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We Have A Budget?? What’s A Budget?!

Wha…? Remember when a disagreement between Republicans on the budget was “cataclysmic” for GOP claims to governance? Democrats last passed a normal budget resolution six years ago, but Republicans went all of seven days before both chambers finally passed budget resolutions. Our

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Posted in Economy, General Politics

It’s A Swing And A Miss!

Yet again, Snowmageddon failed to happen.  No one is complaining, of course, but I think that what’s really interesting about the situation is the reason why most people whiffed: In the run-up to this week’s blizzard, some serious differences emerged when

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Posted in Environment, World Events

And Now For The Facts

If you watched the State of the Union speech last night, you got a lot of drivel and insultingly inaccurate boilerplate.  Here are the facts from actual subject matter experts: Economy The Problem With Obama’s Shrinking Deficit Talking Point President Obama

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Posted in Economy, Education, Energy, Environment, Health Care, Judiciary_Legal, Leaning Left, Liberal Hypocrisy, Military, Miscellaneous, Racism, Religion, Transparency, War on Terror_Radical Islam, World Events

A Bolt of Enlightening

One might think that with the phenomenal “success” of the Chevrolet Volt gas-electric car – for the record, that’s sarcasm – we wouldn’t see another General Motors (GM) foray into the quicksand of failed eco-car ventures for quite some time.

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Posted in Economy, Environment

About Those Gas Prices…

Count on it: Yes friends, never let it be said that this administration isn’t beholden to special interests to the detriment of the middle class. The oil shale boom has helped create a surplus of oil that has entered the market

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Posted in Energy, Environment

Happy Thanksgiving 2014!

First, I would like to extend a genuine and heartfelt thank you to all current and former members of the military.  Your service truly embodies John 15:13: Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for

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Posted in General Politics, Military, Quote, Religion

The Week In Review

There is no shortage of big things going on, but here are a couple of quickies on what I think were the biggest stories of last week. Scotland Says No There was a huge effort on the part of Scotland

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Posted in General Politics, Liberal Hypocrisy, Military, War on Terror_Radical Islam, World Events

Obama’s Speech On ISIS

In case you missed the big speech, here’s the short version of the most key points that Obama laid out as his roadmap for addressing the efforts of ISIS to take over Iraq and Syria: In text form: 1. Airstrikes

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Posted in Military, Unintended Consequences, War on Terror_Radical Islam, World Events

We Will Never Forget

   

Posted in War on Terror_Radical Islam

Some Housekeeping Details

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ve probably noticed a slowdown in posts over the past couple of weeks.  The reason for that is two-fold.  First, I’ve taken on a new project at work which brings some major

Posted in Miscellaneous
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