Sep 082013
"Yes" on Syria a payback to military contractors

A breakdown of legislators supporting a strike on Syria shows divides along several lines.  Pro vs anti Islam, pro vs anti interventionism, pro vs anti being war weary, pro vs anti being able to afford it…and the list goes on and on. There is another divide that is getting no press, but that is probably

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Aug 172013
Just who the HELL do they think they are!!??!?

In case you haven’t heard, there was a revolution in the United States almost 250 years ago.  I know…you folks probably knew that, but then you folks probably aren’t members of congress or the government’s executive branch. Year after year, administration after administration, Republicans and Democrats alike, seem to have skipped that part of American

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Jul 292013
Military spending vs defense spending, or why the GOP hates libertarians

David Brooks is a conservative pundit with the New York Times who veers from the path of most “conservative” writers…his views are his own, not based on talking points handed down by the GOP.  After the 2012 presidential debate in which Ron Paul asked voters to realize the distinction between military spending and defense spending,

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Apr 122013

Rino Chambliss and Rino Isakson supported Obama’s gun control yesterday. Yesterday, April 11, Sen. Saxby Chambliss and Sen. Johnny Isakson voted to support the gun control measures of President Obama and the progressive left. They proved once again that the citizens of Georgia are without representation in the United States Senate.  They joined with the

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Sep 242012
Hey!  Obama!  YOU built this, jackass!

A few weeks back President Obama made news…and got a boatload of bad publicity, especially among small business owners…when he told a crowd of people at a campaign stop (does he make any other kind of stop these days?) that if you had a small business, “You didn’t build that!”

The backlash, especially from those people who he insulted, those who did, indeed, “build that”, has been loud and lasted far beyond a one day story’s normal life.

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