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obama_responsibility

Actually, the Obama Spending Binge Really Is Happening


By James Pethokoukis via The American May 23, 2012, 10:33 am Until Barack Obama took office in 2009, the United States had never spent more than 23.5% of GDP, with the exception of the World War II years of 1942-1946. Here’s the Obama spending record: 25.2% of GDP in 2009 24.1% of GDP in 2010 […]

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A picture of a painting the USA founding fathers signing the Declaration of Independence

Liberty, and The Purpose For The Second Amendment


This is why the founders of our nation added the second amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  It was never for hunting nor sport.  It was to make sure the citizens could prevent tyranny. In 1946, returned veterans from World War II found their local government of McMinn Tennessee was a corrupt and entrenched political machine.  […]

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Conservative Solutions to Liberal Issues (updated)


I made a promise to a commenter on one of my blog posts that I would post such an article.  Here is my fulfillment of that promise.  Besides, I think it an important topic anyway.  Everyone, regardless of their politics, have genuine concerns and hopes and dreams.  The differences being how they are addressed.  I […]

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The “Ground Zero” Mosque and Reality vs. Hype


It would appear Islam that has zero tolerance.  When Mecca allows a Cathedral, Temple, or even a simple chapel to be built, then I’ll consider their quests for “tolerance” to be valid.  All Islam has done throughout its history is conquer and oppress those that are non-Muslim.  I hear them talking, but their actions are […]

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The “War” on Terrorism


I recently read an article by the lovely and very eloquent Ann Coulter.  She was praising President George W. Bush for keeping us safe for the past seven years, and I join her in that praise.  However, I have some complaints as to how President Bush has fought the war on terror the past seven […]

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Europe vs. the USA


For the past 1000+ years, the average time span between major war involving governmental or boundary changes in Europe and even Asia, has been 68 years.  Most have involved some power-hungry megalomaniac desiring land and power.  This same region claims to be the intellectual powerhouse of the world, they claim to be progressive, and full […]

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