Thursday, October 27, 2005

2 Eagles ripped for evangelizing at school - NFL -

Full Story here
So, A professional Football Player goes to a High School, and during his speech he speaks of his Christian Faith, and invites students to come to a concert...


If I go someplace in public and a Muslim is wearing an ABahia, and I find it offensive, should the take it off? Should they not be forced to uncover their face? If this was Mohammad Ali and he spoke of his faith would everyone get upset?

Why now? Why here?

If your not upset, your not paying attention

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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Seminole County is worried your kids are going to the wrong school

Seminole County is worried your kids are going to the wrong school

Can you belive that they are going to charge parents and / or students with a 2nd degree Misdemeanor and up to a $500 fine because your kids are going to the wrong school? What has this world come to?

When are we going to wake up and realize that education is a choice, and we shold be able to make it! Give me back my tax dollars so that I can spend them where I want, and send my kids to school where I want!

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Friday, October 21, 2005

Belinda Noah on Taxes

Noting that the income tax system is one of the pillars of Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto, Florida, U. S. Senatorial Candidate, Belinda Noah says there could be a silver lining in the negative preliminary report from President Bush’s Tax Reform Panel which was tasked with suggesting fundamental changes to how Americans are taxed.

“Members of Congress are well aware of the fact that Americans and American corporations are screaming for real tax reform, not just this wishy-washy junk reported out of the committee. The President did not empanel them to just tinker around the edges of the present tax code. He asked for real and meaningful tax reform, something like the FairTax.”

“But, the tax reform panel, in effect, threw the tax reform hot potato back into the laps of the President and Congress. They may just as well have said that there is nothing wrong with the current code except the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). The mortgage deduction reduction is going to really sit well with the Hollywood crowd and with the recommendation that Congress put a cap on the health insurance write-offs...well there goes company paid dependent coverage. The Unions are really going to love that one!

“The founding fathers of the United States declared that a tax on income was incompatible with liberty so they made it un-constitutional.

The onerous income tax is the real reason American companies are being forced to move their headquarters offshore, resulting in millions of Americans loosing their jobs. It is also resulting in an increasing number of bankruptcies,” Dr. Noah stated.

Noting Americans for Fair Taxation’s Chairman Leo Linbeck’s comment that well-heeled lobbyists are manipulating the federal tax code for profit, “The time is right to scrap a tax code that hides the real tax burden from us, artificially inflates prices while holding down wages.” explained, Dr Noah. “That is why I am foursquare behind the FairTax Act now in the U.S. Senate, will co-sign on the Bill and work for its passage when I am elected to the Senate in 2006.”

She is right on.

Nothing else to say.

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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Fair Tax Rally Time

The President has put together a Tax Reform Panel that is flat out refusing to look at the Fair Tax because it is too risky.

Let them know how you feel now!

White House:

The number for the White House switchboard is 202-456-1414
Call The President's Comment Line:
Monday through Friday
9:00am through 5:00pm EDST
Telephone number 202-456-1111

Web Site for Tax Reform Panel comments can be made HERE.

I also recommend that you contact your Congressman, Senator, and Governor.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2005

More on why we need to end big government

Check out this article at the Boston Herald. Can you believe what are hard earned tax dollars are going to?

Does this not enrage you? If you are not mad, you are not paying attention.

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White House Library now has the Quran

Can you believe it? President Bush stated yesterday that the White House Library now has a copy of the Quran. YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME!

I have asked young Americans to study the language and customs of the broader Middle East. And for the first time in our nation's history, we have added a Koran to the White House Library. (Applause.)

President Bush, have you ever read the thing? Do you realize that it tells the people to KILL US (we are the infidels).

I can only hope that it is a "Know thy enemy".


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Monday, October 17, 2005

The Alternative Minimum Tax

Check out this article...

This is case in point why we need the Fair Tax NOW!

The Alternative Minimum Tax is going to come a bite every American very hard, right in the butt, where your wallet was.

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Friday, October 14, 2005

Feds' want to get the money while they can!

If this doesn't bring you to support the Fair Tax, what will?
Lower Tax Breaks for homeowners
What do we do now! Work to pass the Fair Tax, that's what! Many peoples homes are now worth more than $300k due to the housing boom, even though that's not what people paid for them. See my links on the side of this page, or just go to the Fair Tax web site. This has GOT to stop. The Government does not deserve any more of our money!

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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

It took a Lawyer to make this happen?

I love Yahoo!, I really do, but come on! They knew that there were sickos out there and it took a lawyer to get them to shut this stuff down?

Yahoo shutters pedophile chats

What is up with that? Do they not monitor thier site for this kind of stupidity?

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Belinda Noah for Senate!

I added a link to Dr. Noah's blog. Check this out Floridians!

Dr. Belinda Noah's Blog

Noah 2006 Site

A great alternative to Bill Nelson and Katherine Harris. She supports the Fair Tax, and feels that Healthcare and our Nations Security are #1 priorities.

Go Belinda Go!

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Sunday, October 09, 2005

Moral Poverty in the wake of Katrina

A great article was recently forwarded to me from World Net Daily by the Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson. The Reverend Peters is exposing us to a commentary on how there was a large number of New Orleans residents that were waiting for the Government to come to thier aid, instead of taking care of themselves and thier families first. I find this quote most telling:

All Americans must tell blacks this truth. It was blacks' moral poverty – not their material poverty – that cost them dearly in New Orleans. Farrakhan, Jackson, and other race hustlers are to be repudiated – they will only perpetuate this problem by stirring up hatred and applauding moral corruption.

Please take a look at the article.

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Friday, October 07, 2005

The Internet is in Danger from the UN!

