The Presidential debate Wednesday night showed once again that neither of the rubes at the top the Presidential ticket understands the Constitution. I would suggest both should go back and read the document for the 17 enumerated powers, but I’m sure neither would get it.
Barack Obama is having a “Mission Accomplished” moment. In August, the President went to Fort Bliss, Texas, on “an official trip marking the two-year anniversary of the end of the U.S. combat mission in Iraq.” But according to The New York Times, U.S. troops may be headed back.
Finally, after 11 long and bloody years, it appears as if the war hawks are growing weary of the perpetual war. Even Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) said last week: “I think all options ought to be considered.”
The free exchange of information on the Internet has eliminated Big Brother’s ability to control the message. This makes elites walking the halls of power uneasy. That’s why efforts by government to regulate and censor the Internet won’t die.
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning White House usurper may be getting a lesson that when you play with snakes, you get bitten. The snakes are the al-Qaida terrorists and radical Muslim Brotherhood Islamists that President Barack Obama and NATO backed in Libya and Egypt.
I am often asked if the government could once again choose to confiscate gold from individuals. The clear answer is: yes, if the government knows you have it. Buy gold; just don’t tell anyone you have it.
For the rank and file, the Democratic Party is the party that encourages infanticide and perverted lifestyles. That sort of behavior can be glorified only when God is not recognized. So the rank and file left God out of the party’s platform and then booed when He was put back in.
The Chappell Hill Bank located just north of Houston has been robbed five times in its 100-plus year history, most recently in March 2010. Bank President Ed Smith didn’t want it to happen again. So he posted a message for would-be robbers.
On Tuesday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration proclaimed in a news release, “NHTSA and EPA have issued joint Final Rules for Corporate Average Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas emissions regulations for model years 2017 and beyond.”
On the campaign stump last week, Mitt Romney took a thinly veiled swipe at President Barack Obama’s birth certificate controversy when he said to a crowd in Michigan: “No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate.”