My Absence

5 06 2012

I would like to apologize for not updating a lot last week and this week. I have been at a conference. I will be back up and running on Monday with all new facts. Until then, enjoy the coverage of the Wisconsin recall election tonight.


Walker Gets Huge Endorsement

21 05 2012

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker received a major endorsement from the liberal-leaning Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the largest newspaper in Wisconsin.

This race has been a very high profile election because it is a recall election. State Democrats have slammed Walker for taking such a tough stance on unions in the state. the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel said, “Walker’s rematch with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett was prompted by one issue: Walker’s tough stance with the state’s public-employee unions. It’s inconceivable that the recall election would be occurring absent that. And a disagreement over a single policy is simply not enough to justify a vote against the governor.”

Right now, most of Wisconsin agree. Walker holds a 6 point lead over Barrett in the polls. However, this race will not be over with until the polls close on election day. Everything will be scrutinized that both candidates will do over the next few weeks. Right now, many liberal sites are grilling Walker’s campaign for some “fraudulent” donations made to his campaign. There have been some claims from individuals saying that $5 have been donated to Walker’s reelection campaign. While, Barrett is still facing the tough task of unseating an incumbent who has committed no crime during a recall election.

This will be an extremely hard fought election, and it will be watched by the whole country.

Here are my sources, and feel free to comment

Obama’s New Stance On Marriage

9 05 2012

President Obama just revealed in an interview that he supports same-sex marriage. This makes him the first sitting president to formally support this issue.

This announcement left many people believing that it was just a political stunt made in order to try and get votes. The announcement came the day after North Carolina voted  to approve a ban on gay marriage in the state, and after a week of Obama taking a lot of heat for not really picking a side on the issue.

After Obama’s big announcement, many celebrities took to Twitter to voice their opinions about the issues.

Danny Zuker tweeted, “BREAKING: Obama I voted for finally takes office. #BetterLateThanNever.” Really, Mr.  Zuker? I guess he did not really pay attention to the issues when he went to the polls in 2008.

This is a major move from the Obama campaign that could back fire on him. During his 2008 campaign, Obama said that he was against same-sex marraige. “I’d hesitated on gay marriage in part because I thought civil unions would be sufficient,” he said.

Democrats and Republicans alike have slammed Romney for changing his mind on issues from when he was governor, but now Democrats cannot use this effectively as a campaign strategy. This might just play into the hands of Republicans because many people see that it is just a campaign ploy that is being used to target key people in order to get votes.

Any questions? If so, comment below. Here are my sources:


Is The Arizona Immigration Law Really Hated?

26 04 2012

The liberal media has made it seem that the majority of Americans hate the new Arizona SB 1070 immigration law. Actually according to a Quinnipiac poll, 68 percent of Americans said that they supported the law, while 27 said that they opposed in. In conjunction, 62 percent said that the Supreme Court should not strike down the law and 27 percent said that they should.

This seems to me that it is not as worrying to the general American public as the media has successfully painted this law in a negative light. Many people think that this law allows for police officers to ask random people for proof of citizenship, but in reality, it says that police officers should ask everyone, regardless of skin color, for proof of citizenship after a crime has been committed.

For all of the people who believe that this will lead to racial profiling, this is completely wrong. All people should be asked for citizenship proof if they have committed a crime, and honestly if this is what should have already been occurring before this law ever existed.

Just like with the Voter ID laws, Democrats are just using this as an excuse to paint Republicans as racists in order to get votes. This is complete pettiness and is completely ridiculous. These latest polls are just signs that point towards the fact that Americans are starting to see through the cover-ups of the liberal media.

Feel free to comment, and here are my sources:

The End Of The Economy?

17 04 2012

If government spending doesn’t slow down, the economy as we know it could end in 2027. After Tim Geithner presented Obama’s budget, Paul Ryan showed a Congressional Budget Office chart that estimates that the American economy will shut down in 2027

The reasoning for this? Government Spending.

So according to this chart, the access government spending that the Obama administration has added to with massive bailout will cause the American economy to collapse in 15 years. This is absolutely ridiculous. This is definitely proof enough that Congress should pass the Balanced Budget Amendment, but Obama and Harry Reid have made sure that this wouldn’t be passed until at least 2013.

Conveniently for Obama, an Australian research scientist has recently come out and said that the MIT research from 1972 is still on track for the global economy to start collapsing in 2030. It looks like we will just be leading the pack in yet another thing.

Please feel free to comment below, and like always here are my sources:

Obamacare Will Cost $1,160 Billion!

16 04 2012

According to a report released by Charles Blahous of George Mason University, Obamacare will $1,160 billion to federal spending  in the next ten years! It will also add $340 billion to the federal budget deficits.

Apparently the reason Obama said that it would save money is because the “Class Act” provisions that were later deemed impossible. This is just another reason that this law should never have been passed.

While this is not grounds to for the law to be overturned in the Supreme Court, this is just another great example of why if it is not overruled by the Supreme Court, it should be repealed by Congress and the White House.

First of all, I do believe that the individual mandate is unconstitutional and it should overruled, but that is not the only part of this law that is messed up and should be changed. This is just one example of that confirms that this is a mistake.

Leave a comment, and like usual, here is my source: