Thursday, January 31, 2013
Ann Coulter: Rubio's amnesty a path to oblivion for GOP
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Obama inherits failing economy ... from Obama
It's going to be tough for Obama and his media lapdogs to pin this one on George W. Bush since the U.S.
economy went into the tank at the end of 2012 after 3.5 years of failed
policies under Barack Obama.
U.S. economy shrinks, first time since 2009
When Government Runs Out of Money
The Obama Recession Continues
Amnesty gang throws law-abiders under the bus
Gov. Corbett promises liquor proceeds to Pa. schools
Ed Rendell promised to use proceeds from casino gambling for property tax relief, but that plan never panned out. Now Tom Corbett says he will use profits from the sale of liquor licenses for public education.
Corbett promises liquor proceeds to schools
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Debt Ceiling 101 Featuring Drunken Sailors
Obama OKs sale of sensitive military technology to China
Poll: Gov. Corbett’s popularity sinks a bit
146 House members, including 14 Democrats.urge Obama to approve Keystone pipeline
Monday, January 28, 2013
Obama Offers Advice To Lance Armstrong
How the Modern Liberal Thinks
Obama foreign aid causing dangerous arms race
6,000 Attend 'Million Moms for Gun Control' Rally
Less than 6,000 people attended a Washington, D.C., rally this weekend billed as 'Million Moms for Gun Control' ... Liberals really do have a problem with math, which could explain how Obama has added $6 trillion to the national debt in 4 years after promising to cut the debt in half during his first term.
"Million Moms for Gun Control" Hold Rally of 6,000 in DC
Sunday, January 27, 2013
How about more of the same, America?
What Difference Does It Make?
What Really Happened in Benghazi
Hillary Clinton put on an Oscar-worthy performance during her Congressional testimony last week, but here's a timeline of what really happened in Libya ... and how Clinton and and the entire Obama administration failed to protect the lives of the U.S. ambassador and three others.
What Really Happened in Benghazi: Before, During, and After
Obama Cuts Healthcare Benefits for Marines, Leaves it Intact for Unionized Office Workers
Health Insurers: Prices will go up because of Obamacare
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Sen. John Thune Delivers Weekly GOP Address On Washington's Spending Addiction
Full of audacity, but little hope
Obama's far-left agenda for second term
Friday, January 25, 2013
First Look At Next Bond Film
Oops: Obama union appointees ruled unconstitutional
Gallup: Obama Is Our Most Polarizing President
Obama's Unconstitutional Power Grab Slapped Down
Thursday, January 24, 2013
It Takes A Child To Raze A Village
Obama Ignores Massive Debt, But Deficit Reduction Rises On Public's Agenda
Electronics can no longer be thrown in trash in Pa.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Hillary Clinton: 'What difference, at this point, does it make?'
With the utterance of eight words, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton effectively buried
any chance she had of running for president in 2016. Those callous words about
the death of 4 Americans in Libya will be played over and over by her
opponents to remind Americans what a cold-hearted person Clinton really is.
'What difference, at this point, does it make?' | RedState
Sen. Pat Toomey backs Congressional term limits
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) announced Wednesday he will reintroduce legislation with Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) to establish term limits for members of Congress. Their legislation would create a constitutional amendment that limits Senators and Congressmen to three terms in the U.S. House of Representatives and two terms in the U.S. Senate.
Toomey is a rare breed of politician, who imposed term limits on himself while serving in the House. He stepped down after three terms representing Pennsylvania's 15th Congressional District.
From a press release issued by Toomey's office:
"Congress should not be a body of career politicians who have forgotten why they were sent to Washington in the first place," Sen. Toomey said. "We are here to do the people’s work, to solve the problems we face, and to leave to our children a stronger, safer, more prosperous nation. I kept my promise to serve just three terms in the House of Representatives. I am pleased to cosponsor a Constitutional amendment to enact term limits for both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, and I look forward to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to see this through."
"Not allowing individuals to remain in office for an eternity is an important step we need to take to restore confidence in Congress," said Sen. Vitter. "Call it Potomac Fever, or whatever you'd like, but the longer some folks are in Washington, the more taxpayer money they want to spend."
