30 Nov 2012 Leave a comment
Yup, it is raining buckets here in Central California. I know the storms we get here are no match for the eastern states’ storms, but by the reactions of many California residents, you would think there was a class 5 hurricane blowing through. So here is a tribute to rain. Too bad it does not melt liberals!
30 Nov 2012 Leave a comment
“Keep in mind that the first and third paragraphs of the Declaration of Independence expressly contemplate the dissolution of a political union when the underlying government becomes tyrannical.Do we have a ‘government without limitation of powers’ yet? The Federal government kept the Union together through violence and force in the Civil War, but did might really make right?” Paul added.
29 Nov 2012 2 Comments
29 Nov 2012 1 Comment
Of course he lies. He is nothing more than a front man for Goldman/Sachs and other globalist who are the ones running the country..
Originally posted on Rat Nation:
ENTITLEMENT REFORM? WHO SAID ANYTHING ABOUT ENTITLEMENT REFORM?
Before I get started, here’s a quick memo to the Washington Post and anyone else who’s ever been surprised to find Barack Obama smack dab in the middle of an arm’s length relationship with the truth: If O’s lips are moving, he’s lying. Got it? Good, let’s continue.
28 Nov 2012 3 Comments
28 Nov 2012 3 Comments
Originally posted on JamesLordsBlog:
With the Change now with movement Forward and the statement: You didn’t do it someone else did it for you. Such as the Government.
A self grandiose Community activist tells us that the government can solve all of our problems; to further confuse this same activist has in the past blamed the government for all the problems he and his supporters claim it can fix. My Pappy called this having the cake and eating it to.
28 Nov 2012 1 Comment
No, I ain’t talking about Christmas or retirement. I am talking the upcoming golf season. The coaching gig never gets old. Like I have always said, the game of golf is unique. It does not matter if you’re a scratch player or a 25 handicap, it is all about having fun and passing something on to the next generation of golfers. I always give credit to two guys who got me where I am today: Coach Hollister who took me to a par-3 course when I was in the 8th grade, and my dad who told me to play on my high school team, because “you will get to play for free.” And he bought me my first set of clubs.
Holy crap, 35 years later I am getting paid to do what I would gladly do for free! I am playing some of the nicest courses in the area..for free. And I am passing on the best parts of the game to young fellows who will be sharing the same info long after I check out of this life. This is payment a plenty for me.
27 Nov 2012 2 Comments
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Here are a few facts I am sure the new Lincoln movie will re-write a bit!
4. He Was A Civil Rights Saint
After Martin Luther King, Jr., Lincoln is probably seen as racial equality’s most famous supporter. Even famous ex-slaves, such as Frederick Douglass, heralded him as a champion for the black race. But what is seldom discussed are Lincoln’s not-so-progressive views of black people. For example, he said, “I will say that I am not… in favor of bringing about the social and political equality of the white and black races, that I am not in favor of making voters of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people.” Not exactly something you want to be teaching 4th graders about our “greatest president.”
In 2000, Time wrote of the man who freed the slaves: “He supported the noxious pre-Civil War ‘Black Laws,’ which stripped African Americans of their basic rights in his native Illinois, as well as the Fugitive Slave Act, which compelled the return to their masters of those who had escaped to free soil in the North.”
If any doubt looms on his views, one only has to look to his plan for blacks, including celebrated free black thinkers like Frederick Douglass: Lincoln sought to buy and then deport all blacks to Africa and South America, probably forcing them to undergo similar treatment as their ancestors had undergone during the Middle Passage.
3. He Started The Civil War Over The Slavery Issue
Most people believe the Civil War was fought over slavery, but taxes had just as much to do with it. The urban North continually pushed for disproportionately higher taxes for the rural South until it couldn’t take it anymore and decided to secede from the Union.
Even the Emancipation Proclamation was little more to him than a war tactic. It was Lincoln’s prediction that freeing a slew of hostile blacks would allow the South to tear itself apart, or at the least, bring new recruits to the North. Many newspapers of the times, even those in the Union, criticized Lincoln for seeking to destroy the Confederacy at any cost.