Who would have thought something like this would happen? President Obama has been in the White House for over four years and if there is anything we have learned in that time, it is that he has no better friends than the ones he has in the media. I have lost count of the number of times the media has covered Obama’s backside and prevented scandals from coming to light. Fast and Furious, → Read More
This is just one of the important questions that we need the answers to. Will the truth finally be told about what happened in Benghazi on September 11, 2012? Heretofore, we have been lied to, deliberately misled about the events surrounding the deaths of four Americans who were serving their country. Chis Stevens, Glen Doherty, Sean Smith, and Tyrone Woods all died in Benghazi. While the deaths were tragic, in and of themselves, → Read More
I know we have already been all over the issue of gun control. Up and down, all around, we have discussed just about every aspect of this very important topic. Many of us are just going to have to agree to disagree about how much is too much gun control, if we are to keep the discussion civil on this blog. This post is not to revive the discussion, as much as it is → Read More
President Obama has pushed the idea that we need comprehensive immigration reform. The Gang of Eight, a mixture of Republicans and Democrats, have been working on their own solution to the immigration problem. That solution has already been discussed and cussed, as it seems to contain a path to amnesty for the millions of illegal immigrants who now live in the United States of America. That’s a problem for many of us, and rightfully → Read More
There are few things that can cause my heart to hurt as much as abortion. We have sugar-coated the practice and called it healthcare, but it is nothing more than the murder of an innocent human being. You can use all sorts of platitudes to describe it and you can declare to all that a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body, but it doesn’t change the facts. Abortion → Read More
Some things just never change. As would be expected, most conservatives do not agree with many of President Obama’s decisions. When it comes to the people he nominates for positions in our government, he seems to have a knack for ruffling our feathers. Such was the case with both of his nominees to the Supreme Court and several of his nominees to join his Cabinet and other prominent departments in Washington. I don’t expect → Read More
I have watched the ongoing debate about gun control with more than a little interest. I’m sure you can see that by the number of posts I have written in recent months, dealing with the issue of the 2nd Amendment and the attempts by more than a few individuals to limit or remove the rights that come with that particular portion of the Bill of Rights. At times, there has been a vigorous debate → Read More
There are some things that you can depend on. The sun is always going to rise in the East and set in the West because God created them and placed them in that cycle of motion. That will never change until this world has ended. Another thing you can depend on is death. It has always came to man, except for two individuals in the Bible and it always will, sooner or later, we → Read More
History is an important thing. More than just days and the events that occurred, history helps us by giving examples of what happened in the past, why those things took place, and how we can best avoid repeating the same mistakes we have already made. History may be boring to many, but we would be smart to look back to 2008 to see why this next story is so important.
Remember 2008 and how → Read More
This story should serve notice to anyone who really believes President Obama is really trying to work with Congress in any substantial way. He is interested in one thing and one thing only. He wants to have it all his way, or else. To that point, here is the story that shows exactly how Obama intends to proceed.
(Fox News) “Less than 100 days ago that happened. … Shame on us if we’ve forgotten,” → Read More