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Historical Facts

July 2010

Current Health Issues

I am currently having health issues for information and to possibly help see here, My Recent Health Issue.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

A response to a comment on Exotic Pets, and the Real Agenda Behind Banning Them

A response to a comment on Exotic Pets, and the Real Agenda Behind Banning Them, first the comment

"Watch the TV series cops and you will see that people let these large snakes and reptiles go into public neighborhoods because they can't afford to feed them a rabbit every week. The pets usually end up being cleaned up by tax dollars and it's tax dollars that are spent when people call to report the animal. So your saying it's OK that massive amounts of people, can have these pets, and just release them into public domain because they can't take care of them? Maybe you should ask your city how much tax money they spend on cleaning up after these exotic animals. I bet it's not a small amount. Are you sure your a conservative? And not just a FOX conservative..."

Definitions from the Dictionary on Socialism & Socialist. Updated!

Since someone challenged me to look these up, Socialism & Socialist, I decided to do that, and post them here along with some related terms.

I find this one interesting, it sounds just like what the socialists have been trying for years.
Social Democracy, N. A political doctrine based on a Marxist politico-economic ideology that advocates a gradual transition from a capitalistic to a socialistic society by democratic means and processes.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Exotic Pets, and the Real Agenda Behind Banning Them.

Over ten years ago I signed a petition against something the ASPCA or a smaller SPCA group was trying to get passed, what they wanted to do was to change what pets people could keep, and I am not talking about poisonous snakes, lions, tigers, or bears.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Historical Facts for June 2010

I am starting something to go with my posts for this blog, Historical Facts that have a connection with a recent post I have done. These will have a point to them that connects with something in that post.

Captain Michael Healy, who commanded the Cutter Bear from 1886 to 1895, was the first Black American to command a vessel for the United States Government.

If you want to read previous comments on this go to, Rand Paul is More Right then Wrong. Otherwise please comment below.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Social Security Taxes and the Progressives, and Robin Hood.

While clearing out some old recorded O'Reilly Factor shows, I stumbled on something about taxes specifically about the raising of taxes by the left, and something that one of the guests, Mark Levine, said I thought I should write about, Social Security Taxes.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Something from my Local Area.

I wanted to share a crime that has been in the news in my local area. A man, Tony Grubbs, in my area has been accused of killing an elderly couple in Waynesborow, GA. The reason he killed them, probably in the act of committing robbery for jewelry he sold to a pawn shop for just $20. So this thug killed this elderly couple for twenty dollars. I know nothing about Grubbs record but as has been shown by Judge Joe Brown many of these thugs have records several pages long longer then one's arm filled with all kinds of crimes, as I have pointed out before in previous posts the soft on crime approach has failed society too many times to count. And the fact that when they go to trial there will be liberals that will fight to keep this thug off death row is sad.

See my previous posts, Parole What is it Good For?, and The Criminal Loving Anonymous Poster.

The news report from WAGT.


Monday, June 21, 2010

Why the borders Won't be Secured.

Senator Kyl on why our borders won't be secured. For some reason I am not surprised that the political has turned the borders in to a political game over it being national security. Also I don't trust that we would get enforcement, Obama would slip an amnesty bill through promising enforcement only to not do any real follow through.


Thursday, June 17, 2010

Rand Paul is More Right then Wrong.

Originally when the whole thing with Rand Paul's statement blew up, I really had no reason to say anything at the time, the subject while something that should be discussed didn't "interest" me at that moment, but after reading someone's opinion that Libertarianism (and encompassing Conservatism) are incapable of fixing the problems of things like racism or sexism (and you can include any other -isms if you want.) They believe that government can fix those things, the problem is it was progressive government, i.e. Woodrow Wilson, who did things like segregating the military, thought the Constitution was outdated, (the document not the ship,) imprisoning people for speaking out against the government in getting involved in WWI, as well as instituting several progressive policies which after his presidency resulted in the election of Warren G. Harding, which that race was about whether to continue Woodrow Wilson's progressive policies or to reject them. Need less to say the voters rejected progressivism.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

What Does Wealth Have to do With It?

