Friday, December 6, 2013

Merry Christmas from the Starship Enterprise

Heh. This is a cute little video courtesy of GretaWire, Fox News' Greta Van Susteren's blog and creator James Covenant.

Merry Christmas to all 15 of you.


Friday, November 15, 2013

Another Video You Should See - Your Government: Legislation

Here at the editorial desk of Everything is Backwards, our staff has the task to not only observe the many ways in which everything is backwards, but to also offer solutions.

Simplicity is the motto. Basically, you fix things, particularly governmental-type things, by doing the opposite of what's being done today. Let's say you observe that legislation is filled with unfamiliar phrases, unclear concepts and wrong assumptions about human nature. As a result, you have little understanding of the meaning of a law that you are required to abide by. No doubt you've heard of your responsibility as a citizen to obey all the laws, perhaps in person by a judge - "Ignorance of the law is no excuse."

Hmm. One wonders, Your Honor, how much time should be spent familiarizing oneself with the law, especially when just one piece of legislation number some 2000 pages and is written in a language that would be at home in an archeological dig, so removed is it from everyday linguistics, logic, and concepts. How about a law that merely opens the door for bureaucrats to write more law on the fly and transmogrifies two thousand pages into more than ten thousand pages?

Now imagine this being done every day.

One grossly misunderstood aspect of our unique form of government is that it's pretty much the exact opposite of all governments that came before it. In those other places, the government gave you permission to do something. Everything was prohibited unless you were given dispensation by the authorities. The government owned everything and if you were a good little subject, it just might let you live as you pleased, especially if you were its friend (or a relative).

The basis of American Exceptionalism is this concept, except backwards: we are free to live as we please unless there is a law, rule, or regulation that says otherwise. It's an unwritten rule, sorta.

Now, this doesn't mean that our leaders will always abide by it. Many in our own government don't seem to understand this simple concept and pat themselves on the back and claim that they're doing one helluva job in Washington because they're up there passing laws. If they truly held the notion of freedom in their heart, they'd be passing far fewer laws.

What they'd really do if they were genuinely interested in their fellow citizens and their God-given right to live freely, would be to review existing laws to see if they're still needed, and to repeal them if they weren't. This would also go for regulatory agencies.

An even better thing to do would be to include a sunset provision in each and every law that would require it to be re-enacted after, say, five years.

So, here's today's lesson, gentle readers: More laws = less freedom.

And, laws should be written clearly, in plain English. Most of today's laws are written by a cross between a lawyer and the Godfather: you get an offer you can't understand.

This is done on purpose. Heaven forfend that a law be written so that it can be easily understood by everyone. Who then would we pay to decipher it? How else would we know what to do to live in accordance to the law but pay a lawyer? What would our Supreme Court do?

Oh well, maybe one day we'll set everything right and get back to having some common sense in Washington.

Until then, here's Bill Whittle, our Virtual President, to expand on this idea. Enjoy.


Monday, October 14, 2013

"Buy American is Un-American?" Huh?

I found this post yesterday, courtesy of Bad Blue, linked by Jonathan Hoenig  over at Capitalist The author is an "Objectivist Philosopher" at the Ayn Rand Institute, Dr. Harry Binswanger.

To say the title surprised me would be an understatement.

Buy American is Un-American.

Really? There are far too many holes in the author's assumptions, which I'll point out.

America's distinction among all the nations of the world is that it enshrined political and economic freedom. Although we have departed greatly from our original laissez-faire principles, to the whole world America still symbolizes capitalism. Americanism means understanding that a free market, domestically and internationally, is the only path to general prosperity.

That may have been true for past generations, but under our current Progressive political leadership, it is no longer so. If I had ten thousand pages, I'd be happy to chronicle the many regulations placed upon American businesses by the Obama administration. Progressives Democrats and Republicans alike have no love for open competition nor a free market. One needs only to remember president Obama's pledge to "punish our enemies and reward our friends" to dispel any myths you may have concerning his allegiances or his opinions on equality.

A generation ago, under the Clinton administration, two pieces of legislation were passed that did much harm to our economy: one was the North American Free Trade Agreement and the other granted Most Favored Nation trade status to Communist China. These two terrible laws resulted in the massive shutdown of American factories and millions of unemployed and sub-employed Americans. At the time, president Clinton said that we were going to move to a service-oriented economy, and away from the manufacture of durable goods. Logic would have approved one goal in addition to the other, but that's not what happened. One replaced the other, thanks to government.

