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September 13th, 2014

CBS Bans Pledge of Allegiance Ad (Video)

File this one under Liberal Media Bias. CBS Sports Network has rejected a TV ad from the Windermere Real Estate Tri-Cities firm because it is ″too political″. The ad shows the 4-year old granddaughter of Dave Retter, the owner of the realty company, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. The ad, entitled, ″Our Future″, was meant to run this weekend during the CBS Sports broadcast of the Wrangler Champions Challenge rodeo event on Sunday. The commercial was filmed a month ago and was intended to be run now, partly because of the 9/11 commemorations this week. Dave Retter told the local newspaper, The Tri-City Herald, ″We just thought it′s around Septe. 11, Patriot Day, and rodeo is as patriotic a sport as it comes. We′ve had so many positive responses, we felt it would be fun to run something positive.″ Apparently, CBS Sports does not think that anything patriotic is ″something positive″.

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February 3rd, 2014

Is It Time To Connect The Dots?

At the risk of igniting a firestorm of accusations that I’m a radical right wing extremist bent on promoting conspiracy theory, consider the following and see what you think.

For months now stories have been leaking out regarding long range government planning. These stories have related to everything from marshal law to mass crowd control, not to mention HUGE purchases of ammunition by otherwise docile government entities. Perhaps, in and of themselves these things can be explained away. Maybe there is something there, maybe not and it’s all just folklore. But what if it isn’t. When you link just a few strings together some scary things pop out. Read the rest of this entry »



December 11th, 2013

Could It Be Republicans Don’t WANT To Win?

If Boehner is intentionally preparing to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory he took a huge step in that direction today. Between his near total capitulation on this newest budget farce and his yet to be announced amnesty program, the pitter-patter of little red state feet fleeing into into seclusion is nearly deafening. Even more worrisome is the chant you can hear as they march, “Third party, here we come!” Read the rest of this entry »



December 9th, 2013

A Contract Not Enforced Is No Contract At All

Apparently, no written agreement is without wiggle room. Apparently, no written contract is entirely rock solid or totally immune to collapse if no one is prepared to enforce it; not even the United States Constitution.

To most people, the Constitution is a revered document. Most of us hold it to be one of the most brilliant documents ever written by mortal man. To those who have studied it the Constitution is not merely the parchment upon which a government was built, but a culmination of the work done by some of the finest minds of its time. More than just the foundation of a government, it is the vision of free minds enhanced by the fresh clarity of having just come out from under the yolk of tyranny. It was penned by people mindful of the horrible price that would be paid to bring it to life. The writers knew it had to be worthy of that price and they delivered.

Part of the reason the Constitution has survived all these years is that we as a people have believed in it. We have understood and appreciated not only the words but the spirit of the document. That is all changing now. Today the Constitution is seen as an obstacle to federal power, and lacking congressional approval to alter it, this administration has it under assault. By default, they also have the freedoms inherent within it under assault.

It is impossible to imagine any of the founding fathers agreeing with the massive increases in spying, ceaseless attacks on the second amendment, socialization of healthcare, explosive growth in regulation, near total erosion of border protection, shear noncompliance with budgeting, the religious persecution and the political targeting we have experienced. It is also likely they would be most disturbed to learn that all of this was being done by a self-proclaimed Constitutional expert. Read the rest of this entry »



November 25th, 2013

I’m a New Years Grinch

I have to admit, I am not looking forward to 2014. In fact, I have a very bad feeling about 2014.

A local car dealer whom I know well says I’m crazy. He says 2014 will be a banner year. Maybe, but I don’t think so. Politics is perception, and I believe that to be absolutely true. So true, in fact, that perception is the very thing that scares me. The perception that current leadership is capable of staving off what is coming is in free fall. If it totally collapses, it may trigger a wide spread crisis in confidence next year. If that happens, you only need to remember four digits: 1-9-2-9. Read the rest of this entry »



November 20th, 2013

Obama is winning because he has no REAL opposition

For all the face time Obama is getting these days you might think he’s really having a rough time and his radical leftist agenda is stuck in the neutral. If you think that, think again.

Perhaps the most masterful thing Obama does is deflection. He gets you so fixated on what his right hand is doing that you never even notice what his left hand is up to. And make no mistake; it’s his LEFT hand that has and continues to do great damage. Read the rest of this entry »



November 7th, 2013

We CAN Stop ObomaCare

It came to me this morning! We have the power!

Where the house, Ted Cruz and hand full of others failed, we have the power to prevail! It’s been right there in front of us all along! Ironically, it took all the lies and screw ups in the implementation bring the solution to the surface. We don’t need the gutless GOP establishment or the gutless red state democrats!
WE CAN STOP OBAMACARE.

We just have to decide if we are a nation of free men and women or mere subjects to a ruling political class? Read the rest of this entry »



November 5th, 2013

How Many Societal Monsters Are Made Rather Than Born?

Years ago I saw a long held question answered right before my very eyes. It occurred while I was a contractor to a major public school system. I was meeting with an elementary school principal in their conference room at the time.

That day, just the two of us were in the room. The entire conference room table was virtually blanketed in full size blue print pages of the school. We had just started what was going to be a very long and detailed meeting when the assistant principal poked his head in the door.

“Little Jamal is refusing to go to class again. What would you like me to do?”

The principal gave a loud sigh and said, “You both know the drill. Send him in.” Read the rest of this entry »



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