Tag Archive | Government
It is Election Day and soon it will be found out if conservatives did indeed claim the White House back from the commie hijackers that stole it in November 2008. This is not so much about party but about what kind of country we want to leave for our children (Yes, pro-aborts some of us […]
Since the Tea Party has sprouted last spring and made history as patriots tried to take back their country there have been others trying to drown it during its earliest inception. The mainstream media thought it nothing more than a joke and that it was a bunch of racist rednecks who are all about hating […]
David Kellerman, the CEO of Freddie Mac, was recently found dead at his home in the basement and was a victim of an apparent suicide. Does this remind anyone of Vince Foster’s suicide during the Clinton years? Or even Marilyn Monroes’ suicide during the Kennedy years.? Excuse me if I go all Oliver Stone on […]
Some realizations are just more painful then others. This is one of those, I was joking at SGP that my son is going to grow up and tell people, “Yeah all my family did growing up was protest the government. It was like we were hippies but with morals.” After that little realization hit me […]
The video is from the Santa Monica Tea Party. So I went to a Tea Party in Santa Monica, California. I got my kid out of school early so I could take him to it. I got my master flier printed up but couldn’t find a Kinko’s or Office Depot close to where I was […]
William Warren is once again right on target with his latest cartoon. Got to love how he can simply speak the truth in just one panel of artwork. He is obviously a bright and talented man, which makes me grateful that he is on our side.
On December 16, 1773 Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and other American patriots unhappy with the current government in England dictating unjust laws on the colonists rose up and dumped 342 crates of tea in the Boston harbor. That act would become known as the Boston Tea Party and their slogan “taxation without representation” still echoes […]