Domestic Policy

Wendy Davis, Reaches New Low

October 21, 2014
Wendy Davis

Wendy Davis is one of those politicians who fascinates me since she is certainly one of the most incompetent campaigners. From the beginning she exaggerated her life story.  She further, made a snide comment about her opponent  who is confined to a wheelchair as running from her campaign.  In recent debates, she simply talked over […]

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President Inequality

October 16, 2014
President Inequality.

President Obama got into office on the theory that he was going to redistribute wealth. What he has really done, is created more poverty as the middle class is disappearing under his policies.

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Truth – At The Top

October 13, 2014
Truth

“At the top” of our Republic there is a terrible fog of thickening uncertainty about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as framed by our Founding Fathers. Tammy Bruce who “worked on a number of Democratic campaigns in 1990s, was she not a prophet with her book “The Death of Right and Wrong”, for “truth” has certainly become collateral damage?

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Guess Who Debunks Climate Change?

October 9, 2014
Climate Change

Guess what; the argument for man being the primary mover behind climate change is being debunked by studies provided by the believers in man being the primary mover behind climate change. That is right, climate alarmists are realizing their computer models fail to predict the present pause. The have begun to look for excuses. Their new conclusion is that nature may play a role.

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Justice Ginsburg: Kill the Poor

October 3, 2014
ruth_ginsburg

Justice Ginsburg slips and let’s it be known she is just another follower of abortion as eugenics. A typical liberal and yet not one women gets it.

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India Mars?

September 27, 2014
India Mars

The Indian space program has landed a vehicle upon Mars. You may be saying India Mars? I’m saying the same thing. I want to be saying United States Mars.

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Nothing To Write

September 21, 2014
Current Events

I’m sitting in my hotel room in Thailand and trying to come up with a column. Unfortunately, I cannot think of anything to write about. This might sound like a classic case of writer’s block, but it really isn’t. The truth of the matter is; there is nothing new to write about. Current events right now are just more of the same.

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Hillary and Biden Share the Blame

September 17, 2014
Obama Incompetency

The Obama Incompetency issue will become a campaign issue in 2016. Hillary and Joe will have to assume some of the responsibility themselves.

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The Gilded Age

September 14, 2014
Gilded Age

The Gilded Age is defined as the period from about 1870 to roughly 1900. This is a period that is rarely taught in school – at least when I went to school. And, it is a period in which the United States was pretty much molded into the country we have today. It was period of massive accumulation of wealth as a result of the industrial revolution. And, it was a period of massive growth of poverty as a result of immigration and labor practices of the new industrial giants.

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Increasing the Minimum Wage

September 12, 2014
Minimum Wage

The one thing politicians tend to forget is that if you raise the minimum wage beyond what the market determines it to be, you will see more unemployment at the lower end since you are raising the cost of hiring the least experienced. There is a reason that these the lower end employees get paid lower wages. It is because they lack experience. The younger workers tend to be not only inexperienced but also less dependable compared to older and more experienced workers.

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