Cosponsors of the legislation include U.S. Sens. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), Tom Coburn (R-Okla.), Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
Labels: Congress, Pat Toomey
Clinton loses her cool during Benghazi hearing
Tired of reruns: 17.2M fewer people watched Obama's second inauguration
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Gallup: Majority of Americans Downbeat on State of U.S. Under Obama
Obama's Startling Second Inaugural Admission
EDITORIAL: Calling NRA a 'fringe group' is terrible politics for liberals
Obama Celebrates 40 Years of Abortion
Obama's Economic Collapse
Fiscal watchdog: Obama spending is 'unsustainable'
Monday, January 21, 2013
Pennsylvania Dems See Gov. Corbett As Vulnerable in 2014
Democrats are salivating at the prospect of taking on Republican Gov.
Tom Corbett in 2014, but Corbett has not done a bad job in his first
two years as governor.
Considering the fiscal mess
left by former Gov. Ed Rendell, a free-spending Democrat, Corbett has
had his hands full trying to restore fiscal sanity to the Keystone
And his efforts to privatize the state lottery and liquor systems could pay off big dividends for state taxpayers.
Rendell kicked the can down the road on two pressing issues - public
pension reform and transportation - Corbett said he is willing to tackle
both problems, which has made him unpopular with the core constituency
of Democrats - labor unions.
Corbett's poll numbers are
down and there's even talk of a primary challenge from his own party by
Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce L. Castor Jr., but don't bury
Corbett so quickly.
Granted, Corbett is the
victim of lousy PR by his own staff and he continuously battles anti-Republican Harrisburg
press corps that fawned over Rendell for eight years, but don't write off Corbett's political future just yet.
only reason Democrats did so well in the 2012 elections for three state
row offices was having Barack Obama at the top of the ticket. They
won't have that luxury in 2014.
An if Corbett continues
to sign balanced budgets on time - something Rendell was unable or
unwilling to do over eight years - Pennsylvania voters will be willing
to take another look at a second Corbett term when 2014 rolls around.
Pennsylvania Dems Search For Right Candidate To Challenge Vulnerable Corbett - NationalJournal.com
Labels: Democrats, Elections, Liberal Media Bias, Pennsylvania Politics, Tom Corbett
Obama is coming for your guns
March for Life celebrates 40 years
Can You Spot The Biggest Liar?
George F. Will: Obamacare's death star?
Michael Barone: Those Feckless Senate Democrats
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Weekly Republican Address: Obama misses budget deadline again
Top 10 liberals to watch in 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Newspaper: What is state Sen. Daylin Leach smoking?
Newspaper: Pa. politicians live by different set of rules
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Firearm sales skyrocket as Obama pushes gun grab
Survey: Users trust social media as news source
'FrackNation' film challenges fracking fables
Rubio challenges Obama to a Second Amendment gut check
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Best Conservative Movies of 2012
Obama announces 23 executive actions on gun control
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Journalists, Politicians Refuse to Post Lawn Sign saying 'GUN-FREE ZONE'
Rand Paul vs. King Barack I
Barack Obama received the support of 51% of the voters on Nov. 6, 2012 (of the 59% of registered voters who bothered to show up on Election Day) and somehow he is under the delusion that he was crowned King of America.
Rand Paul vs. King Barack I - Human Events
Newspaper: Gore's millions not helping warming cause
A liberal newspaper washes its hands of far-left hypocrite Al Gore:
It wasn’t just that he lived large, in a mansion with a carbon foot-print the size of Godzilla’s, and got around inefficiently (energy-wise) in carbon-ridiculous private jets. It wasn’t just the hypocrisies. It was the inaccuracies. His Oscar-winning documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” was rife with them, as revealed by investigations of the BBC and others. His predictions of a planet getting hotter and hotter to the point of famine and Florida disappearing under rising seas have failed to be realized.
EDITORIAL: Gore's millions not helping warming cause - delcotimes.com
Labels: Al Gore, Global Warming, Liberal Hypocrisy, Newspapers
The vindication of Mitt Romney
John Hayward: Defeated presidential candidate Mitt Romney was right about an awful lot of things, including some things he was roundly criticized for saying during the presidential campaign. The most grimly humorous example was his comment about Jeep production moving to China – hilariously rated “Lie of the Year” by Politifact, which ignored a blizzard of absolute bull from Barack Obama to bestow the honor.
The vindication of Mitt Romney - Human Events
Legislators collect per diems of nearly $4 million
Nice work if you can get it.
On top of an annual salary of $83,000 for essentially a part-time job, a taxpayer-paid vehicle, free health care and the possibility of a lifetime pension if they can hold on to the office long enough, Pennsylvania lawmakers also collected nearly $4 million in meal and lodging money from Pennsylvania taxpayers.
