MISSION STATEMENTTo do all I can each day for as long as I can to help ensure that my grandchildren’s children have the same opportunity and Liberty my generation has enjoyed, to the glory of God.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
“Debating Compact Florescent Light (CFL) Is So Passé; We Won That Battle.” Really? Maybe Not Quite Edmund Contoski, author of MAKERS AND TAKERS: How Wealth and Progress are Made and How They are Taken Away or Prevented, has a well … Continue reading
Opps, Light Shines On Filth That Was Supposed to Be Hidden You may have noticed the Newsmax story Saturday that the Federal Election Commission is investigating the 2008 campaign for illegal contributions. Pamela Geller covered it in 2008 at Atlas Shrugs … Continue reading
Then to Give Us the Gifts of Life and Liberty I have had the joy of celebrating Palm Sunday many times. I have never celebrated like this, but I would love to. Please click play and celebrate with me.
An Exercise in Contempt For the American Founding, Western Civilization, and Christianity Itself. All sponsored by nearly all Universities in Minnesota. I will be posting on this conference in more detail in the coming days as we expose the rivers of contempt running through … Continue reading
Why I Love President George (Dubya) Bush (Yes, I think Hank Paulson, Ben Bernanke, and TARP were terrible decisions.) Get started; the video will take most of our 4 minutes. (Bear with me for the first 30 seconds.) Has a … Continue reading
“Honest Solutions” From the Republican Study Committee Representative Jim Jordan and The Republican Study Committee have published a budget proposal that balances the Federal Budget in nine years. This is obviously a faster more aggressive solution to out of control … Continue reading
With a $1.65 Trillion Deficit? Senator Orrin Hatch has unveiled, S.J. Res. 10, a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution. Hatch, among the most senior Senators, has proposed several balanced budget amendments over the years. This time may be different. … Continue reading
Now Is Paul Ryan’s Time Congressman Paul Ryan introduced “The Path to Prosperity,” 2012 Federal Budget Tuesday, April 5, 2011. Watch his introduction. Then Examine the 2012 Budget. CNBC Reporter Rick Santelli is the match that lit the fire February … Continue reading
Biggest Reduction in Government Spending in History 1.27% is mighty small. But here’s the context: This is the largest cut in Federal spending in American history. Make no mistake, while the President took credit for an action he directly opposed, … Continue reading
And Everything is Your Fault I entered “racism” at Miriam Webster Online. Immediately this message popped up: Racism is currently in the top 1% of lookups and is the 229th most popular word on Merriam-Webster.com. A green arrow indicates a … Continue reading