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The New HUD secretary

The New HUD secretary

Grooming the Next President    Meet the newly confirmed secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio. Following in the footsteps of Barack Obama, Castro was the keynote speaker at the 2008 Democratic Convention and is the new darling of the congressional progressive caucus. The guy seems nice enough. … Continue reading

The Third Party in America

The Third Party in America

The Great Divide – The Congressional Progressive Caucus within the Democratic Party is a separate party. It is, in fact, the socialist party. They get much of their funding – separate from the democratic party, from George Soros’ MoveOn.org. and work with NGO’s (private organizations) to advance a political agenda separate from the democratic party. … Continue reading

Cars

Cars

Cash for Clunkers Remember, just a year ago when the Federal government spent $3 billion dollars on their “cash for clunkers” program? Car buyers got a $3,500 to $4,500 check, paid for by taxpayers, in return for trading in their old car. The government program drove consumer spending to its highest level in eight years … Continue reading

Is Mexico is a Failed State?

Is Mexico is a Failed State?

A Threat to the United States Mexico is being called a narco state. The military now polices the country because local police are killed if they try to do their job. The government is no long in control – the drug cartels are. Vowing to crush the cartels, President Felipe Calderón has deployed 50,000 soldiers … Continue reading

Obama’s Union Nominee

Obama’s Union Nominee

The Reason the Senate is Waiting Until 5:00 PM to Seat Scott Brown Obama’s  nominee to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will be confirmed by the Senate today. Craig Becker has been SEIU’s Associate General Counsel, working directly with union boss, Andy Stern. The five-member NLRB supervises union elections, investigates labor practices and, most … Continue reading

Senators Wined & Dined by Lobbyists

Senators Wined & Dined by Lobbyists

From Politico.com: Dem. Senators Spent Weekend with Bank, Energy, Tobacco Lobbyists The guest list for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s “winter retreat” at the Ritz Carlton South Beach Resort doesn’t include the price tag for attendance, but the maximum contribution to the committee, typical for such events, is $30,000. There, to participate in “informal conversations” … Continue reading

The Emperor has No Clothes

The Emperor has No Clothes

Obama and Our Post-Modern Race Problem By Shelbyl Steele for WSJ America still has a race problem, though not the one that conventional wisdom would suggest: the racism of whites toward blacks. Old fashioned white racism has lost its legitimacy in the world and become an almost universal disgrace. The essence of our new “post-modern” … Continue reading

Max from Montana

Max from Montana

Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee By now I’m sure most people have seen the unedited CSPAN footage of Max Baucus shouting and slurring on the floor of the Senate. On Monday his office said the video was an “untrue, personal smear” designed to attack healthcare reform legislation. How can unedited CSPAN footage of Senate … Continue reading

Something About Phoenix

Something About Phoenix

Another Test Run? 2 More passengers Detained after Flight to Phoenix December 27, 2009 AP – PHOENIX — Two men thought to have been acting suspicious aboard a flight bound for Phoenix were detained and questioned by federal anti-terrorism authorities before they were released, the FBI said Sunday. Transportation Security Administration officials said passengers aboard … Continue reading

Planetary Power of the UN

Planetary Power of the UN

INTERPOL and the UN International Criminal Court The United Nations General Assembly established an “international criminal court” on July 17, 1998.  The Rome Statute was adopted by a vote of 120 to 7. The seven countries that voted against the treaty were Iraq, Israel, Libya, the People’s Republic of China, Qatar, the United States, and … Continue reading