Philosophically, Americanism means individualism. Individualism holds that one's personal identity, moral worth, and inalienable rights belong to one as an individual, not as a member of a particular race, class, nation, or other collective.

But collectivism is the premise of "Buy American." In purchasing goods, we are expected to view ourselves and the sellers not as individuals, but as units of a nation. We are expected to accept lower quality or more expensive goods in the name of alleged benefits to the national collective.

Most "Buy American" advocates are motivated by misplaced patriotism. But for some the motive is a collectivist hostility towards foreigners. This xenophobic attitude is thoroughly un-American; it is plain bigotry.
The author incorrectly assumes that American products  are inferior to foreign-made products. Americans have a dedication to quality. As a former producer of manufactured goods, I can attest to the pursuit of quality: it's there, it's real and there are no excuses for not producing a quality product. I own a Chevy pickup that's 22 years old and has over 224,000 miles as evidence.

It's what  we do.

As to individuality, we are born as units of a nation, and there is nothing we can do about it until we can relocate. Our good fortune is to be born in America, and there's nothing wrong with unity in the promotion of our national values of freedom and individuality, especially where our money is concerned.

I would rather spend my money inside my own country and have that money go towards others who share my values. I'd also prefer the taxes I pay to help my fellow citizens than for that money to go into the pocket of some corrupt official in a foreign land. This is not the "hostility towards foreigners" the author claims, but an exercise of my individual preferences. I choose for my money to stay as close to home as possible.

Throughout history, mankind has always banded together with others of like mind and I can find nothing wrong with that. Unless, of course, you're a cannibal.

Giving preference to American-made products over German or Japanese products is the same injustice as giving preference to products made by whites over those made by blacks. Economic nationalism, like racism, means judging men and their products by the group from which they come, not by merit.

No, it doesn't. There is no injustice in it. It's an individual decision, something the author previously stated he was in favor of. Besides, how does he account for the sales of foreign goods? Ours is a society that allows the market to decide who fails and who succeeds. I know of no group or country that's prohibited from selling here.

The patriotic advocates of buying American would be shocked to learn that the economic theory underlying their viewpoint is Marxism. In describing the influx of Japanese products and investment, they don't use the Marxist terminology of "imperialism" and "exploitation," but the basic idea is the same: capitalistic acts are destructive and free markets will impoverish you. It's the same anti-capitalist nonsense whether it is used by leftists to attack the United States for its commerce with Latin America or by supposed patriots to attack Japan for its commerce with the United States.

Now he's just making stuff up. How is not sending money to help support a nation whose government is openly hostile to American values Marxist?

It is in your interest that other men be smart, ambitious, and productive, not stupid, lazy, or incompetent.
By spending my money here, I am much more likely to be a beneficiary of that smartness, ambition and productivity. Physical proximity counts for something. Also, by spending my money at home, I'm contributing more to the people who live around me, especially when it comes to charity. While I may not be able to contribute directly to charities, many of the companies I support do.

I'm offended at Dr. Binswanger's thinly veiled attempts to divide us further. Capitalism has been the victim of bad publicity despite all evidence to the contrary. The Twentieth Century was American Capitalism's finest era when unimagined wealth and prosperity were brought to the whole world.

You're welcome.

Those who are to blame for fouling capitalism are the first to proclaim it doesn't work. Funny, that.

We would do ourselves a favor to find leaders who would commit to an American Renewal. Such leaders would drastically reduce the amount of regulations and taxes that are currently preventing us from reaching our economic potential. They'd also promote freedom in all its forms, but primarily freedom from unnecessary governmental intrusion into our private life.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Tourists Imprisoned by Yellowstone Park Officials

Gee, they seem to be serious about this partial shutdown of the government, aren't they?

The seniors quickly filed back onboard and the bus went to the Old Faithful Inn, the park’s premier lodge located adjacent to the park’s most famous site, Old Faithful geyser. That was as close as they could get to the famous site — barricades were erected around Old Faithful, and the seniors were locked inside the hotel, where armed rangers stayed at the door.

The tourists were treated harshly by armed park employees, she said, so much so that some of the foreign tourists with limited English skills thought they were under arrest.

