Archive for April, 2011

Americans of all stripes, who offer any attention paid to the many different issues of importance and relevance to our lives in this country, have certainly got their hands full at this time. Whether it be matters of economic turbulence, national security threats ( both Continental and International ), Weather related tragedies  that we’ve seen and will continue to see, or the high unemployment rate, stagnant GDP growth and ever troubling inflation which affects all of us everyday, one thing is certain. The Election of 2012 will have serious and direct impact as to the continued demise or much needed directional change in what has become almost every aspect of traditional life in this, the good old USA. Read the rest of this entry »

America has now reached the point fiscally, whereas our National Debt has arrived at  it’s limit. Again!  Washington, at every stronghold is in debate over whether to increase this debt limit or not, a debate itself which is a bit of a facade, as it is more likely than not that the limit will be increased. It is only a matter of what will the Republican led Congress get in trade for their votes, that is at real question. Read the rest of this entry »

If there was any doubt that the 2012 campaign season was officially begun, Mr. Obama erased it all with his forty-plus minute budget/debt reduction speech, that was nothing more than a campaign stop with free Nationwide television coverage. A shameful exercise once again in the art of talking in non-specifics, fear mongering, class warfare, and over-exaggerated predictions of growth and “Investment”, used to falsely justify his lofty claims of Trillions saved over 12 years. Read the rest of this entry »

Late Friday evening, and all Saturday morning, the News rang out. “They have a Deal! There will be NO Government Shutdown! Hoorah Hoorah!  The band played loudly and the pigeons were set loose to fly around the Capital. A semi-Grand Celebration of People who were at “long last” and very begrudgingly finally doing their job, and not much more. Read the rest of this entry »