The age of the rule-by-regulators is dawning in America. From the FCC knowingly exceeding it’s authority to the ‘end of life’ counseling done on the public dime – America is slowly becoming a kingdom rather than a republic. Aside from the ‘death panel’ mantra of some on the right – and the assured path to rationed care this will lead us to – there is something increasingly suspect with the way the current White House is leveraging it’s Executive branch with no check or balance. Read more about the deception in regards to ‘End of Life’ counseling here.
There has been a lot of rhetoric involving what income levels should be taxed the most. Recent studies show that nearly fifty percent of all Americans do not pay taxes. Instead the fifty percent who are freeloading actually MAKE money during tax time. So what should we do to level the playing field? There are a number of options – the first of which is to educate the masses as to how unjust our taxation structure is. More and more our government wishes to harness the output of the most wealthy for some form of social justice through tax credits […]
The FCC has defied both the legislative and judicial branches to enact an unconstitutional power grab over your ability to freely communicate. Fairness Doctrine for the internet? Read the FCC Chairman’s speech last week here: “We have two branches of government—Congress and the courts—expressing grave concerns with ouragency becoming increasingly unmoored from our statutory authority. By seeking to regulate the Internet now, we exceed the authority Congress has given us, and justify those concerns” -Commissioner Baker’s Remarks Don’t take it from us – read it yourself. It is on the frontpage of the following document (from www.FCC.Gov) Here
Total communist progressive left nutcase walked into the school board and opened fire and missed everyone but himself – proving that a) liberals can’t shoot. and b) while the left tries to paint the tea party as violent – the loons keep coming from them. And how do we know? He left a love letter note “manifesto” behind that linked to progressive websites including media matters, a George Soros funded media outlet. Read full story here.
Well part of it – the whole mandate thing he ruled it over-reached the commerce clause in the Constitution. A federal district judge in Virginia ruled on Monday that the keystone provision in the Obama health care law is unconstitutional, becoming the first court in the country to invalidate any part of the sprawling act and ensuring that appellate courts will receive contradictory opinions from below. More here.
How’s that global warming thing working out for you? This is the 2nd news story I’ve ready about record cold and snow in europe this year – the other story was about how the elderly in the UK were riding the bus to keep warm all day instead of pay for their heating bills because they were afraid of the high prices of heating their homes.
From here. NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — The Great Recession ended in June 2009, according to the body charged with dating when recessions begin and end. The National Bureau of Economic Research, an independent group of economists, released a statement Monday saying economic data now clearly points to the economy turning higher last summer. That makes the 18-month recession that started in December 2007 the longest and deepest downturn for the U.S. economy since the Great Depression. I’m gonna call BS on this one. Michelle Malkin has great commentary on this one.
(Reuters) – Connecticut this autumn probably would have just a little more cash than it needs to pay a week’s expenses unless it issues $520 million of debt, according to the state comptroller. Treasurer Denise Nappier, in a letter to the Connecticut Bond Commission, outlined her response to concerns that were raised about the state’s finances by a legislator. (continued)
So far they’ve found 250 illegal pools and collected $75,000 in fines and fees. Of course not everyone thinks that a city should be spending time looking at aerial pictures of backyards. Rest of the story here.