Archive for January 3rd, 2012

OWS Leader Exposes Himself at ‘Family Friendly’ Event

OWS Leader Exposes Himself at ‘Family Friendly’ Event

In the past four months, you’ve become too familiar with the Marxists of the Occupy Wall Street movement telling us, amidst their various unruly, disgusting, childish and destructive acts that “This is what democracy looks like.” Now we have Occupy Portland issuing a public announcement that they would hold a “family friendly” event, only to have their leader drops his trousers to proudly display his rear end and his junk.

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The Militarization of Local Police

The Militarization of Local Police

Take a close look at your local police officers, the ones who patrol your neighborhoods and ensure the safety of your roadways. Chances are they look less and less like the benevolent keepers of the peace who patrolled Andy Griffith’s Mayberry and more like inflexible extensions of the military. As journalist Benjamin Carlson points out, “In today’s Mayberry, Andy Griffith and Barney Fife could be using grenade launchers and a tank to keep the peace.”

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The Battleground for America’s Future

The Battleground for America’s Future

Hold onto your horses, 2012 promises to be even more filled with political acrimony, finger pointing and low approval ratings than even the just departed 2011, but that is not a bad thing. Every piece of legislation, regulatory action, speech and appointment coming out of Washington, D.C. in 2012 will be subjected to intense political scrutiny as advocates for vastly increased government responsibilities and power seek to maintain control of the White House.

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What Can a Conservative Do With This Republican Field?

What Can a Conservative Do With This Republican Field?

So, what’s a conservative Republican to do with this field we have? The polls indicate that despite her strong conservatism, Michele Bachman is not a frontrunner. I am truly sickened that the so-called frontrunners appear to be Mitt Romney, Ron Paul and a floundering Newt Gingrich. It is heartening to see Rick Santorum gaining some steam, but he certainly does not have the money that Romney has.

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Owens’ Law of Oscillating Pyramids

Owens’ Law of Oscillating Pyramids

At the time of the American Revolution, there was no direct taxation. There was instead taxes on various transactions which in total added up to a miniscule percentage of their income. Today, for many it is now over 50%. How much corn are we willing to give to those we don’t trust to do things we don’t want? How long can this continue?

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George Washington, Inspired by Heaven

George Washington, Inspired by Heaven

After winning the Battle of Trenton, Christmas night, George Washington’s small force met General Cornwallis’ 8,000 man British army. The night before the battle, Washington left his campfires burning and silently marched his army around the back of the British camp at Princeton, New Jersey. At daybreak, JANUARY 3, 1777, Washington attacked, capturing three regiments of British troops.

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