Category Archives: THE ADMINISTRATION

News media misses the story again… Executive Order #94


Since Friday, every single news network has been totally immersed in Hurricane Irene.  Everything else remotely newsworthy around the world came to a screeching halt in the U.S. as reporters endlessly guesstimated where the hurricane would hit, how big it … Continue reading

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Obama says he’s ready to compromise…


But does he mean it?  For the first time, in this press conference he used the term “Progressives” twice.  His progressive socialist agenda is becoming more and more clear for all to see, if only they would. Later in his … Continue reading

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Freedom 21 is where we should be spending our time


1. John Perna lives in Columbia and has a very informative site you should visit. 2. The following text is a response I sent to someone else earlier and the info is worth sharing. He asked if A21 was being … Continue reading

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Did the State of the Union impress anyone?


How did the State of the Union resonate overseas?  Read Janet Daley’s column in the London Telegraph: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/janetdaley/100073515/obamas-state-of-the-union-speech-underwhelming-with-a-lukewarm-reception/

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Wikileaks… right or wrong?


“When speech jeopardizes national security:  the legal challenges posed by Wikileaks and the rise of electronic media.” Constitutional lawyer Wendy Keefer comes back in March for a discussion of Wikileaks, which has just been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.   … Continue reading

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How many govt. employees do we have, actually?


Columnist Ian Murray (The National Review)  has done a fine job of totalling them all up for you.  What would you guess?   2%?   5%?   20%?   30%?   Would you believe 40 million? http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/print/258768

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Online expense posting could bring big savings


Online expense posting could bring big savings Caption:  Sen. Hugh Leatherman announces his support of a Senate bill that would mandate posting all expenses of institutions of higher learning online.  He was followed by Sen. Mike Rose.  (Photo by Linda … Continue reading

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