While watching Neil Cavuto today I saw this segment,
Tea Party Protester Takes Punch?

What really gets me is the statement by the attacker's lawyer,
"We are going to deal with this in the court room. Mr. Tabor is going to find out that being wealthy doesn't make any difference in the court room" Joe Williams, the attorney for Spencer, the attacker. What does wealth have to do with it, you decided to act like a child and start a fight, I don't think a jury is going to find your pushing a woman around like that amusing. You're lucky you didn't get your ass kicked for pushing the Mr. Tabors wife around.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Is Drug War an Excuse for Brutal Tactics?

In a follow up to my, Is the War on Drugs Starting to go too far post.

This is video of Judge Andrew Napolitano interviewing Deputy Director for NORML about recent drug raids that have violated citizens' civil rights.

Is Drug War an Excuse for Brutal Tactics?


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Sunday, May 23, 2010

The London 2012 Olympic Mascots

The new London Olympic Mascots have been shown and I have a few thoughts on them.
On the right the 2012 London Olympic Mascots, Wenlock and Mandeville.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Is the War on Drugs Starting to go too far.

Is the War on Drugs starting to go too far. Watch the video below, now this is pretty disturbing so a word of warning before you watch it;

Freedom Watch Video, Drug Bust Gone Awry,

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

The Crimanal Loving Anonymous Poster.

This entire post is dedicated thanks to an Anonymous Poster who said this, "You're so shallow minded. What you post in response to such a stupid unintelligent discussion" In response to my post Parole What is it Good For?

Friday, May 7, 2010

Parole What is it Good For?

For a few years now we have all seen in the news several reports and stories of men and women who have been paroled, clemency, or earned "time off for good behavior" who subsequently committed a serious crime, murder, rape, pedophilia, or some other serious crime.

Well what brings this subject, for me anyway, to the forefront is the series Unsolved Mysteries. It seems that ever episode I watch at least one criminal on there has gotten parole or was paroled only after a few years served, but the one that really did it for me this time is the case of  James Donald King.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Rush Limbaugh to get his own Comic Book.

Rush Limbaugh's life is to be immortalize in comic book fashion by Bluewater's biography comics.
Bluewater President Darren Davis said the stories are not "puff pieces or hatchet jobs," but strive for balance.

We will see, until then read more here, It's a Bird, It's a Plane... It's Rush Limbaugh?


Congratulations to Joe the Plumber!

Samuel "Joe" Wurzelbacher has won one of nearly 400 seats on the local Republican Party committee in Ohio's Lucas County.

Best wishes and success to him in this endeavor.

Read more here, 'Joe the Plumber' is elected to party office in Ohio.


Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Feds May Raise Driving Age for Teens

The ever encroaching power of the federal government is now reaching for the driving age for teens or more accurately what the States may set as the minimum driving age for a learner’s permit and a standard drivers license.

So why is this important? Because States like New York and New Jersey have a problem with States like Nebraska, Idaho, Iowa, and Kansas which allows a teen driver to get a learner’s permit at 14, these rural states due to the fact kids learn to drive at 12-13 on the farm have decided their residents are capable of getting a learner’s at that younger age. But States like New Jersey want the federal government to force their rules on these other states, so why is this important its in the same field as taxes if New Jersey can get the federal government to force Georgia to raise the age for a learner’s permit and a standard drivers license what would stop them from going back to that same federal government if to many New Jersey residents are moving to Georgia due to their high taxes to force Georgia to raise their taxes to match New Jerseys in fairness.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Defending Capitalism: Flea Markets

Defending Capitalism: Flea Markets

We all know them, Flea Markets, whether its clean, dusty, outdoors, indoors, or a combination of those. Well yesterday while doing some work someone I know, who is a retired union worker this will be important a little latter, said that only Flea Brains go to Flea Markets, of course this wasn't just some jest he was serious. My response "Why? Flea Markets are the perfect example of why capitalism works, you take your goods there if someone wants them they well buy them or negotiate over the price until both sides are happy." he really didn't have much to say after that. But I wanted to continue the defense of Flea Markets here.