In basketball it’s called a fake, in war a smoke screen, and in magic we call it slight of hand
MORE CASH FOR THE PENTAGON
Just recently the Congress hammered-out a bi-partisan compromise spending bill. At the heart of the bill is a massive increase in military spending.
The leaders at the Pentagon were elated. Let us not forget to mention those who will profit the most, feeding off the government ‘gravy train’.
Ever wonder how much of that increase for the military goes toward multi-million dollar salaries for the weapons manufacturers. Continue reading “The Big Fake”
I openly admit that I’ve met people who game the social services system; but in reality, they are a very small percentage. This women’s clarity exposes a cultural distortion that only perpetuates the impoverished conditions of many hard working Americans who are trying to raise families on insufficient incomes. Continue reading “Confronting Poverty with Clarity (Video)”
DISGRACE… comes in all forms when it comes to our flag, our values, and how we honor those who gave the full measure of their existence to defend our noble principals. Yet, at the same time, we need to make sure we DON’T engage in hypocrisy and SELECTIVE OUTRAGE
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This posting is a public letter, made in response to an article: Conservative Values vs. Liberal Values, by Star Parker for WND (World Net Daily), a conservative news website. The author prefers anonymity at this time.
Hello Star Parker,
I read your article outlining the difference between liberal and conservative, published back in 2006. http://www.wnd.com/2006/04/35555/ Maybe I misread the intent of your comparisons. However, I thought I’d share my own positions as a progressive independent. And deflect some of the assumptions, made in the press about what is presumed to be liberal. The divisions you discussed, when you published your article, are even deeper now. The rhetoric has become Continue reading “The Illusion of Liberal vs Conservative Values”
Are we on the verge of civil war?
With the increasing number of politically motivated incidences of gun violence, its easy to think so. At the same time the public is being bombarded with “vitriolic” discourse from the media. For example, Bill O’Reilly has written a book called Cultural Warrior. He and many other media pundits, both left and right, stir up the public’s emotions with fear. But mostly, I’m compelled to accuse the right-wing mouth pieces of sounding a lot more like leaders of a lynch mob. Continue reading “Culture War, Guns and Insanity”