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Campaign in Poetry, Govern in Prose

Narcissistic people do not do well when the cards are stacked against them. Few would argue that Barak Obama possesses a rich dose of such self-absorbing traits.

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Public Good and the Law of Unintended Consequences

No American should dare contribute their vote, nor voice their opinion on the health care debate without first reading the book Atlas Shrugged

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The Pain In My Wallet

The answers to bring sanity back into the doctor-patient relationship (particularly the financial part of it) are so glaringly simple and have been so widely discussed. Among these the most significant ...

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Is Meritocracy Dead in America?

Originally posted 2009-06-29 20:46:54. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIt was a beautiful day on Long Island today, as my daughter fussed over her cap and gown, getting ready for her high school graduation. The rite of passage that is the graduation ceremony was to be the highlight of our day, the last ritual before going […]

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The Lobbyist Does Not Speak the Peoples’ Voice

The Constitution lays the foundation for a relationship between the people and their government. This relationship is, to a significant degree, founded on the trust that each citizen places with their elected representatives. These representatives, whether local, regional or national, by being elected to their posts, accept the responsibility of supporting their constituents’ ideals, goals and principles. They become servants of the people, an extension of their individual voices in the collective government they comprise.

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An American Entrepreneur

Posted on 10 April 2011

This slightly humorous but nonetheless serious expose of the very real costs associated with irresponsible behavior by some. Its may not seem like a significant issue until you sit down and really analyze and calculate the real consequences of these types of a lifestyle on all those who are forced to support it with their tax dollars. dollars. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Under The Radar: 10th Amendment Movement Picks Up Steam

Posted on 10 April 2011

Millions of Americans watch with horror as the Obama administration continues to implement its own version of 'change.' Change that involves an unprecedented and systematic devolution of power to the federal government, in direct contravention of the Constitution. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

My Liberal Friend

Posted on 10 April 2011

My liberal friend Pam and I are a perfect example of the class warfare currently being waged in America between the 'haves' and the 'have nots.' Also known as 'the war against the rich,' or, in a nutshell, socialism. Though Pam and I are lifelong friends, we couldn't be more different. Pam is the quintessential liberal, quick to espouse views that show America in a bad light. Sarah Palin is evil, Bush is bad and anyone (like myself) that doesn't base their decisions on feelings is, well, just plain uncompassionate. End of story. I, on the other hand, am a traditional, conservative Christian. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

I Discriminate

Posted on 10 April 2011

I discriminate. All the time. When I see black teenagers with gang tats coming towards me, I'll move to the other side of the street. Now if they were carrying Bibles, I might not be as worried. Not a day goes by that I don't discriminate. The left calls this racism. I call it survival. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Why I Became a Conservative

Posted on 10 April 2011

For the first time in my life, I picked up a National Review magazine and started reading. I moved on to the Washington Times, American Spectator and various other conservative publications I had never been aware of before. The more I read, the angrier I got. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

How To Become a ‘Citizen of the World’

Posted on 10 April 2011

In the summer of 2008, then presidential candidate Barack Obama delivered a historic campaign speech in Germany. With the Berlin Wall as a back drop, Obama proudly informed the masses that he was not there as a candidate, but as "...a fellow citizen of the world." Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

bin Laden is Laughing

Posted on 10 April 2011

Terrorists the world over are laughing into their turbans and praising Allah five times a day for the naive Americans who were responsible for electing Barack Hussein Obama as president of the U.S. And they're giving a special thanks to the American media, specifically, the Washington Post, for giving them all the information they need to target the security agencies created in response to 9-11. bin Laden is laughing because America's political and media elites are doing his job for him. The Washington Post just gave bin Laden all the intelligence he needs to effectively counter any remaining efforts to combat Islamic terrorism. Continue Reading

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Wenchypoo

The Amish: Their Past and Present May Hold Our Future

Posted on 10 April 2011

If you ever wanted to see where we’re likely headed with the economy, oil use, work life, and self-sustainability, you should look to the Amish and their culture. Their past represents our possible future, and provides some wonderful clues about how to deal with it. Continue Reading

