Domestic Policy

Voter ID

March 26, 2015
Voter ID

In the past few years, many states have tried to pass laws which require a voter to present a Voter ID. To date, approximately seven states have passed Voter ID laws and have them on the books. Out of those seven, few are being enforced because liberals are up in arms about this issue. They have taken the position that Voter ID laws are meant for one thing and one thing only and that is to limit access to the voting booth. In other words, to keep undesirable (liberal) voters, from voting. Of course, I do not agree with the liberal position. In fact, I’m appalled at the liberal position, because I believe that Voter ID laws stop unqualified people from voting!

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Net Neutrality Equals Censorship

March 18, 2015
Net Neutrality

The battle for control of the Internet isn’t over. Over two-thirds of the House and Senate are on record as opposing FCC regulation of the Internet, and a new president could change the policy overnight in 2017 even if the courts don’t block it.

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FCC Power Grab

March 14, 2015
INTERNETONE

When the FCC decided, by a partisan 3 to 2 vote pushed by the White House, two things happened; (1) The independence of the FCC was destroyed as Democrat Tom Wheeler carried the White House water; and (2) the door was opened to intensive intervention by the Government of it.

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Walmart Raises the Minimum Wage

March 5, 2015
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The minimum wage debate is one of those debates that shows economic ignorance and how good intentions don’t match results. Politicians love the idea that they can raise salaries and produce economic growth by simply telling businesses, “Give everyone a raise.” Of course what is missing from these debates is that biggest losers in artificially raising minimum wage are the very poor who the laws are supposed to benefit.

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United We Stand

February 3, 2015
President's Day

President’s Day is closing fast and is observed on February 16th this year. People are already planning or have planned a busy 3 day weekend. Some will be trying to get away from the tons of snow and freezing weather that has socked in the North East Coast.

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Ira Schwartz | 1 Comment »

Valerie Jarrett

January 27, 2015
Valerie Jarrett

Valerie Jarrett is the person behind the president. The only question left is how much influence Valerie Jarrett actually has.

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Freedom Under Siege

January 25, 2015
Freedom

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.”

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Posted in Domestic Policy, Foreign Policy, Ira Schwartz | No Comments »

Presidential Monarchy

January 23, 2015
Presidential Monarch

In fact, Roosevelt, believed Woodrow Wilson was trying to turn the United States into a monarchy in the same way that modern conservative pundits believe Barack Obama is trying to become an absolute monarch. For a while, I tended to disagree with this allegation about Obama, but since the defeat of his party in the 2014 elections, he is doing his best to prove the pundits correct, i.e., immigration reform, Cuba, etc. It’s just one executive order after another. He is one his way giving us our first Presidential Monarchy.

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Assault on Free Speech Iowa City

January 21, 2015
Freedom of Speech Iowa City

Freedom of speech can be messy and sometimes offensive but as I have gotten older, I have become even more absolute on free speech.

Posted in Domestic Policy, Tom Donelson | 3 Comments »

Assault on Free Speech: Paris Part 1

January 17, 2015
Free Speech

USA Today allowed a London based radical Muslim cleric who “specialized in Sharia law” following the Paris massacre of the editorial staff of Charlie Hebdo to state his view.  Sometimes it is good to see what evil looks like and Anjem Choudary made it clear that when the Prophet Muhammad is insulted, death follows.  He […]

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