CDC's Tom Frieden blames Dallas nurse for contracting Ebola because she made a "breach of protocol". In fact, the protocol prescribed by the Obama administration's Ebola Disinformation Campaign is flawed because it's based on politicized half-truths that amount to nothing less than blatant lies.
If you can't make a minimal effort to get a voter ID, you are unlikely to study the issues and candidates before you vote. If you can't do both these things, PLEASE DON'T VOTE. My advice is, for everyone to get their voter ID and become educated about what we're voting for, prior to voting, and then "GET OUT THE EDUCATED CITIZEN VOTE".
Evil ISIS Islamist Terrorists Gain Ground in Iraq and Syria – From Freedom Fighters to Genocidal Maniacs
Like medieval Mongol hordes, sweeping down from Asia to the Mediterranean lands, slaughtering, beheading, and enslaving innocent civilians, today the ISIS Islamist terrorists celebrate such barbarism more than a thousand years later.
I was glad to see the EPA propose to reduce the amount of ethanol required to be blended into our fuel. Now, I urge the EPA, and Congress, take this proposal to its logical conclusion: eliminate ethanol mandates altogether. First, the federal government does not […]
The problem for the prosecution in this case is that while they provided a lot of circumstantial evidence to support elements of their case, even if we accepted their evidence without question, there remained significant and reasonable doubt that Caylee’s death may have been accidental. […]
The latest effort to erase God from the Pledge of Allegiance was recently aired on the NBC network. The Founding Fathers believed that the people would only be able to retain their liberty and successfully self-govern under our unique Constitution if they remained a just, […]
Recent unemployment figures show that we remain deep in recession despite the fake stock market gains due to the Federal Reserve propping it up. Money is being lent to Wall Street for non-productive activities to invest in bets on market trends and to speculate on […]
Why the Japanese Government Can Afford to Rebuild: It Owns the Largest Depository Bank in the World, by Ellen Brown. The excellent article, discussed in this piece, about Japan’s ability to recover from the triple disasters is has recently suffered by utilizing the considerable resources […]
When a radical Muslim jihadist, trying to blow up a plane over U.S. territory on a recent Christmas Day, failed to properly detonate his bomb, Janet Napolitano told us that government efforts to provide homeland security had been successful at preventing this terrorist attack. In […]
I’m passing along this email warning about CFL light bulbs that can start burning and spread the fire to your home. It should be noted that the ballast in these bulbs (what triggers the light bulb when you flip the switch) contains mercury, a toxic […]
There’s little question that the Egyptian people are protesting in resistance to tyranny, or that Mubarek has abused human rights and exercised totalitarian oppression of the people in the process of maintaining his 30 year rule. The Mubarek regime justifies its oppression as the only […]
In the charter documents of the United States, the Founding Fathers highlighted Natural Law from which mankind’s unalienable rights are derived, including the right to life, liberty, property and the pursuit of happiness. These natural and unalienable rights, especially with regard to property and the […]
The truth is that elections in 2009-2010 represent one of the greatest routes of the Democrat Party in history with huge Republican gains across the country. While Michael Steele presided over the RNC during this incredible period of Republican success and he should be commended […]
(Updated 12/05/2010) Subprime Mortgage: a mortgage given to an individual who is likely to default on payments and the mortgage as a whole. The narrative promoted by Obama and the Democrats and passed along to the public by the lame-stream media, is that eight years […]
In August of this year, Connor Boyack, previously with the Mike Lee for Senate campaign and currently a Scott Bradley supporter, submitted eight questions to the Constitution Party, Democrat Party, and Republican Party candidates for U.S. Senate from Utah, asking their positions on a number […]
TARP was supposed to rescue our financial system from total collapse by providing capital to failing financial firms; when the firms had stabilized and then paid back the money borrowed plus interest that returned money would be used to pay down the deficit. Contrary to […]