I was disappointed in Mozilla’s Firefox recent upgrade, in which they removed the “cookie exceptions” option. I had a whole list of known spyware websites in that box. I’m constantly clicking “remove all cookies” while using the Internet, anyway, so it’s not that big a deal. However, I now see in my Spyware Doctor that [...]
This legislative bill passed the Massachusetts State Senate in April and is on the way to the House, and I’m sure that Gov. Deval Patrick will sign this hard-core anti-civil liberties bill into law. This is in response to the swine flu panic of 2009. This law would allow state officials to enter private property [...]
I was going to say some things about Ted Kennedy, but Michael Graham has a great post that is more than sufficient. And here’s Howie Carr on that.
Sorry about the infrequent posts this past week. I’m working on new web design software so I can put the blog directly on the home page. It should look and work better. I hope.
It appears that the ailing (maybe they mean “ale”) Massachusetts Senator Edward M. Kennedy is requesting that the state legislature change the law that requires a special election in the case of a U.S. Senator’s resignation or death. He wants the governor to appoint a successor speedily, in time to help the Democrats pass the [...]
I am so glad that Rush Limbaugh pointed this out: Andy McCarthy’s article in NRO that reinforces Rush’s argument that the Democrats’ proposals for government medicine are much closer to the socialism of Nazi Germany than anything from the conservatives, and that Rush was making a substantive comparison. Please see the McCarthy article just linked, [...]
Here is a defense of Rush Limbaugh’s recent unvarnished review of mid-20th Century history, particularly regarding the German Nazi Party’s similarities to modern day leftist agenda of socialism and fascism. The term “Nazi” when translated to English stands for “National Socialist German Workers’ Party.” (I know, I’ve already mentioned that in a recent post.) Rush [...]
The questions about government medicine I asked yesterday are not out of hysteria. Unfortunately, too many people have not learned from history that when government intrudes into private matters of the citizens, ineptness, corruption and violations of human rights become the norm, and result in the spread of misery throughout the land. We see what [...]
Sen. Tom Coburn has some questions regarding the ongoing debate of the proposals for government-run medical care. Here are some more questions. What will be mandatory and what will be forbidden? Will it be mandatory to see a doctor? What if someone doesn’t want to go to a doctor? What if someone sees a doctor [...]
Some friends recently bought a Nissan Versa to replace their fetid VW Beetle. That got me thinking. I don’t have a car and I use public transportation along with my 45-year-old legs (and feet), but if I did have a car, for a while I would’ve wanted a Chevy Silverado pickup, as well as the [...]
We must question the long-held assumption that government ought to produce and administer the currency that we must use for trading. Government has been doing that for many generations, and it is just assumed that because that’s the way it’s been, then that’s the way it ought to be. However, we all have natural rights, [...]
I’m glad Rush Limbaugh yesterday touched on the similarities between today’s Democrat Party and the 1930s German Nazi party. And for that Nancy Pelosi, the Stinker Of The House, to be calling others Nazis, talk about the pot calling the kettle black! All you have to do is look at the modern Democrat Party platform, [...]