UNAMERICAN: SOPA,Internet IP Protection and other Internet Censorship

Thought I’d make myself clear on my stand on the proposed SOPA and other Internet censorship bills that are being introduced and muled over in Congress.

For one: It’s NOT American and stands against the Constitution.

It takes away from our freedom of Speech and I bet a few more rights. Read more of this post

Obama: America Has Gone Soft

There are many things that can be said about this country. Going back to the days of our founding, some of the greatest thinkers in our era of history recognized America as a place of true freedom, unlike any place that ever existed. As Alexis De Tocqueville toured the US he wrote about the relationship of religion and freedom:

Upon my arrival in the United States, the religious aspect of the country was the first thing that struck my attention; and the longer I stayed there, the more did I perceive the great political consequences resulting from this state of things, to which I was unaccustomed. In France I had almost always seen the spirit of religion and the spirit of freedom pursuing courses diametrically opposed to each other; but in America I found that they were intimately united, and that they reigned in common over the same country. Read more of this post

Where is the Debate on the Budget ?

So It looks like the government hold outs are being made over what really are ludicrously small spending cuts. The 40 Billion dollar shave is barely akin to peeling a part of an Apple’s skin off. I made the point yesterday that if the democrats even want to have a chance at the negotiating table, they need to come prepared. To date we still haven’t seen a single proposal from them, while at the same time every republican solution has been shot down as politically motivated. Nobody’s goal in the republican party is for a shutdown, although it is becoming very apparent that it is becoming the only solution until the left drops the political games. Read more of this post

Government Shutdown: So Who’s Really Responsible?


The debate continues for what is going to be the ultimate solution to our federal budget problem, an issue which arguably began last October when the then Democrat controlled legislature failed to produce a budget for fiscal 2011. In the last couple months, lawmakers have juggled a number of short term continuing resolutions in order to prevent a potential shutdown from taking place as federal funds get cut off. Anyone who looks at this situation objectively would realize the serious need of cuts in spending if the fiscal situation is to be brought under control in the near future. Unfortunately that has not been the rule of the game in Washington, where it has literally been an all out political fist fight over every last dime of federal spending. Read more of this post

An Open Letter to Rosa DeLauro – Congresswoman – Connecticut

Well you know a moronic maniac congresswoman when you see them. Part of villifying the progressive movement is flushing them out into the open and exposing them for how embarassingly bad they are. Do you need proof? Well here:

Three days after her overwhelming victory in the liberal-stricken New Haven County district, I sent her a letter asking politely for her to clarify her stances on some issues. She has declined to respond. I am now making the letter public. Read more of this post


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