Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Power of the Internet

The reaction to Verizon’s attempt to add a surcharge to payments which were made on time caused a massive backlash amongst the connected, clearly demonstrating the true power of the internet. Like Mr. Universe said, “You can’t stop the signal.” … Continue reading

Posted in Law, Philosophy, Politics, Quote of the Day | 1 Comment

EPA “Sustainability”

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) is once again seeking even more power over every aspect of our lives. The title of the article is “EPA Ponders Expanded Regulatory Power In Name of ‘Sustainable Development’” In a nutshell, the EPA: “wants … Continue reading

Posted in Law, Politics, Rant

Photo ID Required

The liberals and left do not want to allow any sort of photo ID requirement for voters. Or any ID, really. Even though, universally, there is a way to get such an ID for free. They claim that this somehow … Continue reading

Posted in Fuzzy Thinking, Guns, Law, Politics


This prose is priceless, and truly illustrates just how insane our government has become. Tamara says, in her post here: “I want you to ponder this: We have reached a point on the civilizational senescence scale where our lawmakers have … Continue reading

Posted in Humor, Law, Philosophy, Politics, Quote of the Day

Silver Tongued Devil

Obama has a way with words, doesn’t he? Senate Republicans blocked Obama’s appointment of Caitlin Halligan to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Halligan, according to the article, has an extreme reputation for ruling in favor of whatever she feels is … Continue reading

Posted in Politics