Monday, June 19, 2017
If you are a member of a health club, for example Equinox, you can find a newsletter called Times Digest, which advertises properties on the Big Island, Hawaii and provides summaries from NYT articles and a crossword puzzle. This may or may not say something about who the editors of this digest think read it. At any rate it is great reading while on the treadmill. Something in the June 18th issue caught my eye. It was a book review about Raven Rock, the new book by Garett M. Graf about the federal government's plan to save itself in the event of an all out nuclear attack. Built on the paranoia of the Cold War, the book explores underground facilities in West Virginia and Pennsylvania (to name two), but that is not what caught my eye. It was the last paragraph which had little to do with the book and highlights the liberal bent to attach President Trump to anything of which they disapprove to put him in an unfavorable light. Graff's conclusion is, according to reviewer Justin Vogt, "The best defense against worst-case scenarios is competent, rational leadership that avoids them altogether." It is then that Mr. Vogt crosses the line from reviewer to axe grinder when he includes a totally vicious and uncalled for cheap shot on President Trump: "In the Trump era, however, that might be harder to find than a secret underground bunker." An uncalled for crack like that could stop you in your tracks while your on the treadmill and you might fall and break your neck.
Monday, May 29, 2017
On Memorial Day we mourn those who have given their lives in service to our country and its values of freedom, liberty and equality. So on this sacred day, when we remember those who died in wars large and small, I am wondering why so many in our country openly admire, support and propagate the enemies of the values we admire. For example the organizers of the Puerto Rican Day Parade have decided to honor FALN terrorist Oscar Lopez Rivera, who was pardoned by former President Barack Obama. You have to ask the basic question; why is there admiration for such a vicious killer? Is it because he attacked The Congress, planted bombs that killed hundreds including civilians and police or it is just the mindless admiration of tyrants? New York's Mayor DiBlasio, the same man who openly supported a socialist revolution working with the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, expressed his admiration for Fidel Castro and honeymooned in Cuba is attending the parade. Along with members of the City Council the admiration parade for enemies of our country continues. Some, like Univision, Goya Products and others have pulled out in protest, but the stalwart supporters of tyranny hold their ground. It has, it seems, become a value synonymous with the Democrats. Show me one Republican or Conservative with similar values. Their open admiration of America's enemies. Their support for those who betray the nation. Their open support for anything anti-American. While many of us remember the fallen, our progressive friends spit on their graves. Always remember this day so it can never be taken away or forgotten by those who think it's better to not remember.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
America's courts are being used as a weapon by liberal judges who are intent upon supporting any resistance to announced Trump policy prescriptions. It is time for the President to wrest back the power that rightfully belongs in the Office of the President. From the hold on the first immigration ban to the latest hold on defunding sanctuary cities, the courts are over reaching by nuffifying laws that are already in place, but have not been enforced. The President must defy the courts by enforcing the law and asking Congress to use its impeachment power to recall judges acting outside their duties as described by the Constitution. It is time for America's judges to be judged.
Monday, April 24, 2017
On April 22 there were more than 100 organized events at colleges, universities and Democrat-run cities around the country under the misnomer "Marching for Science." The only trouble was they weren't championing the scientific method, they were supporting scientific indoctrination. They were in support of science they believe and dismissive of science they don't. For example, despite the lack of knowledge concerning the climate change debate most of these marchers believe in it as a destructive concept which we must prevent. On the other hand despite the overwhelming proof that once a human egg is fertilized by human sperm it has 46 chromosomes and is distinctly human, most of these marchers believe abortion is not murder, just a hard choice. Now we come to indoctrination: From birth Humans are the most malleable species. Humans can be trained and indoctrinated to almost any purpose. A human from birth can learn any language or any set of customs. They can be trained to be kind or cruel, gulible or skeptical, honest or dishonest, religious or atheist. They can be taught to believe a given set of facts and without access to contrary information will never disbelieve those facts. For example, TV host Bill Maher said last week that the US was killing people more slowly with CO2 than Assad was killing Syrians with Sarin gas. Apparently he forgot his 7th grade biology where we learned that CO2 and Oxygen share a symbiotic relationship without which there would be no life on Earth. This one little proven, undisputed fact that we learned in the 7th grade puts the lie to the March for Science. If you follow the money it's not about climate change at all. It is about the research funding, which is in the hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars, that goes to universities and professional researchers who have a lot to lose if the Congress starts talking a close look at how research money is spent. It's your money.
Thursday, April 6, 2017
The Republicans continue to demonstrate why the Democrats consistently kick the GOP around the halls of Congress. Rep. Nunez of the House Intelligence Committee recuses himself from the investigation of the Trump/Russia Connection and Susan Rice leaks of Trump team members. Basically this leaves the committee in the hands of the ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff; a real friend of funding the truth. (Lol) Over and over again the Republicans cave to the ridiculous demands of a drowning Democrat party who would rather take the country down than to observe the "peaceful transition of power" they often espoused before the election of Donald Trump. For my Republican friends who still don't get it; The Democrats are out to destroy you and the President. Fight back or get another job.
Sunday, April 2, 2017
Ongoing healthcare talks prove one thing: President Trump will not relent on his promise to repeal ObamaCare and will achieve that goal. The most obvious solution is full repeal, the temporary retention of Medicaid and the withdrawal of the Federal Government from the healthcare business. This is, of course, not possible. However, full repeal should be the first effort. It is something the Republican House and Senate can agree on. They can see through all of the hysteria created by supporters of ObamaCare and know no one will be left to die in the street because they don't have health insurance. Fear is the only defense supporters of the status quo have to defend ObamaCare, which is nothing more than an income guarantee for insurance companies funded by the taxpayers of the United States. Repeal it now.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
The Republican Party should rename it self The Stupid Party. After our incendiary election, the Democrat effort to rig and steal the election, the collusion of the media to help the Democrats and the now obvious obstruction by the Democrats in every facet of governing, a small faction the Republican Party, that couldn't see the forest for the trees decided to sabotage their own President, the one they claimed they needed to "get things done." The Republicans proved two things yesterday. They proved they don't understand how ObamaCare is constructed and that the Democrat Party is working in concert with the bureaucracy to destroy any attempt by President Trump to change it. By voting down the package the Freedom Caucus has taken away the ability of the HHS Secretary to alter the regulations to control the health care market. For years the Republicans paraded the pile of 30,000 pages of ObamaCare regulations and said "this is the problem." They were right then and they were wrong yesterday. By forcing the cancellation of the vote the Freedom Caucus stops Secretary Price from de-regulating ObamaCare. The Republican's failure to vote on the bill gives the Democrats new hope that their obstruction techniques are effective and that is why the party should be renamed The Stupid Party.