Theodora “Tonie” Nathan passed away today at the age of 91. If you are scratching your head not sure of who that is or why you should be aware of it, Tonie was the first woman in the United States that earned an electoral vote for Vice President of the United States. This happened . . . → Read More: RIP Theodora Nathan
In defense of the administration, many of the partisan left are trying to label the recent scandals as ‘so called’ and ‘imaginary’. However, as new information makes its way to the media, and the lawsuits start to mount, even the most partisan protector of the administration must be asking themselves some very hard questions, . . . → Read More: The So Called Scandal
The search, arrest and subsequent torture of Pvt Manning over the release of documents to Wikileaks has led Ron Paul to say that Manning is more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize than President Obama. There is a good bit of validity to the argument, including the fact that Manning has been nominated for . . . → Read More: Nobel Peace Prize: Obama V Manning
Listening to many proponents of more gun control often suggest that law enforcement officers would like to see stricter gun control laws in place to combat the violence in our country caused, as they think, by people owning guns. Or that they support actions to limit magazine sizes. Since proponents think that it will . . . → Read More: Law Enforcement, Gun Control, and How to Help Others
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is filibustering the Brennan nomination live on C-Span. Much more than the fact that he has decided to filibuster is what he saying and why he is filibustering. I recommend everyone watch what he is saying today, he intends to speak for as long as he can. Sen Paul did . . . → Read More: Sen Rand Paul Filibusters Brennan Nomination
This is how it happens. No one wants war, especially world wars that engulf the entire planet in the disputes that are usually idiotic. But it appears that another of these situations is coming to the Pacific Ocean, involving Japan, China and the United States. Once these three get involved, more are sure to . . . → Read More: Coming to a (War) Theater in 2013
In 2005, the 2,000th serviceman died in Iraq and the media was there to tell us. Vigils were setup all across the United States to protest the deaths. It controversial to discuss the dead coming home, the left was outraged, demanding to film the caskets as they rolled off of the airplanes. Yes, this . . . → Read More: Where did the anti-war Democrats go?
President Obama accepted the nomination of his party this evening and in doing so posited the theory that this election, more than any other in a generation, will be about two different paths, not just about two different parties. It’s a good line to toss out to those who already agree with you, but . . . → Read More: Party or Vision?
Many people think that the road to totalitarianism is going to be a swift seemingly overnight change, but the reality is that in today’s world, the best way it can occur is little by little over a long period of time. Most people would be aghast of thinking that they could support such a . . . → Read More: The New Normal
Showing how little regard the Obama administration and a large percentage of both Democrats and Republicans have for our rights to privacy, today the Obama administration is pushing the US Senate to pass the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 before opposition from several lawmakers can either stall or alter the bill to actually respect the . . . → Read More: Your Voice is Needed Now