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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 Letter Everyone Is Talking About

This letter is rapidly circulating around the country. Americans everywhere identify with this 53-year-old woman. Once you read this, you will want to forward it to your friends...

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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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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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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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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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Brian Anderson

God Bless the Congress

Posted on 10 April 2011

The economy is in the crapper. Unemployment continues to rise. Foreclosures are reaching epic proportions. The trade deficit grows. The dollar is worthless. But never mind all that. Congress has finally taken some action to set things right. Earlier this month they stuck it to that steroid-using bastard Roger Clemens. I will sleep better knowing my government is on the job. Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Was The Economic Crisis Manufactured?

Posted on 10 April 2011

Originally posted 2011-04-10 23:30:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter by Nancy MorganRightBias.comMarch 6, 2011 In the summer of 2008 as McCain and Obama were in the midst of their campaigns to capture the presidency, a series of events dramatically changed the focus of the campaign from Iraq to the economy. From that point on, Obama took […] Continue Reading

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Nancy Morgan

Calibrate This, Mr. President

Posted on 10 April 2011

Dear Mr. President, I'm one of those Americans that lives in flyover country. I was treated to your much publicized 'teaching moment' last night and felt a response was warranted. I'd like to say, with all respect, that this American resents the patronizing arrogance you exhibited as you deigned to 'teach America' about race. First off, I don't need lessons on race from you. I take my teachings from the Bible, not a man who sat through 20 years of 'hate whitey' sermons. I'd much prefer you bestow your teachable moments on, oh, say terrorists, or enemies of democracy. 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

Obama Is Not Telling The Truth

Posted on 10 April 2011

Obama is increasingly resembling the errant husband, who, when caught in bed with another woman by his wife blandly asserts, "What woman? Who are you going to believe - me or the evidence of your own eyes?" He is asking Americans to ignore the evidence of their own eyes and believe him. After all, he is the President of the United States, which implies honor, integrity, and character. Or used to. Continue Reading

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From the Editor

John Stossel Airs Program on Atlas Shrugged

Posted on 10 April 2011

John Stossel, the respected reporter who in October last year joined Fox Business, will be airing a program discussing topics from Ayn Rand's great work "Atlas Shrugged." The program will air this Thursday, January 7 at 8:00 PM Eastern on Fox Business. Continue Reading

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A French Infantryman’s View of American Soldiers

Posted on 10 April 2011

The US often hears echoes of worldwide hostility against the application of its foreign policy, but seldom are they reached by the voices of people who experience first hand how close we (the French) are to the USA. In spite of contextual political differences and conflicting interests that generate friction, we do share the same fundamental values - and when push comes to shove that is what really counts. Continue Reading

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From the Editor

Simple Solution for the Economy

Posted on 10 April 2011

The easiest solutions are usually the best solutions. In the Business Section of last weekend's (July 5, 2009) St. Petersburg Times Newspaper the editor challenged the readers to come up with creative ways to fix the economy ("How Would You Fix the Economy?"). One reader submitted a magnificently simple proposal. 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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Margaret Goodwin

How To Undermine the Economy

Posted on 10 April 2011

If you wanted to come up with a plan to undermine the economy of the most prosperous and successful nation on earth, how would you go about it? The first thing you’d have to do would be to debase the underlying value system that provides the foundation for prosperity. That is, the value system to which the founders of this nation, and many generations of immigrants who came here seeking opportunity, subscribed. The core of that value system is the belief that you do not deserve anything you have not earned. 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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From the Editor

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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From the Editor

Trust in Government and Health Care Reform

Posted on 10 April 2011

Trust between the government and the people that elect it is the pivotal aspect of a democracy. When that trust is damaged, discontent rises. When its lost, a society faces serious risks of disintegration and chaos. Where are we in present times? To me it certainly feels like somewhere in between the two. Let me explain why. Continue Reading

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From the Editor

Our Values and Our Progeny

Posted on 10 April 2011

Originally posted 2009-05-30 21:02:40. Republished by Blog Post PromoterOne of the greatest gifts we can pass on to our children is the portfolio of values that we spend our life’s years developing. And we hope that, as our children weave their way through the obstacles that they will undoubtedly face in their own lives, they […] 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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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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