Talking About Change

We were told four years ago ...


Typical Them v. Us Double Standard

The so-called partisan divide is a distraction


#Occupy Connected To #Obamacare

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the nexus


Unionism Can't Kill Off U.S. Producers

Long-running war v. manufacturing anchors Prog narrative


(full story at redstate.com)

Bind Them Down From Mischief

Meet the Oath Accountability Act at oathact.us
To restore the Constitution's strict enumeration of the central government's "few and defined powers," we must, first and foremost, require that all members of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches abide by their oaths "to support and defend" our Constitution — under penalty of law.

At present, there is no legal penalty for Breach of Oath or legal obligation to abide by the plain language of our Constitution.

Please help us enact, through judicial or legislative action, strong penalties obligating all elected and appointed federal officials to abide by their oaths.

If the federal judiciary refuses to hear this action, then we will take it to the national legislature for codification into federal law.

In the words of Thomas Jefferson, "Bind [them] down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution."

Obama Willing To Pay The Price

Malignant WH apes Europe, can expect no different results

Spain's opposition conservatives swept commandingly into power and into the hot seat Sunday as voters enduring a 21.5 percent jobless rate and stagnant economy dumped the Socialists — the third time in as many weeks Europe's debt crisis has claimed a government.

Besides the recent changes in which Greece and Italy replaced their governments with teams made up of technocrats, Ireland and Portugal — which also required huge bailouts to avert default — also saw their governments change hands.

Spanish Socialist party candidate Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba conceded defeat. Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, whose popularity plummeted as the crisis deepened and enacted austerity measures that doomed him among supporters, did not seek a third term in office, or speak publicly Sunday night.
(from AP via usatoday.com)

Richard Durbin, Islamabad, Pollard

On this day: November 21
World Television Day

The U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan is attacked by a mob and set alight, killing four (1979)

U.S. Navy intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard is arrested for spying after being caught giving Israel classified information on Arab nations; he is subsequently sentenced to life in prison (1985)

Anti-Syrian Lebanese Minister and MP Pierre Gemayel is assassinated in suburban Beirut (2006)

b: Alexander Berkman (1870), Mollie Steimer (1897), Richard Durbin (1944) d: William Green (1952), Hugh Sidey (2005)

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