Thanksgiving is easily my favorite, uniquely American holiday. In prior years, I have written of the miraculous events that planted the seeds of liberty on this rich soil.
I have arrived at the deduction that this Washington D.C. quandary comes as result of the Zombie Effect. Yeah, I said it: zombies.
It should come as a surprise to no one except the utopians that Obamacare is disastrously sinking on its maiden voyage against the backdrop of the President’s deliberate retreat from the stars.
In a brand new book, a tragic truth is revealed about the Obama Administration’s unrequited devotion from our most selfless of heroes. Navy SEAL Aaron Carson Vaughn is honored by his heartbroken dad.
Here is how it works: The union promotes their own slate of candidates for election to the school board. The union negotiates collective bargaining contracts with its newly elected friends on the school board.
Shareholders receiving mail, phone calls, and front-porch visits from the Caterpillar employees’ union would be unwelcome and downright creepy. But that is the methodology of teachers unions in the K-12 world.
The instructions on becoming a teacher generally read as, “Get your bachelor’s degree, get your certification, pick a focus area, join the union and commence teaching.”
Of course, nothing has been a louder statement than the Obamas living it up in our White House while locking out veterans from experiencing the World War II memorial, just one mile away.
In 1977, sporting a dilettante interest in UFOs, then President Jimmy Carter participated in developing the first truly universal message, included on board each of the Voyager Spacecraft.
This was big news across the country, covered by all the networks and all the radio talk show personalities. But something far more significant than a recall had taken place in Colorado; something revolutionary. The old guard watched and the grassroots won.
Force is being used to compel some employers to provide certain forms of birth control as a health benefit to their employees, in conflict with their religious views.
American Conservatism seeks natural order towards the assurance of liberty. Modern American Liberalism imposes order at the expense of liberty.
The automotive experts at Edmunds describe it like this: “Everyone hates the Mustang II. It was too small, underpowered, handled poorly, terribly put together, ill-proportioned, chintzy in its details and altogether subpar.”
Both scientists and policy makers will together wrestle with the complex question posed by Representative Hank Johnson (D-GA), “What would be the impact on the environment if Congress were to statutorily raise the sound barrier?”
The battles now reach everywhere that the digital world connects. American strength continues with superior technology. And if the character of the Greatest Generation still dominated Washington, the American people would trust its heroes in the NSA to handle sensitive information appropriately and to give due respect to citizens’ privacy.
By far the most preposterous assertion in the Democratic Party’s statement is that they have led the fight for civil rights for 200 years. If they had any sense of candor, their website would show their history of leading a War on Black Americans.
Inviting 6,700 new IRS agents to join an already standing force of 1,200 existing agents would institutionalize the ultimate insider threat to Americans’ most private of personal information.
Following those tracks, perhaps the most contrived moment in U.S. Presidential history came on Friday when Barack Obama surprised the White House Press Corps (pronounced kôr, Mr. President) by showing up unannounced to the daily briefing session. Perhaps we were about to learn that they finally caught the perpetrator of the IRS scandal, or Benghazi, or Fast & Furious, or Extortion 17. . .
State legislators are being successfully recalled by their constituent voters. Citizens and parents are regaining control of their local school boards. And a large gathering of contiguous counties of Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas are exploring the idea of forming a 51st state.
I asked, “If you were the Chairman of the Republican Party, how would you appeal to teachers to get them to vote with your candidates?”
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