Christie the Bully for President?

From Newsmax: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie often takes petty revenge against people who he believes have slighted him, enhancing his bullying image, The New York Times reports. Christie has most recently angered many over George Washington Bridge lane closures in September. Two of his close allies ordered lanes closed for four days leaving Fort Lee and going into New York City, causing traffic snarls. Critics have charged the lane closures were retribution against Democratic Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich for not endorsing Christie’s re-election. Christie has denied any such motive. “Every organization takes its cues from the leadership as to what’s acceptable and what’s … Continue reading

Beretta won’t move to Virginia due to Terry McAuliffe’s gun-control agenda

By Emily Miller – The Washington Times Beretta has eliminated Virginia from its short list of states to move its company because anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe was elected governor. The firearms manufacturer made the decision to scratch Virginia off the list after the McAuliffe campaign fixated on restricting gun owners’ rights after receiving over $1 million in campaign donations from billionaire New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. “The anti-gun ads that McAuliffe ran in northern Virginia were particularly offensive,” Jeff Reh, general counsel of Beretta USA, told me in an interview. “And the fact that he could gain a voting advantage … Continue reading

From Virginia …

From Watchdog.org State bill bans political ‘retaliation’; NoVa Dems stay mum By Kenric Ward  /   December 26, 2013 ALEXANDRIA, Va. – While Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe talks up ethics reform, three key state Democrats are staying mum about legislation that would prohibit political “retaliation” by legislators. State Sen. Tom Garrett, R-Louisa, has filed Senate Bill 12, which would add a 12th commandment to the state’s code of conduct for public officials. Garrett’s bill says no state legislator may “use his public position to retaliate or threaten to retaliate against any person for expressing views on matters of public concern or … Continue reading

More Lunacy From The Land Of Fruits And Nuts.

There MUST be some real BAD air, water, or BOTH in California. To keep coming up with such asshattery as the latest from Sacramento. Too bad the GOOD people couldn’t get out, then let it be sawn off to float westward in the Pacific. On to the story, from CNSNews.com   California prostitutes win victim compensation   December 12, 2013 – 9:35 PM By DON THOMPSON, Associated Press Just what is needed. More “special laws” for LAWBREAKERS. Californians, WHERE does your “leadership” come up with this shit?   SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Spurred by emotional testimony from sex workers, California … Continue reading

How Is “The War On Coal” Going?

Unfortunately, it’s STILL going strong, especially under Asshat’s watch. Secession is sounding BETTER all the time. From The Daily Caller.com   Northeast states press EPA to crack down on Rust Belt, South. 1:57 AM  12/10/2013 By Michael Bastasch OK. Northeast liberals. SHUT ALL THEM DOWN NOW. We shall see how LONG you can last during THIS period of “global warming”. Assholes. The CLEANEST, and SAFEST of ALL electrical generation sources, and you MOONBATS would NEVER allow another one to be built. THINK about THAT when WE secede, leaving YOU assholes in the DARK, and hopefully, COLD.   Eight Democratic states … Continue reading

Scott Walker Could Reunite the GOP

Yeah, I know it’s early, but after reading this article, I’m thinking that Walker has inserted himself into my (early) short list for 2016. If we don’t get behind someone conservative early on in the primaries, the establishment RINOs will pick another squish for us. From: The New Republic article, December 01, 2013   Unlike Chris Christie or Ted Cruz, Scott Walker can appeal to the entire party.   BY NATE COHN There’s a real case that Chris Christie is the front-runner for the 2016 Republican nomination. That’s pretty remarkable: He’s for gun control, hails from the northeast, pals around with the … Continue reading

Judge Napolitano Blasted Juan Williams

From Eagle Rising: Last Wednesday, the Judge appeared on Fox News with Juan Williams and Bret Baier where he tore apart the Dem’s argument for Obamacare and befuddled  Juan Williams in the process. This is the kind of man we need running this country, someone who believes in abiding by the Constitution. ~Kathy

City May Use Eminent Domain for Walking Trail

From Q13Fox.com: PORT ORCHARD, Wash. – City officials want to expand the walking trail along the  Sinclair Inlet. To do it, the city may seize five waterfront properties using eminent domain and that has those homeowners seeing red. “This is my home. Right now, I can’t think of anything I would take for it,”  said homeowner John Haynes. “I want to stay right here.” Spend a few minutes along Bay Street and you’ll understand why no one wants  to leave.  Stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound says  it all. “I don’t want to give it up,” said Haynes. … Continue reading

How Many People Got ‘Disappeared’?

