Regardless of your position on same-sex marriage, Obama’s decision earlier this week on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is …
While not a solution to the run-up of costs, certainly a move to ensure that we don’t continue to escalate our wartime health costs in Afghanistan and Iraq would be to simply do as the Liberals suggest and pull all the troops out of the Middle East as quickly as possible. Once complete, we simply return with a few long-range bombers and nuke the place until the entire region glows like Chernobyl. In the process we could exclaim to the world that we’re simply reducing our stockpile of nuclear weapons.
A short video created by a friend of mine, Joe Dan Gorman. A clever use of the lies, distortions and …
In the grand scheme of things, the Central Valley of California has benefitted over the past year or so in an ironic sort of way with respect to water and politics. Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh have highlighted the water issues impacting California’s Central Valley, and our own Congressman here in the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., has been eager to give voice to a region of the United States that is disappointingly ignored in both the state and US capitol buildings.
Still, companies like Ford can’t continue to turn the corner and churn profits when domestic policies and federal laws make it more costly to do business. The labor unions too have participated in this as it’s been no secret in America the cozy relationship between the unions and political leaders in Washington DC.
So why is it that government is trying to force taxpayers to foot the healthcare bill for everyone when public education is supposed to be the pathway to success and the ability to afford your own healthcare?
So what about connecting the dots in the health care debate? Isn’t that relevant and prudent BEFORE we jump head-first into a plan that will cost this nation over a trillion dollars to implement and very likely lead to the economic collapse of the United States?
The system we have right now, as imperfect as it is, can be made much better and much more efficient if government backs away from micromanaging who gets what type of care, and steps up to the plate with real change such as tort reform and allowing cross-state insurance plans.
Socialism is never an all-at-once proposition, but comes in like the fog; before you know it, it’s enveloped you and you can’t see your way out of it.