Archive for June, 2011

A Very Good Day

June 30, 2011
1776

Originally posted  on 6/29/2010 A Very Good Day by Ira Schwartz   The day started as did most days in Philadelphia in July, hot and humid.  As the sun flared above the horizon the citizens of the small town slowly went about their daily chores never realizing the significance this day, July 2nd 1776 would […]

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Libya – Another Obama Foreign Policy Debacle

June 30, 2011
Gadhif Obama Shake Hands

There is one word to describe Obama’s foreign policy, incomprehensible.   No one can truly make sense of this policy other than to say, if it is the wrong move, it will be done.  Case in point, Libya.  Obama procrastinated when Gaddafi was on the rope and this delay allowed the Libyan dictator to regroup and […]

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Is Delta Ready When You Are?

June 29, 2011
A New Partnership

Delta Airlines addition of Saudi Arabian Airlines to their SkyTeam network has sent ripples through the internet community.  Emails flew and blogs exploded with stories of how Delta, now that it is a partner with Saudi Air, will, according to information reported on The Huffington Post,  that, “Jews and Israelis, or passengers carrying any non-Islamic […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Ira Schwartz | 4 Comments »

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly About CA Redistricting by Al Ramirez

June 29, 2011
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly About CA Redistricting by Al Ramirez

We draw the lines sounds like a good idea. But from the whining you hear from both of the parties, neighborhoods and the media this idea sucks. That’s why I think it is a great idea. California has long had a national reputation as some of the most gerrymandered and most incumbent protection driven districts […]

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TSA Does it Again

June 28, 2011
95 year old Lena Reppert

Lena Reppert is wheel chaired bound, weakened by and in the final stages of Leukemia.  She is frail and 95 years old and along with her daughter Jean Weber, was on her way to visit relatives in Michigan. What should have been a non eventful and joyous trip turned into a humiliating nightmare thanks to […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Ira Schwartz | 4 Comments »

The California 36 Battleground

June 28, 2011
Craig-A-Huey

Why Craig Huey?  If you want to know our future, simply look at Greece or for that matter your state of California.  Bankruptcy is just around the corner and it is time to ignore Party Loyalty and simply decide what kind of future to expect for you and your children. Janice Hahn is employing the […]

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Economy, Republican, Tom Donelson | 1 Comment »

Michelle Obama is a Totalitarian Hypocrite

June 27, 2011
Michelle Obama Food Hypocrite

I recently went on a business trip to South Carolina and Georgia shooting video at various military bases. While in the South, I made the conscious decision to eat as much Southern-style food as possible. I figured, when in Rome, do as the Romans do. As part of this exercise, I ate food that would […]

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Posted in Democrat, Domestic Policy, Economy, Tim Ross, Uncategorized | 17 Comments »

Truth Begets Hatred

June 26, 2011
Veritas Odium Parit -Truth begets hatred

It must be said that words from our mouths, from the veiled recesses of our souls, unrestrained by external pressure or repudiation, from the concealed closets of our existence, these utterances are the closest we will ever come to expressing the truth as we, experientially, individually, will ever know it. And we censor them….. “words,” […]

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Buy Bob’s Business for a Buck

June 26, 2011
Tomas Gonzalez and Bob Catalano

Small businesses are the backbone of America. When I was a kid, a couple of guys used to sell BBQ out of a homemade pit on the side of the road.  Despite their meager set-up, people were always lined up for dinner – the food was just that good.  One day, a guy named Bob […]

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Traveling with MSA Part 2

June 25, 2011
Sagrada Família Frank Cervone

It’s funny how when you become disabled, you start seeing the world through a different set of eyes.  Barcelona Spain is a wonderful city full of culture.  But I don’t think that European cities have adopted any type of Disabilities Act.  The hotel we were staying at had once been a palace, but had been […]

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