Monthly Archives: May 2013

Me In The Media? If Only!

Contributed by “The Ed” (photo credit) Oh, if only I were in the media.  The questions I would have for our overlords would gladden the hearts of the remnant in America who love freedom that is married to responsibility.  The … Continue reading

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Rules Are For The Little People

Contributed by “The Ed” There is a reason why the founding fathers established a republic rather than a democracy.  It boils down to one word: rules – or more specifically, rules for the ruling class.  The idea of rules for … Continue reading

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The White House Dance Secretary

Using an innovative new internet technology, I have created a unique 2-camera view of Jay Carney handling the questions from ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl at a White House press conference last week.  The questions pertained to the “stylistic changes” made … Continue reading

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Government Spending Us Into Prosperity Does Not Work

Contributed by “The Ed” On April 24th Yahoo Finance’s internet show “The Daily Ticker” produced a rather audacious video in which co-host Henry Blodget (above, right) proclaimed that the economic argument is over and Paul Krugman won.  The theme of … Continue reading

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Affirmative Action: Is it a Necessity Today?

Originally posted on Black Conservative Independent: The White Sheep of the Black Community:
Many people believe that Affirmative Action is needed in today’s society, I myself think it is no longer relevant or needed. At one point in time is…

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