We Can All Learn Something From The Pilgrims

Filed under:Bill of Rights,General,Our Money — posted by Q Ball on 11/27/2010 @ 3:20 am

The pilgrims discovered quickly that Communism doesn’t work:

There’s Arrogance, Then There’s Obama

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 11/17/2010 @ 5:57 pm

From: Bosch Fawstin

“I never met in my life such an arrogant man,” says the arrogant NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg about Barack Obama to Rupert Murdoch. Obama is the most glorified community organizer in history, with no accomplishments to his name outside of an unlikely rise to the highest office in the world. Murdoch added that President Obama “might make great speeches but doesn’t get things done and doesn’t listen to anybody.” His arrogance will not allow any rational ideas to penetrate his policies, as we’ve seen in his post-election comments where he seems determined to continue the illusion that he knows what is best for America.


California Supreme Court: illegal immigrants entitled to the same tuition breaks offered to US citizens

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by Jack on 11/16/2010 @ 4:58 pm

The California Supreme Court weighed in Monday on the politically charged immigration fray when it ruled that illegal immigrants are entitled to the same tuition breaks offered to in-state high school students to attend public colleges and universities.

While the ruling applies only to California, the case was closely watched nationally because nine other states, including New York and Texas, have similar laws.

Republican congressmen Lamar S. Smith of Texas and Steve King of Iowa filed a so-called friends of the court brief urging that illegal immigrants be denied the reduced rate.


Republicans, don’s squander the chance we gave you.

Filed under:Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 11/8/2010 @ 6:01 pm

Sen.-elect Marco Rubio (R-FL), the son of a bartender and a maid becomes a US Senator.

Is This What Sanity Looks Like?

Filed under:Culture War,Our Money — posted by Q Ball on 11/2/2010 @ 1:40 pm

Reason TV filed this video from the Rally to Restore Sanity:

Where Wealth Comes From

Filed under:Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 11/1/2010 @ 5:12 pm

Economics of Health Care

Filed under:Our Money — posted by Q Ball on 10/8/2010 @ 12:41 pm

From Reason.com:

Health insurers Wellpoint, Cigna, Aetna, Humana, and CoventryOne will stop writing policies for all children. Why? Because Obamacare requires that they insure already sick children for the same price as well children.

That sounds compassionate, but—in case Obamacare fanatics haven’t noticed—sick children need more medical care. Insurance is about risk, and already sick children are 100 percent certain to be sick when their coverage begins. So if the government mandates that insurance companies cover sick children at the lower well-children price, insurers will quit the market rather than sandbag their shareholders. This is not callousness—it’s fiduciary responsibility. Insurance companies are not charities. So, thanks to the compassionate Congress and president, parents of sick children will be saved from expensive insurance—by being unable to obtain any insurance! That’s how government compassion works.

It’s all about economics.

Full Article

Legalize Drugs, Cut Taxes, Drive Through Red Lights!

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 9/21/2010 @ 11:34 pm

America Rising – November 2, 2010

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 9/16/2010 @ 3:55 pm


Filed under:Culture War,Our Money,War on Terror — posted by Q Ball on 5/11/2010 @ 3:27 pm

Gabrielle Anwar is a British actress who failed to tell the truth in order to become an American citizen for the sole purpose of voting for Barack Obama. I discoved this when she was a guest on the “Late Late Show” hosted by Craig Ferguson. She stated very plainly that she became an American because she had “hope” which she emphasizes during the interview. Her interview is incredibly telling once the subject of being an American is reached. Craig Ferguson, who is a naturalized American citizen, begins discussing his experience and she tells him that she thought the experience was odd. One particular objection she had was a question on the application that asked if the United States went to war with England would she support the U.S.. She all but said she would not and used the excuse of “I have family in Engalnd”. This woman’s only reason for becoming an Amercian citizen I believe, was that she could vote for the president. Grabreille Anwar has abused our laws and our system of governmet. She doesn’t want to be a citizen of the United States anymore than I want to be a citizen of England, which is nil. I hereby call on any senators or congressmen to start an investigation to determine whether she lied on her application and to revoke her citizenship.
This interview happend months ago, but I decided to write about it now in light of the attempted bombing in New York City. The terrorist who tried to set off a bomb in Times Square was a natualized citizen from Pakistan. This country needs a serious overhall of the guidelines that allow these people to become citizens while people who truly love this country and have businesses here wait for years, to no avail. I personally know a British ex-pat who falls in to this category. He has been here for over 10 years and has done everything required of him yet he is not a citizen. I already consider him a citizen for all that he has contributed to the local community and the country at large. What has Gabreille Anwar done? She cheated to get into this country so she could affect the outcome of our election. I find what she did deplorable.

