Monthly Archives: September 2010

Bad Attitude – in Government Spending

John Stossel has an excellent article on this subject here. He points out: Progressives want to raise taxes on individuals who make more than $200,000 a year because they say it’s wrong for the rich to be “given” more money. … Continue reading

Posted in Personal, Philosophy, Politics

The Death of Dreams…

Obama has essentially shut down our manned space flight program. Thousands of NASA employees will be laid off Friday, October 1. You know, when I was a kid, like many others, I wanted to be an astronaut. I never made … Continue reading

Posted in Personal, Politics

Your Government At Work, Destroying Industries and Losing Jobs

New EPA rules stand to shut down or slow down several industries, costing hundreds of thousands of jobs. What wonderful timing! Also, the price of cement is about to skyrocket. Source: HotAir. Yep, those EPA dudes are going to make … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

Liberals In Management

This article is pretty interesting over at Hot Air. I have noted in the past that Barney Frank and his buddies were reputed to be in the heart of the financial collapse, and this quote says it all: Barney Frank’s … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

The Satori

According to my Mac’s dictionary, “satori” means, in one definition, “a flash of sudden awareness, or individual enlightenment”. I was reading an anti-gun blog a few minutes ago, and it is abundantly clear that this person, one Joan Petersen of … Continue reading

Posted in Guns

Tax Cuts?

I’d like to point out that the debate about extending the Bush tax cuts is not about giving us a tax cut; it’s about NOT giving us a tax increase. The Democrats talk about how extending the tax cuts will … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

Borrowing Wit

I’m borrowing some wit from Ann Coulter this morning. Regarding O’Donnell’s bona fides in Delaware: The establishment’s complaints are confusing. They say O’Donnell has a problem because she’s never held a job in the private sector (like our president), didn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Quote of the Day