Category Archives: U.S. Debt


Exectutive Branch, State Politics, U.S. Debt

Even Jayhawkers Are Against Obama “Spendulus”

February 25th, 2009

Okay, I admit it.  I was born in Kansas! However, when I say Jayhawkers are against the Obama stimulus package, I am not just referring to myself.  If you’re really not that familiar with Kansas and its politics; here’s some … Continue reading


Exectutive Branch, U.S. Debt

Obama Uses Air Force One for 110 Mile Trip!

February 7th, 2009

Air Force One cost more than $56,000 per hour to operate. According to, it is 110 miles from Washington D.C. to Williamsburg, Va.  Thursday, February 5th, Obama traveled to the Democratic House of Representatives weekend spa retreat being enjoyed … Continue reading


Exectutive Branch, The Courts, U.S. Debt

How The U.S. Government and AIG Are Funding Hostile Islamic Activities!

January 5th, 2009

The AIG $40 Billion Bailout Violates The First Amendment. Congress passed the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act 0f 2008 (how’s it worked so far?).  Pursuant to its taxing and spending power, Congress appropriated $40 Billion in taxpayer money to support a … Continue reading


Education, Exectutive Branch, U.S. Debt

U.S. Taxpayer’s Money — Teaching Financial Literacy?

December 1st, 2008

The Question: Is the U.S. Government’s teaching financial literacy a good idea, and has it been working? The more you look behind the scenes at what is going in any government program, the more perplexed you become.  At least that’s … Continue reading


Exectutive Branch, U.S. Debt

Hey, All You Boeing Employees, Are You Listening?

November 28th, 2008

The Big Three Automakers Are Using The Airbus Playbook! Airbus is teaching the U.S. automakers the end around.  On November 7th, in my article Gold Flush (below), I stated there would soon be “stimulus packages available and flushed out regularly … Continue reading