We were looking at the Cobb County primary ballot a while ago and I noticed a single word used in almost every race. That word was “Incumbent.”
Why should that make a difference? If a voter has done their homework, it will not. On the other hand, if the voter likes to vote all incumbents out, then it helps them identify whom not [...]
Does this surprise you? Where is our discretionary money going? See for yourself.
No wonder we are in so many wars.
It used to be that Communists were our most serious threat and our government spent a fortune defending us (using highly paid defense contractors) from the evils of the Soviet Union and Communist China. When that ruse petered o [...]
Have you wondered why you see so many prescription drug ads on TV? Do you wonder why our government gives subsidies totaling $192 million last year alone to the tobacco farmers to subsidize their tobacco growing… and yet spend millions more trying to get people to stop smoking? Have you wondered why, in spite of the “War on Drugs& [...]
They don’t mean it. They mean “Death to the American Government.”
I have always wondered why people have a mistaken belief that the United States government and the United States public are one and the same. They aren’t.
Globally, the American public is loved, but our government is despised because of its foreign polic [...]
When magicians want the audience to believe in magic, they use a technique called distraction – focus the audience on one hand, while the other is doing the trick.
The current distraction is the Voter ID battle. Generally, the Democrats don’t want it and the Republicans do. Why? Because the poorer people are the ones without the I [...]
As a Republican candidate, I need to be fair and detail the top five achievements of our last two presidents that have clearly benefited our country. First, President Obama -
5 Helped the banks
President Obama currently lives in the White House, and I suspect will stay there for four more years, sad to say. If he can fool us once, [...]
I did some research of taxation and Gross Domestic Product’s of different countries from two perspectives – one, what percentage of the GDP originates from government spending, and what percentage of gross income is paid in taxes. Here are the results:
Of the 177 countries I looked at, the United States is one third down the list [...]
First a disclaimer. Naturally, as a Republican candidate I will find fault with President Obama. On the other hand, facts speak louder than rhetoric. But I will admit that the previous Republican presidential disaster, George W. Bush set “The Descent” in motion.
In life, you’re dealt your cards and you have to work with them [...]
I was reading an article about a government full-employment bill and saw something that caught my eye, causing me to eventually find this website about forced labor in the USA. I could use the word “slavery” defined here, but it’s a third-rail word. In other words, its a very delicate topic.
Forced labor is alive and well in [...]
In 1775, Patrick Henry gave an impassioned speech at the 1775 Virginia Convention, where he used those words to convince the Virginia House of Burgesses to get Virginia troops to fight in the Revolutionary War.
What would he write today? I suspect that he would be sickened with what our government is doing to this land of Liberty and Freedom. [...]
Like you, I saw plenty of news coverage of the Republican convention in Tampa, but I won’t be writing about that other than to say that Romney’s selection of Ryan as Vice President was a major error. No, I’m writing about the SEAL team member who just wrote a book, “No Easy Day” so he could make a lot of money. H [...]
As I write this at 7:30 in the morning, I’m listening to C-Span’s morning show, Washington Journal. This show has a call in section where today’s topic is “Are you doing better than you were ten years ago?”
Almost without exception, no one is.
So I started to wonder why the public actually believes campaign promi [...]
When you think about it, you’ll realize that gasoline prices and the devastating drought are interrelated. Why? Because ethanol is now 10% of almost all gasoline sold in this country. And what is it made from? Corn.
So while corn was plentiful and cheap, the corn post-production facilities (special interests) made lots of money by using [...]
Taxpayers in Georgia’s 11th Congressional District (Bartow, Cherokee, parts of Cobb and Fulton counties) will pay $239 million for Afghanistan war spending for FY2012 Enacted. That’s nearly $600 spent by every voter in my district!
For the same amount of money, the following could be provided:
32,506 Military Veterans Receiving V [...]
If you really look hard (you’ll have to do your own analysis) you’ll see how the election system has become progressively unfair. Why? Because of subtle biases built into the system over the years. It’s to the point that many races are uncontested, as it’s a waste of time for an opponent to spend enormous amounts of ef [...]
As a candidate, I am now privy to the dark and dirty side of the election business. I use the word “business” as it really is a business.
If you’ve looked at candidates’ web sites, they are all similar… vote for me and give me money. The purpose of these blogs is to give you an idea of my thoughts, insights and i [...]
Do you want more of less of more, or less of more of less?
Like me, you have to think carefully about these phrases. In English, more of less of more, means less, and less of more of less, means more.
I heard a political speech a few months ago where these phrases were used, but I cannot remember who said them. But that’s the point. Spe [...]
It appears to be a benign word, “dilution,” the watering down or the process of reducing the concentration or similar.
In the world of politics, it means the “kiss of death.” Dilution means that if there are many candidates for a seat, it becomes very, very difficult to receive the majority of the votes. It’s als [...]