Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Latest OB Presser OMG- Or I as I like to call them “The Silent Scream to my sensibilities”


“As long as I am an American citizen and American blood runs in these veins I shall hold myself at liberty to speak, to write, and to publish whatever I please on any subject.” – Elijah Parish Lovejoy (1802-1837) Seriously, … Continue reading

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Food Not Bombs and Anonymous launch simultaneous attacks on Orlando


As I traveled through the world of “Facebook News Feeds” this morning, I came across a video blog from a rock station DJ on one of my favorite radio stations. He had recorded a pretty good rant this morning about a development that … Continue reading

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Founding Principles – Individual Rights by Charlotte Cushman


http://www.sd47gop.org/?page_id=9645 “I want you to look at the birth of a miracle: the United States of America. If it is ever proper for men to kneel, we should kneel when we read the Declaration of Independence. The concept of individual … Continue reading

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Why the “Balanced Budget Amendment” is a Hoax – and a Deadly Trap by Publius Huldah


This is an article written by Publius Huldah posted on her blog. By Publius Huldah. You can not responsibly support a proposed Amendment to Our Constitution unless you have read and understand the proposal and how it would change our … Continue reading

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Look… On the horizon! I see a ship with a socialist flag. Is it taking the black community forward or back in history?


I was making my rounds earlier today and came across a very thought provoking piece by Colin over at Fleece Me. The piece, A clarion call African Americans, takes on a very difficult topic: the black community and what it can … Continue reading

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Why Americans need to get greedy. Learn from the lessons of the world.


When you go to the bank for a consolidation loan, they use criteria to determine whether you should receive that loan. Among those criteria is the need to determine the risk of loaning money. In other words, to understand why you are … Continue reading

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The More That You Know…


“On this day in history, June 21, 1832, Republican Congressman Joseph Hayne Rainey was born. Congressman Rainey, who was born a slave, was the 1st black man to serve in the U.S. Congress. Rainey, who represented South Carolina’s 1st district, … Continue reading

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Wisdom Of The Day: James Garfield


“If that body be ignorant, reckless, and corrupt, it is because the people tolerate ignorance, recklessness, and corruption. If it be intelligent, brave, and pure, it is because the people demand these high qualities to represent them…” ~ James Garfield

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Here are Congressman West’s 6 month accomplishments… What has your Congressman done for you?


This came in about three weeks ago, on June 6th to be exact… This is a revieew of all that Congressman Allen West has accomplished in his first 6 months on the Hill. Here is a man who has a … Continue reading

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Video: Rep. Renee Ellmers Questions Timothy Geithner At Business Hearing


As The Chef pointed out earlier, there has been a discussion going on with regards to taxes on the small business owners up on Capitol Hill. A few days ago, freshman Congresswoman Renee Elmers had the opportunity to speak with … Continue reading

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