6 Reasons Why Refusing To Fund Obamacare Is A Good Strategy

Senators Lee, Cruz and Rubio have gotten a lot of attention recently with their assertion that this is the last chance to rid the world of Obamacare. In the upcoming debt negotiations, they are offering a strategy to refuse to fund Obamacare, even if that means shutting down the government.  Now, no one wants the government to shut down, but … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why Refusing To Fund Obamacare Is A Good Strategy

Who Was The First President To Own A Car?

Let’s see, we have two sex-addicted dishonest politicians running for office in New York, Obama just rolled out a sweeping plan to solve the global-warming problem that Senator Boxer’s own experts testified to a Senate committee doesn’t exist, a filibuster by a feminist legislature in Texas got more media attention than the whole Gosnell trial, … Continue reading Who Was The First President To Own A Car?

Remembering When We Used To Be Free

Herman Cain had a great line that he would use during his campaign speeches where he would say that if we aren't careful, we will spend our sunset years telling our grandchildren of when we "used to be free."  He would go on to say, "That is not a conversation I want to have with … Continue reading Remembering When We Used To Be Free

Our Children’s Burden

My sister had a baby last week and so our family has been focused on a new little newborn.  This has led me to ponder what the future will be like for this little child. One story that hit the news last week was the high school graduation ceremony where the valedictorian read the Lord's Prayer … Continue reading Our Children’s Burden

Justice Scalia and Religion in the Public Square

I came upon the dissent filed by Justice Scalia in McCreary County vs. ACLU where the Supreme Court found that the intent behind the 10 Commandment display in the county courthouse was relevant to determining if the display itself is unconstitutional.  The Court stated that if the government acts with the predominant purpose to advance religion, that … Continue reading Justice Scalia and Religion in the Public Square

Veganism and Socialism in Texas

In an effort to lead a healthier life, I decided to go vegan 3 weeks ago.  I’ve ended my long-lasting affair with ice-cream, meats and cheeses.  It hasn’t been easy, but I definitely eat more fruits and veggies than normal and have found I have more energy than I used to. Yesterday I decided to … Continue reading Veganism and Socialism in Texas

Missing Breitbart

The moving Hating Breitbart has been re-released as a PG-13 movie, thereby dropping its R rating from when it was released last year (so, it has been slightly edited as the only reason for the R rating last year was a small amount of foul language).  I saw it last year when it was released … Continue reading Missing Breitbart

Obama press conference on IRS scandal has no substance

The President did his best to show anger and shock at the IRS’s mishandling of conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status in a press conference this evening where he took no questions.  He promised to “hold responsible parties” accountable claiming that he “will not tolerate” this type of behavior in any agency, but especially the … Continue reading Obama press conference on IRS scandal has no substance

For a long, healthy life: Eat your bacon

For those of you counting calories, here is something to smile about.  This 105-year-old woman from Texas claims that eating bacon each day has helped her live a long life.  From Today.com: Cantrell does not need a cane or a walker and was still driving her own car at 104 years old until a bout of sickness in September … Continue reading For a long, healthy life: Eat your bacon

Am I losing my mind or is Rand Paul a legitimate option for the GOP nominee?

I'm not sure what to think.  My opinion of the Paul family is mostly shaped by Ron Paul.  You remember him right?  Older gentlemen, never met a government agency he liked, has a bunch of college-age follower-droids, ran for president several times.  Ron Paul is for many the only introduction into libertarianism they have had.  Having … Continue reading Am I losing my mind or is Rand Paul a legitimate option for the GOP nominee?

A Primer on Agenda 21 and ICLEI

I was thrilled to join DaTechGuy on the radio last Saturday as one of the new guest bloggers for this site.  During our discussion, one of the questions that came up is Agenda 21.  We didn’t have time to go into the details for those who are unfamiliar with it, so I thought I would … Continue reading A Primer on Agenda 21 and ICLEI

Time to Occupy Beyonce and Jay-Z

Watching this Jay-Z and Beyoncé Cuba theater play out, I can't help but wonder why on earth we don't have Occupy groups protesting in front of their New York condo.  Consider the theme of the Occupy movement with its ongoing tirade about the so-called 1% who supposedly have no consideration for the little guy, or … Continue reading Time to Occupy Beyonce and Jay-Z

Remembering Margaret Thatcher

Many years ago when I was a college sophomore at Brigham Young University, I had the privilege to hear Margaret Thatcher speak on campus.  I will never forget that day.  Having heard that BYU would be awarding an honorary degree on Thatcher, I knew that I had to attend. Thatcher was someone whose name I grew up with.  Born … Continue reading Remembering Margaret Thatcher

America IS a Conservative Nation

Happy Saturday!  I along with Rebecca who wrote earlier today am thrilled to be guest-blogging here on a regular basis! In her post, Rebecca described some of the background of our blog and how we met DaTechGuy. We are grateful that he graciously invited us to join his blog, and also enjoyed our time on Da Radio Show today! For this … Continue reading America IS a Conservative Nation