Bachmann on Marriage

Posted by courage On June - 26 - 2011

Okay here we go.. first allow me to say, I like Representative Michele Bachmann.  Continually I have seen her stand against big government and a return to Constitutional reasoning.  All of which fly in face of her most recent policy position on suggesting a Constitutional amendment which defines marriage as being between a man and [...]

Left Blames Tornados on Climate Change and Slams the Americans Dealing with Devastation

Posted by courage On April - 29 - 2011

From Think Oppressive Progressive: “Given that global warming is unequivocal,” climate scientist Kevin Trenberth cautioned the American Meteorological Society in January of this year, “the null hypothesis should be that all weather events are affected by global warming rather than the inane statements along the lines of ‘of course we cannot attribute any particular weather [...]

Gangster Politics: Obama Tried to Convince S&P to NOT Issue Credit Warning

Posted by courage On April - 20 - 2011

Instead of honestly dealing with the avalanche of debt threatening to bury the United States, the Obama administration attempts to persuade Standard’s and Poor to not lower credit rating.  Truly the Chicago thuggery way.. From Fox News: Even though the White House has publicly downplayed the credit warning issued Monday from a leading agency, Obama [...]

Obama Cedes Commander-In-Chief to “Others”

Posted by courage On March - 23 - 2011

I am beyond words.  We have NO business bombing Libya.  If some of the Arab nations want the fighting between its nut-job leader Gaddafi and opposition forces to end, how about this,  let them do the dirty deed.  And why are we bombing Libya.. humanitarian reasons they say but that flies in the face of [...]

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

Posted by courage On March - 23 - 2011

From Parental Rights: The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, often called the CRC or the UNCRC, is an international convention seeking to establish “civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights [for] children.” After ratifying or acceding to it, nations are bound to the CRC by international law. Imagine if your national [...]

Gangster White House

Posted by courage On March - 7 - 2011

During an interview on Sunday’s “Meet the Press,” Tea Party Caucus leader Michele Bachmann (R-MN) refused to back down from previous (2009) comments characterizing the Obama administration as a “gangster government.” She may have even doubled down. “I don’t take back my statement on gangster government,” she told host David Gregory. “I think that there [...]

John Kerry on Silencing Americans

Posted by courage On August - 14 - 2011Comments Off
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Lets  look at what Senator Kerry asserts  …

Congress Taken Hostage.

Really?  Isn’t the point of debate in Congress to bring forth divergent  ideology, allowing for a subject to be thoroughly explored prior to a vote?  I suppose the Senator would rather  mindless and unexplored voting regardless of the consequences.

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Washington Could Learn a Lesson From Drug Addicts

Posted by courage On July - 31 - 2011Comments Off

It’s not the debt ceiling, that’s only the symptom of the problem- spending.

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Rubio Debates Kerry on Senate Floor

Posted by courage On July - 31 - 2011Comments Off

“Compromise without solutions is a waste of time.”

Cutting Government Spending

Posted by courage On July - 30 - 2011Comments Off

Can we all agree, that we don’t have a credit problem (aka the debt ceiling) we have a spending problem.  To meet all financial obligations the federal government is borrowing $4 billion a day.  Yes read that again.. we are borrowing $4 billion a day.

So lets get proactive and start looking at areas we can cut from the budget because they either are duplicate with established state departments/programs or they are luxuries that given the current economic abyss we are falling into we cannot afford.

My first nominee for government abolishment is The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).  The NEA is an independent agency of the federal  government, established by an act of Congress in 1965 to provide  support and funding for projects exhibiting artistic excellence.  For fiscal year 2010 the NEA was allotted $167.5 million in funding.

When talking about trillions in deficit, the funding for the NEA may seem like nothing.  But as any saver knows every coupon no matter its size adds up in the final tally.

So there is the first $167.5 million we as tax payers and Americans can save.

President Obama: The Tea Party Is Stronger Than Me

Posted by courage On July - 26 - 2011Comments Off

Dr. Susan Berry hits this out-of-the-park reading between the lines of what the pResident said last night to the American people:

Below are excerpts from President Obama’s latest address to the nation concerning the debt and deficit talks, followed by “subtitles,” which perhaps provide a more accurate perspective of the points he made:

“For the last decade, we have spent more money than we take in.”

- I won’t mention, of course, that I have added more to the national debt in just my first 19 months in office than all presidents from Washington through Reagan combined.

“In the year 2000, the government had a budget surplus. But instead of using it to pay off our debt, the money was spent on trillions of dollars in new tax cuts, while two wars and an expensive prescription drug program were simply added to our nation’s credit card.”

-Well, no, the nearly trillion dollars in the Stimulus, bailing out the banks, and the auto companies- this was important money spent that could have otherwise been used to pay down the debt if I really wanted to. So, that money doesn’t count…And those Bush tax cuts have been a thorn in my side…I really began to lose my base on that agreement to extend them…And about those wars, I’m referring to the ones in Iraq and Afghanistan that Bush started…not the ones in Libya and Yemen I’ve gotten us involved in… Oops, I probably shouldn’t have dissed that senior prescription drug program because later on in my speech I try to use the seniors as pawns again to get them frightened about how Republicans want to cut their Medicare.

“To make matters worse, the recession meant that there was less money coming in, and it required us to spend even more.”

- That’s this neat Keynesian economics I learned in college. I thought I’d try it out on the country when I became president. We have less money, so we spend more. It really works!

“Now, every family knows that a little credit card debt is manageable. But if we stay on the current path, our growing debt could cost us jobs and do serious damage to the economy.”

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The Failed Obama Legacy, How You Like Me Now?

Posted by courage On July - 7 - 2011Comments Off
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Economic Freedom

Posted by courage On July - 5 - 2011Comments Off

Interesting how this short video presents the clear choices of economic freedom verses governments which over control, stifle through regulation offering their citizens various styles of dictatorship, totalitarianism  and oppression.

Need I say more?

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John Adams- Declaration of Independence

Posted by courage On July - 4 - 2011Comments Off

Happy 4th of July!

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