When finally allowed to leave, the bus was not allowed to halt at all along the 2.5-hour trip out of the park, not even to stop at private bathrooms that were open along the route.

“We’ve become a country of fear, guns and control,” said Vaillancourt, who grew up in Lawrence. “It was like they brought out the armed forces. Nobody was saying, ‘we’re sorry,’ it was all like — ” as she clenched her fist and banged it against her forearm.

Gloria Allred was unavailable for comment.

h/t Ace of Spades HQ

Friday, October 4, 2013

Your Government Atwerk - Updated

Lovely, just lovely.

The games politicians play: Barack Obama is having a lot of fun using the government shutdown to squeeze the public in imaginative ways.

The Park Service appears to be closing streets on mere whim and caprice. The rangers even closed the parking lot at Mount Vernon, where the plantation home of George Washington is a favorite tourist destination. That was after they barred the new World War II Memorial on the Mall to veterans of World War II. But the government does not own Mount Vernon; it is privately owned by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association. The ladies bought it years ago to preserve it as a national memorial. The feds closed access to the parking lots this week, even though the lots are jointly owned with the Mount Vernon ladies. The rangers are from the government, and they’re only here to help.

“It’s a cheap way to deal with the situation,” an angry Park Service ranger in Washington says of the harassment. “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.”

It should be noted that this is the direct result of Harry Reid's obstructionism. This shutdown is owned wholly by the Democrats, not the Republicans. Anyone who tells you different doesn't know what they're talking about.

UPDATE! - Here's a list of the  unnecessary shutdowns - Link  to Breitbart.

UP-UPDATE!! - The Pentagon is withholding the Death Gratuity to families, falsely blames Tea Party.

Congress passed the bill paying the military, and Obama signed it. Yet the Pentagon is interpreting this to deny the families the benefit, and telling the families it is because of Congress. This is beyond obscene, a part of a continuing attack on the military to diminish and divide.

h/t Drudge Report

Monday, September 23, 2013

Zilla Needs Your Help

Here's a call to all 16 of you gentle readers: Zilla, one of the premier conservative bloggers on this Interwebz thingy, needs your help.

Please click here and drop something in her tip jar.

You'll be doing something good for someone who needs it.

She's on our side and deserves our help. She's what we used to call a "good egg." And remember, what goes around comes around, for it is written: "The love you take is equal to the love you make."

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Your Democrat Government At Work: Incomes Down, New Poverty Record

President Obama's "fundamental transformation" of America is proceeding right on schedule.

During the four years that marked President Barack Obama’s first term in office, the real median income of American households dropped by $2,627 and the number of people in poverty increased by approximately 6,667,000, according to data released today by the Census Bureau.

Someone help me remember, is this the "Hope" part or the "Change" part?

Friday, September 13, 2013

Reid: Tea Party Equals Anarchy. Harry, You Couldn't Be More Wrong

Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D - NV), in a startling display of ignorance, attempted to label the Tea Party as "anarchists." He criticized the new class of senators, who were sent to Washington to stop the extreme leftward lurch this administration is taking against the will of the people in defiance of the Constitution.

“People who don’t believe in government — and that’s what the Tea Party is all about — are winning, and that’s a shame.”

This is a gross mischaracterization of the movement. Perhaps someone in a position to do so will make sure this article finds its way to Mr. Reid, for he is in dire need of correction.

The Tea Party is not a group of anarchists. It believes in government because there can be no civil peaceful society without it. What it doesn't believe in is a Progressive form of government where the basic law of the land, our Constitution, is ignored or misread. It doesn't believe, as Mr. Reid apparently does, that government should be so large, so intrusive and so expensive that it begins to have a deleterious effect on the everyday life of Americans.

It doesn't believe that government has the right to snoop on emails or telephone calls of innocent citizens without probable cause presented before a judge.

It doesn't believe that the IRS should discriminate against conservative political action groups in order to affect the outcome of a national election.

It doesn't believe that the government should be powerful enough to shut down or take over entire sectors of the economy as we are seeing with the destruction of the coal industry and the takeover of the health care and student loan industries.

It doesn't believe that government should be able to issue tens of thousands of pages of onerous regulations to "solve" a fabricated environmental "crisis" that has cost trillions in lost wages, lost productivity and lost careers.

