalizing homeschoolers. And make no mistake--the statists here, who are many, want to do the very same thing!

Texas Fred says that in the Lone Star State, a major showdown is brewing at the GOP corral.

Days of our Trailers writes on the practice of releasing criminals early to save money.

Walls of the City shows us just how much the government is 'helping' with the unemployment problem.

From the Adventures of Roberta X: 'Jerks, Idiots, Congress; But I Repeat Myself.'

The Stiletto has riveting commentary that is a MUST-read on several issues in the news, not the least of which is the ongoing threat of Islamofascism. Read it all.

D.C. Government Hands Out Hefty Bonuses

The Feds have banned Wall Street executives from receiving bonuses. But what about government?

It seems government employees are having a field day while the peon taxpayers struggle...elitism at its worst.

Columbia Conservative Examiner has the story.

Read it and get fighting mad enough to do something about it!

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Thorough Examination of Climategate Evidence

Finally, a major daily newspaper has done a thorough investigation of the evidence in the Climategate scandal.

The story is reported at Columbia Conservative Examiner.

Needless to say, the news isn't good for the scientists, the U.N., and others who have pushed the 'global warming' propaganda.

13 Fallen Heroes and One Special Angel

May we NEVER forget!

The faces of the fallen.

Obama Approval Rating Plummets to New Lows

In a stunning development of historic proportions, the major polling firms in the U.S. are reporting that Barack Obama's public approval rating has fallen to historic lows.

Earlier in the week, Gallup reported that Obama's approval rating is now at the lowest level of any President at this particular juncture in his administration since such records have been kept.

And today, pollster Scott Rasmussen reports that for 2 straight days Obama's approval rating has plummeted to new lows.

While only 23% strongly approve of Obama's job performance, 42% strongly disapprove, giving the President a net approval index rating of -19.

The previous record low for this President was -15.

24 States Ease Gun Control Laws

In what is being touted as a major sign of progress resulting from the legislative efforts of the NRA, the GOA, and others, Mike McCarville reports that 24 states have eased their laws restricting firearms use.

According to McCarville,

Among other things, legislatures have allowed firearms to be carried in cars, made it illegal to ask job candidates whether they own a gun, and expanded agreements that make permits to carry handguns in one state valid in another.

Some states, like Oklahoma, have broadened the protections afforded citizens who defend themselves. Oklahoma's "Make My Day" law is an example.