Saturday, October 30, 2010

Three Charts that Will Infuriate Taxpayers

Three Charts that Will Infuriate Taxpayers - Patriotic Resistance: "Every small-government voter should see these graphs — and vote on Election Day."

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Watch The Glenn Beck Show

Larry Wright
8:37pm Oct 28th

I can rarely remember to turn the TV on at 5pm to catch the Glenn Beck Show so I was happy to find this site that posts the show in its entirety. It appears to be updated daily. Now you can watch it any time at your leisure, even going back several days.


Scientists Find 'Liberal Gene'


Soooo... (wait for it) liberalism is a birth defect?

Scientists Find 'Liberal Gene' | NBC San Diego


Voters' Toolbox


The midterm elections will be held this Tuesday, Nov. 2nd. With all the partisan half-truths being thrown at voters from all sides these days, at OpenCongress we want to help you find some actual facts about your congressional races.

On www.OpenCongress.org, you can learn about your current members of Congress, see all the candidates running in your district, and now -- watch the campaign ads running near you on our new AdTracker project.

Take a moment to check out the links below, and please pass this email along to help more voters make their decision with the best factual information out there. We're a non-profit and non-partisan public resource, independent from Congress and any political party.

To find who your current senators and representative are, use our zipcode look-up tool.

1) RaceTracker - See who the candidates are, learn about their positions, and get a snapshot of the fundraising race. This is a collaborative wiki project, so if you have information about a particular candidate, this is a great place to add your knowledge and share it on a fully-referenced, free and open-source platform.

2) AdTracker - In the wake of the Supreme Court's "Citizens United" decision allowing outside groups to spend unlimited money on campaign ads, it's more important than ever that we have transparency in how these ads are affecting the election and exactly how they're funded. AdTracker is a wiki project for tracking and watching all the ads in congressional races across the country and providing background info who's sponsoring them. It provides a unique view into the advocacy work of low-profile independent political groups.

3) Voting Records - We typically find out about candidates' voting records when they are being spun by their competitors, but on OpenCongress it is possible (and easy) to look at the actual vote data yourself. From your senators' and representative's profile pages, click the "Votes" tab and search for any topics you're interested in. Looking at the actual data gives you a more accurate picture of how your lawmakers really voted on the issues that matter to you. To find more votes, check out our one-of-a-kind listing of Hot Bills by Issue Area.

4) Compare Votes - In this election more than in most, independence from party leadership is considered an especially important trait. Our head-to-head vote comparison tool gives you a view of party loyalty that you can't get elsewhere. Compare the voting records of any two senators or representatives to see how often they vote with their colleagues and on what votes in particular they agree or disagree.

5) Bill sponsorship - In addition to vote records, it's important to look at the bills your incumbent candidate has proposed. From senator and representative profile pages, click the "bills" tab to browse or search all sponsored and co-sponsored bills. Even more than votes, the bills lawmakers support are indicative of their overall vision and ideology.

6) Money - Last but not least, take a second to look at your candidates' campaign funding sources. Time and again it's been show that campaign finances are directly related to how members of Congress vote. Click the "Money Trail" tab on your senators' and representative's profile pages to see which industries and special-interest groups have donated to them. This is who they'll likely owe favors to if elected to Congress in the next session.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Dr. Jeffress Responds to Dallas News Columnist

A friend sent me this. I bet it gets those would-be beheader's sword hands all twitchy!





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Cash Attack: 2010 Players Guide | FactCheck.org

Some of the 2010 political players.

Cash Attack: 2010 Players Guide | FactCheck.org

Whoppers of Campaign 2010 | FactCheck.org


Just the facts, ma'am.

Whoppers of Campaign 2010 | FactCheck.org

Monday, October 25, 2010

W Ketchup Calls on Congress to Impeach Obama


I bet this won't be the last call for impeachment in the coming months.

W Ketchup™ | W Ketchup Calls on Congress to Impeach Obama


YouCut - Help Cut the Federal budget

Submit your vote for Federal budget cut suggestions.

The Republicans are listening.

Eric Cantor || Republican Whip || YouCut

Five myths about Sarah Palin

Five myths about Sarah Palin

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Obama's Failure Agenda - Tea Party Nation

"From your mouth to God's Ear..."

Obama's Failure Agenda - Tea Party Nation




Saturday, October 23, 2010

Public-Employees Union Is Now Campaign's Big Spender

This will make blood shoot out of your eyes.

