Quote of the Day – Titles Edition

How would George Washington — a man who actually turned down the presidential salary and preferred being called “Mr. President” over other ‘too majestic’ sounding titles — react if he could see the current state of American politics, exemplified by … Continue reading

How small a person do you have to be…

To be in this conversation? Brig. Gen. Michael Walsh, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was testifying on the Louisiana coastal restoration process in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. He began to answer one of Boxer’s questions with “ma’am” … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Government (dis)services Edition

However, make no mistake about it. The government doesn’t want to be efficient. Power is not obtained by doing what is required, but by fooling the populace into believing they need everything and making it impossible to obtain. Then, the … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Enemy Action Edition

In one of Ian Fleming’s novels, we learn that, “Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times is enemy action.” I am beginning to wonder who Barack Hussein Obama really works for–because he is doing things that our enemies would do. For … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – World Class Errors Edition

And that is the heart of the problem. Only with the power of government do we get the truly world class mistakes. The genocides. The continent spanning wars. The crooked politicians saddling our decedents with trillions of dollars of debt … Continue reading