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Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy
Like most liberals Christopher Hayes is extremely unhappy with the state of our nation. (Does anyone out there know a happy liberal?) He is tired of the country being governed by what he perceives to …
reviewed The Great American Awakening: Two Yea.... October 21, 2011
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The Great American Awakening: Two Years That Changed American, Washington, and Me
When Jim DeMint of South Carolina was elected to the United States Senate in 2004 he hardly expected to become a household name.  After all, DeMint had represented South Carolina's 4th Congressional …
reviewed The Tea Party Goes To Washington. August 12, 2011
The Tea Party Goes To Washington
"A government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take away everything you have." ---Thomas Jefferson      Truer words were never spoken. Tea Party …
reviewed United States Postal Service (USPS). February 26, 2011
I take no great joy in this but in my view the time has come to completely privatize the United States Postal Service.  Despite numerous rate increases over the past several years the USPS continues …
reviewed Government Employee Unions. December 29, 2010
Government Employee Unions
"Well, it's sundown on the union   And what's made in the USA   Sure was a good idea   'Til greed got in the way." ----from "Union Sundown"  …
reviewed Term Limits. September 24, 2010
Term Limits
With the growing disconnect between the views of the average citizen and our “so-called” representatives in Washington many Americans have come to the conclusion that it is time for our nation …
Stealing Elections
As we approach the 2010 Congressional elections it is difficult not to be alarmed at what has become of the election process in this country.  John Fund brings us all up to date on just what is …
reviewed Money for Nothing: One Man's Journey .... March 05, 2010
The year was 1964.  The State of New Hampshire introduces the first state sponsored lottery in this nation in nearly a century.  The logic was quite simple really.  Lotteries were a relatively …
reviewed The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Peri.... February 06, 2010
The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World
Imagine living in a third world country where a great percentage of your day consists of gathering twigs and sticks or animal dung to use for in preparing the food and keeping your family warm during …
reviewed Congressional Reform Act of 2010. January 28, 2010
Citizen Legislator
"Government is not reason;  it is not eloquence;  it is force!  It is a dangerous servant and a terrible master."  -- George Washington Please take a moment to read the proposed …
Slouching Towards Gomorrah
"They just didn't go into universities. The radicals were not likely to go into business or the conventional practice of the professions.  They were part of the chattering class, talkers …
reviewed Sarah Palin. November 17, 2009
Sarah Palin Headshot
She is a person who resonates with the folks in middle America who "cling to their guns and religion."   Her new book "Going Rogue: An American Life" has been a runaway bestseller …
Consider The Source
It matters not your station in life.  Whether you are a business professional, working journalist, high school or college student or simply a concerned citizen we are all looking for ways to better …
reviewed Cash for Clunkers. October 29, 2009
Cash for Clunkers
Edmunds.com is a website that bills itself as "the premier resource for online automotive information."   Edmunds.com  is by no stretch of the imagination a political …
reviewed Lotteries. October 28, 2009
Back in 1964 the State of New Hampshire introduced the first state sponsored lottery in the United States in nearly a century.  The logic was quite simple really.  Lotteries were thought to …
reviewed National Wildlife Refuges. October 12, 2009
National Wildlife Refuges
Looking for an extra special place to experience the great outdoors?   Consider one of the 548 National Wildlife Refuges which can be found in all 50 states.  The overwhelming majority …
reviewed Public Libraries. September 23, 2009
Public Libraries
Here is one of those rare subjects I think just about all of us can agree on.  The public library is an absolutely indispensible part of any thriving community,  Libraries serve …
reviewed Mark Lloyd. August 15, 2009
Mark Lloyd
I have run out of fingers.  Lets see.....Mark Lloyd's recent appointment as "Chief Diversity Officer" at the FCC makes him something like the 33rd "Czar" in Barack Obama's …
reviewed Defend Your Health Care. July 31, 2009
Defend Your Health Care
SHE HAS ACTUALLY READ THE BILL!   Betsy McCaughey is a health care scholar, patient advocate and a former Lt. Governor of the State of New York.  As such, she is eminently qualified …
reviewed Universal Health Care. July 17, 2009
Health Care
With all due respect Sir,  I firmly believe that this time the American people should hold your feet to the fire.  During your campaign for President you made a number of promises to us.  …
It is true.  Sometimes an average citizen can make a difference.  Janet is a grandmother who resides in California.  She is a patriotic American who is frightened by what she sees going …
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