Where Does It End, But In Ruins?

Here is the monologue from today’s Roderic Deane Show.

In case you haven’t heard, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray, D-WA, released the Senate budget plan last Tuesday, claiming it cuts the deficit by almost two trillion dollars. According to an article appearing in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Thursday:

That budget plan is markedly different from the one announced yesterday by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis. Instead of cutting $4.6 trillion in federal spending over the next 10 years, the Senate plan would reduce deficits by only $1.85 trillion, half from spending cuts and half from increased tax revenue gained by eliminating various tax breaks.
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Gene’s Nickle: Teachers and Guns

I would like to see a cadre of lawyers go to Newtown, Connecticut, and bring charges against the school district and possibly the town manager for not protecting those treasured children.

I think a very strong argument can be made that the school district and the state of Connecticut not only failed to protect those children, but their Liberal ideas and policies ensured that children would perish.

In his book “More Guns, Less Crime; Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws third edition;” Economist Dr. John Lott Jr. studied the crime of every county in America over a period of 29 years, and demonstrated that those states with concealed carry laws experienced lower crime rates. In addition, states that recently adopted concealed carry laws, since his first edition, have seen reductions in crime.
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Gene’s Nickle: Guns and Civilization

10 December, 2012

Football fans, of which I am one, have had different reactions to the murder/suicide of Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins. Unquestionably, this is a terrible tragedy; and fans, friends, and family are crying, questioning, and dealing with anger or various forms of depression.

I knew that sooner rather than later, folks with the agenda of controlling or banning guns from private citizens would seize upon this occasion to promote their selling points. They do so after every high profile shooting: like the high school in Columbine, Colorado; Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona; the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado; or the Sikh Temple in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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