Thursday, December 13, 2018

Representative Schweikert on President Obama’s ‘New Budget’

  Source: Sonoran Alliance CONTACT: Rachel Semmel Washington, D.C. – Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ), Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets...

Republicans who are considering a possible run for the White House in 2012 each...

Here is a list of potential Republican candidates and their main policy issues as they consider whether to seek their party's nomination to challenge Democratic President Barack Obama next year. TIM PAWLENTY The first prominent Republican to take a formal step toward becoming a candidate, Pawlenty is credited with tackling a $4.3 billion deficit without raising taxes while Minnesota governor. He espouses the principle that government should never spend more money than it receives in tax revenue.

You Will Forget 9/11

I was trolling some Jihadi websites to located articles on Jihad. I ran across this letter from an unknown Jihadi soldier that was posted...

Parody gets more views than real Obama launch

The National Republican Senatorial Committee's parody of Obama's 2012 campaign, released Friday, now has 665,000 views on YouTube. Obama's real launch video, released yesterday: Just 168,000. YouTube's metrics tend to lag a bit, but the numbers suggest that -- energy-wise -- we're in 2010, not 2008.

New Tea Party and Boehner Alliance Triumphs in Government Shutdown Showdown

Some conservatives and Tea Parties are criticizing the budget deal Republicans agreed to with Democrats and the Obama administration on Friday. Should they be?...

Group Warns May 21 Is The End Of The World

Nearly two dozen billboards proclaiming the end of the world are cropping up all over the Valley. The billboards warn to "Save the date, the return of Christ is May 21, 2011. Behind the billboards' claim is an 89-year-old former engineer, Harold Camping. He broadcasts his teachings over Family Radio; which he owns. Camping claims to have cracked the mystery of the Bible: that Jesus is coming back on May 21, accompanied by a worldwide earthquake.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, founders of social networking website ConnectU, leave the US Court of Appeals in a lawsuit against Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg in San Francisco

$65m is all you’ll get, court tells Facebook twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss

A COURT court has ruled that Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss can't back out of the settlement deal they made in their lawsuit against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Twin brothers Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss claim they enlisted Zuckerberg to finish software code for their ConnectU social-networking website while they were all students at Harvard University in 2003.
Republican Mitt Romney announced today he’s forming a committee to explore a race for the presidency next year

Romney Moves Toward U.S. Presidential Run and Focuses Fire on Obama Policy

As Republican Mitt Romney took the first official steps toward a presidential bid yesterday, he attacked President Barack Obama’s economic policies even while questions linger over his commitment to conservative causes.

Burning Half a Million Korans

Source: The video above and the text below are from YouTube. Please watch the video above before reading the written material below. Download your korans here: or...

Hitting the Ceiling

By Mr. Curmudgeon In the coming battle over whether to raise the nation’s debt limit, the Washington Post notes, “How Boehner handles the tea party...

Boehner Budget Deal

Boehner makes a deal with the democrats. Political cartoon by A.F.Branco © 4/11/2011 Conservative Daily

The Arab Spring

  By Gary H. Johnson, Jr. Edited by Adrian Morgan   Ernest Hemingway was right. Bringing order out of chaos is a tall task for...

Romney Announces He’s Formed Presidential Exploratory

Mitt Romney has announced he has formed an exploratory committee for a 2012 Presidential bid.

NY’s 26th District Possible Direct Win for Tea Party

A special election on May 24th in New York's 26th Congressional District just may go directly to a Tea Party candidate due to low voter turnout.

Keeping his “Enemies” Close

By Mr. Curmudgeon New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is living proof that winning a Nobel Prize is no indication of intelligence. “What happened...

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Went to the dinner last night. The dinner is that one at the end of the year around Christmas where for one reason or...


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CNN’s Jim Accoster Elbows Trump Out of the Way

Evidently in the Trump administration, Kryptonite is spelled ‘injunction.’ President Trump, our Hitler–in–Waiting, proposes to exercise his superhuman powers by beginning a new program. Before...