By now, we've all heard about the Democratic leadership in the U.S. House taking off for vacation without taking action on our nation's dire energy problems. Most notably, bringing up for vote the ending of the congressional ban on offshore drilling. read more »
Talk at the coffee shop this morning was kick-ass. Here is a taste of the topics€¦ read more »
The U.S. Senate has passed an update to the nation's FISA laws by a margin of 69-28, which finally brings the 30-year-old standards for electronic surveillance into the 21st century. See the story at FoxNews.com. read more »
This past week in June, I have watched as our country has been assaulted with blatant forms of liberalism.
We are down to two liberals vying for the Presidency of the United States, Barack Obama and John McCain, Liberal and Liberal-Light, respectively.
Both Obama and McCain favor closing the base at Guantanamo Bay, granting amnesty to millions of criminals (Illegal Immigrants) and forcing the Hoax of Global Warming (now called "Climate Change") on rather unsuspecting law-abiding Americans. read more »
Now that Senator Barack Obama has wrapped up the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, it's time for him to answer some questions about where he stands on the issues that are important to the American people. Here are my questions for the senator: read more »
Recently our elected
representatives in Congress interrogated the heads of the major oil
companies (those evil corporations) and wanted to know why these
companies are making a profit for their stockholders. Of course, many of us are
stockholders either through our IRA's, our 401K's, or the stock market. But,
never mind that. "Big Oil" is the evil-doer and the cause for high
gas prices. Oh, really? read more »
One of the most defining pictures of Oil was the Spindletop gusher in
Beaumont, Texas in 1901, since then it has been a war to control
supply all over the world.
Oil drives everything in our society, not one thing is untouched by
oil. Ever think about plastic? How about rubber?
Vaseline? I know, who uses that anymore now that we have KY, but read more »
As President Lincoln once said, 'You can fool all of the people some of the time, some of the people all the time but you can never fool all of the people all of the time'.
The art of politics is the ability to say one thing and mean another. There has never been an honest politician. If anyone ever needs proof of this, just take Lincoln for example. When Lincoln was elected, nothing in his rhetoric said anything about emancipation yet this has been taught in schools that he was the Great Emancipator. read more »
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