Daily Archives: July 13, 2010
I was dying to see this all day About half hour after this happened on Fox News’ America Live with Megyn Kelly I was hearing about this through the grapevine (work in other words), and I dodged an afternoon brush fire traffic slowdown to get home to see this. I say “late”, because it seems […] Continue reading
When is a report a dominant social theme and when is it reality? And when, perhaps (we wonder) is it both? These are serious questions to those who believe the Western world is manipulated by a power elite that wields dominant social themes as … Continue reading
It is of course possible that Big Science will yield some conclusive and surprising results – perhaps all five God Particles, or even more. Equally feasible, it may yield inconclusive results that will be held up as conclusive because of all the … Continue reading
Tom Cole has been labeled a liberal due to his liberal voting record. Recently he has sent out a series of advertisements on television and radio calling for there to be less spending, and a congress that listens to the people. . . Continue reading
ONLY 3 DAYS UNTIL THE AUGUST 3RD PRIMARY!
MORE M.A.P.S. Candidate Questionnaires have been received and scored and an UPDATED LISTING OF RESULTS to date is below.
The M.A.P.S.Candidate Questionnaire is NOT AN ENDORSEMENT OF ANY CANDIDATE
As a reminder, the purpose of the M.A.P.S. Candidate Questionnaire is to:
1. Provide […] Continue reading
Think about it, born on the Fourth of July (July 4, 1930), died on the day of the All Star game, and had the good financial sense to pass away before the death tax kicks back in in January.
What a mensch! Bet the Libs hate that fact. Continue reading
“RJ is a unique candidate in the Republican Liberty Movement in that he is a serviceman, he has done two tours of duty in Iraq, he is currently being called up again, and he actually understands what it means to put your life on the line to preserve, protect, and defend the constitution.” Continue reading
— — Time to redouble our efforts Continue reading
Recently, we’ve run a series of posts responding to a misleading article in the July 4 edition of the Lincoln Journal Star. One of those posts was entitled Is Ignorance Bliss? No. Ignorance is Ignorance. It addressed the problems inherent in our education system – people don’t know history anymore. For at least the past […] Continue reading