Archive for December 10th, 2012

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam (USDA Photo)

Tennessee Governor Must Obey Tennessee Law: No State Insurance Exchange

According to an article posted by Lesley Swann of the Tennessee Tenth Amendment Center, the federal Obamacare Act doesn’t actually require The People to submit to Obamacare. While 20 States have already given notice that they will not implement Obamacare by setting up the State Exchanges; Tennessee’s RINO Governor, Bill Haslam, is “undecided” as to whether he will force Tennesseans to submit to Obamacare. But Haslam has no lawful authority to force The People of Tennessee into State Exchanges. If he does it anyway, he will commit five violations of Tennessee law.

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Islam vs. Atheists: A Cry of Discrimination

Islam vs. Atheists: A Cry of Discrimination

There is no such thing as absolute tolerance or hope for a perfect world where no one is ever offended by another. There is always going to be someone who doesn’t like something about something. But this bit of reason seems to have slipped by the radical liberals, who promise so much and keep jumping from one cause to another, especially if it is against the Christian and non-liberals.

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The Fiscal Cliff Is Almost Everything the Democrats Want

The Fiscal Cliff Is Almost Everything the Democrats Want

The so-called fiscal cliff is a series of tax increases and spending cuts bundled into a name to scare people and serve political ends. It is a crisis fabricated 100% by politicians. And avoiding the fiscal cliff is being used hypocritically for additional political gain. The Democrats prefer much of what the fiscal cliff would mean. They want tax increases in general, specifically on high earners.

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Happy Days

Happy Days Are Here Again

Things are not as bad as they could be; however, they certainly aren’t as good as they should be. Recession? What recession? According to the government and their media arm in the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media, the Great Recession ended in June of 2009. As one of my relatives, representative of most people who get their opinions from David Letterman and the social osmosis of personal prosperity, everything is turning around, everything is doing great, everything’s coming up roses, and happy days are here again!

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Colonel Roosevelt and his Rough Riders at the top of the hill which they captured, Battle of San Juan, July 1898

Vainly Striving to Stay the March of Ideas

After slavery ended in the U.S., President Grant spoke to Congress, December 1, 1873, of “…several thousand persons illegally held as slaves in Cuba…by the slaveholders of Havana, who are vainly striving to stay the march of ideas which has terminated slavery in Christendom, Cuba only excepted.”

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