Originally posted on My Two Cents:
I realize that the comparison has been made a thousand times, but it did not sink in for me until I did the math myself. The government is mandated by the Constitution to have a postal service. I understand the need for one. What I do not understand is…
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The Family Leaders Thanksgiving Family Forum 4:00 – 6:00 pm CT – Saturday Nov. 19, 2011 A family discussion with the GOP presidential candidates Location: First Federated Church, Des Moines, IA Sponsor: The Family Leader | CitizenLink | National Organization for Marriage Moderator: Dr. Frank Luntz Televised: TBA Streamed: http://www.CitizenLink.com Participants: Bachmann, Cain, Gingrich, Paul, … Continue reading
Florida changing its primary date to January 31 just shows one thing – all national elections are held on the same day every four years, so too should the national primaries. It is a national election we’re talking about, and therefor the nation should get the opportunity to elect who it wishes to be on … Continue reading
FEMA should be limited to national disasters brought on by wars and major acts of terrorism to help rebuild. Natural disasters should be the responsibility of the state within which it occurred.
After altering its original story covering the “hilarity” of the Attack Watch site on “the Internet”, the Washington Post updated their article again to include: Update, Wednesday, 5:11 p.m. Obama 2012’s press office just returned an earlier request for comment. According to deputy press secretary Katie Hogan, 100,000 people signed up for the site in … Continue reading
By ROBERT BURNS, AP National Security Writer – Fri Jun 10, 5:30 am ET BRUSSELS – America’s military alliance with Europe — the cornerstone of U.S. security policy for six decades — faces a “dim, if not dismal” future, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Friday in a blunt valedictory address. In his final policy speech as Pentagon chief, … Continue reading