Author Archives: Jeremy

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Glad to have a second chance on life, by God's grace.

Barack Obama, Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright (Do Associations Matter?)

Remember the outcry after the release of Fahrenheit 911 that showed George W. Bush and the Bush family ‘palling around’ with Saudi Arabian oil princes? Certainly this raised questions about the connections of our President with relation to oil concerns. Associations matter, right? Hillary Clinton thinks so too. Here’s some of what she had to say concerning Obama’s choosing to… Read more »

Obama and Ayers (CNN Report)

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This video is a must see for all voting Americans. CNN is not known for having a conservative bent- just the opposite actually.  It took courage and conviction for CNN to issue this report. Watch the video and decide for yourself whether or not you think Obama’s associations can be so easily shrugged away as the Barack campaign would have… Read more »

Obama Youth: Protecting Citizens from the State

The State has historically been a source of control and power- even tyranny. Why is it that some people who are so quick to react with outrage to a third grade student who mentions God in a school report, or the posting of the Ten Commandments in a school hallway are so comfortable with State/political indoctrination taking place in those… Read more »

Twitter Politics and SNL Logic

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I joined twitter.  Forgive me for I know not what I do.  Follow me?  http://twitter.com/stockman214 I’ve spent some time in the Twitter Election2008 special section wherein there’s a constant stream of nutshell ‘public opinion.’  The posters are limited to 140 characters or less, which is about 15 to 20 words on average. I’ve written scathing and biting commentaries of machiavellian… Read more »

Rescuing the Bailout- Political Word Games

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The Bailout bill will likely pass in the House as Republicans like Zach Wamp concede defeat, and even use misleading language to help rationalize their capitulation. “I voted against a bad bailout bill on Monday, and will now vote for a better rescue plan, not because I like it or want to, but because we fought as hard as we… Read more »

A Rose is Still a Rose… (A Bailout is a Bailout)

Read the actual language of the Senate Bail-out “Rescue” bill, it’s a bailout no matter what sweet words the Congress and the media use to describe it.  They can call it a rescue plan (to rescue who?), an intervention (on whose behalf?), a life-jacket (not for your average Joe American), a Christmas tree (loaded with unrelated nonsense), hell they can… Read more »

Obama, Feinstein, and… McCain… Bosom Buddies?

  If Diane Feinstein (Senator from California) and Barack Obama were in a room together- they’d get along really well.  And this shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone.  Both are self-avowed liberal Democrats.  If John McCain were to walk in the room and the three began discussing the Bail-Out plan they’d also, seemingly, get along really well.  In fact, they’d… Read more »

Bail-Out Rejection by House: The Right Thing To Do

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So today the House voted down the Bail-Out proposal.  Over 90 Democrats and over 90 Republicans voted against the bill.  It was shocking.  It was comforting.  It was the right thing to do.         It was shocking because everyone had just about assumed the vote would be a mere formality, sending it on to the Senate.  The… Read more »

Bail-out Bad Idea: There ARE Alternatives

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I’d like to offer two ideas that are better alternatives to the current bail-out plan.  Combined I think it’d be the best route towards solving the current crisis and, something the current plan does not do, insuring that we don’t end up here again.     Alternatives to the current Bush/Paulson bail-out plan:       The Pinkerton Plan An idea that… Read more »

Easy, Tasty Food. (Healthy Too)

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Maybe wholesome is a better word than ‘healthy.’  Watch the video to see me make one of my favorite dishes.  It’s a brown rice medley of chicken sausage, veggies, and plenty of jalapenos!  It’s filling and flavorful and just a tad spicy.  Let me know what you think of the dish if you happen to make it yourself someday.  I dedicate… Read more »