The government, which for my own purposes I refer to as being synonymous with the state, exists to promote, defend, and expand the rights and liberties of its citizens. This is the commonly stated reason for a government or state to exist: as a mutua
Last week's America's Future Now Conference, hosted by the Campaign for America's future, attracted progressive groups from around the country, including MoveOn, SEIU, ACORN's Project Vote and politicians such as Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Represen
The ACORN apologists over at Media Matters were hard at work last week as they took time to once again whitewash or ignore the truth in order to protect ACORN. Even though Media Matters claims that my article titled “Radical Judicial Nominee Jack McC
The state is the dominant mode of societal organization in our world today. States are proliferating at a rate of 3.1 additional states per year, with the U.N. growing from some 50 members in 1950 to to 191 members today (28, The Untied States of Ame
Helen Thomas, the legendary doyenne of the Washington press corps, recently resigned her position after making the remark that the Jews should decamp Palestine and set off for Poland, Germany, and the United States. It was an impolitic and downright
When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Washington D.C. a few months ago, the President barely gave the man a moment of his time. He actually left Netanyahu to speak with someone else while he went to get something to eat. Obama did n
The biggest deal was the sale of $10 billion in state pension bonds in one day by the now-defunct investment bank Bear Stearns. State lawmakers assumed the bonds would be sold in amounts of $2 billion or $3 billion over a period of time. But Blagojev
Hundreds of female candidates have set their sights on Congress, governorships and state legislatures, and a significant number racked up big wins in Tuesday's primaries. Republican women, in particular, served notice to the old boys of the party.
“If you make a mess, you have to help clean it up”, John "Jack" McConnell said in his opening statement in a case that would have lasting and costly effects. From the looks of things McConnell and his friends may need a mop because there is a trail
Purely by chance, I happened to be in Little Rock, AR just when the news regarding President Clinton’s role in the Obama administration’s illegal effort to offer a job to Rep. Joe Sestak in return for a political favor broke last week in the national
After a year and a half of the Obama Administration, we may safely say certain things about the Obama way of governing. At the forefront of the Obama approach to any problem is the printing of money accompanied by a laissez-faire approach to the syst
Thomas Jefferson said: "I, however, place economy among the first and most important of Republican virtues, and public debt as the greatest of the dangers to be feared." While Jefferson was speaking about spending wisely in this quote, it applies
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THE Duchess of York is shamelessly plotting to sell access to her trade envoy ex-hubby Prince Andrew for £500,000. Greedy Sarah Ferguson, 50, was filmed on Tuesday night taking a $40,000 (£27,000) cash down-payment from an undercover News of the W
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I would have to say that it gratified me to see such a dust up on Linked In & other sites that we post to as well as our own in response to the Newt article. I would preface the rest of this article to say that I would support Newt over another Obam
The other day, during a spirited conversation with Leslie Marshall, a self-identified liberal progressive radio host, I encountered yet another example of the Left’s functional incoherence. Ms. Marshall informed her listeners and me that the recessio
Indiana's congressional delegation will have a different look in January with Rep. Mark Souder's decision to resign. He's the third of the state's nine congressmen to step down this year. The eight-term Republican who promoted abstinence education ro
Party-switching Sen. Arlen Specter fell to a younger and far less experienced rival in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary, and political novice Rand Paul rode support from tea party activists to a Republican rout in Kentucky on Tuesday, the latest j
There may be a small glimmer of hope for our country come 2012. There may be a running of the Newts. That's right, Newt has come out and finally admitted that he may have his eye on the run for the White House in 2012. This is a good thing for man
Arlen Specter (R no, wait - D-PA) is probably nervously biting his nails right now... maybe he'll be watching MSNBC later, listening to Chris Mathews or Keith Olbermann; awaiting the results from the primary in Pennsylvania that is taking place tod
Eric Cantor has come up with a great idea to help Americans communicate their idea of spending cuts to the House. YouCut is a simple way to vote online or on your cell phone on one of five items to cut. The next week, the House Republicans will put t
We told you it would happen. We warned you that if they got their paws on our health care they would start telling us how skinny or how fat we could or should be. Now, Mrs. Obama, the epitome of perfection in all things has started the ball rolling
As we all know, Andy Stern is no longer president of the SEIU (Service Employees International Union); one of, if not THE most politically important union in America. On Saturday, May 8, 2010 a new president was named. Mary Kay Henry was elected by
This is one of those stories that makes it worthwhile for a blogger to get out of bed in the morning. Andy Stern, Chief Thug President of the infamous Service Employees International Union, more commonly known as SEIU, left the union $85 million i
I have become quite the Medicare expert. How? Training for where I work. I have undergone many hours of training on how to explain to people how Medicare works, how the coverage gap works and how you get into and out of the gap. I can tell y
As long as the role of government is limited, and as long people are free to operate within the informal social arrangements of a non-regimented, non-stratified society there’s no tension between equality of opportunity and liberty.
Sedition, Joe Klein informed us (reading off of a napkin), is a threat to "the authority of the state." But the key question is: authority to do what?
Most people agree with him when he gets more than a 10 second sound bite.
Republican state Rep. Stacey Campfield of Knoxville says he parked his car up on the Tennessee Capitol sidewalk with the hazard lights blinking because he was late for the House floor session.