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Scott Spiegel

Are Volcanoes Subject to Cap-and-Trade

Posted on 10 April 2011

As the Senate gears up to introduce its version of the House’s cap-and-trade global warming legislation next week, it’s instructive to consider the impact of myriad geological, meteorological, and astronomic effects on climate change, as exhaustively chronicled in Australian scientist Ian Plimer’s essential new book Heaven and Earth: Global Warming: The Missing Science. Continue Reading

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On the Health Care System We Aspire To

Posted on 10 April 2011

There can be very little doubt, and certainly countless examples of dysfunctional government programs across Europe and other countries serve as an example, that a private health care system necessarily offers superior services at a competitive price. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Hey, Obama – You’re Not My Daddy

Posted on 10 April 2011

Obama and his buddies seem intent on treating me as if I am still a child. Not a day goes by that I don't see the image of our dear leader on television imploring me to wash my hands, urging dads to be good dads, and lecturing me on what I can and cannot say. I don't need or want your advice on how to live my life. In fact, I quite resent your blatant patronization and condescension. Continue Reading

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Scott Spiegel

If At First You Don’t Succeed, Fail, Fail Again!

Posted on 10 April 2011

Five months after the stimulus bill was passed, we can now say that we’ve witnessed the following under-stimulating results. Payrolls are falling more than forecast, with employers having cut 467,000 jobs in June, following a 322,000-job decline in May. Factory jobs fell by 136,000 after dropping 156,000 in May. < ...> Continue Reading

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The ‘Another Fine Mess’ That is California

Posted on 10 April 2011

Originally posted 2009-06-21 23:59:11. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIn the immortal words of Laurel and Hardy: “Here’s another fine mess you’ve got me into.” And there’s probably no better way to describe the situation that California, this once prosperous state, which from the days of the gold rush has attracted millions to its Pacific shores […] Continue Reading

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On the Hidden Dangers of Comparative Effectiveness

Posted on 10 April 2011

Originally posted 2009-06-18 21:15:49. Republished by Blog Post PromoterAs part of the stimulus spending package approved by the government earlier this year, funding in the amount of $1.1 billion was included to sponsor research into comparing the relative effectiveness of one form of medical treatment to another. Such research, as the program’s sponsors and supporters […] Continue Reading

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Wenchypoo

Fun With Cost Cutting

Posted on 10 April 2011

Instead of installing The Complete Lives System of Ezekiel Emanuel through H-R 3200, why not do some basic things like: (1) Promote and adhere to the 5 Basics for Disease-Cutting. (2) Promote my own proposal items for health care coverage. (3) Quit covering illegal aliens and anchor babies--send them home instead. (4) End the fraud, waste, and abuse of Medicare funds. Read full article, which covers the remaining six items. And why does it always take an unemployed housewife to solve these problems? :) Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

My Destructive Generation

Posted on 10 April 2011

My generation could well be the first generation in American history to leave our country worse off than we found it. I am a member of the baby boomer generation. The generation that came of age in the late sixties during the turbulent times of Woodstock, Watergate and Vietnam. The generation that is now holding the reins of power in most American institutions, from politics to media, to education and culture. The generation that will likely be responsible for squandering America's hard won freedoms and changing America into a third world country, all in the name of 'equality' and 'social justice.' Continue Reading

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Brian Brown

Daniel Hannan on the American Past and Future

Posted on 10 April 2011

Last week Daniel Hannan, the member of the European Parliament best-known for his scathing dressing-down of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, delivered a lecture at The Heritage Foundation. Hannan articulates American political principles better than most Americans, and warns against chasing a technocratic solution to healthcare or any other problem. Though he underestimates how far America has already walked down the path of rationalism, he is an entertaining speaker who has a penchant for quietly working great political thought into his words (see if you can find the subtle not-quite-quotations of Edmund Burke). Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Doing D.C.

Posted on 10 April 2011

If you're one of the unfortunate Americans that live in fly-over country, I have bad news for you. Our nation's capitol is now pretty much off-limits to you. Last week I had business in Washington, D.C. and planned a few extra days to re-acquaint myself with our nation's history. It turned out to be the week from hell. Continue Reading

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