More than half the voters today are politically naive. Evidence? Obama’s re-election.
This indeed bodes well for a likely Hillary Clinton presidential run in 2016. She has quite a resume, including meetings with most world leaders. Her record of actual accomplishment, however, is paper thin, given the growing role of Islam in more parts of the world.
Even so, Republicans face a formidable task when they try to deny her the White House. They will need a candidate who has it all: capable of inspiring rhetoric, a record of high achievement in several areas, a pristine record of personal character and a fierce love of count ... continue reading »
America isn’t America anymore. The neo-cons and the progressive liberals have seen to that.
However, their monstrous post-constitutional government contains the seeds of its own destruction because there are too many Americans who recall the taste of freedom. We the People can be pushed just so far.
If Gallup pollsters want to gauge the deep undercurrent of discontent, anger and anxiety amongst Americans, they should ask the question: “Hypothetically, given a choice to move to a state or a region of states within the United States not subject to Washington, D.C., would you do so?”
[To Joseph Farah:] In response to “So what do we call ‘illegal aliens’?” – for sure they are not, “undocumented immigrants,” nor are they “illegal immigrants”! Immigrants are citizens of another country who legally enter this country with the intent of becoming citizens, learning English, finding a legal job, paying taxes and supporting our society! They are not just “illegal aliens” who are in this country and are not extorting our social services, schooling and taxes via claiming multiple child exemptions for children n ... continue reading »
I suggest we lower the legal voting age to 9 and require all voters to know how many million are in a trillion (only 18 percent of voters currently know the answer) and how long they will be paying on our $17 trillion debt if we paid it off at $100 million per day (excluding interest). What we’re doing amounts to “taxation without representation,” which should not be legal.
The gravestone for the United States should read “Here lies the remains of the United States of America, buried under a ton of political correctness. Mourn at your leisure.”
It looks like we Americans are quite close to getting a “comprehensive” immigration scheme foisted upon us whether we want it or not. But Sen. Jeff Sessions, a man I admire, says more discussion about various aspects of the proposed legislation is needed. So here’s a thought: How about sending congressional aides (no shortage there) outside the Beltway to some of the many employment offices throughout the country and ask the millions of job seekers how they feel about more immigrants? Seems a fair question.
Of course, that would happen about the same time elephants began roosting in trees.