I have been an independent worker for 25 years using Blue Cross Blue Shield. I always paid my high premiums. Today I got a letter informing me they are letting me go as customer. I’m upset, to say the least, but ready for any fight that must ensue.
Even so, I’m still backing Obamacare. I think our president did a good thing.
On one subject, gays, you have lost rather badly. Quit whining like a poorly trained dog. You have lost for good.
Hi, Joseph. Regarding your column “Have defenders of liberty given up?” – I urge you to continue exhorting responsible citizens to break out of their shells of withdrawal! I too am angry.
Millions of concerned Americans have written, blogged, discussed the issues. You stand above all the rest in commitment and zeal by reporting the truth and exposing lies and conspiracies. Your continued reporting expertise and commitment is needed.
Yet, there is a flaw in your recent writing: “I’m ready to storm the barricades with you. But I’m not a p ... continue reading »
Joseph, this morning’s column covers ALL the questions I’ve asked myself many times over.
Why can’t the conservative movement get out of its own way? The establishment types are fearing for their “gravy train” being derailed by the tea party energy. The “go along to get along” crowd are pot shooting the Cruzes and Lees who are standing strong in their positions. They can’t see beyond their noses!
The answer? Who knows – maybe starting “The American Party” and setting out a set of conservative principl ... continue reading »
Regarding Pat Buchanan’s column “Hail to the Redskins!” – if they want to make a fight of it, they should turn their tomahawks on the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Highlight the third-world conditions of the reservations in Montana, for example. Don’t waste our time with talk of a name change for our beloved Redskins. Rather talk of a real change in the condition of Indian families under the watchful, all-knowing, all-powerful, grand pooh-bah eyeballs of the liberal policies of the federal government. I don’t think those Indian kids care so much abou ... continue reading »
Did anyone besides me wonder how the feds got all those signs printed and distributed far and wide, including to all the national parks and cemeteries overseas only eight to 10 hours after the government shutdown?
I have worked in the government on and off for 40 years. During that time, I became quite familiar with requisitions, bidding, awarding contracts etc. It is a time-consuming process with bean-counters and pencil-necked bureaucrats every step of the way. The simplest request takes months, not days or hours.
In less than eight hours after the shutdown, miraculously, professionally printed 3-by-4-foot signs appeared al ... continue reading »