It’s Happened to Bikes, Too

Written by Eric Peters on Friday, 26 July 2013. Posted in Automotive, Business

The allure of the motorcycle used to be that it was cheap to ride and easy for an independent-minded owner to maintain. Today's bikes, though, are a different story.

It’s Happened to Bikes, Too

Almost exactly ten years ago, I bought the last new bike I’ll probably ever buy. The new bikes – like new cars – just don’t do it for me.

5 Most Kid-Friendly Hotels In Spain

on Friday, 26 July 2013. Posted in Travel & Leisure, LifeStyle

Spain is a nation of incredible beauty, culture and historical significance, making it a great place to take a family vacation.

5 Most Kid-Friendly Hotels In Spain

International travel and exposure to other cultures will open new vistas on the world for your children, and Spain is the perfect place for them to start this great adventure. Every stop along the way will provide cultural, intellectual, and social growth opportunities that will transform their lives. But it’s also a good idea to make sure that they have time to simply enjoy themselves and just be kids. What better way to achieve this goal than to seek lodging in a hotel that has lots of kid-friendly options?

Sen. Paul Issues Response to FBI Correspondence on Drones

on Friday, 26 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Letter From Congress

Sen. Paul: "I ask that you provide me the Bureau's definition of when an individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy."

Sen. Paul Issues Response to FBI Correspondence on Drones

By the office of Senator Rand Paul

Sen. Rand Paul today[July 25, 2013] issued a follow-up letter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding his concern over the use of FBI surveillance drones on U.S. soil.

Is Obama Committing Treason?

Written by Alan Caruba on Thursday, 25 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

Obama's plans to fight the fake scourge of climate change and his efforts to end the use of coal as a fuel will continue to derail economic growth. And this will continue to drive down his popularity.

Is Obama Committing Treason?

I have been trying to remember a president that someone did not want to impeach. An effort was made to impeach Andrew Johnson but failed by one vote. Nixon resigned when he was informed that he would face impeachment for the Watergate scandal. Bill Clinton faced impeachment, but even Republicans did not want to vote for it, fearing the blowback and the prospect that Al Gore, his Vice President, would replace him.

The Gay Card: Advancing Sodomy With a Flourish of Fabulous, Baby!

Written by John Kirkwood on Thursday, 25 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, John Kirkwood

America used to be hallowed ground. With our culture, our institutions and two generations of sheeple becoming hostile to all things sacred, she has become a battleground. And it seems that most Christians are content to watch from the playground.

The Gay Card: Advancing Sodomy With a Flourish of Fabulous, Baby!

Rachel Jeantel, the bumbling simpleton-witness from the Zimmerman trial, was on with Piers Morgan this week and she implied that Trayvon thought that George, the “creepy ass cracka,” might be a gay rapist.  How uncomfortable for the overly zealous rainbow warrior, Piers? Awkward!

Obama’s Dangerous Racial Hang-ups

Written by Selwyn Duke on Thursday, 25 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Selwyn Duke

Is profiling bad? When a woman looks suspiciously at the man walking behind her, has she made a moral error in judging him a threat? Could it be that everyone does it and that it's normal? Selwyn Duke interrogates the conceit that profiling is always bad.

Obama’s Dangerous Racial Hang-ups

When Barack Obama said that if he had a son, “he’d look like Trayvon,” it perhaps didn’t say much for him as a parent. And when the president now says that Martin could have been him “35 years ago,” it doesn’t say much for him as a youth. Of course, we know that Choom Gang Obama smoked marijuana like Martin. I wonder, though, did he miss 53 out of 90 days of school and get suspended 3 times during that period? Was he caught with ladies jewelry, a “burglary tool” and drug paraphernalia in school? Did he enjoy fighting and, when a girlfriend implored him to beat his sword into ploughshares, say that he was going to fight another boy again because “he didn’t bleed enough for me”? Most significantly, would Obama have attacked George Zimmerman, broken his nose and pounded his head against the pavement? It seems the president is implying he was a thug.

Test Drive: 2014 Ford Focus ST

Written by Eric Peters on Thursday, 25 July 2013. Posted in Automotive, Business

Ford's monstrous Focus ST brings a lot of performance potential to the street. Sadly, with MyKey included it buckles in a significant bit of Big Brother into the mix.

