Monthly Archives: February 2013

Sequester Fun Facts

For instance, after the sequester cuts the Federal budget will still be larger this year than it was last year. There is much the American people don’t know about the Sequester because so many aren’t paying attention except for the … Continue reading

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Oscar’s Lowest of Low

Michelle Obama would never have been asked to award Best Picture to Zero Dark Thirty. And so the extreme liberals at the Motion Picture Academy have completed their revenge on Kathryn Bigelow for making a riveting movie about the killing … Continue reading

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Fleeing to a Government Job

A productive, successful worker leaves the private sector for Nirvana:  A government job. He was my contractor’s favorite employee for 12 years, a licensed electrician and plumber who did the highest quality of work.  Today he informed his boss that … Continue reading

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Obama’s Tax and Energy Policies Come Crashing Down

As class warfare supporters cheered getting the “rich”,  the President slipped in a tax increase on all Americans who work.  The results are coming in, and they are ugly. It is often argued that a President’s actions have little direct … Continue reading

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Unemployment: Public Sector 4.7%, Private Sector: 8.3%

The private sector struggles while the public sector thrives.   These figures do not account for the fact that government workers earn 20% more for similar work, and that the unemployment rate in the public sector could have been far … Continue reading

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Sorry Syrian Children, I Have an Election to Win

With 60,000 dead in Syria, Obama over-rules the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of State, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, and the National Security Advisor as Obama decides not to back Syrian resistance prior to the U.S. election. This week of … Continue reading

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