It doesn't believe that government should treat some citizens differently than others.

It doesn't believe there should be open borders.

It doesn't believe that schoolchildren should be indoctrinated into radical, far-left, anti-American thought.

It doesn't believe that law should be passed before we know what is in it.

It's not that the Tea Party doesn't believe in government, Mr. Reid. It's that it doesn't believe in your Progressive vision of it.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

As Goes the Porn Industry, So Goes America


The pornography industry, long accustomed to being a scapegoat for the country’s moral ills, is now being blamed for America’s economic failings, too.

OK, America, you know what you have to do.

Get, um, cracking.

Friday, August 30, 2013

More Proof That Everything Is Backwards

This episode of Bill Whittle's outstanding Afterburner video series raises a depressing question: How will we explain our compliance with the current political madness to our children and grandchildren?

Indeed, how will we explain to our progeny that we didn't demand our elected representatives focus on the greatest good for the greatest number of Americans? That we didn't demand a robust economy with a diversity of opportunity for all, free from intrusive and unnecessary bureaucrats? That we didn't demand all laws be enforced, or if they were to be ignored, then repealed, not saved for some possibly tyrannical use later on?

How do we explain that we know more about television shows and celebrities than we do the goings-on in Washington that directly affect all of us?

That we didn't demand the truth?

And common sense?

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The RNC Needs a Message, Not a New CIO

JohnE has this post over at Ace of SpadeHQ: Q&A With Andy Barkett, The RNC's New Chief Technology Officer. It's about the RNC's efforts to match the DNC's massive technological GOTV Machine.

I have some problems with this approach, though. Especially this part:

We've talked about and we've begun to work on a mass customized model. The Obama team got down to where they could target smaller and smaller niche. We want to go further. We want to have a model of every single individual. So if that individual person has clicked on an email from us and said that they care about a particular issue, if we've knocked on their door and asked them a question, we want to understand every single one of those people on a personal level and know how to communicate with each one of them. So, where we want to get to is that when we send out an email blast, that email is customized to each recipient.

Umm, no.

I can't understand why the RNC feels the need to duplicate the NSA's illegal and unconstitutional snooping tactics. Just in case they haven't noticed, Americans aren't all that thrilled with such invasive methods, are they NSA?

Plus, it's wholly unnecessary.

These blithering idiots may, one day, awaken to the simple fact that their national message is far more important than anything they think they need to do on the technological front. Only when they start thinking, speaking and acting in the best interests of the majority of Americans will they start to win elections.

We're all too familiar with the many times this party has ignored the will of the people and caved in to the Prog/Coms on the Left (which is everyone in the Dim party).

Hey GOP: you want to generate some interest? Howzabout being a real opposition party and start standing up against amnesty for illegals. Stand up for capitalism and a robust economy. Start standing up for freedom, the rule of law, and against the NSA's expensive and unnecessary surveillance of innocent Americans. Call for prosecutions and firings of anyone in this administration caught violating any part of our Constitution.

Show some spine. People will come looking for you and you can save all this time, energy, and money micro-targeting voters.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

252 Reasons Why You're An Idiot If You Voted For Obama

That's really not the title of this post from That would be Obama supporters will go hysterical over this well sourced list of 252 examples of his lying, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, etc.

It's long but worth your time. Even better, if you show it to someone who voted for him (or any Dimocrat for that matter) and their head explodes, you get extra credit.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Depressed? You Will Be After You Read This

I was surfing the Intertoobs this morning and found this link over at Instapundit. It's a short post from the Washington Times hawking an e-book called Enjoy the Decline by economist Aaron Clarey entitled Has America Seen It's Best Days?

According to Clarey, the answer is yes. This is the point where you, gentle reader, should consider removing any sharp objects within your reach.

The author asks why Clarey recommends we lie back, think of Norman Rockwell, and let the wave of Doom wash over us?

“What else are they supposed to do?” He asks. “If they try to stop it, they’ll waste their lives on a problem that cannot be fixed. Instead I’m much more practical. I recommend people take inventory of their lives and find out how to benefit the most from it, regardless of what’s happening in the public sector.”

OK, that's advice, but not necessarily what I wanted to hear. Certainly, What Has Been Done can be Undone? Right?


