Archive for January, 2010

Public Employee Unions Are Sinking California

January 24, 2010

Over the past decade costs for California public employee pensions increased 2,000%. State revenues increased only 24% over the same period. New York is facing the same problem – and the day of reckoning is fast approaching.
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Glacier scientist: I knew data hadn’t been verified

January 24, 2010

The scientist behind the bogus claim in a Nobel Prize-winning UN report that Himalayan glaciers will have melted by 2035 last night admitted it was included purely to put political pressure on world leaders.
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Sorry, this is not a free country

January 22, 2010

The United States is no longer “free.”  That is not just a rant.  That is an objective assessment based on an analysis of 10 economic factors in 183 countries.
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Ending Corruption in Washington

January 16, 2010

The only way to get rid of such corruption is to deprive Congress of its vast regulatory powers. There is truly no reason why politicians should superintend any portion of the private sphere.
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The Breaking of Nations

January 13, 2010

   “Europe’s nations should be guided toward their super-state without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.” –  father of the European project Jean Monnet 
   Sovereignty is a one-way street. It can be regained only through enormous bloodshed. At some point, the loss of our national sovereignty will give unelected foreign authorities the unholy power of deciding the fate of American liberty. This is not a power our government should be allowed to give away. It’s time to speak up. We must not follow Europe down the path of destruction. 
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Climate change: the true price of the warmists’ folly is becoming clear

January 11, 2010

   A new study predicts British household fuel bills will quadruple during this decade to an average of £5,000 ($8,000 USD) a year. This would drive well over half of Britain into “fuel poverty”, defined as those forced to spend more than 10 per cent of their income on energy.
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Congressional Reform Act

January 11, 2010

Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators serving their term(s) then going home and back to work.

proposed Congressional Reform Act

1. Term Limit: 12 years.

2. No Pension: A congressman shall collect a salary only while in office.
– All pensions of past and present congressmen are void effective immediately.

3. Congress shall no longer vote themselves a pay raise.
– Congressional pay will rise or fall along with the Federal Cost of Living Index.

4. Congress must abide by all laws they impose on the American people, no exceptions.
– All previous exemptions are void effective immediately.

5. Congress must participate in Social Security:
– All funds in the Congressional retirement fund must move into the Social Security system immediately.
– Henceforth, Congress will pay into and participate in the Social Security system with the rest of America.

6. Congress shall not avail themselves of any health care system not available to all Americans.

Mother Nature’s Sucker Punch

January 11, 2010

   Most people know that warm weather does not cause cold weather. To argue that it does is as absurd as to claim that rain causes droughts.
   It remains to be seen whether the boreal chill will knock some sense into Al Gore and Barack Obama.
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Al Qaeda Says Barack Obama Doesn’t Know What He is Talking About

January 9, 2010

  According to Barack Obama, Al Qaeda keeps attacking us and recruiting new terrorists because Gitmo exists.
   Unfortunately for Obama, Al Qaeda says the recent attack on the CIA was actually because of our drones.
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Obama Grants INTERPOL Full Immunity in US

January 8, 2010

Obama’s Executive Order #12425 allows INTERPOL to break into a home without a warrant, seize private property of a US citizen, hold a citizen for questioning without the right of legal representation and not be subject to any legal or criminal repercussions. 
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