Standing against big government and for the people!
Added by TheCentralKentuckyPatriot.Com on October 23, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
Thank You Brock. If someone had it out for you, you'd like to know right? Me, too!
And, thank you - (via) TheReligionOfPeace.Com…Continue
Added by TheCentralKentuckyPatriot.Com on October 7, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Apparently, "We the People" have a mighty short (or a mighty selective) memory for injustice. With all the hoopla over first "Fast and Furious" and then Benghazi, we have forgotten Jesus Diaz, the US Border Patrol Agent who is right now wondering what hit him.
In case you've not heard, Diaz was the Border Patrol Agent who was accused of "manhandling" a Mexican cartel dope sumggler caught red-handed on American soil with a large stash. Cleared of wrongdoing, Diaz was then, AT THE…Continue
I am pleased so many of you have expressed your opinions about the four Principles Based Taxes papers I posted. Your comments have been both of concern and of great interest to me. I may have raised the blood pressure of many of you. For this I am concerned as I wish no one harm. I am certainly not upset by your (mostly negative) comments, since anything as emotional as “taxes” is bound to evoke strong feelings. Unfortunately, I do not have time to respond to…Continue
Summary: Two new taxes are proposed to replace present business taxes. A small flat tax assures businesses pay for general benefits they receive from publically financed functions. A value added tax (VAT) that is zero or small for value added within the U.S. and higher for value added offshore will drive investments and jobs to the U.S. and keep U.S. businesses globally competitive.
Taxes and other costs, i.e., regulations, entitlement mandates,…Continue
Excessive taxes and regulations, and poor governmental policies are major business costs that reduced resources available for business creation and expansion. For example, U.S. corporate taxes are the highest in the world, and high U.S. progressive income taxes — that President Obama proposes to increase — drive many jobs offshore, and stifle growth. A fundamental question is: “What are the impacts of government driven business costs on the whole nation?”
A job creating business is…Continue
Before voting consider the multi-million dollar cost per job created since the financial collapse.
Before the collapse of Lehman Brothers in August 2008 the number of employed persons in the United States was 145.47 million. This number dipped to as low as 139.27 million. Today it stands at 142.1 million. Thus, 6.2 million persons were impacted by the collapse, today 2.83 million have been added back into the workforce, and we are still have 3.37 million fewer employed than in…Continue
Throughout history the fall of many great superpowers was preceded by unsustainable fiscal conditions that included huge debt loads, an excessive printing of money, and out of control spending.
Does this sound familiar? Greece is not a superpower, but superpower Europe may be able to keep them afloat provided they institute strong spending constraints. These constraints include big reductions in “entitlements,” limits on unions, and curtailing other “free” money the…Continue
I've lived long enough now to remember several national, political campaigns firsthand. I'm used to all the normal political campaign paraphernalia, that is, the campaign slogans, signs and shirts, the flags, festoons and falderal, the bumper stickers, buttons and badges. They normally all go away, except for politcal campaign memorabilia collectors, after the election is over, the votes are (all?) counted, and the winner…Continue
Absolutely incredible! Our first Moslem President has made the ineptitude of the Carter years look like sheer genius. How is it that someone, who is supposedly so tuned-in to all things Moslem, can misread the entire Middle East for so long?. Unless by purposeful intent, which I suspect is more truth than fiction, denigrating and denying our allies and giving aid and comfort to our enemies.…Continue
There's no disputing after what we've seen this month that I am the top target for the liberal unions and national Democrats. They're gearing up, having already invested millions into Super PACS and attack…Continue
Federal Reserve’s “Quantitate Easing (QE)” is simply money printing. Money is typically printed to accommodate an expanding economy. When money printing greatly exceeds economic growth, every dollar printed slashes (lowers) the value of existing dollars. Excessive printing is now being done to TEMPORARILY prop up our government and the stock market. …Continue
Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 19, 2012 at 3:26pm — No Comments
In the early 20th century eugenics became a popular theory. Eugenics assumed that talent and genius were hereditary traits, and that selective breeding could improve the human race. Scientists measured physical and other attributes seeking the best solutions to race improvement. Nazi officials exploited this theory with their “experiments.” Today we understand this was a really bad theory.
Today’s liberal/progressive theories include: (1a) printing money out of thin air,…Continue
Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 17, 2012 at 8:27pm — No Comments
One Year — Inverse Chronological Order
One Year — Inverse Chronological Order
Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 1, 2012 at 12:30am — No Comments
This post originated in a blog site titled "The Economic Collapse." The site authors advocate investments in commodities such as gold and silver to survive what they allege is an assured collapse of the US economy. The article also was featured in Wealth Wire, a financial newsletter. Here is the link to the original source.…Continue
Greetings to our constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans, it is time again for my weekly report back.
Congratulations to the University of Kentucky for winning their eighth NCAA Men’s College Basketball…
The US Navy powers a lot of its modern ships with nuclear reactors. However, the aircraft on board their ships (helicopters, fighters, etc.) require portable energy on a much smaller scale, mostly jet fuel. The composition of this jet fuel must be pure of particulates and compounds that can clog the engines. The US Air Force pioneered a synthetic fuel using paraffin and methane as its starter chemicals. This synthetic fuel could be blended equally with refined jet fuel to reduce dependence…Continue
Racial bigotry is not a matter of skin. Skin cannot hate, skin cannot speak, skin cannot show emotion or act of it’s own. The hatred, the words, the emotions and actions come from within the heart. King Solomon told us, “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he”. The mind joins in partnership with the heart to provide fuel to the justification thus lighting the fuse for an explosion of perpetual misery.
Heart felt hatred knows no skin tone, no geographical borders or…Continue
Added by American Miles on September 5, 2011 at 9:03pm — No Comments