October 2010 Editorials (48)


Added by Terry on October 31, 2010 at 7:04pm — No Comments

A Spooky Bill

Yesterday my mother-in-law sent me an email forward that she got warning her about bill designed to charge a 1% tax on every financial transaction made. Here it is so you can recognize it when you see it.

THIS IS THE FIRST I HAVE READ OF PASSAGE DATES……sb I am sure we all know about this tax..can’t delete the comments below….

Subject: Fw: H. R. 4646

If we do nothing———let’s not complain when this bill is passed and we’re stuck with a new tax!…


Added by Ron Brzoska on October 31, 2010 at 6:54am — 2 Comments

Why The Tea Party Movement Matters

It seems lately that everybody wants to be associated with the Tea Party movement. You will note that I purposely added the word “movement”. I did this because that is exactly what the Tea Party is,

and I feel, should remain. I believe that for the Tea Party to remain

relevant it must not give in to the temptation to establish itself as a

legitimate third party. As a movement, the Tea Party has been able to

energize and motivate people in a way that has…


Added by Alan on October 29, 2010 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Compromise? Not So Much.

We hear much these days about the new Republican congress compromising with the Democrats once it is seated. This sounds great at first blush especially when you realize that a good business deal has

historically been described as a case where BOTH parties to the deal

feel like they took advantage of the other. In other words, a win-win

situation has been achieved. It’s hardly surprising to hear wishy-washy

Republicans speak in such platitudes as it has a nice sound to it…


Added by Alan on October 29, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments


This is one time when I wish to be an Alaskan resident. Since loser, Linda Murkowski, is trying to sabotage candidate Joe Miller's campaign to be the next Republican senator (which he won fair and square), turnabout's fair play, especially in light of the crap shoot the courts are playing.

The court made two opposing decisions in one day about a "list of write in's" at the polling place. Murkowski attempted to re-write the write-in law in her favor. First the law…


Added by Daezy on October 29, 2010 at 10:46am — 4 Comments


We have all heard of "The Cream of The Crop", and as you know it means that the best and the brightest will always separate and rise to the top, and become identifiable from the milk around it. As we see in the current political season, "SLIME", like cream also eventually surfaces, but unlike "cream", as we saw in the Gulf oil spill, the slime you see on the surface is simply a minuscule amount when compared to what is hidden below…

Added by useitorloseit on October 29, 2010 at 9:39am — 5 Comments


We heard him say it with our own ears -- My name is not on the ballot, but my agenda is. In all his speeches, across the fruited plain, for over two years, before a cherry-picked adoring audience, it's always about him. "My name may not be on the ballot, but our agenda for moving forward is on the ballot, and I need everybody to turn out," Obama said Tuesday afternoon during an appearance on the Rev. Al Sharpton's radio show. Is he saying this election is a referendum on him? Sounds…


Added by Daezy on October 27, 2010 at 4:34pm — 8 Comments

Honor and Morals.

Terry and I have been having a discussion based on how do we elect moral men? Why should someone vote for the lesser of two evils? What are morals and honor? How do they tie together and how do they separate? I think that much has been said and I see some problems with perception, not unusual in it’s self but worthy of a separate posting. The perception is “Acts of Morality”…


Added by Hugh Akston on October 27, 2010 at 4:00am — 2 Comments

Listen for the Logic

… but you won’t hear it.

As the campaign season draws to a close I think it’s safe to say there is a definite uptick in negative campaigning. Negative campaigning is a nice way of saying it. There is definitely an uptick of outright lying and crazy claims be hurled about. Recently I have heard the incumbent governor from Illinois say that his Republican challenger wants to kill dogs. He has not objected to public officials that support him from saying that the Republican wants…


Added by Ron Brzoska on October 26, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments


Beware the rabid dog. Liberals are licking their wounds, and in recent rallies, Obama has sounded desperate, fatigued, and completely out of sorts. In a recent statement, he was at his race-baiting best and played the Rosa Parks card. Claiming that he had pulled America out of the ditch the Republicans had made, he said:

"We can't have special interests sitting shotgun. We gotta have middle class families up in front. We don't mind the Republicans joining us. They can come for…


Added by Daezy on October 26, 2010 at 2:15pm — 2 Comments

The Lamb And the Pig: A Tale of Two Politicians.