Legislators collect per diems of nearly $4 million
Monday, January 14, 2013
Obama With Straight Face: 'We're Not A Deadbeat Nation'
going to have to turn this one over to dipsticks who re-elected Obama:
How does someone who has presided over a $6 trillion increase in the
national debt in just 4 years and the first bond downgrade in U.S.
history get away with declaring: "We're not a deadbeat nation."
Obama's Latest Political Slander
Costly tax breaks showered on dubious ‘green’ ventures by Obama
Obama Dodges Question About His Own Vote Against Raising The Debt Ceiling
Saturday, January 12, 2013
British Christians Await Top Court Ruling on Wearing a Cross at Work
Obama's War: 72% of U.S. Casualities in Afghan War Under Obama's Watch
Weekly GOP Address On Obama's Massive Spending
Obama Sticks It To the Middle Class With New Obamacare Tax on Braces
Top 10 conservatives to watch in 2013
Friday, January 11, 2013
Socialism Explained by Abbott & Costello
'When they outlaw guns, only outlaws (and tyrants) will have guns…'
Wyoming lawmakers pledge to defy Obama gun grab
40th March for Life crowds could top Obama Inauguration
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Obama lurches left with pick of Hagel for defense
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Watchdog group: U.S. tax law too complex for most filers
Editorial: Pension largesse for Pa. legislators is beyond generous
Pa.'s new Democratic attorney general to push for gun control
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
John Hayward: Food Stamp Nation goes wild
Norquist: Fight against Obama's overspending is winnable
Government will go broke weeks earlier than first thought
Monday, January 7, 2013
Sunday, January 6, 2013
Sen. Ted Cruz pushes 'Opportunity Conservatism'
Obamacare Already Forcing Insurance Premiums to Double in Some States
Saturday, January 5, 2013
Top 10 issues facing U.S. for 2013
Hypocrite Celebs Insult the Second Amendment But Still Appear in Violent Movies
Another Obama Broken Promise
Friday, January 4, 2013
Obamanomics achieves unemployment stagnation
'House GOP in Disarray' Isn't Just Liberal Media Spin
Columnist: Obama drone strikes have killed more than 400 children
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Kicking the can further down the road
Arab propaganda coming to a TV set near you
Kicking the can further down the road
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Record number of Americans arming themselves as Obama pushes gun control
The FBI recorded 2.8 million background checks during December, surpassing the mark set in November of 2 million checks. The number was nearly 50 percent over December 2011, when the FBI performed a then-record 1.9 million checks.
It's pretty clear why Americans feel the need to protect their families, businesses and property: The re-election of anti-Second Amendment Barack Obama and the calls from the far left and their media allies to restrict legal gun sales following the Newtown, Conn., tragedy.
Gun-sale background checks set record in December: 2.8 million
Nothing 'Affordable' About Obamacare
Why the Obama tax hikes have only just begun
The only consolation about the next 4 years is that the fools who voted to re-elect Obama will also go down with the rest of us. Voters had a choice between a man who had a plan to rebuild the U.S. economy and a failed president who will continue to destroy the country.
James Pethokoukis: Why the Obama tax hikes have only just begun
Pa. GOP Congressional delegation backs Obama tax hikes
Shocking! All 12 Republican members of Congress from Pennsylvania voted with the Democrats to back Barack Obama's $620 billion in tax hikes. The Obama "compromise" to avoid the fiscall cliff will actually add $4 trillion in new debt, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey joined his Democratic colleague Bob Casey Jr. in supporting the tax hikes in the Senate.
It's official: Everyone in Washington, D.C., is an enemy of the American taxpayer.
You can vew the House roll call on the Obama tax hikes at the link below:
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
America's Greatest Economic Weakness: Its Government
The Fastest-Growing States in America (and Why They're Booming)
Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, 6 others in Senate oppose 'fiscal cliff' deal
Just eight members of the U.S. Senate voted against the massive new tax hikes included in the so-called fiscal cliff deal Barack Obama pushed on Congress on the last day of 2012.
The five Republicans were: Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R.-Iowa), Sen. Michael Lee (R.-Utah), Sen. Rand H. Paul (R.-Ky.), Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R.-Ala.), Sen. Marco A. Rubio (R.-Fla.). The three Democrats were: Sen. Thomas R. Harkin (D.-Iowa), Sen. Michael F. Bennett (D.-Colo.), Sen. Thomas R. Carper (D.-Del.).
Eight is not enough; Paul, Rubio, 6 others oppose 'fiscal cliff' deal - Human Events
Pennsylvania at heart of nation's gun debate
Standing tall and holding fast in the face Obamacare