For me, the entire month of December brings nothing but thoughts of the upcoming Christmas holiday. As the day approaches that we, as Christians, celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, I find myself reflecting on certain things that completely humble me, as a human being. This year, I was shown something new to […]
Archives for December 2010
While watching this cesspool of a Congress wrap up it’s final sessions, I am reminded why I decided to remain independent of Party politics. Just looking at the latest piece (of crap) legislation that ties continuing the Bush era tax cuts to unemployment and a growing number of other “perks” is sickening to me. This […]
The assault on the freedom of speech has taken a dramatic turn for the worse. Apparently, Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Copps has decided to take it upon his federal department to decide what the freedom of speech entails.
The November 2nd, 2010, mid term elections should have sent one EXTREMELY clear message to lawmakers to “stop wasteful spending, or you will lose your job”. This has led to contentious debates over ways to control spending, one of the most obvious, earmarks. On November 30, 2010, the United States Senate rejected the idea of […]