If you want to see the interview for yourself, here is a video from YouTube

The Worst Tyranny

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 5/6/2010 @ 8:56 am

The Moon is a Harsh Mistress“There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want merely because you think it would be good for him.”

– Robert Heinlein “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress

The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress

Social Justice

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 4/13/2010 @ 2:34 pm

From: The Tenth Amendment Center

It appears that there are two popular definitions of “social justice”. One involves an individual who chooses to give freely to people in need; this one is historically referred to as charity. The other requires the use of government force under the guise of good will to seize production from one and give to another. This one is nothing but theft and historically results in little less than slavery. Unfortunately, this is what most people mean when they speak of social justice.

Definition of Justice:

“The administering of deserved punishment or reward”

Is it possible that adding the word “social” before “justice” can result in a definition that makes it “just” to steal from someone because it is socially acceptable to do so? Promoters of social justice should spend a moment and reflect on which definition they support, why they embrace it and whether their concept of “justice” infringes on another person’s rights or freedom, and whether this other person guilty of a crime and thus punishment.


Apple Lobbys for Cap-and-Trade, Avoids Same

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 4/7/2010 @ 2:34 pm

From: Washington Examiner

So if Apple’s lobbying effort is successful, American companies will pay for their carbon emissions, but no such carbon costs will fall on Hon Hai Precision Industry Company, which made your iPad.

Under cap-and-trade, Apple company would pay for the 400,000 tons of carbon dioxide emitted annually by its U.S. buildings and domestic operations, and also for the 500,000 tons of carbon dioxide emitted by shipping its products. But the 3.8 million tons of CO2 emitted by its manufacturing — 81 percent of the company’s total — would be exempt from a carbon tax because the emissions would be in China.

There Aint No Rules Here

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 3/24/2010 @ 10:55 am

From: Newt Gingrich

Democratic Congressman Alcee Hastings (who, while serving as a federal judge, was impeached and removed from the bench before being elected to the House) articulated the principles of this machine mentality on Sunday when he said, “There ain’t no rules here, we’re trying to accomplish something. . . .All this talk about rules. . . .When the deal goes down . . . we make ’em up as we go along.”

It is hard for the American people to believe their leaders on the Left are this bad.

They are.

Civil War

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 3/23/2010 @ 3:04 pm

From: Dennis Prager

Thank God this civil war is non-violent. But the fact is that the left and the rest of the country share almost no values. The American value system and the leftist value system are irreconcilable. If the left wins, America’s values lose. If American values prevail, the left loses.

After Sunday’s vote, for the first time in American history, one could no longer confidently believe that the American system will prevail. And if we don’t fight for it, we don’t deserve it.

More Concessions To Gitmo Prisoners

Filed under:Our Money,War on Terror — posted by Q Ball on 3/19/2010 @ 3:25 pm

The detainees in Gitmo who decided to represent themselves were given laptops.

The computers, without Internet access, were provided to Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and four other suspected 9/11 conspirators at the prison at the U.S. naval base in Cuba after approval by senior Pentagon officials in September 2008.

In addition to Mohammed, the other al Qaeda members who were given computers were Walid Muhammad Salih Mubarak Bin Attash, Ramzi Binalshibh, Ali Abdul Aziz Ali and Mustafa Ahmed Adam al-Hawsawi.

Full article

Where is the Transparency? – CNN

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 3/16/2010 @ 6:41 pm

That’s right this is from CNN. President Obama and the Congressional Democrats promised the American people an era of transparency and ethical governance. I haven’t seen that yet, have you?

Pelosi Must Drive a Toyota

Filed under:Bill of Rights,General,Our Money — posted by 3wire on @ 2:45 pm

From: Another Black Conservative

Nancy Pelosi has her foot firmly planted on the accelerator to pass ObamaCare. Despite the Slaughter Solution being every bit as toxic as reconciliation Nancy says she “likes it”.


Jack Webb Schools Barack Obama on Healthcare

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money — posted by 3wire on 3/14/2010 @ 8:48 am

President Demonizes Opposition

Filed under:Bill of Rights,Culture War,Our Money,War on Terror — posted by 3wire on 3/11/2010 @ 5:15 pm

From: Chuck Norris

As for other Americans who oppose his far-left agenda, the president jeered at them before a live audience a few months back, when he condescendingly declared: “Those folks who are trying to stand in the way of progress, let me tell you: I’m just getting started! I don’t quit. I’m not tired. … It is important for those folks to understand I’m just ready to go. We’re just going to keep on going.”

The president demonizes any opposition and even tried socially to quarantine No. 1 Fox News as an illegitimate news organization because some commentators disagree with him. His actions remind me of these words of Fulton J. Sheen’s: “Pride is an admission of weakness; it secretly fears all competition and dreads all rivals.”


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