Very cute picture of Ted Cruz’s daughters reacting to his reading of “Green Eggs & Ham” as their bedtime story.
Hat tip: The American Spectator – Kyle Peterson
I just heard a great comment on the Mark Levin show. A caller referred to all the so-called conservatives in the Senate that refuse to defund Obamacare as “Ex-Cons”, Ex-Conservatives. I think we have a new conservative “meme”!
Hat tip: The Mark Levin Show
I’ve pre-ordered Mark’s book on Amazon. You should too!
I can’t tell you how much I hate all aspects of the current immigration bill making its way through Congress. Ted Cruz agrees with me.
More from yesterday:
Needless to say, not much has changed in the last 3 years and they aren’t going to change at all with the current immigration bill.
I’m listening to Sean Hannity interview Marco Rubio about the immigration bill. Everyone involved with the immigration bill is missing the key point: implementation and oversight.
Sure, Marco Rubio is a smart guy, but he’s not going to be administering or being held accountable for the implementation. What happens when the “smart guys” in the room aren’t around when some key aspect of the bill is ignored, either willfully or mistakenly.
They have to take into consideration the bureaucratic pitfalls in fashioning their bill. If not, we’re going to be left with another monstrosity that no one can implement or even follow.
This current immigration bill is a bad idea!
4 February, 2013
Like every coin worth having, individual sovereignty has a second side.
John Locke taught that:
The natural liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on earth, and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man, but to have only the law of Nature for his rule.”
Reason and logic show, if natural liberty means being free from a ruler or government, then liberty requires a fundamental responsibility of the individual to secure and provide for himself. I would go this far, the less responsibility one takes for his life and its direction and the more one relies on government for personal safety, success, and happiness, the less liberty that man actually has. Continue reading
Friends and Family,
The latest catch-phrase that is getting misused and abused is “fair share.” Your friendly Thesaurus lists the first definition of “fair” as: impartial and unprejudiced. Then it lists 47 synonyms including: aboveboard, equal, equitable, honest, impartial and unbiased.
If a citizen is gullible and listens to the reports of their local news sources from the president and leaders in congress, then they are probably convinced that “fair share” only pertains to Americans who have a considerable degree of wealth. Somehow, the responsibility of an equitable portion of our federal tax burden does not apply to folks in the lower tax brackets. That doesn’t seem fair!
I saw this and had to post it. Not because I want to give it publicity, but because I want you to see the tactics of the Obama-inspired left. This ad is beyond the pale. In fact, Allen West has responded to it in no uncertain terms:
I spent my life in uniform fighting for our great nation and protecting all Americans. The ad being run against me by my opponent’s family depicting violence against women and senior citizens is reprehensible. It plays on stereotypes and fear to divide Americans, and it cheapens the very real and tragic occurrences of violence against women and seniors. The American people are suffering from crushing debt, horrific tax and regulatory policies, and epic unemployment. This classless ad shows a lack of regard for the issues plaguing our nation. This ad reflects the sad state of politics in our Republic with those who seek to destroy a person’s character to cover for their lack of intellectual ability and integrity.
Brace yourself for the video:
Andrew Breitbart believed that we were in a cultural battle for the soul of our country. He was right!
Hat Tip: Hot Air