Tag Archives: Politics
An article on the Investor Business Daily website asks the question. I like their investment advice but their politics are so extreme to the point of crazy. They really want you to believe that President Obama is racist towards White … Continue reading
To all Americans.
So now maybe all the people that complained that “Obamacares” was unconstitutional will now move on to something else and let healthcare reign on the rich and the poor alike!
Celebrate this United States Flag today and everyday of the year.
ESPN pulled Hank Williams Jr.’s classic intro song from its broadcast of Monday night’s NFL game after the country singer famous for the line ”Are you ready for some football?” used an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack … Continue reading
I watched FOX News PAC’s cable propaganda show this morning for about an hour. I was surprised to watch every other story concerning them/their viewers being the victim of the government. Here are some examples of their news stories. Government … Continue reading
During last night’s Republican debate some Tea Baggers cheered approval that the uninsured in America should die if they cannot afford medical treatment. This is a stunning reaction from a party that prides itself in being pro-life and wanting to … Continue reading
Justice David of the Indiana Supreme Court An Indiana summer study committee is discussing an Indiana State Supreme Court ruling from earlier this year involving the right to resist police entry into one’s home. Please click here for more details.
Did you know one major factor in Rick Perry’s ‘Texas Miracle’ was government jobs? (via Under the Mountain Bunker)
An excellent point made in this blog article. Jared Bernstein has a little fun with Perry's declaration that as president he'd make Washington “as inconsequential in your lives as I can.” Over the last few years, government jobs have been … Continue reading
A new report released by the ACLU touts changes that “tough on crime” states have made to reduce incarceration rates, save money, and lower crime rates. It also mentions Indiana’s efforts in sentencing reform.