Daily Archives: June 28, 2010

Gov. Brewer wondering why more money is spent on Mexico than on US border security

Jan Brewer, after meeting with White House officials, comes out “visibly upset”; Via TheRightScoop; So Obama promises to send help to Arizona, but sends twice as much money to Mexico as he spends on protecting US citizens, and his idea of help to Arizona so far is these signs; [UPDATE] See here for the saga […] Continue reading

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Okie Pundit’s Vantage Point-In the Dark About ALPR

Okie Pundit thinks the traffic cam controversy is lame; Last month the blogosphere, led by Mike McCarville, erupted over the proposal to use traffic cameras to detect uninsured drivers. From our vantage point, this is much ado about nothing. Mr. O. Pun… Continue reading

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Rick Santelli gives the exact date the US will stop spending itself into ruin

“We need to knuckle under and we need to live more prudently.” “When do we do that, Rick? When do we do that?” “November second. November second is the day.” At 1:29 He then proceeds to inform the panel on CNBC’s Squawk Box what we need to do to bring the economy out of its […] Continue reading

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Oklahoma: RJ Harris endorsement from Sooner Republican Assembly

RJ Harris attended four events this past Saturday. He received the endorsement of the Sooner Republican Assembly with over 80% of the vote, and he was well received by the State GOP “Spolight on the Candidates” attendees. Continue reading

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Why Military Hubris?

General McChristal spoke out of line, though perhaps truth to power. Yet hasn't the American military been mislead into thinking that it is the answer to most of our problems? In which case his conduct may well be quite understandable, even a prelu… Continue reading

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Krugman's Opium War on China

Paul Krugman's article The Renminbi Runaround in the June 24th edition of The New York Times is not only diplomatically insensitive: it also lacks economic justification. The United States, with its unprecedented debt, is hardly in a position to le… Continue reading

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Obama's Contribution to Peace: Congress Declares War on Iran?

We write a lot about the alternative press, but when it comes to analyzing the dominant social themes of the power elite, we try to take excerpts from mainstream publications to show how these fear-based memes are disseminated and the ways the are posi… Continue reading

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Cameron's Faux Austerity for Britain

As we have reported before, this austerity seems part of a larger dominant social theme. In the US, President Barack Obama is quoted as speaking about the need for "painful" choices. In Europe, a whole slew of Southern European countries are … Continue reading

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Howard Houchen Good Sense of Humor….and Good Sense!

Howard Houchen and untamed Liberty (the dog) Tagged: Congress, Dan Boren, Howard Houchen, Liberty Continue reading

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The Oklahoma Gubernatorial Debate-Brogdon Wins!

Although the media seems to have overlooked what would have to be a news worthy event, I am happy to report that Sen. Brogdon won the GOP straw poll!  54 to 42 %. Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 Video 5 Tagged: brogdon, candidates, debate, debates, Fa… Continue reading

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