Archive for September, 2009

Canadian Healthcare, a Different Perspective

September 30, 2009

Here is an article from today’s LA Times about the current state of the Canadian Health Care System. There are apparently a few legal challenges to whether doctors will be permitted to practice privately outside of the public system. Just click on the title and it will direct you to the link. Let me know […]

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Supporting Our Troops

September 29, 2009

This weekend I had the pleasure of attending the GI Film Festival at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. The Festival took place in one day and showed films that portray American enlisted men and women in a favorable light as opposed to the usual Hollywood fare. This festival was an offshoot of the […]

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Where is Dan’s Voice?

September 28, 2009

Here is a letter that a reader forwarded to Elizabeth Donney of Dan Lungren’s Office. I find it very informative regarding certain policies and the agenda of the Obama administration. I am also happy to state that this blog is referenced as source material. It is being used with permission of the writer. However, I […]

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Finding Waldo by Ira Schwartz

September 25, 2009

“YOU LIE!!” sliced through the Congress like a knife forcing everyone into stunned silence. “You lie”, two words that took Republican Joe Wilson less than two seconds to say but will haunt him for a lifetime. Two words that did more damage to a struggling Republican Party than Joshua’s trumpet did to the walls of […]

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NEA: Obama’s Ministry of Propaganda

September 24, 2009

NEA: Obama’s Ministry of Propaganda Shared via AddThis

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Is Obama the Next Wilson?

September 23, 2009

Just this morning, I was watching President Obama’s speech before the United Nations. I must admit it was given with eloquence and was quite moving. However, for the most part it was rhetoric and the dreams of an idealistic man in Fantasyland. I do not want to really beat a dead horse, but as stated […]

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Say “No” To Obama by Yari Shamir

September 23, 2009

Here is the correct web site for the article I tried to post yesterday. I accidentally posted an article from the New York Times about the unemployment rate in California. It is from YNet News. http://www.ynetnews.com/Ext/Comp/ArticleLayout/CdaArticlePrintPreview/1,2506,L-3778526,00.html

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Why Everyone is Saying No to Obama

September 22, 2009

This is an interesting article that should be read from a foreign affairs perspective. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/19/us/19calif.html?hpw

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Embers By Ira Schwartz

September 17, 2009

On January 20th, 2009, the 44th President of The United States was sworn into office on the lawn of the Capital building in Washington D.C. It was a proud day for most Americans, a day when the strongest democracy in the world elected its first African American president into office. For most of us this […]

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The Ideology of a Liberal

September 14, 2009

Since the health care debate has wound down a little as a result of President Obama’s speech on Wednesday which, by the way, was pure rhetoric and seen by the General Public and pundits as a failure because of its lack of new ideas and detail, I have decided to tackle a subject other than […]

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