Test Drive: 2014 Ford Focus ST

Back in 1987, my souped-up ’78 V-8 Camaro almost got smoked by a four-cylinder Dodge Omni. Only it wasn’t just an Omni.

Gardner to Holder: Do Not Create a Duty to Live in Fear

on Thursday, 25 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Letter From Congress

Rep Gardner:"Questioning principles like self-defense will not go unnoticed. It is my sincere hope that the Department of Justice does not intend to circumvent Congress and move forward with administration action that undermines self-defense protections."

Gardner to Holder: Do Not Create a Duty to Live in Fear

By the Congressman Cory Gardner

Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) sent a letter today[July 23, 2013] to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder asking him to clarify recent comments attacking “Stand Your Ground Laws.”

Carrying the Water for the Progressive Agenda - Part 2

Written by Lynn Atherton-Bloxham on Wednesday, 24 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Lynn Atherton-Bloxham

Partisans of the total state have long sought to foist a national ID on the American people. They partially succeeded with Social Security. Now, backed by so-called conservatives, they are about to shackle Americans with E-Verify.

Carrying the Water for the Progressive Agenda - Part 2

Many years ago, conservatives were opposed to the very idea of a National Identification Number. Supporters of a National I.D. were those “Progressives” on the extreme; the hard line statists who wanted an ever larger government to control and direct all personal and economic activities.

Why Don't Conservatives See Eye to Eye With Moderates?

Written by Donald Hank on Wednesday, 24 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Donald Hank

Times have not changed since Christ debated with the rulers of the synagogues. Today's elites are the true spiritual heirs of his antagonists.

Why Don't Conservatives See Eye to Eye With Moderates?

For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.   Ephesians 6:12

The Economy? It Must be the GOP's Fault, Right?

Written by Alan Caruba on Wednesday, 24 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

President Obama is going to hit his perpetual campaign trail to tell Americans that the economy is turning around, is gaining momentum, and that his policies of the first four years have worked. Too bad it's just a fairy tale.

The Economy? It Must be the GOP's Fault, Right?

Oh goody, the President is about to launch another series of speeches to address the economic stagnation for which he is to blame. Just what we all need—another speech. He is going to blame Republicans for the failure of his economic policies and he is going to do it because it works. We know it works because his approval rating continues to hover around 47 percent, but dipped to 41 percent in a recent poll.

Total Recall: Why Recall Elections are a Must

Written by Selwyn Duke on Wednesday, 24 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Selwyn Duke

If politicians knew that breaking an election promise or stabbing good Americans in the back would result in an immediate recall effort, they’d be more likely to mind their p’s and q’s.

Total Recall: Why Recall Elections are a Must

Should recall elections be reserved only for politicians who break the law? Columnist Rick Moran thinks so. Opining on an impending recall election in Colorado, he writes:

The All-seeing Eye of Government Tracks Citizen Movement Through License Plate Surveillance

on Wednesday, 24 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Letter From Congress

Rep. Poe: "Unbeknown to Americans, government technology records our movement from the time we get in our car in the morning to every place we stop during the day, to the time we drive home. Plus, this data can be stored indefinitely."

The All-seeing Eye of Government Tracks Citizen Movement Through License Plate Surveillance

By Congressman Ted Poe

Mr. Speaker, government agencies have been keeping track of Americans' whereabouts by amassing databases of millions of our license plates by using license plate scanners. The information captures data on movements of innocent American citizens going about their daily lives. 

Blocking Walmart From Washington, D.C., Would Hurt Poor

Written by Star Parker on Tuesday, 23 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Star Parker

Politicians would rather have no new jobs at $12.50 per hour than 900 new jobs at $10 per hour.

Blocking Walmart From Washington, D.C., Would Hurt Poor

Why, when capitalism has created wealth and eradicated poverty, do left-wing politicians hate it so much? After all, it's supposed to be the left that cares about the poor.

Throw Your Plate Away Day

Written by Eric Peters on Tuesday, 23 July 2013. Posted in Opinion, Eric Peters

License plates are quite literally on the technological cusp of becoming the functional equivalent of electronic ankle bracelets worn by felons. And the purpose is exactly the same: To monitor and control.

Throw Your Plate Away Day

It’s too bad – for cows – that they don’t have opposable thumbs. If they did, they could do something about those tags that farmers put in their ears.

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