The Farmer was going to the fair so he picked his best lamb and his biggest pig to go to the fair. He cleaned them both up, brushed them, and taught them to pose for the judges. He was very careful what he fed them and quickly cleaned up any mess that they made.

When the day…


Added by Hugh Akston on October 25, 2010 at 4:00am — 1 Comment

Incredible Video: Breaking Point

Breaking Point is a documentary that exposes the anti-American agenda being pursued by the Democrats in power. Part I Explores the motivation behind the Tea Party and reveals the true cause of the housing crisis that propelled Obama into office.…


Added by Jodi180 on October 24, 2010 at 11:01am — No Comments

Where Have All the Chuck Berrys Gone?

"We have an Irish problem here." An oft quoted phrase among Americans who saw the Irish as a denigrate. However, they kept coming to America and gathered in large hovels. The Democrats saw this as an opportunity to take advantage of the huge Irish populations to garnish control of the American electorate. Early 19th Century politics in the New England States was a Irish-controlled culture which used the Catholic church as a springboard in which to launch a 'new progressivism'.

There… Continue

Added by Terry on October 24, 2010 at 10:56am — 1 Comment

A Tune-Up Before the Election

Last night I had the pleasure of attending the October Du Page Tea Party meeting. The crowd was about the same as last time, but it may have been a little less. I personally knew of a few that had prior commitments and could not be there, my wife included. I’m glad that I was able to get out of the office and make it there because I believe this meeting has topped them all thus far.

There were many veterans in the crowd. One brought the flag to the front of the room and led us…


Added by Ron Brzoska on October 22, 2010 at 8:38pm — No Comments

"The Law" should know the Law


I am a film maker now. Stinkin actors are a real hassle.

Added by Walt Holton on October 22, 2010 at 3:05pm — No Comments

The Law by Fredric Bastiat

The law perverted! The law—and, in its wake, all

the collective forces of the nation—the law, I say,…


Added by Walt Holton on October 21, 2010 at 1:23pm — 2 Comments

No Lame Duck -PDF Flier for your use

Hi Members,

I am pretty sure these scumbags have some plan up there sleeve- this could be one of them!

Lets let them know we are watching! We see what they are doing! We the people are coming!

So here is a little PDF you can print and send or fax- fax is great! or just type it in and email it!

Please spread it around!…


Added by Suzie Nielsen on October 20, 2010 at 9:44pm — No Comments

Am I greedy?

Why is it greedy for me to want to keep money I earned; but it is not greedy for you to take money I earned?

Definition of GREED…


Added by Hugh Akston on October 20, 2010 at 4:00am — 5 Comments


In elementary school, our teacher screened a little known Cary Grant film "The Howards of Virginia". Now you might ask, why would a teacher be showing a Cary Grant film during school hours? Well, we were studying American Colonialism (you know, Obama's favorite 'hate America' topic), back in the day when American History was still taught in schools with great detail. It was a film [and subject] I never forgot, and still hold near to my heart today.…


Added by Daezy on October 19, 2010 at 6:21pm — 2 Comments

Meet this weeks Featured Blog Author "Daezy"

Meet DAEZY Our First in the weekly Featured Blog Authors

Not revealing how long ago, I was born --- in New York City. My father

was a character actor on Broadway, and my mother (daughter of artist,

James Montgomery Flagg, creator of Uncle Sam’s ‘I Want You’) was in the

New York company of Gilbert & Sullivan. I spent my formative years

in the ‘wings’ of stage productions, and the studio of my grandfather.

Under the urging of my father’s… Continue

Added by Suzie Nielsen on October 19, 2010 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

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