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The private sector has downsized its pay & benefits now the public sector will feel the hurt.


GAO report endorses cuts in U.S. Postal Service
By Ed O'Keefe
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, April 12, 2010
The U.S. Postal Service's current business model "is not viable," and the mail agency should make deeper job and wage cuts, hire more part-time staff and consider outsourcing some operations, according to a draft of a government audit acquired by The Washington Post.
In part the GAO report states:
* Reduce the size of the workforce through retirements and outsourcing.

Tyranny through Taxation: The Power of Few over Many

An interesting opinion piece by Dock David Treece.

With April 15th quickly approaching, we thought it appropriate to spend this week discussing taxes and current issues facing government cash flow in this country. We'd like to first preface our argument thus:

have you completed your Census form and mailed it in?

Epitaph for America?

America is under a curse and those who treacherously voted for that fraud and foreigner are helping to make Marxist Jeremiah Wright’s wish come true that God damn America. Shame! -
Black Day in America: Obama Wins, America Loses

2 Kings 17

Hospitals across the country reporting people demanding their Obamacare


One local hospital said a patient came in to a outpatient clinic and wanted her whole body scanned for cancer. When told she needed a doctor order and her insurance would not cover it she got upset and said "Did you know Obama signed the law and everything is covered for free?".

Who Is More Effective At Getting Conservatives Elected?


Maybe Obamacare Only Temporary?


Here's food for thought. Suppose after the Midterm election, the House refuses to fund this Mother of All Bills? Since all appropriations bills originate in the House, seems to me it will die on the vine, as they say.

Send in the military

They took an oath to defend the constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic.

Next Up-Amnesty!


IMO, next up in the hopes of riding on perceived momentum, will be total amnesty for any and all illegal aliens. The democrat party is bleeding votes, and here is a new source to be mined by desperate, soon to be gone socialists. Watch for amnesty to be "fast tracked" ASAFP.

The Battle for Health Care Might be Over, Now The Battle For The Country Is Beginning.


As we watched the extent socialists went to, to continue taking a large part of the country over last night, there's no more guessing as to what to expect in November. The average person now knows what he/she's dealing with as the progressive/communist aparatchiks continue trying to herd us into some sort of peoples' republik. Independents, Conservatives, Constitutionalists, and such need to know how serious this socialist consortium is, and how they will resort to absolutely anything in November to try to strengthen their position.

U.S. Bishops’ final plea to Congressmen: Do not pass pro-abortion health care bill

Washington D.C., Mar 20, 2010 / 09:41 pm (CNA).- In a final, urgent plea to prevent the passage of the current form of the Senate health care bill, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) on Saturday evening sent a letter to Congressmen asking them to vote “no.”

“For decades,” the letter says, “the United States Catholic bishops have supported universal health care. The Catholic Church teaches that health care is a basic human right, essential for human life and dignity.”

Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story"

"Capitalism: A Love Story"
The Video
On the 20-year anniversary of his groundbreaking masterpiece "Roger & Me," Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story" comes home to the issue he's been examining throughout his career: the disastrous impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans. But this time the culprit is much bigger than General Motors, and the crime scene is far wider than Flint, Michigan.

The Anonymous Blogger Wolfman Presents: Michael Moore

Travis Smiley Show
March 15, 2010
Tavis: Tonight, though, we kick off this week with - there he is - Michael Moore. The Oscar-willing filmmaker out with his DVD for "Capitalism: A Love Story." The new version features more than 80 minutes of extended and deleted scenes. Here now a look at "Capitalism: A Love Story."

Tavis: Michael Moore joins us tonight from New York City. Michael, good to have you back, as always, sir.

Whats more important this week

Passing Health Care
18% (10 votes)
49% (27 votes)
NCAA Tournament
33% (18 votes)
Total votes: 55



Part 1
Michael Lewis writes about a handful of Wall Street outsiders who realized the subprime mortgage business was a house of cards and found a way to bet against it. Steve Kroft reports.
Part 2
Michael Lewis talks about the current situation on Wall Street, the large bonuses still being paid and his predictions for the future of the industry. Steve Kroft reports.

Bob Latta budget update

WASHINGTON- This is the second in a series of updates from Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green), a member of the House Budget Committee.

Friday, March 12, 2010

American Al Queda Terrorist-CAUGHT!


Looks like an American born terrorist got caught-in Pakistan. He's currently being "questioned" by Pakistani intelligence officers(who have a good working relationship with the CIA). It is also reported he's the first American charged with treason(2006)in the last 50 years. He's made several videos urging American Moslems to attack the US.

Coffee Party wakes up the US radicals

Group countering Tea Party movement growing in strength

Mar 04, 2010

Child directs Air Traffic at JFK


Amazing they force infants, elderly people to be screened and this goes on.
I feel safer already NOT!

Full Congressional Ethic's Committee report on Marcy Kaptur

While the PMA group is still being investigated by the FBI and while Marcy still has apparently funneled money in her campaign coffers, here is a copy of the Office of Congressional Ethics report on Marcy. There is some interesting stuff in here, like why Marcy wants to give taxpayer money to a company so they can build TVs here as well as who was not forthcoming on the interviews and what Marcy actually calls "earmarks" (sort of a PC way to make her feel good I guess). More on it another day, but you can read everything for yourself right now.

You can also see a copy of the full report at:

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