Monthly Archives: August 2010

Legislating from the Bench and Checks and Balance


There have been significant news these past weeks: Economy still tanking, Ground Zero Mosque issue and the president’s 24 hours change of tune, Iraq and Afghanistan situation, Prop 8, result of primaries in some states. I hope you are keeping … Continue reading

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Christians Against Quran Burning


This entry is somewhat out of my election theme; but this event will be publicized as 9-11 draws closer and I would like to make this space available for comments to oppose the event. A pastor Terry Jones at Dove … Continue reading

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TARP Billions Shipped Overseas


Tens of billions of TARP money flowed out to foreign countries. Our economy continues to worsen. There is lack of confidence among businesses and consumers, and the primary reason for that lack of confidence is that the policies out of Washington is completely out of touch with reality. Continue reading

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Obama’s START Treaty with Russia


As he did with Obamacare, the President is aiming to pass his most important foreign policy goal, the New START treaty with Russia, at any cost necessary. In this case, the cost of passage is the security of the American people and the sovereignty of the American government. Continue reading

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