Monthly Archives: December 2010


2012 Federal Elections, Teaparty

Governor Jan Brewer for President in 2012?

December 29th, 2010

A pre-season dark horse for sure.  We might be the first to say this, and some may think we’re crazy however, we will say it anyway.  Governor Brewer can beat Obama.  Here are a few brief explanations of why we … Continue reading


Elections, House of Representatives, U.S. Debt, U.S. Senate

Why Did Republican’s Vote For Another Stimulus?

December 26th, 2010

Lame Duck Republicans Gave Obama A Stealth Stimulus and a Facelift. Next month, in the State of the Union message, Obama will give the American voters the impression that he is out front on this bad deficit spending and is … Continue reading


Education, Exectutive Branch, U.S. Senate

State of De(x)ception in Full Throttle.

December 19th, 2010

The American people are routine victims of the government’s incessant flow of deception as it moves us ever closer to a state of exception.  Hence the term we coin here called, de(x)ception.  The government’s easy success in its deception is … Continue reading


Exectutive Branch, House of Representatives, U.S. Senate

The Lame Duck Is At It Again!

December 10th, 2010

What is disturbing to us and a lot of teaparty advocates is that the Senate minority leadership actually agreed to liberal conditions, i.e., more deficit spending, as quid pro quo for Obama’s agreement to “extend the Bush tax cuts.”  Where … Continue reading

federal employees

Exectutive Branch, U.S. Debt

The State of De(x)ception Continues

December 9th, 2010

Obama’s Proposal Passed in House. In late November, Obama proposed a two year freeze on federal employees pay (not to include military or federal court employees). Obama’s political rhetoric was: “The hard truth is that getting this deficit under control … Continue reading


House of Representatives, U.S. Debt, U.S. Senate

A Balanced-Budget Amendment Is Not “Chicken-Crap.”

December 2nd, 2010

This is nothing new under the sun. In the last few days we see and hear that the federal deficit is finally in the main-stream news (again?).   This is not a new topic being advocated by persons of influence … Continue reading