It’s official, kids: MSNBC finally decided to get their heads in the game. After eight years of Democrat talking points, incomprehensible Leftist babble and the most inexplicably smug presentation outside a Michael Moore “documentary,” the official television outlet of the tinfoil-hat set has tossed Keith Olbermann onto the pavement in front of 30 Rock.
A few years ago, I had a serious wake-up call about how vulnerable my family was to natural and manmade disasters. There were dozens of threats that could quickly disrupt or end life as we know it and Katrina gave us a glimpse into breakdowns in civil order and the Federal government’s inability to effectively respond to localized disasters.
When I talk about “The End of America,” I don’t mean the end of our political union (although I won’t rule that out). I’m talking about the end of the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency. So how will it unfold? That’s what people keep asking me.
Ask a randomly-selected group to name an American civil rights organization, and it’s a fair bet that seven out of 10 will respond: “The NAACP.” The other three are likely busily thumbing through their copies of “Moody Loners’ Monthly.”
I have found that many of my patients who suffer from chronic back pain (caused by strains, osteoarthritis or herniated disc, for example) have a deficiency of vitamin D.
Putting aside the somewhere-between-creepy-and-supremely-twisted electioneering with which the Democrats infused President Barack Obama’s “return to civility” speech last week in the wake of the Tucson tragedy, the honest observer has to offer credit where credit is due.
If you are prepared you will not fear. People spend a lot of money on insurance of all kinds: Life, health, hospitalization, vehicle, property, liability, home, flood, earthquake, catastrophic, malpractice and business.
Reader Mike L. posted a good suggestion the other day: “Why not have an open forum for ideas?” So here’s your chance. I’d like to know what you would do to change things. Post your comments here.
Well, that didn’t take long. As the proverbial smoke clears in Tucson, the march on the Bill of Rights is underway. On Monday, Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC) announced a renewed push to abrogate the 1st Amendment to the Constitution.
In the wake of the shooting in Tucson, Ariz., that left six people dead and 14 injured, politicians are doing what politicians do best: Using a tragedy to push their freedom-stealing agenda.