Monthly Archives: November 2009

Sarah Palin – Going Rogue

I’m currently reading Sarah Palin’s book, Sarah Palin – Going Rogue. I’m about half way through it. I bought it mainly to show my support – I’ve never been much for autobiographies. But I must say this is actually a … Continue reading

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A Former Liberal Woman Said…

A formal liberal woman said: The Left has declared war on Palin because she threatens their existence. Liberals need women dependent and scared so that women, like blacks, will vote Democrat. – Robin of Berkeley I’d been truly wondering why … Continue reading

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What Are They Up To?

Warning: This article is an opinion piece. Use your own judgement. What are they up to, really? Obama, Pelosi and Reid, among many others. Far left radicals, all. I’ve seen a lot of people online asking the question “Why isn’t … Continue reading

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Here’s an excellent article about how the climate debate has been controlled from the beginning. There has been a relatively small group of scientists who control the publishing in peer-reviewed magazines such that only ‘approved’ papers were published. There is … Continue reading

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Yesterday was Thanksgiving. I’m thankful for a number of things, including our health, and our family, and that I have a job and am staying ahead of my bills at the moment. I think it’s important to remember today who … Continue reading

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Is It Intentional?

Please see this article over at Hot Air for references. Apologies, this article has lots of arithmetic. ADDENDUM: Related – at Fox News: Obama Shatters Spending Record for First-Year Presidents. End Addendum. Facts: The ObamaCare bill, they claim, will result … Continue reading

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Do we really have representation in congress? This isn’t about health care, but my point is made by an example from that debate. Mary Landrieu, Democrat senator from Louisiana, voted for cloture of the health bill – after an amendment … Continue reading

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