Internet is in Danger from the UN

Nealz Newz again. Read this article. Scary. Isn't it bad enough that they want to punish us (that is Americans) for causing Global Warming through Kyoto? What is the UN going to do about China then? Are we going to go "Least Common Denominator" and say that everything should be censored?


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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Which border to protect first?

There has been alot of "Conservative" press lately about protecting our borders. Every time you see Hannity lately he's on the Mexican border saying how the border patrol needs more help, etc. I agree. The border patrol needs more help. The Mexican border is a problem.

Now we have a petition to put a fence up between the US and Mexico. Great Idea.

One Question... What about Canada? Over the years we have had many AWOL individual "escape" to Canada to avoid their service to this country. One article I read recently discusses how a man who was AWOL for a year escaped to Canada using his Military ID. Now, if it's that easy for us to get into Canada, how hard is it for others to get into the US from Canada?

Especially when you have things like Sharia Law being proposed in Canada. And the large wooded areas along the border where you could walk through undetected.


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Monday, October 03, 2005

Neal Boortz and Nealz Nuze today

Boortz is right on today!

I love this quote he has on there...
The Nuze will be a bit sparse today .... let's just say that the Talkmaster slept in a bit. There is something I wanted you to read though. Daniel Webster wrote this on June 1, 1834. It is oh so true today:

"I apprehend no danger to our country from a foreign foe . . . Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from another quarter. From the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness and negligence, I must confess that I do apprehend some danger. I fear that they may place too implicit a confidence in their public servants, and fail properly to scrutinize their conduct; that in this way they may be made the dupes of designing men, and become the instruments of their own undoing. Make them intelligent, and they will be vigilant; give them the means of detecting the wrong, and they will apply the remedy."

Read the rest on his site. It's awesome.

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A link on the Alaska Bridge

Seattle Times Article

Here you go. So it's not $50BB as I heard that night, but still, as the article state:

The next-largest chunk in Alaska's award is $223 million to help build another bridge: an estimated $315 million project connecting Ketchikan, population 8,000, with neighboring Gravina Island, population 50.

$223 million for a population of 50? Thats $4,460,000 per resident. Doesn't that seem a little crazy?

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Welfare and Voting

Homeless Organization promotes voter registration

Well, just starting my research and I come across this on the National Homeless site. Now, if you have people that have the greatest to gain from government programs voting, do you really think they will vote to remove those who continue to support government programs?

There is a comment to my Meeting of the Mouths post that asks:

What about the single mom whose husband won't pay support and can't find a good job? No vote for her?

My first reaction was "Get a Job". My second reaction is "Get a Job". What I would say is that if you are on Welfare that does not preclude you from voting, what it says is that it shouldn't be sponsered by the Welfare office or, for that mater, Homeless organizations. If you can stand on your own two feet, you can get a productive Job. Child Welfare is not precluded because the mother is working. There are plenty of opportunities to help the children, and the single mother, and if she wants to register to vote, then Yes, she can vote, but don't make it manditory because she is registering herself or her kids for Welfare.

That simple. Voting is a RIGHT in this country, it is not compulsory. That simple. No One should be forced to regiser to vote to recieve social programs... PERIOD.

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Saturday, October 01, 2005

Meeting of the Mouths update

I had the privilege of attending Meeting of the Mouths 3 at the TD Waterhouse Center last night (30 Sep 05). It's an odd story how I got tickets, so I have to share it.

A friend of mine's brother rents a flat to the personal assistant for James Carville (one of the speakers at MOM3.) Through this contact he got two tickets to the show. We had no idea where the tickets would be at, and were very surprised to find out that we were on the floor, in the second row, right in front of the stage! It was awesome.

For those of you who don't know, MOM3 included James Carville, Neal Boortz, Sean Hannity, Clark Howard, and was moderated by Neil Cavuto. It was a very interesting group, with Hannity and Carville on the extremes. Howard and Cavuto both with great business sense, and Boortz brought his own sense Libertarian views just to stir the pot a bit.

I was sporting my brand new "Fair-Tax" t-shirt, and given the proximity got the chance to ah, express my opinion, when I felt it was necessary about supporting the Fair Tax. At one point I got a smile from Neal Boortz :D.

Overall the program centered on Iraq, Rebuilding New Orleans, and the fiduciary responsibility (or lack thereof) of our elected officials. One comment that hit home for me was that our elected officials should be fearful of loosing their jobs, which they do not seem to be. Perhaps we need to express our voting muscle to that effect. Some additional comments:

1. There is a pork barrel project that is some $50BB dollars to build a bridge in Alaska that will serve a large community of 50 people. Is that not just silly?

2. James Carville (who is a pretty good pulse of the Democratic Party) feels that the deciding issue for the 2008 election is going to be Energy, that Hillary will run in 2008, and that Iraq should be left to "Divide itself" into the Kurds, the Sunni's and the Shities. This got a lot of discussion.

3. In Colorado there is a law on the books that limits the amount of spending increase to the growth of the population and the GDP. This is a great idea and one we should look at implementing at the Federal level.

4. We need to help our Representatives in Congress and the Senate understand that their job is to do our will, "We the People", and they should all fear for their jobs!

5. Carrying Point 4 a little further... A Republican controlled Congress, A Republican Controlled Senate, and a Republican President and we have a 33% increase in spending in the past 5 years! They should consider this if they want to maintain their majority. The American people will not continue to put up with the frivolous spending that has been occurring.

6. Welfare reciepients are registered to vote when they sign up for Welfare! I have to do more research on this, but come on! If you are on Welfare, you don't get to vote!

Well, that's about it for now. If I think of more... I'll give it a post...

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