Monthly Archives: July 2010

Demi-god of demagoguery Obama strives to avoid the issue

            Federal Judge Susan R. Bolton’s partial injunction against Arizona’s SB 1070 and the Department of Justice’s successful delay of Arizona’s appeal did nothing more to defuse an already volatile situation than pouring gasoline on a fire does.             Now … Continue reading

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Obama says could, Fedzilla says is

            The federal government crunched the economic numbers and discovered what all of us in taxpayer land struggling to survive have known for years. The other day on The View, President Barack Obama professed that things could be worse, and … Continue reading

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At least he didn’t execute the team

          The Poor Sport of the Year Award goes to North Korea’s madman, the little dictator Kim Jung Il, his sons and the heir apparent.             Playing in their first (ho-hum) World Cup Soccer Tournament in decades, a team heavily guarded to … Continue reading

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Prophetic words herald change Obama fears

             Charlie Rangel’s political career and reputation are crumbling along with Democratic support in the House of Representatives. The final collapse will occur in the public spectacle of a Congressional trial obliterating all sense of the dignified end the president … Continue reading

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Judge Bolton rules on SB 1070

            The most recent SB 1070 skirmish in the war between the Obama Administration and the state of Arizona concluded with a federal judge ruling both sides are proclaiming as a partial victory.             Judge Susan Bolton’s ruling released one day … Continue reading

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Shooting is a perishable skill

            I met an interesting fellow instructing at a shooting range last Saturday who taught me a few things that convinced me I need to spend some more time in his company. Any target-shooting firearm carrier who spends some time … Continue reading

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A sneaky unconstitutional threat to your vote

            Massachusetts legislators sent a bill to their governor’s desk that is a direct and unconstitutional attempt to bypass the Constitution. At present, the complex, but constitutionally established Electoral College decides the result of this country’s presidential election. With the … Continue reading

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