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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Is John McCain Saying he is proud to be part of Mordor? Elitist RINO John McCain on the Senate floor this past week called those of us who believe in the fight to secure a balanced budget amendment and entitlement … Continue reading
The uber-wise and bureaucratically chiseled nanny-state overseers in Canada and Australia are legislatively denying law-abiding citizens the right to purchase body armor. British Columbia’s law specifically states that body armor is: A garment or item designed, intended or adapted for … Continue reading
by Mark Hulbert Friday, July 29, 2011 Market Watch Bad news, stock-market bulls: Corporate insiders are selling their companies’ shares at an abnormally fast pace. In fact, one measure of that selling activity shows insiders of NYSE- and AMEX-listed companies … Continue reading
by Chuck Roger July 28, 2011 Conservative Action Alerts Within the last few years, we have been treated to attempts by government to control our food intake with regulatory “nudges” and legislative edicts. Sugar, salt, trans-fats, fats in general, fast … Continue reading
Kathryn Nix July 29, 2011 The Foundry Yesterday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its new projections of national health spending trends through 2020. The findings, which estimate health care spending to reach more than $4 trillion … Continue reading
It’s important to watch what obama does while everyone is distracted by the debt ceiling debacle. Tom Tancredo 7/29/2011 Townhall.com While virtually all President Obama will talk about is the debt ceiling, he took a short break to give … Continue reading
Lots of excuses and misdirection here (about the only one not spouted is “it’s for the children”)……could it possibly be that the unbridled tax increases passed by the Coconino County Board of Supervisors has drawn the ire of local citizenry … Continue reading
7/28/2011 Scott Orr The Daily Courier PRESCOTT – There was standing room only at the Yavapai County Supervisors’ meeting rooms in Prescott and Cottonwood as the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (AIRC) held its first northern Arizona public forum to gather … Continue reading
Brian Walsh July 29, 2011 The Foundry Aspiring inventor Krister Evertson received a two-year sentence for allegedly abandoning materials that he had stored in sealed, stainless-steel containers and thus doing no harm to the environment. Indianapolis 500 champion Bobby Unser … Continue reading