I have many friends who are Ron Paul supporters, those who consider themselves hardcore Conservatives and a few that once considered themselves Liberal types but who see that Obama is shredding the Constitution. To be fair, he isn’t the only one that has taken shots at the Constitution, President Bush also had his fair share of Constitutional failures and Presidents before his time are also guilty. Continue reading →
Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) has done his job; and he’s done it well. He’s maintained the New York City that Mayor Rudy Guiliani (R) created during the 1990’s. After a special election and winning a third term as mayor, Bloomberg has officially outlived his usefulness as Mayor. Some Bloomberg initiatives that have recently sparked controversy are his proposed ban on large, sugary beverages and his breastfeeding-only hospital restriction. As a man who once claimed to be a republican, Bloomberg should know the difference between an individual’s right and a government responsibility. Continue reading →
the “American Dream” in the 1940′s by opening up a small grill in Georgia. After years of experimenting with cooking techniques, the infamous chicken sandwich was born. Nearly two decades later, Chick-Fil-A as we know it, opened in an Atlanta mall. Truett Cathy, the founder, expanded their restaurant from mall to mall until their first free-standing restaurant opened in 1986. To date, there are 1,ooo Chick-Fil-A free-standing restaurants across the country, predominantly in the South. Grossing over $1.4 billion annually, the Cathys never withheld their success from others. The Cathys created scholarship funds to encourage their employees to continue their education, they have the Chick-Fil-A NCAA Bowl challenge (Now in its 45th year), the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, a scholarship earning NCAA golf event every April and the Chick-Fil-A Leadercast where 80,000 business leaders meet annually for leadership development. The Chick-Fil-A tree bears more fruit than chicken apparently. Does this sound like a business that is “bad” for America? Of course not. Continue reading →
Sorry if you were expecting a joke or some twist of discrimination but for the life of me I had a hell-of-a-time searching the Internet for any case of discrimination or Chick-fil-a policy that says they would get turned away. Actually, what I did find was humorous at best and hypocritical in its worst. Continue reading →
order viagraght=”49″ />Things are heating up this summer in both the political and theatrical realms. Movie theaters are hit with my favorite kind of movies, superheroes like Spiderman, Batman and the whole Avengers team. You also have Obama and Romney in full campaign mode heading out to all their stops to conjure up votes and rally their bases. Yet, what do superheroes and these politicians have in common? You might be surprised by the connections.
Joss Whedon, the Director behind this summer’s hit the Avengers, was at Comic-Con this week to promote his movie along with his other upcoming ventures. He hadn’t prepared a speech and instead jumped right into questions. A member of the audience reached out with a question in regards to Whedon’s movies having a certain “Anti-capitalism” undertone to them and how he would like to respond. Continue reading →
buy soft cialist=”49″ />Sanford, Florida. On February 26th, 2012, Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchmen of sorts. This specific case has lead to a media frenzy and spotlight on American racism. Things could not be more disgusting than the words and actions of those who are judging the situation before it even reaches the legal system.
Not all of the facts are in on the case and we already have the New Black Panther Party placing a bounty on George Zimmerman’s head. Think about that for a second. We have a group of citizens that believes in vigilantly “Street” justice having more power than the police department. Where is the President’s administration to stop it? When a Conservative radio host steps out of line and calls a female a “slut”, that warrants a personal phone call from the President BUT when individuals place a bounty on a citizen’s head and arrest, where is he to be found? Continue reading →
That is the first thing that needs to be answered before you dive deeper into this subject. Either the answer is (a.) Because they want to get an education that leads to a career, (b.) Their parents are just making them and they can’t wait to get out or possibly (c.) Because they want to have sex…in abundance.
The debate over contraception, which is really a cloak for the debate on religious freedom, got heated last week when Georgetown Law student, Sandra Fluke, gave a mock testimony on the need for her college, and those like it, to provide contraception for “women’s health” to the student body, no pun intended. However, that testimony was ripped apart by conservative commentators like Rush Limbaugh and lead to a heated debate on the rhetoric towards women because Limbaugh, in an effort to fight obnoxious absurdity with the like through humor, referred to her as a “slut”. This also lead to the President calling Fluke to “see how she was handling it”. What a Superman. Continue reading →
canadian viagraght=”49″ />Prior to 9/11, the news consisted of a morning show and a nightly report. After 9/11 however, news has run on a 24 hour news cycle on multiple channels. The other difference is that instead of just reporting on news, it is now distributed by commentators that give their own personal spin based on their opinions. I believe this has lead to a huge part of the division of political beliefs in this country, from the Left and their CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC and CBS to the Right’s Fox News. Ok, so the scale is a bit unbalanced, the point is, without facts presented without opinion for citizens to formulate their own prior to one given to them right off the bat, the rise and popularity of “Citizen Journalism” was only a matter of time and technology. Continue reading →
But the logic was liberally sound. Students who worked hard and studied longer than their peers—in the spirit of fairness—should be willing to sacrifice their higher GPAs to benefit those whose grades weren’t so high due to laziness or ineptitude (or both).
Ironically, many of the same A students unwilling to take a B so someone else could be saved from an F, endorsed a progressive tax code that essentially spreads wealth from people who earned it to those who did not. Continue reading →
buy generic viagra=”32″ height=”49″ />Good evening everyone! If you are wondering why we skipped Part II of our special webcast series, you are not alone. Have no fear, it dealt with a part of the book that would be considered a spoiler and should be read as part of the story.
Tonight’s webcast deals with that special little saying “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need”, a section of the Atlas Shrugged book that deals with this moral standard (or lack thereof) played out in a small section of the United States at the factory Twentieth Century Motors Company.