Archive for July, 2010
There comes a time when you realize that what you have been doing is not working. In fact what you have been doing is ruining you. If you were running a business and always failing at the same thing you would try something different wouldn’t you? As a parent if you were disciplining a certain way but your child kept acting out in the same way wouldn’t you try a different form of punishment? If a relationship of yours keeps derailing because of a specific argument or action that you keep doing wouldn’t you change something if that relationship was worth saving?
Albert Einstein said that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
So why should we expect anything new from yet another liberal candidate running for Governor?
I have been sickened by what the GOP has allowed to slip through in the primary. Meg Whitman is the disaster of all disasters. If you thought that Arnold was a disgrace to our party just wait. And don’t you blame me More >
By Sam Paredes, Executive Director of Gun Owners of California
Every day, shooters and sportsmen are growing more wary of Meg Whitman. While she’s been struggling to re-assure us, there are just too many red flags. Her hostility to gun owners as CEO of eBay, her ignorance of basic gun issues, her Schwarzenegger-esque rhetoric, and her endorsement of Barbara Boxer lead me to the conclusion that she’s a left-liberal on the Second Amendment.
Early in her eBay tenure, Whitman made the decision to completely ban the sale of firearms on the site.
While I respect the right of private enterprises to make business decisions about product lines, I am concerned by how nonchalantly Whitman reached this decision and talked about it later. It reveals an underlying attitude that is hostile to Second Amendment rights.
In her autobiography she describes her decision to ban guns as one of her “least difficult decisions,” even though eBay users were largely opposed to the ban. She later More >
by Robert Tray Bishop
David and Goliath, Conservative vs. Republican California Gubernatorial Candidates Chelene Nightingale vs. Meg Whitman Sound dramatic, well it is not. True story, November will tell whether or not they end the same. The bible story we all know so here are just a couple of parallels.
Bible. David chose not to wear the King’s armor because it felt cumbersome and unfamiliar. David was comfortable with his simple slingshot, a weapon he was skilled at using. God will use the unique skills he’s already placed in your hands, so don’t worry about “wearing the King’s armor.” Just be yourself and use the familiar gifts and talents God has given you. He will work miracles through you.
California. Goliath Republican Meg Whitman and her very large wallet has engaged all media for the single purpose of Meg becoming California’s next Governor. As of June 81 million dollars. Talk Radio, Print and Broadcast Journalists all on the payroll now. Chelene like David has More >
I hate to do it…I hate to talk about the dead. But I have to. I feel that with the recent events starting with the NAACP passing a resolution to condemn Tea Party racism, the recent news about the New Black Panther party, and now the viral video that caught Shirley Sherrod, USDA state director of rural development bragging about how she treated a white constituent differently than she would’ve treated a black one, that the record needs to be set straight.
Robert Byrd was given a pass about his time in the Ku Klux Klan because he was a registered Democrat. Take a moment to think about all of the “passes” that are given to Democrats. Seriously think about it. It could be ethical violations, moral violations or even legal violations. They get a pass until it can’t be given anymore.
During Robert Byrd’s funeral, the first black President (Clinton) gave a eulogy that made you think Byrd was just a “good old boy” doing what he had to in order to get elected. The second black More >
By Frank Aquila
Martin Luther King believed that people should “not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character” Martin Luther King was a Republican fighting for equality during the civil rights movement. His racist opponent was the Democrat Leader, Robert Byrd, who was a former KKK member as well as a “Grand Kleagal” for the KKK, recruiting members for $10 a head and establishing a KKK chapters in West Virginia. He joined because it “offered excitement” and because the Klan was an effective force in “promoting American values.” As the Democrat leader and President of the Senate in the 1960′s he referred to Martin Luther King as a “trouble maker” and he and other Democrat lawmakers denounced Martin Luther King as a “self-seeking rabble rouser”. The Democrats fought against the Civil Rights Movement and supported slavery. They were the ones turning water hoses and dogs on black protesters in the 1960′s. Remember Governor George More >
The original spelling and capitalization have been retained.
(Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776)
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to More >
Mexico gets its a say in one of the lawsuits challenging Arizona’s immigration enforcement law.
Mexico says it wants to defend its citizens’ rights and that the law would lead to racial profiling and hinder trade and tourism. It also says the law would hinder work against drug trafficking and related violence.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who signed the law on April 23 and changes to it on April 30, has lawyers defending it in court.
In a statement issued last week, Brewer said she was “very disappointed” to learn of Mexico’s filing and reiterated that “Arizona’s immigration enforcement laws are both reasonable and constitutional.”
“I believe that Arizona will ultimately prevail and that our laws will be found constitutional,” Brewer added.
Brewer and other supporters of the bill say the More >