Monthly Archives: May 2009

Obama and Voting in the United States

First we have Acorn, being sued in several states for voter fraud in favor of Obama. Now, we have Obama’s administration letting Black Panthers off the hook for voter intimidation – again, in favor of Obama – even though it … Continue reading

Posted in Law, Politics

Self Defense in a World Without Guns

I was reading comments on another blog the other day, and some guy posted something like this: “I wish they’d just get rid of all the guns and then nobody would have to worry anymore.“ Idiot. What do you do … Continue reading

Posted in Guns

Several Items of Interest

Several interesting things going on. It may be that most of the Chrysler dealerships being shut down are run by Republicans. Some in government are considering a national sales tax. Personally, I wish they’d quit trying to slide in new … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

North Korea

For those of you who haven’t been paying attention, North Korea has stated that it “no longer considers itself bound by the armistice that ended the Korean War”. This is a very strong statement. This is triggered by the U.S. … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

Obama’s Pick for the Supreme Court

“I would hope that a wise white man with the richness of his experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a black woman”… Sounds racist, doesn’t it? What Obama’s pick for Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor … Continue reading

Posted in Law, Politics

Death Statistics in the U.S.

The CDC says that 2,426,264 people died in the United States in 2006. I don’t think this number includes abortions. The AbortionFacts website shows a total of 760,849 abortions in 1995, in the U.S. The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform shows … Continue reading

Posted in Rant, Religion

The Magnitude of the Deficit

This is an interesting site – the U.S. National Debt Clock. The numbers on this site are pretty close to those on Wikipedia (United States public debt). As of this morning, the number is $11,291,611,466,770.96. This is about $36,873.24 per … Continue reading

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