Tag Archives: National Politics & Policy
The Supreme’s are back
The Supreme Court is back in session, and their first decision of the 2008-2009 US tour lifted a lower court ban on sonar use off the California coast. This from Yahoo news. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the majority … Continue reading
Talk radio as performance art.
The ‘Fairness Doctrine would force private businesses to use their money and their time in a manner defined by the federal government. If station owners with right leaning content did not include political content that toes the Democrat party line, … Continue reading
What say the NEA
My wife (she’s a part time teacher) got this nifty piece of NEA propaganda yesterday, (we actually get enough annually to clear a small Brazilian Rain Forrest–just in case you wondered where those dues went, other than to Democrat politicians) … Continue reading
Is there a cure for VA’s disease?
In the interest of showing interest in the troops when they are no longer troops, politicians have invested at least vocally, in promoting their efforts to improving VA care. I’m all for improving this care, but I question the need … Continue reading
Cleaning Queen Nancy’s House
Your voice in Washington has been stolen from you, but is democracy officially dead? When you voted for a congressman, no matter who it was, you got a person whose job it is, to ensure that they could cast votes … Continue reading
Military absentee ballots still in a quagmire
It seems to me that people whose primary job it is to protect our right to vote ought to be afforded the same privilege. But the Democrat majority in congress has proven again that their rhetoric about supporting the troops … Continue reading
The Lie of Roe v. Wade
The left has been hiding something from you for the past 30 years. They have done such a thorough job of it that people I have known most of my life, people with doctorates, college professors, businessmen, even a member … Continue reading
Shaheens stem cell “Surge”
Governor Jeanne has launched a counter attack against the Republican War on Science. This surprised me because I didn’t even know we had one. But My curiosity was rewarded when it became clear that the forefront of this war–at least from … Continue reading
Death knell for the Greene Jeanne routine?
I’m finding plenty of holes in Jeanne’s energy initiatives of late. If you are unfamiliar with them, they are on her policy page. I’m not linking to it anymore unless she changes it. And I’m thinking she might have to. … Continue reading
Save the Middle class with sunshine and hot air.
The latest radio ad to hit New Hampshire is pushing the Renewable Energy and Job creation act. (HR 6049) The bill was sponsored by Charles Rangel (D-NY). **Warning** , **Warning** but failed to get through the Senate. >The premise of the ad is … Continue reading