Archive for January, 2011

Florida Judge Strikes Down ObamaCare

January 31, 2011

Here is the actual ruling on ObamaCare healthcare.pdf

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Obamacare: An Examination

January 31, 2011
Obamacare: An Examination

On November 2, 2010 my wife woke me up at 3:30 AM with an incredible pain in her lower right abdomen. I took her to the emergency room and by 6:30 AM all the X-rays and CT Scans revealed a problem with her appendix. She was immediately prepped for surgery and by 10:30 AM the […]

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“Is Egypt, the New Iran?” by Ari David

January 29, 2011
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“When Great forces are on the move we realize we are spirits, not animals” – Ronald Reagan The circle is now complete.  This week Barack Obama truly became what many people believe he was all along, the long lost second term of Jimmy Carter’s presidency.  The parallel between the snakebit presidency of Carter and the […]

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Media Bias by Anonymous

January 28, 2011
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The honest journalist, those with integrity and an ethical compass under the objective imperative of gathering the “who”, “what”, “when”, “where”, and “why” of an important news story should ask themselves why the following story went largely unnoticed. Casey Brezik tried to assassinate Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) on September 14, 2010 at the Metropolitan […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Guest Writer | 2 Comments »

Loss of Innocence

January 28, 2011
Loss of Innocence

Challenger Memorial The day had started bright and clear in Florida as everyone waited in anticipation of the launch of the space shuttle Challenger into orbit.  At 11:38 am EST on January 28th, 1986 the voice of mission control counted down to zero and NASA mission STS-51L roared off the launch pad at Cape Kennedy […]

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Don’t Walk Like an Egyptian

January 27, 2011
Don’t Walk Like an Egyptian

The blogs this morning were overflowing with news and commentary regarding the violent protests erupting in the streets of Egypt.  I won’t use my own words to paint a picture for you.  Instead, let’s watch a short video followed by some excerpts from the Associated Press and various other news organizations: “CAIRO (AP) – Egyptian […]

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Ron Reagan Jr…Perhaps the Apple Does Fall Far from the Tree

January 27, 2011
Ron Reagan Jr…Perhaps the Apple Does Fall Far from the Tree

One of my favorite films, “The Last Castle”,  was directed by Rod Lurie in 2001 and stars  James Gandolfini and Robert Redford. Gandolfini plays the role of Col. Winter, an evil and egotistical warden at a Marine Corps correctional facility. There is a scene between Winter and prisoner Yates, played by Mark Ruffalo: Winter: Tell […]

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Posted in Conservative, Craig Covello | 5 Comments »

Who Is John Thune?

January 25, 2011
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Within the powers that be in the Republican Party, John Thune is considered one of the front runners for the 2012 Republican nomination for the presidency.  This is also true among many political pundits.   However, many people in the general population do not know who he is or even where he comes from.  If you are among […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Frank DeMartini, Republican | 2 Comments »

Academically Adrift

January 25, 2011
Academically Adrift

An interesting book was released last Tuesday, January 18 entitled “Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses”.  New York University sociologist Richard Arum and University of Virginia sociologist Josipa Roksa, collaborated on the effort by following 2322 young college students during the fall 2005 through the spring of 2009.  During the course of their investigation, […]

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Posted in Conservative, Craig Covello | 5 Comments »

Birthers May Have A Point

January 24, 2011
Birthers May Have A Point

A friend called me out of the blue to tell me that he just saw the funniest bumper sticker… Now, I am by no means a “birther” (one who believes that Barack Obama is ineligible for the Presidency of the United States based on questions surrounding his citizenship).  In fact, it’s not really a subject […]

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Posted in Conservative, Democrat, Domestic Policy, Republican, Tim Ross, Uncategorized | 19 Comments »

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