Beaver Cleaver is dead? Long live the Beav!
You can almost hear the goose stepping coming up the street. The reelection of Barack Obama is less than two weeks old and already his acolytes are wasting no time marching the losers to their demographic graves. Beaver Cleaver is doomed; Opie and Donna Reed are right behind. read more »
From Gettysburg to Afghanistan, we thank them all
Veterans Day was originally established to mark the Armistice ending World War I, the “war to end all wars.” Sadly, hundreds of thousands of young Americans have died in subsequent conflicts since that time in Asia, the Middle East, Northern Africa and Europe. Let us take a moment to honor their duty and sacrifices in their quest to preserve the freedom of Americans and millions of other people throughout the globe.
On the masthead page of the Nov. 2012 issue of Monitor On Psychology, there was a cartoon published.
In this illustration, one Indian says to another, "That was nice, but I don't want to make it in a regular thing."
Seated in the background are the Pilgrims.
It is no doubt hoped readers will conclude this was a depiction of the first Thanksgiving Day feast in the New World; but given the state of the education system, that might be too much to hope for.
Some will likely laugh, relating to how they themselves have endured numerous dinners and parties this festive time of year they didn't mind attending but would rather not have to endure again in the future if given a choice.
However, the Monitor On Psychology is a flagship publication of the American Psychological Association.
This front organization seeks to turn either every depravity known to man into a mental illness the individual has no control over or excuse it in some fashion altogether.
Therefore, would these otherwise political correct leftists have published a cartoon where a Pilgrim forefather made a similarly snide remark about not wanting the Indians over again any time soon?
by Frederick Meekins
They stood in lines, sometimes for hours, to cast their ballot for a man whose leadership vision is to do more of the same. With a vengeance. Unabated by the shaky economy, these voters are younger, more ethnic and less religious than ever before, and according to exit polls, carry a grudge for the very rich.
Stunned at Mitt Romney’s butt whuppin,' conservatives are trying to figure out the meaning of it all; meanwhile Democrats are both giddy and cocky in their celebratory fervor. It is over, they say: 2012 marks the death of the Republican Party. For the 57 million Americans who voted for self-reliance over self-indulgence, the quick disposal of their values is a punch to the gut; in the course of a day traditionalists have been deemed culturally irrelevant. read more »
The 2012 elections are over, the analysis has begun, and there’s plenty of fault to find. Most of my blog posts this year have had an election theme, but from a conservative Christian point of view. I am disappointed with the results but not disheartened as a Christian. Jesus Christ was my Lord and Savior before the elections, and He is today, and will be forever.
From a statistical standpoint, there is one area that I will investigate fully in the coming days, and that is what affect the many other Presidential candidates on the ballot made in the outcome of the election. Here is an early example. I live in Florida, one of the major swing states. As of about 5 PM this evening, Florida’s results still were not final. Obama had a lead of only 49,000 votes at this point. I totaled up the other candidates on the ballot, which none of them had any chance of winning whatsoever, and their votes total was 70,000! In every election I’ve witnessed, the throw away votes overwhelming benefit the Democrats. So, the math is easy here, Obama isn’t winning the state of Florida as much as the votes for the third party candidates has given him this state. Add the vast majority of those 70,000 votes to Romney’s total, and Romney wins easily! In the coming week or so, I am going to total up all of the key swing states and see if this thought process actually determined President Obama’s victory. read more »
No modern American president has ever been granted the opportunity President Obama received to preside over explosive economic growth while in office if he had simply left well enough alone.
Consider this: Politically speaking, if a president assumes office during a recession, the luckiest time for him to do so is around twelve months in, when the economy is near rock-bottom and ready to come roaring back. If he plays his cards right, he can take credit for some of the recovery by claiming that his policies contributed to it. What’s least fortunate is to assume office near or before the start of a recession, because then the downturn occurs entirely under his watch and everyone blames him for it.
Harry Truman took office two months into the 1948 recession—a precarious position, because unemployment plunged for a year under his watch before recovering. Eisenhower assumed office six months before the 1953 recession and was forced to serve as the face of twelve months of decline.
I don’t want to sound trite… or maybe I do. It didn’t take me very long to realize that my ‘truth detector’ was going off the charts when it came to Barack Hussein Obama, starting as far back as Obama’s speech in front of the DeMarxist convention in 2004, when he was still a state senator in Illinois.
He was immediately lauded as the ‘future’ of the Marxists in America. I had him pegged as an empty suit back then. Watching his ‘seamless’ rise to political prominence was suspicious to begin with. The uncontested ‘nature’ of his State Senate and US Senate runs, and the methods employed to obtain those victories, helped me to decide that Barack Hussein Obama was someone who deserved contempt, certainly not adulation.
I think that patriots in general are more aware of government and politics. We were beginning to gel as the loosely organized, but highly motivated groups, that eventually swallowed the 2010 elections whole. So it didn’t take long for the Tea Party Patriots, whose numbers even back then, 2008-2009, were beginning to swell. It’s as if we were of one mind, though greatly separated by geography and distance. We began to look for evidence of who this man was, who had just been elected President of the United States. We didn’t have long to wait. read more »
Do I need to say he failed?
As the President of the United States of America one has many duties: Commander and Chief of the military, leader of the United States, and leader of the free world. The one thing that all of the duties of the President has in common is that he must be a leader. A leader is defined as a person who has commanding authority or influence. As the election quickly approaches I have been thinking, is Obama a leader.
In order to answer this question we must first come up with a list of attributes that are common to most leaders. A few common attributes are: integrity, dedication, magnanimity (giving credit where credit is due), openness (listening to others ideas), and the ability to bring people together. Now, in order to determine how good of a leader Obama is we must figure out how he has done in these ares.
You can see it on the horizon. It’s swelling, rising, as we speak… its speed deceptive, disguised by its magnitude, threatening to sweep everything in its path.
Remember when the DeMarxists wrote us off after the last election? American patriots, under the nom de guerre of the Tea Party, had just finished handing the left (and a few RINOs) a sixty-year shellacking, and one of historical proportions at that. The insane predictability of the left never fails to amaze me. DeMarxist mouthpieces started bleating all around the country… “That was it, they (the Tea Party) shot their bolt, it’s over, it was a freak occurrence and it won’t happen again”. Then they wrote us off. As far as the LSM was concerned, we never happened. I guess they thought we’d simply dissolved and returned to our plebian enclaves.
‘Tea Party’ became a term they’d use to demonize anyone who disagreed with the regime’s horse doo doo. Funny thing happened on the way to the election. We matured as a movement. We did anything but disappear. We didn’t have to import bus-loads of union thugs into the communities. We are the communities. We went from organizing huge anti-Marxist rallies to grass roots organizing in the towns and cities across America. read more »
Most important election ever!
I was going to go on a long winded explanation of our current health care system versus the U.K.'s, and why America's is far superior in terms of quality. I found an article online that explains why we must overturn "Obamacare". To any one who didn't believe that seniors would be terminated because caring for them would be too expensive please read the article below. This is absolutely horrifying what this article claims is happening in the UK. We all have or have had grandparents and parents, would you want this happening to them, or to you when you get older. I encourage you to show this article to any one who will read it. Especially those who currently support "Obamacare". I strongly encourage all of you to get out and vote, and lets put good conservatives back into office. Let us take the Senate back, and elect Mitt Romney as the next President.