Monthly Archives: August 2014

Pillow Fluffing Plain and Fancy

Pillow Fluffing Plain and Fancy Apparently some members of the media are upset that the administration is actively pursuing some in the media for reporting stories that are classified. The reporters don’t always seem to get the facts that they … Continue reading

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The Best Candidate

The Best Candidate As we approach this year’s midterm elections we will see quite a few candidates. Some will be adequate, some will be pitiful and very few, if any, will be great. Most will spend a lot of money, … Continue reading

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How the State Department spent $545,000

How the State Department spent $545,000 State Department hires company to prep officials for congressional grillings. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/08/09/state-department-hires-company-to-prep-officials-for-congressional-grillings/ The State Department is spending a fortune trying to teach its employees how to testify before Congress. I know how to do it, … Continue reading

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Politicians in Handcuffs

Collected essays highlighting the wonders of the Free Market Economy, and the problems and pitfalls created by our ever present elected empty suits! We are the victims of the low-information voter. They are easily impressed by an elected empty suit … Continue reading

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Liberals Complain about the Overreach of Government

Liberals Complain about the Overreach of Government http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/lefty-robert-redford-sues-new-york-unfair-taxes Robert Redford who has sung the praises of liberal causes most of his adult life recently (2005) had the good fortune to sell his share of the Sundance Channel. I don’t know … Continue reading

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Senators Seek to Protect 15,000 Postal Jobs

Senators Seek to Protect 15,000 Postal Jobs Several US Senators are trying to pass legislation to prevent the United States Postal Service from streamlining their operations by closing 80 facilities. This will also eliminate about 15,000 jobs. The USPS is … Continue reading

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Economic Patriotism

Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard discusses economic Patriotism Our elected empty suits show their frustration when the do their best to take much more from the taxpayers, in this case corporate taxpayers, and are frustrated when the taxpayers dodge … Continue reading

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