So I keep seeing these commercials on-line from Apple showing how imporant privacy is, and how they keep working to maintain privacy on iPhone. Last I heard, the Government could pretty much get into any iPhone anyway so I assumed… Read More ›
Gov't Workers & Unions
So if you are a private company running a business and you leave three pails of radioactive ore lying around that exposes children on bus tours to 4,000 times the allowable limit of radiation within just a few seconds of… Read More ›
I remember watching Blade, a movie about vampires that had infiltrated society in key positions of social and governmental control and influence, and the hero that was going to exterminate them. In that movie there was a group of non-vampire… Read More ›
Six Bullets Dodged with Hillary’s Loss The current news cycle is monopolized by two narratives. In one, Trump supporters are cheering the great and promising future. In the other, oppositional progressives are screeching about how hateful and daft he and his… Read More ›
As many have suggested, and I agree with, the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, was never about providing healthcare for the so-called underprivileged or insuring those with uninsurable conditions. Obamacare has always been about collapsing the system… Read More ›
I had a different post planned for today, but my in-box this morning had an email from my buddy Clark Kent that contained an incredible…and I mean incredible article, that I had to post this morning instead. And yes, he… Read More ›
The State of the Nation…is in decline and accelerating. THE DEBT We are currently at $16.1T in national debt, up $5.5T from $10.6T on January 20, 2009, the day Obama was inaugurated. As a point of reference, and by no means… Read More ›
Hat tip to my buddy, Word Salad for this latest USPS debacle… Ah, the United States Post Office. The agency I love to loathe. Overpaid. Over-benefited. Bankrupt. Broken. Inefficient. Everything a Government agency is meant to be. A Government-endorsed, subsidized… Read More ›
Continuing the ongoing trend of anti-government propaganda bringing down the hammer and sickle on your Constitutional freedoms, yet more Patriots are being rounded up by Big Government Comrades for daring to speak out against tyranny. Many of you have read my… Read More ›
U.S. Unemployment Goes Up, Costs $8 to Insure $10 of Greek Debt from Default, Businesses Flee CA in Droves, Inflation Finally Makes it to MSM, Banks Fail Real Stress Test, and is Property Tax Going Away?
Government Hides Real Unemployment Numbers – Gallup Tells The Truth – Nobody Cares It’s clear to everyone that the government numbers on unemployment are heavily manipulated, and we all know they don’t include anyone who has stopped looking for work… Read More ›
I just bought the 20X30 print of The Forgotten Man from Jon McNaughton. Can’t wait to get it! I’ll probably also get Wake Up America next month. Beautiful work from this artist! When you visit the website, click on the… Read More ›
UPDATE: 06/12/14 – SoCalGas broke the link I have below, so here is a new one to an OC Register article about the contract negotiations. This is what SoCalGas put on the table, that was rejected (at that time), by… Read More ›
Article 3: Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution Removed by Congress & Obama – U.S. Citizens now subject to arrest without trial and indefinite detention – AKA making legal what they’ve already been doing.
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), quietly signed by Obama on New Year’s Eve so nobody would notice, is now law. Why would our Big Government pass a law that the majority of Americans never wanted in poll after poll,… Read More ›
Seven Republican Socialists join Democrats in supporting Socialist Labor Unions at Boeing – They must be removed from office immediately!
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is attempting to prevent Boeing from moving their operations to North Carolina because they feel that the move will cause Labor Union jobs to be lost in Washington state where Boeing currently has its… Read More ›