Monthly Archives: June 2009

Obama: Government Can’t Do Everything

Obama:  The Community Organizer Days It was not so long ago that critics were accusing Obama of spending and that we were out of money.  So when Obama started using the same line , it made the argument redundant.  For several months since taking office, Obama critics have maintained that Obama is growing Government and creating […]

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Sinking and Stinking

The USS Obama has hit an iceberg and is taking on water fast. Common sense Americans who know that they can’t run their own households the way Obama is attempting to run the country are rapidly coming to the conclusion that they need to start putting pressure on the Beltway politicians from Obama on down […]

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A Gay Day for California

As California approaches a new era of writing IOUs, you would expect the California Senate would be doing everything in it’s path to pass a budget.   As Wall Street baulks at the buying any further bonds, the Senate were more concerned with declaring May 22 Harvey Milk Day then budgets. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger had […]

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Conservative = Extremist & Terrorist

Remember when a Danish Newspaper published cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, it widened the sentiments that Islam consider images depicting Muhammad distasteful. Although Muslims are not allowed to depict the Prophet, they expect all non-Muslims not not to illustrate Muhammad either. As the gap widens between the hard core Left and Conservative Right, the Left have […]

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The Supreme Court Rules on Ricci v. DeStefano

If you heard Episode 2 of the Solid Principles Podcast you may have heard the segment about the Ricci v. DeStefano case heard by Supreme Court nominee Sotomayor. The Supreme Court has heard Ricci v. DeStefano and overruled Sotomayor in a 5 to 4 vote finding in favor of the Plaintiffs. The full story can […]

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The You Tube President

In the 1979 Ridley Scott movie ‘Aliens’, the tag line was ‘In Space No One Hear You Scream’. If You Tube was a movie, it’s tag line would be along the lines of ‘On You Tube, Everyone Hears You Speak’. Awkward moments, gaffes, off the cuff comments, Kodak moments each one and all. They all […]

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New clashes in Iran as standoff worsens with West

By WILLIAM J. KOLE, Associated Press EDITOR’S NOTE: Iranian authorities have barred journalists for international news organizations from reporting on the streets and ordered them to stay in their offices. This report is based on the accounts of witnesses reached in Iran and official statements carried on Iranian media. ___ Several thousand protesters — some […]

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Goodbye Billy Mays

First a sidekick, an angel, a gloved one and now a pitchman. Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Tell a friend

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Britain Demands release of Embassy Employees in Iran

BY:  AP Iranian authorities have detained several local employees of the British Embassy in Tehran, a move that Britain’s foreign secretary Sunday called “harassment and intimidation” and reflected a hardening of the regime’s stance toward the West. Iranian media said eight local embassy staff were detained for an alleged role in postelection protests, but gave […]

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California, Here We Come!

By: Pat Buchanan PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — In just a few weeks time, California hits the wall. And Americans should take a good, long look at the fiscal and social wreck of the Golden Land, because California is at a place to which all of America is heading. In May, when five fund-raising proposals were […]

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