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MARCH 12, 2009

"Let the influx of money be ever so great, if there is no confidence, property will sink in value..... The circulation of confidence is better than the circulation of money." -- James Monroe (1758-1831), Speech in the Virginia Convention, June 20, 1788

(Sometime you just have to wonder if our Founding Fathers could see into the future.)


Geeez!  Yesterday morning President Obama signed another stimulus bill and  less than a minute later the stock market headed down again.

The Tenth Amendment Movement and other stuff (important for you to know):

“Since when is the secret ballot a basic tenet of democracy?” - Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa:

Extravagence, secrecy, and enemies lists (and $100/lb steaks):
Pelosi incredibly arrogant:

A eulogy:

A look at the earmarks:

Info on the earmarks and pork:

Introduction of card-check bill results in loss in price of Wal Mart stock:

Good grief - Pelosi open to another stimulus bill:

When Reid (or Pelosi) say something like this you'd better start looking around:

"Going Galt?"  A list of articles on a growing phenomenon:

Here's an answer that has worked before:

Who can provide a better medical electronic records system?  The government or Wal Mart?:

Rhode Island's answer to the bad economy?  Cut business and personal taxes:

Economists give Obama Administration failing grade:

You just know liberals dreamed this up:

State of Connecticut has a bill that would allow public councils to make decisions regarding internal operations of the Catholic Church.  Just one more example of the battle of liberalism vs religion:

Brits say it is "unbelivably hard" to deal with the Obama Administration.  It is due to people with no government experience and downright incompetence:

More than $25,000,000 in earmarks for Massachusetts is going to projects for the Kennedys:

Florida plans to ease the effect of a poor economy by easing restrictions on new construction:

Toronto spends $50,000 to study disposable paper cups:

Federal spending growing nine times faster than average American's income:

American companies moving to Switzerland to escape even higher business taxes proposed by Obama Administration:

Paris fashion show (hang on to your chair):

"<CRUNCH>.... Captain, I think we've found that missing jackup rig:"

And most of it went to Democrats:

As if what they already got wasn't enough they want $30-billion more:

People have less money to spend.  That is the root cause of our nation's financial problems.  What is our politician's answer?  Give huge amounts of money to businesses that make things so that they can supply more of the things the public can't afford.  Some are predicting the worst is yet to come:

SF Police Union accuses Bill Ayers and wife Bernardine Dohrn of 1970 bombing of a city police station:,2933,508948,00.html

Obama appointees not honest people:

Mexico becoming narco-state:

New Taliban chief was released from Gitmo:

"We planned the 9/11 attacks":

In defense of The Constitution:

Anybody remember why the DOE was established?:

Star Spangled Banner:

Bill's penis:,

Liberal writer opposes hypocrisy of the left:

Stop pandering to freedom's enemies:

Oh, yes she did:

Comparing health care:


Are you unhappy with the way many things are going in the USA?  If you are then let your elected representatives hear from you.  Our nation is a "representative republic."  In other words a nation where our legislators are supposed to represent your wishes, but, if you don't let them hear from you how are they supposed to know what things concern you?  Generally liberals are more group oriented than are conservatives, and tend to be more activist in nature. That's why things in our country have been becoming more and more liberal in nature, even though conservatives outnumber the liberals.  Remember, our nation only works as our founders designed it to work if the citizens participate in its operation.

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