So it’s been awhile since I came out here to your favorite place on the worldwide web to discuss the scourge of Obamacare, but I feel it’s important to document a few observations which I haven’t seen others make. First of all, let’s refresh our RAM on a few background points. On October 1st, 2013, the government went into shutdown mode. The two political parties running the show between both houses of Congress…"It’s Been Awhile"
The principle of the matter is that the principle of the matter doesn’t seem to matter. Go back and read that again out loud. I’ll wait. *Pause for effect* Isn’t that brilliant? The principle of the matter is that the president and his party passed a burdensome monstrosity in the name of health care legislation which adds more power to the government and takes more power from the individual when it comes to healthcare matters.…"The Principle Of The Matter"
CHAROLETTE, NC – The date of May 25, 1961 represents a bold and powerful event in the history of America as one which ushered in this country’s race to the moon. It was on that day that President John F. Kennedy spoke before a joint session of Congress and issued a challenge to land a man safely on the moon and return him home before the end of the decade. Fifty-one years later, President Barack…"Obama To Issue New American Challenge In Convention Speech"
The Earth’s rotation has recently experienced an anomaly in its rotation according to lead scientists with NASA and the US Geological Service. It’s currently unknown what the long term implications of an irregular rotation could be. A typical Earth day could change from 24 hours to days either shorter or longer than we’re all used to. In addition, an altered rotation could subsequently have an impact on the orbit of the planet we call home.…"Earth In Peril: New Rotation Could Cause Problems For The Planet"
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Obama Administration is considering the use of individual mandates in future legislative proposals if the President should win re-election this year. One of the first proposals would require all American citizens to register a profile on a federally approved social networking website. According to unnamed sources close to the administration, the idea could be introduced in the President’s next State of the Union Address. The move for the Administration…"“One Simple Sign-on” Listed As A Possible 2nd Term Initiative"