Monday, June 21, 2010

Obama's Proud Muslim Moment

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Obama's Proud Muslim Moment

Despite an ever-spewing undersea oil well, another increase in weekly jobless claims, and a nation ablaze with immigration concerns, President Obama has finally received good news. His approval ratings are declining dramatically in the Muslim world. He should trumpet that plummet... Continue

America’s Road to Serfdom

Thanks to the attention from Glenn Beck, a recent top seller on is Austria’s Friedrich Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom. The book was written in 1944 to fight the drift from individual freedom and free-market competition to a growing dependence on economies controlled by cent... Continue

A Big Government Disaster

On June 15, 2010, President Barack Obama made his first address to the nation from the oval office. Hearing his address, several things struck me.

First of all, Obama mentioned that when the oil spill occurred, he ordered scientists and the Energy Departme... Continue

Shaking Down the Brits

The BP shakedown is the perfect example of the brainwashing of America. We have been transformed over the past 70 yrs into believing in an all compassionate gummit over capitalism. We have been taught from baby to grave into believing our govt is the only interest powerful enough to stand up to e... Continue

Supreme Court Ducks Question on Taking Property

The legal world has been focused on a constitutional property-rights case before the Supreme Court. Last week the Court handed down its decision, and disappointed those waiting for this decision by deferring the big question to a future case. So it remains unc... Continue

Napolitano: US must balance liberties, security

Fighting homegrown terrorism by monitoring Internet communications is a civil liberties trade-off the U.S. government must make to beef up national security, the nation's homeland security chief said Friday. As terrorists increasingly recruit U.S. citizens, the government needs to constantly balance Americans' civil rights and privacy with the need to keep people safe, said Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. But finding that balance has become more complex as ho... Continue

Neb. town to vote on illegal immigration measure

FREMONT, Neb. – Angered by a recent influx of Hispanic workers attracted by jobs at local meatpacking plants, voters in the eastern Nebraska city of Fremont will decide Monday whether to ban hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants. The vote will be the culmination of a two-year fight that saw proponents collect enough signatures to put the question to a public vote. If the ordinance is approved, the community of 25,000 people could face a long and costly court battle.... Continue

Obama to Pull Troops Out, Against Military's Advice

The Obama administration reaffirmed Sunday that it will begin pulling U.S. troops out of Afghanistan next summer, despite reservations among top generals that absolute deadlines are a mistake. President Barack Obama's chief of staff said an announced plan to begin bringing forces home in July 2011 still holds. "That's not changing. Everybody agreed on that date," Rahm Emanuel said, adding by name the top three officials overseeing the policy girding the war: Gen. David Petraeus... Continue

Obama's Management Style: Bowing and Posturing

After 17 months of apologizing, kow-towing, bowing and tin-cupping around the world, President Obama has shown his true colors to the international community. Watching Obama’s handling of the BP oil spill shows he’s a negligent manager and a poseur who reflects poorly on America. President Obama had an opportunity to show the world his management skills and the international team spirit that he often espouses. Peter Drucker, the management guru, recommends that, during a crisis,... Continue

Government pushing to control Internet

For the past decade, the federal government has been moving to gain effective control over the internet. Now, thanks to legislation just crafted by Sen. Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut, the government may finally realize its goal of being able to control virtually all aspects of the vast internet, including private internet systems.... Continue