Tag Archives: government
Worth watching. Just not encouraging. To push HRC across the finish line, far too many people have compromised, or revealed their lack of, ethics.
As a former, now retired, police officer/detective who wrote plenty of tickets in his life, I’m going to jump in here. I never wrote a ticket unless there was a clear threat, a criminal violation, or damage. If you are … Continue reading
The EPA may have been a good idea at one time. Things were touchy back in the seventies. But no longer. Now they are a single agenda abuse to every land owner in America- if given the opportunity. Pendleton County, … Continue reading
In charge of cleaning up the DOJ. Not the publicity stunt that was Joe Biden for the last seven years, but really really fix it. Adams over at PJ Media points out the obvious. Trump has NO IDEA what he … Continue reading
It is all… about… the… money.…. Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer has held private talks on immigration with Republican Reps. Paul Ryan and Trey Gowdy. President Barack Obama’s emissaries have spoken with House GOP leadership about an overhaul. Speaker John Boehner … Continue reading
Reich appears to me to be that guy who wants to do the right thing, but is afraid because he knows his survival hinges on keeping the people in power happy. So he isn’t really going to say the obvious. … Continue reading
It should be choice and only choice. So who makes this right? EDINBURGH, U.K. (CBS Atlanta) — A 15-year-old girl is reportedly falling asleep up to 30 times a day after getting a flu shot. Australia’s News Limited reports Chloe … Continue reading
George Will and Obama’s admission government is too big to control. David Brooks thinks giving him more power is the answer.
Bear with me on this one for a minute and you’ll get the connections. First, George Will wrote a column on how Obama is lamenting the size and intransigent nature of big government. As though he was suddenly thrown to … Continue reading
“A bad man in a powerful position can do great harm.” The warning came true. Strassel from the WSJ makes the point.
I said that in the fall of 2008 after the elections. My soon to be ex-partner and I were talking about the election of Obama. I feared his influence on the system, he felt the Republicans and the natural friction … Continue reading