Oh, it's not just economics?

Beyond economics, Clarey claims that “Kim Kardashian and the fact rap is more popular than jazz” lead him to believe American social values are crumbling.

I have no particular animus towards either KK nor rap. I prefer art with a bit of substance and celebrities with some depth and I find neither in those examples. We've already seen people famous merely for being famous before. And popular music has always been more about marketing than talent (I'm looking at you, Bay City Rollers).

So how did we arrive at this sorry state?

“The Baby Boomer Generation. Without a doubt. When you go from Frank Sinatra to Jim Morrison in 8 years, that’s not a slow transition from musical tastes of society, that is an immediate change purposely forced by a generation determined to ignore wisdom, taste, culture and value just for the sake of doing so

“But music is only one aspect. Fashion turned hideous, divorce became an Olympic event, the idea of outsourcing your children to daycare became standard, nearly every aspect of work, effort, and ethic was thrown out the door and every non-economic aspect of society shows it.”

Purposely forced upon us, you say? Do you mean by, oh, an enemy who wished to defeat us without firing a shot? Like the old Soviets of the 1960's?

Like this...

Gain control of key positions in radio, T.V., and motion pictures.

Continue discrediting American culture by degrading all forms of artistic expression. An American Communist cell was told to "eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings, substitute shapeless, awkward and meaningless forms.
Break down culture standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and T.V.

Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with "social" religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity which does not need a "religious crutch."

So, this wasn't a normal progression of American society, Mr. Clarey? Tell me more.

“People, going back to FDR, Woodrow Wilson, and more recently the Baby Boomer, Gen X and Gen Y Generations actually believe they don’t have to work,” he explains. "The concept of Keynesian economics where we just “shuffle money around and POOF” economic growth occurs, not to mention it’s MAINSTREAM economics is proof as to just how stupid, naive, and gullible the average American is. 

Ahh, Free Market Economics. I can almost remember what that was. That was the arcane idea that innovation, quality, and merit were to be rewarded. A rising tide raises all ships.

How quaint.

Surely our state of affairs can be reversed. But how?

“Eliminate all income taxes and replace it with a single sales tax at state, federal and local levels and make a constitutional amendment limiting the total amount to less than 20% GDP,” he states. “This would assure productive people and businesses their labor would not be confiscated as well as send a signal to the parasitic classes that they will have to work.”

Oh, I get it now: bad governmental policy lies at the root of our problems. Who could've guessed that a bunch of politicians with little to no experience in the private sector crafting ill-thought-out laws could have such a negative effect on everyone's life?

Gosh, it would be nice if we could somehow reacquaint our society with positive values once more. Even nicer would be to gain some control over our government again so we could look forward to a better tomorrow for ourselves and our families and have our elected representatives do the most good for the most people. More freedom, not less.

I'm with Aaron Clarey: I just don't see this happening.

Pardon me while I draw a warm bath. Now where did I put that razor blade...

Monday, August 12, 2013

You Get Three Guesses Who This Brainwashed Kid's Parents Voted For, and the First Two Don't Count

I really, really wish this video wasn't true.


Somebody's got a lot of 'splainin' to do to this poor little kid. Like how you don't pray for the destruction of your country or the guy and the ideology doing it.

The sad thing is, had his parents any knowledge of the Constitution and how it was implemented in order to stop the current abuses of power, the kid would probably be singing its praises.

As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

The Riddle of the Angel Priest UPDATED! Real Priest Found!

Here's an interesting story: a young accident victim is trapped in her car. She's seriously injured but awake through it all. At one point she asks for the emergency service people to pray out loud  with her. Out of nowhere, a priest appears, anointing oil in hand, and calms both the young woman and her rescuers, then disappears.

This is, as the young'uns say, way cool.

It's possible that the priest was just passing through the area and happened upon the scene. This is the most likely scenario, at least to me. He may be found eventually and we'll learn his name and his parish.

But what if he's never found? His appearance on a road that had been closed for a quarter-mile in both directions was unexpected and his departure from the accident scene went unnoticed.

OK, that's still not unusual. Many good Samaritans don't stick around after they've helped someone. But where this story takes a turn is that the priest doesn't appear in any of  the nearly 70 pictures taken at the scene.

This story just got way cooler...

