Another of the O speaches coming tonight. Time to get your BS bingo card at the ready before the speech!…Continue
from my blog at http://theatleeappeal.com
We will be hearing about Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally up to the midterm elections. The message he and the rest of the speakers had for the nearly half-a-million attendees was pretty clear: Return to the roots that made America great. Whether some people want to believe it or not, America has been the greatest social experiment in the history of mankind. Never before has a nation…Continue
Since my informational posts seemed to draw some controversy I decided to put my concerns about Alex Sink into a blog post instead for everyone to read whenever they wish.
First off,some key words jumped out at me from her website that all leftists use frequently. Phrases like "giving back "to the community (as if the wealth you earn by your own hard work is somehow stolen from the "less fortunate" and must be returned) and "fairness" which is a commonly…Continue
You wonder, sometimes, what rock people crawl out from under.
I today's, Rants and Raves in the Times Union, a person was asking how Glen Beck can hold a "TEA PARTY" on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, and who paid for it.
If I am not blind, I did not see any connection with the "TEA PARTY" nor anything to do with racism.
This was about "Restoring honor and our founding…Continue
Added by Tom Wright on August 30, 2010 at 2:36pm — No Comments
Because of a scheduling conflict, at the Southeast Library, the meeting of Baymeadows / Southside group on Sept. 9,2010 will be backed up 30 minutes.
We will now begin our meeting @ 7:00 -8:30 PM instead of the previously scheduled time of 6:30 PM.
I apologize for any inconvenience.
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When I was a kid, I loved to watch the weekly television series, The Wild, Wild West. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYCgq8q9Ofw&feature=related…Continue
In the late 1800’s and the early 1900’s, many immigrants came to America from Europe looking for a better life than the life they were living in their home country. Once here, they willingly stood in long lines at Ellis Island in New York while being documented as they entered. They knew that in making this commitment to come to America, they were pledging to uphold the laws of the United States, they were pledging to learn the language of their new home and they were pledging to support…Continue
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Our Washington, DC partner, Ginni Thomas, founder and CEO of Liberty Central, will be the kickoff speaker at the Steamboat Institute's 2010 Freedom Conference today, Friday, August 27. In her address, Ginni will explain why Americans need to decide, and quickly, whether they will be self-governed or ruled. For those that choose the former, she will outline seven habits to help citizen patriots save what is great about our country. The text of her speech will be posted to LibertyCentral.org…Continue
Added by FCTP on August 27, 2010 at 7:06am — No Comments
Good job Mick on the history of the term "Grandfather Clause" or "Grandfathered" in....... we have all used it over the years not knowing the true origin..... ironic that the Dems used it first but for a totally opposite of the reason it is used today, which useally means "including" rather "excluding".
Added by Michael Wolf on August 26, 2010 at 9:31am — No Comments
from my blog at http://theatleeappeal.com
I really do enjoy reading articles from people with opposing view points. They are hilarious. I’m sure those who have deep liberal convictions feel the same way about my views. Such is life. Real Clear Politics, one of my favorite sources of opinion articles, had one today where liberal commentator Ruth Marcus pinned the GOP as “irresponsible”. Her opinion. My opportunity to set a liberal…Continue
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Over the last two months NEWSMAX has been pushing McCollum for the Republican candidate for governor. They were pushing hard so I sent them an email stating that they were backing a RINO and I intend to vote for a conservative, Rick Scott. They had stated in an earlier post that Bill McCollum was the only one that could beat the Democrat candidate. In the meantime a number of prominent Republicans lined up behind
It appears Mr. Obama has reported in to the UN about Arizona standing up to him regarding Illegal Immigration.
Ladies and Gentlemen: Here is the report. Read it and email this to everyone you know.
Get the word out. The United States of America does not report to the United Nations!!
May God Save the USA.…Continue
Added by Patricia M. McBride on August 25, 2010 at 2:16pm — No Comments
I recently watched a movie called “Posse” with Mario Van Peebles and all in all, it was a pretty good movie. It was about a group of mostly black cowboys in the late 1800’s “taking care” of the bad guys who they felt had wronged them. They were kind of bad guys too, but at least they were likable. One of the themes running through the movie was “Education Makes You Free.” I thought that was kind of interesting and found it to be especially relevant today. Just before the credits started to…Continue
It's no exaggeration to say that we have a country to save, and last night was an amazing start! A few weeks back I heard CNN describe Marco Rubio and Rick Scott as "Insurgent Republicans", five minutes after they described Taliban terrorists as "insurgent forces." That tells you what leftists think of us conservatives!
"Insurgent Republicans" Rick Scott (Florida) and Joe Miller (Alaska) highlighted a primary election night that should serve as a…Continue
Last night we watched as the voices of the people were heard from all over Florida.
The best part about living in America is the fact that we do retain power over elitists IF we will engage our power at the polls. For those of you who were able to do so yesterday, you made a difference.
Maybe your candidate won and maybe your candidate lost. We know how it feels to win and lose and, of course, people like to be on the winning side. At this point, we are hopeful…Continue