Archive for the ‘Budgets’ Category

Originally posted here Texas Congressman Ron Paul has won probably the biggest political victory of his three tenures in the House of Representatives with the passage of HR 459. The bill would allow the GAO to do a full audit of the Federal Reserve System, otherwise known as the Central Bank of the United States. […]


It would be too easy to give up. I immediately thought that after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Obamacare was constitutional. I was beyond shocked at the decision. Not just because it’s blatantly obvious the Affordable Health Care Act is unconstitutional under the Commerce Clause.  But because Chief Justice John Roberts decided to make the […]


Stunned

28Jun12

Absolutely stunned. And Taxed Enough Already. Taxed E-freaking-nough Already.


With the Tiger Woods fist pump By the way, I do feel kind of bad for Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett for getting slapped after conceding the recall election. Kudos to Barrett for keeping his cool there. Still a bizarre scene. And yes, those in the Twitter Gulag did hear about Walker’s win. Can’t keep that […]


The race for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate in Texas is one I’ve been paying attention to for quite some time.  Tonight, Ted Cruz was able to get enough votes to force a July 31st runoff against Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst. I think both would be good senators. However, in a world where the […]


Before his untimely death, Andrew Breitbart promised a “Vetting of the Prez” leading up to the 2012 election. His point was that President Obama was a radical, who wanted to lead the U.S. towards socialism. From his speech (emphasis mine): Barack Obama is a radical and we should not be afraid to say it… And […]


I don’t know who to vote for this year. Having to decide between Mitt Romney and Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, is going to be extremely tough. I don’t agree with Romney on social policy, and I have serious concerns he’ll abandon the conservatism he supposedly holds dear. With Johnson, I don’t agree with him […]