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TWO AMERICAS

Monday, January 06, 2014
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California and Nancy Pelosi

Monday, January 06, 2014
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All 10 of the facts below were published in the Los Angeles Times! Read More»

Are the Elites Finally Admitting that Multiculturalism has Failed?

Wednesday, October 20, 2010
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Big news last week when German Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted that Germany's great multicultural experiment had failed, and Germany's future was threatened by Muslims who had not assimilated. Read More»

Republican Pledge - Good, but Good Enough?

Thursday, September 30, 2010
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I've reviewed the R pledge and find it refreshing and far beyond anything presented in the past and well advanced above anything the D's have produced. It's certainly a refreshing step in the right direction, but will it be a REVIVING step? The answer will be determined by who'll be the R party 'bus drivers'; if one of them is going to be Newt Gingrich, then I'm not getting on the bus - I'll find a seat on a conservative bus with a genuinely qualified driver. Why? Do I need to mention more of a reason than the first 'Contract with America' that Newt initiated in 1994? As Dr. Phil would say, how'd that work for ya?

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Taxes and Human Behavior

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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In the latter months of 2008, liberals commented on how the increase in oil prices led to consumers using less gasoline and how the subsequent lower energy prices after the bursting of the oil bubble led to consumers driving more than when gasoline cost four dollars a gallon.  A December, 2008 editorial in the New York Times points out that lower gasoline prices make fuel efficient automobiles less desirable for purchase.  In this editorial, the Old Gray Lady uses this fact to support a steep gas tax increase to drive up the cost of energy and with it the demand for fuel efficient automobiles and the reduction in the use of oil. Read More»

Do We know LEFT from RIGHT?

Sunday, September 05, 2010
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Too often we label people and dismiss them based on whether or not they claim to be on the LEFT or the RIGHT. Some times we confuse Liberalism with Leftism, Leftism with "Democratism", and sometimes we confuse modern Republicanism with "Rightism", but what we do that is most dangerous is to confuse Leftism with "Rightism". Like I said, it's confusing.....  Read More»

In the Age of Obama, Dissent is not to be Tolerated

Saturday, September 04, 2010
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Recently, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked for her opinion on the raging controversy over the decision to approve the building of a mosque just mere blocks from the devastation of the 9/11 attacks at Ground Zero.  Pelosi responded: “In America you have the right to build a mosque anywhere you want, or to protest it, or to be investigated by the Federal government for protesting it." Read More»

OBAMA: Principled, Politically Inept, or Sly like a Fox?

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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The polling numbers indicate the rock star status of President Obama has almost completely vanished. I have friends----probably many more than I know or I’d like to admit---who actually voted for Obama. Interestingly, I’ve had several of those friends fess up in the past few months. At that time, they both admitted they had voted for Obama and admitted it was an error they wished they hadn’t made. What happens to these former Obama voters in 2012? Well it’s too early to know….unfortunately memories are much too short.  Read More»

Missouri’s 'Proposition C' and the Future of the Obamacare Mandate

Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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The future of Obamacare is unknown and while complete repeal is unlikely, major reforms to the law seem much more possible now thanks to a vote in the Show-Me state that sent shockwaves throughout Washington and the ruling political class. Read More»

The Myth of Obamacare: Healthcare Reform vs. Insurance Reform

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
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To hear supporters of the new law and some folks who are just ignorant of the law itself tout the healthcare law as healthcare reform only infuriates those of us who know what it truly is: it may be referred to as health insurance reform (although, reform in a positive sense is not what the law does at all) but the law is certainly not reform of the healthcare industry.  Read More»