In 1964, Ronald Reagan delivered a powerful speech, "A Time for Choosing". The speech is about the some of the same issues we face today. Big government, intrusive government, overspending, and aristocracy seem to be a reoccurring problem throughout our history. If you watch the video of this speech on youtube, it's almost like Ronald Reagan is reaching out… Continue
Added by Joseph Plaviak on April 20, 2010 at 8:00am —
bill clinton said yesterday the language coming from beck,rush and the tea party is the same kind of talk that caused tim mcveigh to blow up the federal building in oklahoma city. nothing could be futher from the truth. the mass murder of men,women and children of the branch dividian church is what tim mcveigh was angry about.clinton has a lot of nerve blaming inocent people of violence when clinton and janet reno are the true murderers. the branch dividians we stock piling weapons to fight the… Continue
Added by Ricky Tanner on April 20, 2010 at 7:58am —
Added by Rinky R. Say on April 20, 2010 at 6:30am —
i like both sara palin and ron paul. i think at this point in time sara palin is unelectable i just dont think sara has the momenum to turn out the voters. ron paul i have to respect he puts a copy of the constitution in his pocket before leaving for congress every day our constitution is on life support. i would support ron paul in a primary but have been keeping my eye on michelle bachman she has leadership quailites she a tea party supporter she has electability and just plain common sense.… Continue
Added by Ricky Tanner on April 20, 2010 at 5:32am —
I just resigned from your organization. Selecting a green party liberal like Paul or a feminist liberal like Palin shows that your organization is doomed to failure for America and I don't want anything to do with it.
Added by Roger Wray on April 20, 2010 at 3:45am —
The best and worst blogs are those with no comments. It means there is nothing left unsaid, either bad or good.
Added by Joseph Whitworth Smith on April 19, 2010 at 7:06pm —
An awful lot of Republican incumbents as well as Democrats are feeling a bit nervous these days. Attribute that situation to the existence of the recently created TEA (taxed enough already) Party. From the git-go, Democrats have reacted with undisguised hostility and…
Added by Bob VanDeHey on April 19, 2010 at 6:30pm —
As I sat and watched the socialists pass the government take over of health care this came to me:
"I pledge allegiance to the United Socialist States of America, and to the commune for which it stands, one nation under god knows what, with collectivism and sameness for all".
Two years ago I was totally A political. I was a registered independent who had voted both sides of the aisle my entire life. But, in the spring before the 2008 General/Presidential elections I knew… Continue
Added by Jerry A. Martin on April 19, 2010 at 6:16pm —
I'd like to say to the lady who just blogged and said she is a broke College student ,along with her friends, and they want to help out. I am a post-grad in the exact same boat and see what's coming. The whole thing is something we do not recognize, and we know isn't the truth. I just started walking up to people at my son's baseball game and the number of people talking, about this is resonating everywhere. I put my faith in god , because as you know we are just average people wanting to build… Continue
Added by Marni Astin on April 19, 2010 at 2:06pm —
In another attempt to portray the Tea Party Movement as racist, the Sunday news programs were peppered with racism all day, using identical talking points. Wonder where they all get them. Hmmmm. There never has been and there is no room in this movement for racism, or violence, or anti-americanism. In fact, it's just the opposite. We love our country, and want it to succeed. We want all people to succeed. We want everyone to be happy and have the… Continue
Added by Cathy O'Brien on April 19, 2010 at 2:00pm —
I am a broke college student. I don't have money to donate and I want to make an impact on this effort. What can I do? I have many of college student friends with the same issue.. what can we do?
Added by Julie Anne Bera on April 19, 2010 at 11:38am —
Don’t be angry; don’t be afraid. The destiny of America is the destiny of the individual. This has been known since time immemorial. It was incorporated into the U. S. Constitution and ordained, made sacred by the American people. The government of the United States is of the people for the people. Therefore, for the individual, my Constitution does not favor one individual over another. Every… Continue
Added by Joseph Whitworth Smith on April 19, 2010 at 10:35am —
Americans should be angry and afraid
I have lived through Korea, the Cuban missile crisis, the war in Vietnam, both Gulf wars, and many other threats to our way of life, but I have never feared Continue
for our country as I do now. The so called main stream media who worship at…
Added by Eddie Sullivan on April 19, 2010 at 4:46am —
Without personal liberty, you are indeed a slave.
We must stop this government from taking away our
Freedoms, now! Stand up now and speak out against the tyranny. …
Added by Eddie Sullivan on April 19, 2010 at 4:43am —
April 19, 1775 is important event because it marked the beginning of the American Revolution. Also it had siganled freedom for the Americans from British rule.
What happen on that day? Why the Battle of Lexington and Concord took place. A battle that we won!
But to the liberals want you to know about this event? No, thay only want you to know about the bombing ofAlfred P. Murrah Federal Building at Oklahoma City! Did it happen? Hell yes it did, but I am not going to let this… Continue
Added by John Eustace on April 19, 2010 at 4:32am —
|Vice President Biden loves to say that a rich nation (America)
has a moral obligation to pay for this and that (currently Health
Care). One problem, we are not rich. Here is what each of us
need to fund each and every year. Except, as I discuss below, fifty
percent of America pays no income tax.
Per Capita Government Spending in the United…
Added by BRIAN DOOLEY on April 18, 2010 at 8:36pm —
SEC, DTCC and Goldman Sachs Scandals Require “True Financial Reform,”
Not Obama Administration’s Phony Refunding of…
Added by Bob VanDeHey on April 18, 2010 at 7:34pm —
I have no representation while Obama Democrats say with an open smile; "Once we pass this bill we can see what is in it", Politicians swear they have read each bill though it is physically impossible, Stimulus plans that amounts to making air drops of cash over large cities. Taxation is replaced by earning redistribution. Stealing Pork is more important than fairly serving our national needs.
Meanwhile our NY Governor Patterson delays replacement of Massa (Tickle freak) because a… Continue
Added by Paul Tomkins on April 18, 2010 at 2:38pm —
A Nation of Fools
By Peary Perry
“Riddle me this….Obama”
Ok, let’s see if I understand the conditions for the new healthcare package.
Let’s try to use an example to make it simple….
Driver “A”- On one hand we have the driver of a car who has multiple DUI’s and has had several wrecks and accidents. He regularly receives traffic citations for speeding, running red lights and not watching for children at school crossings. He doesn’t believe in… Continue
Added by Peary Perry on April 18, 2010 at 12:56pm —
I was a high school senior when I volunteered for the U. S. Army Air Corps. I was made a pre-aviation cadet. I dreamed of sitting behind a powerful engine and flying into the wild blue yonder. On October 12, 1943, twenty-five days after I turned eighteen, raring to go, I was inducted. Right off the bat, my dream of flying was shattered. I was told no more air cadets were needed. Why was I… Continue
Added by Joseph Whitworth Smith on April 18, 2010 at 12:22pm —