Sunday, April 11, 2010

Decisions, decisions...

Unfortunately, the frequency of posts has suffered quite a bit after a promising start. Fortunately, I will be taking my long-planned vacation for 11 days. If I have time, I may post while on vacation, but I am not planning on it. After I return (on the week of the 26th), I plan to increase my frequency, in part, by concentrating on shorter posts. Wish me luck on that.

Until then, here's a quick preview of what I hope to be talking about soon:

1. The PA-12 Special Election and GOP Primary. The Special will be one of the only races where a direct rebuke of the Democrats agenda is possible. As I promised before, this will be controversial and rile some people up. With the election not until May 18th, I feel it's best to postpone comment until we get a little closer.

2. My profile of a little band from England that has inspired me to blog and get more involved. And reasons why I think they may just be a tiny bit Libertarian and why they'll never admit to it.

3. How the term "critical thinking" has been absconded by the Left. And what the Right can do about it.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Read and React: Obama Limits When U.S. Would Use Nuclear Arms

Taken from the New York Times.

One of the only things I have been happy about regarding President Obama has been the use of Predator drones in the Afghanistan/Pakistan border regions against Al Qaeda and the Taliban. I've also been pleased that he has pushed our allies to supply more troops to the Af/Pak theater. This new nuclear policy is the equivalent of placing a one ton block on the other side of a scale that holds a couple one pound weights.

I am deeply disturbed by this. Obama is basically sending an invitation to any terrorist actor or hostile nation to attack us using any means BUT nuclear. What will he do if an American city comes under chemical attack? Unleash the mustard gas? Please.

Our nuclear weapons are our greatest deterrent against ANY type of attack by ANY nation. To limit the use of nuclear arms to a small list of nations that doesn't include Iran (for now), Venezuela, Syria, Libya or Cuba is foolish at best, masochistic at worst.

It's time for a brave Congressman (or woman) to draw up Articles of Impeachment.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Happy Easter

This has been a hectic week, hence no posts. Nothing earth-shattering, just assisting various family members with various things. All at once.

However I have been working on, what I believe to be, my most important and controversial post to date. Without giving too much away, it regards the PA-12 Special Election and Republican Primary. Considering that this is the holiest weekend in the calendar, I will hold off on publishing this for a couple days.

To everyone reading this, have a happy Easter and remember that it's not about bunnies and eggs.