The Earth is getting colder. Our climate has been cooling for a long time. Al Gore had not noticed until recently. The climate controls in his private jets, limousines, and large SUVs have kept him warm and cozy while the rest of us are having a chill.
The stock market continues to plunge as investors watch their portfolios and retirement accounts plummet in value. Is this the opportunity President-elect Barack Obama will use to solidify power and to insure the transition to a European Socialist economy?
The Left evade the simple solutions to problems. Were the Democrats to solve problems, they would be out of their jobs. There would be little need to prop up the perpetually falling sky that provides the support Democrats need to maintain their presence.
Never before have our markets reacted so negatively to the election of a United States President.
Since Barack Obama became our President-elect on 04 November, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has plummeted an additional 1351.7 points.
There is a season and a time for everything. Now is the time for personal and corporate responsibility in our land.
We should allow weak business organizations the opportunity to reorganize their efforts to become strong or to fail, as such has been the very foundation of our past economic achievements. It is time to end the bailouts and to allow our economy to again function in freedom.
With the election of a black President, is the era of Racism and White Guilt finally over? Racism and White Guilt, like welfare and America hating, are holdovers from the 1960s.
We need to stop to think about what has just happened. For the first time in history a black man has been elected president of a predominantly white country. A majority of white people voted for Barack Obama and elected him.
One of the ways the Left has inflicted severe damage on the United States has been their persistent effort to slow our economic productivity. In addition to increasingly burdensome taxes and regulations, we have been progressively subjected to politically correct measures that make our nation and us less efficient, less productive, and more miserable.
Each year on the eleventh day of the eleventh month we remember the service and the sacrifices of our veterans. These men and women have stood between war’s desolation and us. They have defended freedom and liberated untold millions.