Monthly Archives: July 2010

Life can change.

Every now and then, you hear of a story where someone is feeling sick, and after a trip to the doctor their life is never the same. Advertisements

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Alaska – On Vacation

Once again, it’s become abundantly apparent to me that Alaska is the place every freedom loving, Constitutionally minded American should desire to call home! Glad to see there are some places in America that still stock firearms, fishing licenses, and … Continue reading

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Where’s the Wisdom in America….?

America’s infatuation with young, charismatic leadership has left us with dangerously inexperienced and unwise leaders.  Peggy Noonan, again wrote another great WSJ opinion piece discussing the merits of our older generations and what they are doing to today’s leaders in … Continue reading

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Cuban Unemployment….1.7%

Anne-Marie Garcia wrote an article for the Associated Press, that describes employment prospects in Cuba. Due to decisions to expand our government it appears Obama has admired Cuban low unemployment levels. Funny, how we’re going to have to learn from … Continue reading

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Improving American Education….in spite of Teacher Unions

Read an article in the WSJ a while back and have meant to post a link for it. $6,300 – national average for what is spent per child in the American education system $14,300 – spent per child in the … Continue reading

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Congressman Pete Stark – Obama’s Spokesman on Immigration Reform?

Where did this this lunatic come from…..? He’s been in Congress for over 30 years. This is what American citizens are facing when it comes to taking a stand for national sovereignty. When will the insanity end?

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“U.S. Hits Immigration Law”

Read an interesting front-page article in today’s Wall Street Journal. Thankfully, there’s still real leadership in America making tough decisions on behalf of individual states and national security.  Unfortunately, that real leadership isn’t found in the Administration.  At least we … Continue reading

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