Posts Tagged ‘Politics’

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. […]


Blackout CNN

16Jul12

I’ve been the first to admit I don’t know who I’m voting for in November. While Romney has been saying the right things, I’m not sure he’ll stick to them once he’s in office. I certainly have no plans to vote for President Obama because I think he’ll bankrupt us. There is a viable alternative […]


Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh is in a fierce battle for his political life against Democratic challenger Tammy Duckworth. On Friday, CNN called it the “nastiest race of 2012,” but I’m not sure I agree with that. The reason for this CNN’s assertion is because Walsh told an audience that all Duckworth likes to talk about […]


There’s no good in lobbying people to donate, volunteer, etc. if I don’t do it myself. Hence why I have made donations to Ted Cruz, Joe Walsh, Allen West, Jeff Flake Connie Mack, Richard Mourdock and Wendy Long. I encourage you to do the same, if you so desire. Mitt Romney will have enough cash […]


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 […]


In his recent weekend address, President Obama implores Congress to act on a bill to reduce college loans. While I can understand and appreciate the sentiment, I think the President is wrong how he wants to solve the problem. This is Obama regarding college loans: We know that one of the most important things we […]


I haven’t read up enough on Fast and Furious, but I’ll post several links to people who have been on this story for a very long time. Matthew Boyle has a great story on Eric Holder’s backtracking during Wednesday’s hearing. Katie Pavlich, whose book on Fast and Furious I own but haven’t read (sorry Katie), […]