Recent Articles In US Domestic
May 24, 2017 by Nitro Cruiser on nitro locker
We  know that the Obama administration "weaponized" many, formerly trusted US agencies. The first was the EPA in an effort to bully businesses, pushing the global warming cult, to the point of falsifying scientific data. This was followed by the IRS, targeting conservative organizations and businesses in this largely ignored scandal. Exposed, leading culprits plead the 5th and electronic records were destroyed (sound familiar?). Little to nothing was done with a complicit DOJ turning a blin...
November 14, 2016 by Anthony R on Comrade TonyR
One thing that always seems to define modern left wing people, and I'm talking about the progressives who burn people in effigy and smash storefronts, not the classical liberal that you saw dancing at Woodstock festivals; is the idea that only their beliefs are valid. Its not just that they believe their ideas are the only ones that can be valid, but that any other point of view is vile, and not only vile, but borderline criminal. It is an offense so egregious to oppose their set of beliefs ...
I feel as though I've suddenly been dropped into Orwell's 1984, where actions are masked by words whose meanings  have been carefully contorted to match a hidden PC standard.  Any subject matter that does not fit the purposes of the puppet masters is excluded via marginalization. 

My central thesis, part A:

There are ways and means to get at the truth in nearly every situation. 

First, you have to be free to consider the possibilities regardless of how...
February 4, 2012 by Rightwinger on Robsblog
Since the 1970s, an endless parade of government officials and candidates has campaigned on how we must act now, to get free of Middle East oil.
Yet, here we are, forty years later, still tied to the oil fields of Saudi Arabia and others, and every time some angry Muslim (is there any other kind?) throws a rock, our gas prices jump.
Why?
We only get approximately 14% of our oil from the Mideast, anyway; the rest comes from domestic drilling, Canada and Mexico.
Yet, it seems to be Arab oil...
February 2, 2012 by samantha360 on myhealth
It seems as though there is now a new killer out there and it's not what you would expect. It's sugar! 

A study by Nature suggests that like tobacco and alcohol sugar should also be regulated by the Government.

Now I'm all for protecting the health of the general public but this seems like it may be going a little far. They are not only talking about raising taxes on sugary products but actually putting age limits on who can buy certain products just as they do w...
January 30, 2012 by JillUser on More than just Mommy
A friend of mine recently posted a blog article on Facebook about Governor Jan Brewer pointing her finger in the President's face.  My friend's status above said article was "It never entered my brain that this was anything other than a crazy woman disrespecting our president." but she wanted us to read this blog article to teach what it was "really" about.

The article was a lesson in rules for "White Folks" when dealing with "Black People".  The author instructed White Folk...
January 14, 2012 by Rightwinger on Robsblog
When will enough be enough? When will someone in authority finally stand up and say “no more”?
President Obama once again ignores constitutional strictures with his recent “recess appointments”, while the Senate was still in session. Bottom line, he simply said, “you’re in”, without bothering with the process of legal Senate confirmation.
Where is the outrage in the House and Senate? That’s the Legislative Branch’s job.
Of course, it&rsq...
January 10, 2012 by Rightwinger on Robsblog
I don't really know what the nuclear disaster in Japan has to do with bringing us closer to global thermonuclear war, and I didn't see any specific mention of Iran. But gee...they must be happy to be using it again; that mean ol' Ronald Reagan kicked the whole thing out of vogue for a while, there, didn't he?
De-schooling, schools without walls, alternative
schools, freedom and open schools—are all predicated on the premise that
traditional or prevailing schools are oppressive. Somehow out of, and in spite
of, this oppression, democratic esprit presses for change and enlightenment.
There is a subtle contradiction here. History notes that oppression succeeds by
suppressing the conscious level of subjects by the ruling class and delimited
for the expediency of industry, but as the com...
January 2, 2012 by Rightwinger on Robsblog
I was recently in a friendly--for the most part--discussion about gay marriage. Now, I really have no valid opinion on the subject, but I will say that I don't think galaxies are going to explode, if gays and lesbians are given the right to say "I do". After all, in the words of the great country music legend/drag queen icon Dolly Parton, "They should have to suffer, right along with the rest of us."
And besides, I really don't think it's my place to judge them. ...
November 2, 2011 by hongluobo on xiaoyu
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Update: 090512  Note that I am starting a NEW BLOG, as I'm sure that I am going to hit the limit pretty soon, which used to be 512K, I think.  Also, who wants to wade thru all this?  Not ME!  So, the new news is no news about the KPFK/Occupy deal - at least any that I'm privy to, and then there's a lot of nonsense and wild speculation on my part, if anyone cares...  Wow, doesn't that just GRAB ya?  I know that you're asking yourselves: ...
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) facility storing melted fuel from the Three Mile Island nuclear plant has not done enough to address crumbling concrete modules encasing the radioactive material, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) said in a letter made public April 15. The 30 dry shielded canisters at the DOE facility at Idaho National Laboratory contain melted fuel from the Three Mile Island-2 reactor core. The concrete modules are ―showing significant cracking and degradation...
April 8, 2011 by CharlesCS on Chatterbox Charles
I’ll be perfectly honest and state that I really don’t understand the possible repercussions of a Gov’t shutdown. The concept sounds scary but there are conflicting reports over just how bad a Gov’t shutdown really is. I myself find it hard to believe politicians who are stating that this would be disastrous for our nation as they always tend to exaggerate things for their own political purposes. I also find it hard to believe that an entity such as the US Gov’t can actually be shutdown without ...
February 21, 2011 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
            This is a mindboggling concept for me, on every level I can think of. The problem here is that people want to bastardize the concepts of self-preservation and a need for actual real security with some sinister plot to deprive those who would do us harm of their “rights”? I do realize there is some merit to “rights” here, but they should in NO WAY, trump the protection of our citizenry … ever.
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