You know, this could have been a lot worse. So… up-twinkles, I guess. Only losing $10.5 billion on a payoff to special interests (in this case, labor unions) qualifies as a roaring success by current Washington standards. And, sadly, I don’t just mean Obama standards. Fox Business brings us the happy news that the “G” in GM no longer stands for “Government”:
A real eye opener for those of you who don’t follow, or aren’t following the demise of America. The covering up of the truth in the name of political correctness, the busy body do-gooders who will only show you what they think you should know inorder to preserve the status quo. To tell you that everything is ok and that you have nothing to worry about. More and more people are learning that things are not ok. Please enjoy the article. Then your man who wrote it has quite a story to tell.
The High Price of Telling the Truth About Islam
Originally published here: http://frontpagemag.com/2012/02/10/the-high-price-of-telling-the-truth-about-islam-1/
The article below is written by Eric Allen Bell, a filmmaker who was recently banned from blogging at the “Daily Kos” because he wrote three articles that ran afoul of the mindset there, specifically naming “Loonwatch.com” as a “terrorist spin control network.” This article first appeared in our Feb 7 issue and we have decided to rerun it due to the massive interest and reaction it received.
A strange thing happened to me the other day when I was driving past the Federal Building in Los Angeles. There were a crowd of people assembled there with signs which said that Israel is an aggressive force in the Middle East and that Iran is being picked on. As I stopped at a red light I heard a man with a mega phone lead the protesters in a chant charging Obama with genocide. I saw many young people and several Muslim women with their heads covered. It was an anti-war demonstration that probably a year ago I would have supported. Continue reading
This article was sent to me by a friend who said it was sent to him by another friend, so I don’t know who to credit for it. It makes some interesting observations about what is going on in our world today. I don’t agree with some of the conclusions the author makes, but the observations are valid.
Whether these changes are good or bad depends in part on how we adapt to them. But, ready or not, here they come.
The Post Office. Get ready to imagine a world without the post office. Continue reading