Public-Employees Union Is Now Campaign's Big Spender - WSJ.com

Friday, October 22, 2010

70 avowed socialists in U.S. Congress

70 avowed socialists in U.S. Congress

DSA lists members of the 111th session


Posted: August 15, 2010
4:31 pm Eastern

© 2010 WorldNetDaily

In October 2009, the Democratic Socialists of America released in its newsletter a list of 70 members of the U.S. Congress who are members of the organization:

70 avowed socialists in U.S. Congress

Wonder how long this list will be on November 3, 2010?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Democrat lies about Social Security

Stu Blog: "Democrat lies at least 13 times in one commercial"

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

545 vs. 300 Million - Patriotic Resistance

Charlie Reese, a retired reporter for the Orlando Sentinel has hit the nail directly on the head...

545 vs. 300 Million - Patriotic Resistance

Lewis Schaeffer sings 4th verse at Tea Party

Lewis Schaeffer stuns a summer 2010 tea party crowd with his rendition of the rarely heard fourth verse of the Star Spangled Banner









YouTube - "Stunning" Tea Party Member Answers His Detractors


YouTube - Tea Party Member Interview Stuns Nation! (TV Interview)


Star Spangled Banner Lyrics - USA Flag Site

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Obama Pushes for Easier Wiretaps

OMG! Remember when the left screamed bloody murder when Bush 'shredded the Constitution' with the PATRIOT Act?

So why today can I hear a pin drop?

Obama Pushes for Easier Wiretaps


Jobs available, workers scarce

This is just our small town newspaper. The population of Haywood County, NC is about 50,000.

The article says HUNDREDS of good jobs are going unfilled because people don't want to give up their 'free money' unemployment benefits.

You can bet this is happening all over the country.

Jobs available, workers scarce | The Mountaineer

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Top Physics Professor Resigns From Post, Denouncing Global Warming "Fraud"

There is hope.

DailyTech - Top Physics Professor Resigns From Post, Denouncing Global Warming "Fraud"

Don't commit 3rd-party suicide

This is an extremely important message.

Don't be tempted to throw your vote away on a third party. Our goal should be to steer the Republican party back in our desired direction, not give up on it altogether.

It's going to take more than one or two election cycles to even begin to accomplish our goals but we have to start somewhere.

In addition to fighting against the elitist RINOs of our own party, the push of socialism from the left will never go away. It is going to take constant effort on our part to keep that monster in its cage.

Don't commit 3rd-party suicide

Thursday, October 14, 2010

The Heartland Institute: Tea Party Toolbox

Want to know what a conservative thinks?


Read these...

Tea Party Toolbox, from the Heartland Institute

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Nighttime Lights Lead to Weight Gain

Curses, Thomas Edison!

Nighttime Lights Lead to Weight Gain

Couple: State took our baby

This story sounds like a gross abuse of government power for political reasons.

Maybe there's more to the story? We'll see.

Couple: State took our baby | Concord Monitor: "The Oath Keepers."



Google, Marubeni to Lay Cables for U.S. Wind Farm

The answer, my friends is blowin' in the wind...

Google, Marubeni to Lay Cables for U.S. Wind Farm Plan - Bloomberg

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Perdue signs Racial Justice Act

Well isn't this great. I'm just learning that North Carolina's Democrat-controlled Legislature, and our illustrious Democrat Governor believes that blacks should get an extra opportunity to circumvent their death sentence. Sort of an affirmative action for death row.

How many more years do we have to coddle, make excuses for and give special treatment to people of color before we can just start looking at them and treating them like people, subject to the same laws and behavior as anyone else?

Note that not one Republican voted for this Racial Justice Act.



Perdue signs Racial Justice Act :: WRAL.com (8/11/2009)



Why Big Labor couldn't match Glenn Beck's rally

The fact that the overall head count of union members is shrinking is the good news. But that's why they're getting more vocal about passing Card Check and attempts to nullify the right-to-work laws in 22 states.

The Socialist/Marxist/Communist/Progressives will not go away quietly even if they lose big come November.

Why Big Labor couldn't match Glenn Beck's rally | Washington Examiner


CNN's Sanchez: "What If, As An American, I Don't Agree With Progressive Values Mr. President?!"


Wow. The New CNN?




YouTube - CNN's Sanchez: "What If, As An American, I Don't Agree With Progressive Values Mr. President?!"

Obama: 'I'd appreciate a little break'

Yeah, Barry. We'd all appreciate a little break.

Obama: 'I'd appreciate a little break' | Washington Examiner