From the Rightby Ed Farnan
- Dispelling liberal myths, the Tea Party is not racist and the right is not the realm of homophobes and misogynists
- Sean Hannity shows generosity, pays Obamacare worker fired for talking to him
- A country that does not control its borders….Is no longer a country
- Republicans can say 'we told you so' as Obamacare is inflicted on America
- The House Republicans are the adults in the room when it comes to debt talks
As facts have shown, Bill Clinton's refusal to acknowledge there was a war against us by Al Quaeda, lead to the eventual attack on American soil by Jihadists under the command of Osama Bin Laden on 911.
The sensationalism against George Zimmerman for the shooting of Trayvon Martin, clouds the real reason this tragedy occurred in the first place.
The pundits, the community organizers, the pot stirrers, are all trying to find a scapegoat and the convenient one to blame is George Zimmerman. George Zimmerman is but the symptom of a government failing in its prime function: To provide protection and security for its citizens. If government does not provide protection for its citizens, then the citizens will provide it for themselves...and what the citizens provide will not be as professional and polished as a trained police force.
The new EPA rulings will finally bring to fruition President Obama's promise his policies will necessarily bankrupt the coal industry.
Four years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama explained his anti-coal energy policy in an editorial board meeting with the San Francisco Chronicle: "Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket. Even regardless of what I say about whether coal is good or bad." "So if somebody wants to build a coal plant, they can - it's just that it will bankrupt them."
Sales for this car have been slow in spite of massive government subsidies and getting the spotlight of every green organization you can think of. It seems no amount of taxpayer money is going to entice a buyer, so the cars sit in showrooms and inventories, unsold.
The Volt was the recipient of such "green awards" as: 2009 Green Car Vision Award-2011 Green Car of the Year-2011 North American Car of the Year-2011 World Green Car-2012 European Green Car of the Year. All very prestigious honors to have for a new model of car.
Massachusetts parents were outraged when they learned school officials changed lyrics to "We love the USA" instead of "God Bless the USA" during the chorus of the popular Lee Greenwood song. The song was to be performed at a concert at the Stall Brook Elementary school in Boston.
According to MY Fox News in Boston: Following outrage from parents; a changed version of "God Bless the USA" has been pulled from an upcoming school assembly concert.... In fact the whole song will now not be included in the concert. In a statement, school officials said "they hope to maintain the focus on the original objective of sharing students' knowledge of the U.S. States, and because of logistics, will not include any songs."
The hot mic incident that caught President Obama asking Russian President Medvedev for space, has many in the American space industry saying the same thing. They want space back from the Russians and feel President Obama has ceded that frontier to them. The Russians brag, saying they own space and can arbitrarily charge us whatever they want to bring our Astronauts to the Space Station. The Russians are correct, America has no manned space flight program and it seems, there is not one on the horizon under the Obama administration..
60 Minutes News hour did a special report on Florida's "space coast" where there have been massive layoffs in the NASA space industry. The name of the piece was called "Hard landing", it focused on Brevard County, the heart of space exploration that has been devastated by cutbacks to manned space flight. Highly skilled technicians, specializing in space flight are no longer employed and wonder what the future holds for them under the Obama administration.
Ironically in 2008, Brevard County was visited by then candidate Obama who criticized President Bush for cutbacks in the space program. He promised them that if he were elected president he would protect the space industry. In a speech to those space workers he promised: