Security Fail Is a Government Tradition

Internet Security Surprised by the abysmal security? You shouldn’t be. Because the Obama-compliant media is all too willing to let us forget, it is almost hard to remember all the incredible problems with the government’s healthcare exchange. But one major problem (which is almost certainly still with us) was the lack of security. In fact, this was not just an issue of incompetence, but also of deception and reckless endangerment as Americans were encouraged (and legally required!) to Read more [...]
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Hope! Repealing Obamacare May Be on GOP Agenda

repeal obamacare Is John Boehner serious about repealing Obamacare? The Washington Times headline caught my eye yesterday. Could it be true? “Boehner vows House will repeal Obamacare.” The problem is the content of the story didn’t seem quite as robust as the headline: He did, however, say the House will vote to repeal Obamacare and will also likely pass a bunch of bills to carve out some of the most contentious parts such as a tax on medical devices or the individual mandate. “We need to put Read more [...]
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Six Judges Resign When Ordered to Marry Same Sex Couples

broken marriage Same sex marriage does not exist and people with integrity refuse to pretend that it does. According to the New American, six county magistrates have resigned their offices rather than submit to a court order to (pretend to) marry homosexual partners. As reported earlier The New American, on October 20 Swain County Magistrate Judge Gilbert Breedlove, in office for nearly 25 years, resigned his position following a federal court ruling that struck down North Carolina's voter-passed constitutional Read more [...]
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Voters Voted for Gridlock and Liberals Know It

gridlock2 There should be no doubt that Americans voted for gridlock by voting for Republicans. On November 4, while Americans were voting in overwhelming numbers for Republicans, The Huffington Post ran a piece by Jeff Schweitzer: “The Price of Failure and Rise of Extremism: How Democrats Blew It.” Mitch McConnell, with a straight face and no apparent appreciation for irony, said that voters should install a Republican majority in the Senate because his party would "be able to bring the current Read more [...]
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Christianity Today Obscures Issue with Homosexual Publishing

speak truth The fact that a self-proclaimed Christian publisher engaged in homosexual publishing gets obscured in news report. Journalists possess an incredible amount of power to shape the reader's opinion. An artful introductory phrase can push people in an entirely misleading direction from the start, and deprive them of an accurate understanding of the event in view. Most people know only what the writer tells them, so this power is hard to exaggerate. Consider this article from Read more [...]
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Which Day? The Legislation of Morality

Ten Commandments Program_cropped Every law is the legislation of morality. When people deny this is so, they usually are confusing the terms. Yes it is true that we cannot change someone’s heart, we cannot force them to faith in Christ by legislation, yet every piece of legislation crafted is expressing that one thing is right and something else is wrong.  One thing is just, something else is unjust.  One thing is good and something else is evil.  It is all an expression of the values of the legislator. I am amazed that Read more [...]
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Is The Man In the White House Mentally Ill?

obama cowboy Admit it: if he is mentally ill that would explain a lot. I am not asking this with my tongue in my cheek. I am as serious as a judge. As I sit here and write, I am listening to Mr. Obama's press conference. Something is very wrong with this guy.  He is either mentally ill or demon possessed.  Either choice is a possibility. But something is definitely wrong with him.  He seems somehow inhuman. I’ve lived my entire life in a world of athletic competition.  I understand the human emotion Read more [...]
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“Republicans Won Big So They Need to Rebuild Their Brand”

Ideology_democrat_vs_republican_cropped The Republicans won but the media wants us to believe they are the losers. I heard this just a little while ago on my car radio and ended up yelling at my dashboard. I don’t need to track down a specific source because the mainstream media has put out the message everywhere. You are hearing it over and over again. Somehow, the fact that the GOP just overwhelmingly triumphed over Democrats means that the Republican Party is on trial to see if they can somehow win over the nation. Hello? Read more [...]
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Now Can We Please Talk About Impeachment?

HarryReid Well, enough Americans finally woke up, and enough other Americans stayed away, that we finally were able to give Democrats the sort of smackdown they have so richly deserved for so long. The results of Tuesday's election returned a wave of GOP candidates to Congress, expanding the House Republican contingent to historic levels and handing the Senate back to the GOP. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid got an overdue "You're Fired!" from the American public, clearing the way for a Congress Read more [...]
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Eighteen-Year-Old Elected as State Lawmaker

W VA 18-yo An eighteen-year-old was voted into the West Virginia House of Delegates. This is one of those stories to watch. Elected at eighteen! From CBS DC: “18-Year-Old Freshman Elected To W.Va. House Of Delegates, Becomes Youngest State Lawmaker In US.” The Republican defeated Democrat Layne Diehl on Tuesday to win a seat in the state House of Delegates to become the youngest state lawmaker in the U.S. “History has been made tonight in West Virginia, and while I am proud of all that we Read more [...]
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The Tea Party Needs to Be Hated by the Defense Industry

pentagon If the Tea Party stands for anything, then it needs to earn the hostility of the Military Industrial complex. We already know that the Chamber of Commerce and other “moneyed Republicans” have declared war on the Tea Party. If the Tea Party is really going to stand up for anything, it needs to make sure it also earns the hatred of the defense industry. Even before the Republican sweep on November 4, some legislators were calling for increased military spending when we don’t have the money. But Read more [...]
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Judge: State Secrets Privilege Is Not Sovereign Immunity

Scales of Justice Court explains to U.S. Government that their states secret privilege is not the same as blanket immunity from prosecution. So the government is being sued and they have been appealing to the “states secret” doctrine to try to make the case go away. The judge is not buying it. He is quoted at ... the state secrets privilege is a judicially created rule of evidence, not a doctrine of sovereign immunity or non-justiciability, whose applicability and consequences, where applicable, Read more [...]
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