Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Being There President

Ed Lasky at American Thinker nails Barack Obama cold.  I have nothing to add to this…just read the whole thing in its brilliant and accurate entirety.  I have no two cents in this case; it’s completely unnecessary. A key to

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What We Believe: Natural Law

If you actually read about the Founders and what they both believed and intended for this country, you’ll find that their belief in God and His blessing was woven through all of it. Even the least religious of the Founders

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Emperor Obama Bypasses Congress Again

When will the Republicans stand up to this blatantly unconstitutional behavior? Next week, the Obama administration is planning to unveil a climate action plan that it intends to implement without legislative approval. It’s a creative approach to governing, not unlike

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What We Believe: Wealth Creation

The third video in the What We Believe series is on wealth creation: One of the problems with this country is that our education system has failed so badly that many people don’t understand how wealth is created.  People believe

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What We Believe: The Problem With Elitism

The next video in the What We Believe series covers elitism.  Dig in: Another way that makes sense to me to think about this one is that whole two-sets-of-rules thing. When there’s one set of rules for certain people and

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What We Believe: Small Government And Free Enterprise

In an effort to more clearly define conservatism and show why it is the best governing philosophy for this country, I wanted to re-post the What We Believe video series by Bill Whittle (I have previously posted all of these

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Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

Honor: American Patriot: Tomb of the Unknown Soldier How many steps does the guard take during his walk across the tomb of the Unknowns and why? 21 steps. It alludes to the twenty-one gun salute, which is the highest honor

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Memorial Day

Patriot Post: “I am well aware of the toil and blood and treasure that it will cost to maintain this Declaration, and support and defend these States.” –John Adams Memorial Day provides a stark contrast between the best of our

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Leftover Link Friday

It’s time to re-institute the tradition of a last batch of links for the week.  There’s so much going on in politics that it’s hard to cover it all in detail (or even a little), and different things are important

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Posted in Economy, Environment, Liberal Hypocrisy, Links, Military, War on Terror_Radical Islam, World Events

School Lunches Up For Debate

My kids will be very excited about this: The GOP spending bill for agriculture and food programs was released Monday and would allow schools to apply for waivers to opt out of the standards if they had a net loss

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