UPDATE: Here's an interview with one of the police officers at the accident scene who shook hands with the priest.


The priest has been found. Rev. Patrick Dowling. Thank you, Father. What you did at the accident scene was just what was needed for the emergency responders and the victim.

h/t The Drudge Report

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Musical Political Videos

Here are more Videos You Should See.

Here is the first one. It's from Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory explaining his recent switch from the Democrat Party to the Republican Party.

Consider this as jazz. Understated but fiery, with cool and class.

Now, here's the rock and roll version: same ideas, but cranked up to 11.  E.W. Jackson is the Republican candidate for Virginia Lt. Governor.

If it's too loud, you're too old.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Thursday, May 23, 2013

An Interesting and Informative Cartoon

I've been meaning to post this gem for a while. Enjoy.

As usual, you're invited to poke around in the archives. Oh, and you can click on any of the other links in the sidebar, some of them are friends and would welcome the hits.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Protest Political Correctness on July 3, 2013

From the Canadian Free Press comes this interesting idea...

More than any other cultural artifact, the PC movement dictates what can or can’t be said, and what the nature of truth is. How is it possible that a small group of elites, originally hailing from Germany, of Marxist conviction, have been allowed to dictate the outline of polite discourse for the last few decades? In fact, the PC movement is a hoax obscured under a false definition of civility. In fact, PC is the very opposite of civility, being a tyranny against free expression, driven by a Marxist cultural jihad, meant to extinguish the right of conservatives to express their beliefs, or mount principled dissent against leftism.

 Pass this around.

Monday, April 29, 2013

SkyNet Speaks!

Michael Silber sends a message to Siri, then sends it to Google Voice, sends it back to Siri, which sends it back to Google Voice. Repeat until GIGO, which, apparently, doesn't take long.


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Bloomberg Opportunity for Conservatives

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, he of the salt and 16 oz soda ban, not to mention the weapon-clip ban, presents a unique opportunity. His needless meddling in the lives of others is an excellent example of what not to do when it comes to the role of government.

It also presents the occasion to form the "Bite Me" Coalition.

Kurt Schlichter over at has this post, courtesy of Instapundit, that goes into more detail. Here's a couple of tidbits...

Who the hell is New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to presume that he has a say in what I or any other American chooses to drink? Of course, the answer for any self-respecting citizen is that he has no such say, and the proper response to him and his legion of petty fascist fan boys is the suggestion that they pucker up – and I will politely decline to identify what they should kiss.
 Hmm, I'm liking what I hear.

It’s a sad commentary that the once boisterous, independent, take-no-guff New Yorker of the past has been replaced by a gutless, cowardly supplicant eager to obey the commands of whatever pint—sized potentate occupies Gracie Mansion. Back in the day, a real New Yorker would look that tiny troll in the mayor’s office in his beady little eyes and laugh, “Hey Mikey, I got your Big Gulp right here.”

These bossy snobs are getting out of hand, and it’s time to push back – hard. Besides being the American thing to do, resistance to this creeping liberal totalitarianism is a huge opportunity for conservatives.
The only reason we've lost control of our government is we've seemingly forgotten our roles as American citizens. We've also lost sight of something very important, a big part of what makes us who we are as a nation.

We have forgotten that those we elect to office work for us. They answer to us, the people who elected them, and no one else.

They're our employees, not our bosses. We tell them what to do, and we're not doing it.

Would you take any guff from an employee who didn't do what you asked, repeatedly? Certainly not. You'd sit them down and tell them what the score was. You'd tell them to straighten up, follow orders and rules or else they'd be looking for a job in the very near future.

Attitude, yeah, I got one. Whaddaboutit?

Monday, February 25, 2013

Know Your Domestic Enemy - Billy Ayers Edition

This is sort of old, it's from Zombie in 2008, but it's still relevant.

As you read it, understand that William Ayers still believes in revolution against America. I'll say what Zombie won't: the people who wrote this are your enemies and are still working to destroy everything you hold dear. They want to control you, your children, and your way of life. They wish to destroy your ability to have a peaceful life.

Failing that, they want you dead.

William Ayers' forgotten Communist Manifesto: Prairie Fire.

Read the whole thing.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

A Speech You Should Hear

Some plain talk about the rule of law and the Constitution from a state representative who should be in Washington.

h/t The Right Planet