Sen. Andrew McDonald and Rep. Michael Lawlor at a rally celebrating a State Court ruling favoring gay marriage
All across America, giddy with their new majorities and super majorities, Democrats and their liberal Republican Allies have set themseleves to the task of dismantling American Freedom.
Leaving no stone un-turned, we see, in the Conecticut Legislature, a bill introduced by co-chairs Andrew McDonald and Michael Lawlor to end the control by the Catholic Church of its own parishes in direct and obvious violation of the Constitution. Continue reading
From Ron Ewart:
We are not blind. Most of us with eyes to see, know what is happening. The “give me’s” have won …… for now! They have succumbed to the siren call of the government’s free lunch, that the wise ones know, is not free.
These folks are
trained investigators and they need solid information to help us all.
Jack Venrick sends the following:
To Property Owners Who Have Had an Encounter with the King County Department of Environmental & Development Service Continue reading
From the email underground:
I bought a bird feeder. What a beauty of a bird feeder it is. I hung it on my back porch and filled it with seed. Within a week we had hundreds of birds taking advantage of the continuous flow of free and easily accessible food.
But then the birds started building nests in the boards of the patio, above the table, and next to the barbecue. Continue reading
The farther we go down this road, the longer it will take to repair the relationship between conservatives and the Republican Party.
(Manassas, Virginia) – Republicans’ loss of the House seat held for two decades by former Speaker Dennis Hastert is “proof that conservatives are prepared to sit out the 2008 elections,” Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ.com, said.
“Instead of contributing and volunteering, conservatives are closing their checkbooks and staying home. Liberals and Democrats are enthusiastic to a degree not seen in decades, and grassroots conservatives are sitting on their hands,” Viguerie said. Continue reading
Democrat Governor of New Jersey has come under fire for proposing to increase highway tolls 50% every four years for the next fourteen years and add tolls to some State highways. This is to pay off a 32 Billion dollar deficit. How does a State get 32 Billion in the hole in the first place? To his credit, he does advocate a State spending freeze to 2007 levels – but anyone in Washington State knows how well spending freezes work. Continue reading