The Clinton Body Count As a follow up to my post ‘Correcting Hillary’s History’, Hardnox suggested I make a post regarding the large number of people who got ‘disappeared’ during Bill’s tenure as Governor and President. Of course, none of these were carried out by, nor tied directly to the Clintons, but it’s quite jarring to see what happened to so many people that crossed their paths. My apologies for the length of this – blame the Clintons. All of these people have been connected with the Clintons in some form or another. We have not included any deaths that … Continue reading

Meet The Man Who Purchased The Virginia Governorship For McAuliffe

The California billionaire who bought the Virginia Governorship for McAuliffe (and for himself). From AgainstCronyCapitalism.org:By Nick Sorrentino We have lots of friends in the environmental community. We value a vibrant natural world and we have and will continue to work toward such a world through various means. We are fans of solar power, and wind, and so called “alternative” energy technologies. But within the parameters of the market. If alternative energy sources cannot operate within the marketplace such energies are by definition not sustainable. The truth is that much of the money which went to “green” energy efforts during the first … Continue reading

Violations of The Constitution – The Fifth Amendment

Our Founders created the Constitution and Bill of Rights to guarantee the American people certain freedoms, liberties and rights. Over the years those rights have been trampled, manipulated and at times, grossly misinterpreted. This series will focus on examples of just how many of our rights have virtually been lost. The Fifth Amendment “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or … Continue reading

Violations of the Constitution – The Third Amendment

Our Founders created the Constitution and Bill of Rights to guarantee the American people certain freedoms, liberties and rights. Over the years those rights have been trampled, manipulated and at times, grossly misinterpreted. This series will focus on examples of just how many of our rights have virtually been lost. The Third Amendment No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. In 1774 American colonists were forced to quarter British soldiers in their homes because of … Continue reading

Walker Cuts Property Taxes in Wisconsin

From AP and Yahoo News: Wisconsin Assembly passes $100 million property tax cut, sends bill on to Walker    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Assembly, on a broad bipartisan vote Thursday, approved a $100 million property tax cut a week after Gov. Scott Walker proposed it, clearing the way for it to be signed into law by the end of the week. The measure sped through the Legislature with little opposition, allowing for the cut to be applied to tax bills mailed to homeowners in December. The amount of the cut will vary widely across the state but for … Continue reading

National Parks Re-Open – With a Catch

From Yahoo News and AP: FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Tourists returned to the Grand Canyon on Saturday after Arizona officials along with several counterparts agreed to a federal government plan to reopen national parks, which had been closed as a result of the partial government shutdown. But the Obama administration’s OK to reopen tourist areas across the nation came with a big caveat: States must foot the bill with money they likely won’t see again. So far, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Arizona and New York have agreed to open parks that had been closed since the beginning of the month. … Continue reading

Who is Ted Cruz … Really?

Ted Cruz is the junior U.S. Senator from Texas. Elected in 2012 as a Republican, he’s been branded a rebel since he often takes positions that aggravate older, more senior lawmakers, (even within his own party). His self-professed goal is to fan the flames of conservatism lit by Ronald Reagan. Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz was born in Calgary, Alberta, on December 22, 1970, where his parents, Eleanor Elizabeth Wilson Darragh and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz were living while working in the energy exploration field. His parents had just launched a seismic-data processing business supporting oil drillers. Cruz’s father was born in … Continue reading

From The “Union Success Stories” File.

In a recent vote for union representation, teachers in Wisconsin’s third-largest school district voted 2/3rds AGAINST their union. SAYANARA, Kenosha Education Association!! Good for them.  From The American Thinker.com by Thomas  Lifson September 13, 2013   Teachers Union Decertified in Wisconsin          ONE down, and a shithouse full to go.  Teachers  in Kenosha, Wisconsin – the third largest school district in the state — have  voted overwhelmingly to free themselves from the clutches of the teachers union,  the Kenosha Education Association, which  will now disband. Thanks to the reform bill, Act 10, pushed by Governor Scott  Walker, public employee unions … Continue reading

Eastern Politics Won’t Fly In The West.

. When Colorado was debating the gun control legislation in May and June of this year, Obama, Biden and the East Coast Political Establishment weighed in heavily in favor of limitations on our rights. Today, the President of the Colorado Senate is out of a job in a history making recall, along with one of his cohorts from Pueblo, Colorado. Fox21News has the story. Colorado lawmakers lose recalls over gun laws support by FOX21 Continuous News Desk John Morse DENVER (AP) — Two Colorado state lawmakers who backed gun-control measures in the aftermath of the mass shootings in Colorado and … Continue reading

Does Huckabee Read Hardnox and Friends?

He must. I’ve NEVER heard THIS out of ANY republican, or most conservatives, for that matter. I must say I’m pleased, BUT, Governor, CAT’S will do it MUCH quicker. From CNSNews.com Huckabee on UN: ‘Jackhammer the Whole Thing Off, Float It Into The East River’   September 9, 2013 – 4:09 PM By Penny Starr Governor, I like the way you think, but MY way will work BETTER. Instead of THESE, Governor, try…….. THESE instead. MUCH quicker way to “git-r-done”.   (CNSNews.com) – Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee weighed in on the United Nation’s failure to condemn or sanction Syria … Continue reading

Downplay Party?

Here is Governor Pence of Indiana.  His message is straightforward. What I want you to focus on is … the word “Republican(s).”  Now image how powerful this message would be if the word “Republican(s)” was not heard.  Just eliminate it. Perhaps a wider audience would listen or at least be open to the message. There are many more regular joes and josies like me than there are hard-core party people.  If the Republican Party wants to make head-way, it’s my humble opinion they need to downplay party politics per se. Quiz Question:  Can you cite the line that is my favorite in this video?  haha … Continue reading