Sunday, February 28, 2010

State takes custody of 7-year-old over homeschooling

Social workers have been visiting a Swedish couple whose son was "abducted" by government agents last year because he was being homeschooled, but that's not necessarily a good sign, and now two major rights organizations are exploring options to reunite the family.

Read more on World Net Daily: Find out the latest right now on

I haven't read the above yet, but will always pass along stories regarding homeschooling. Between the school unions hold on money / power and the government's desire to control / brain wash, homeschoolers are continually under attack.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Prez polls... House value poll...

Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows that 22% of the nation's voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Forty-three percent (43%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -21.

25% Expect Their Home To Lose Value Over Next Year
Homeowners continue to express little confidence in the short-term prospects for the U.S. housing market, but most still have more hope for five years down the road.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Ethics report: Trip planners coordinated with Rangel's office

Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) asked the ethics committee in 2006 whether he could solicit corporations to pick up costs for a Caribbean business conference he and other members of Congress have attended for years, according to the House investigative committee s report on the matter.
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Reconciliation - Why Should the Democrats Stop With Healthcare?

After watching yesterday's "Healthcare Summit" I am more convinced than ever that it was Kabuki Theater at its finest. It was a political maneuver by Obama and clan to attempt to make a reconciliation vote more palatable to the masses.

It's coming. The Democrats are going to use reconciliation*.

I believe they'll toss in a few token changes for the Republicans so they can say "see, we really, really tried", then use reconciliation to pass the worst pile of poop ever proposed by a Congressional body.

However, mixing a bit of bad perfume into dog poop doesn't stop it from being poop. It just stinks worse. The current so-called Healthcare bill is nothing but a hodgepodge of special interest bad smelling excrement that is going to completely ruin our health care system.

I won't belabor all the fine points that have been smacked around by many since this became an issue... and still a top priority by Obama's administration instead of job care I might mention.

As I was walking this morning it struck me that this is bigger than health care, bigger than a government take-over of yet another aspect of our lives.

Once the Democrats step over the line and do something this huge, this monumentally life-changing for all Americans, what's to stop them from doing it again?

Yes, I know we'll boot them out in November, but they'll still be able to ram through any and everything they want before they walk out the door during the shift change in January 2011.

If they use reconciliation on Healthcare, why not use it to push through Cap & Tax? Immigration? Any other bill Obama, Pelosi and /or Reid want?

Who's to say they won't make changes to skew the elections in November?

Once they use reconciliation for something like healthcare, what are the chances that they'll have a desire to play ball at all? They can just take the ball and roll it any way they want it once they take total control by eliminating our two party system.

And yes, that's exactly what they'll be doing if they use reconciliation to push through the President's health take over plan. We will have a dictatorship of sorts.

If you're watching all the little things they're tweaking and all the major things they're changing, our country is not going to be anything like our founding fathers envisioned when they fought for our independence and freedoms.

We need to make a concerted effort to stop the Democrats and the President from stepping over the reconciliation line. This isn't a "party" issue, this is an across-the-board American issue. Stop them before the power goes to their heads. OK, OK, I hear you, we know they're already high on power. Stop them. Write, call, poke your neighbors, your friends. It's going to take more than petitions, it's going to take action. And no, I don't mean violence or any kind of altercation. I mean getting off our butts and going to town hall meetings. Getting so many people involved they can't ignore us.

I think we've made an error of sorts by concentrating on the politicians. We need to place similar efforts on the media. We need to rally in front of the media outlets. We need to let them know we want fair coverage. We want them to report our angst, our concerns. Carry signs that target politicians and views. Same things we've been doing with our Tea Party / 912 efforts, just meet in front of TV and radio stations rather than at the state capitol. We know they're kind of lazy about coverage, this way all they'll have to do is poke a camera outside the door .

Regarding the Democrats push to say to the country, and the Republicans, "you did it" therefore there's nothing wrong with us doing it, too: One wrong doesn't cancel out another. I've heard and read the arguments on both sides and I can't say I'm happy with either group. One thing I'd like to suggest to my fellow Tea Party / 912-ers is that we ask those running for office to pledge to tighten the language regarding the use of reconciliation.

Stop reconciliation. We can pull back on health care once we change who's in Washington with any luck. However, if we don't stop the Democrats from using the reconciliation tactic we may lose the entire war.

*From Wikipedia: Reconciliation is a legislative process in the United States Senate intended to allow consideration of a contentious budget bill without the threat of filibuster. Introduced in 1974, reconciliation limits debate and amendment, and therefore favors the majority party. Reconciliation also exists in the United States House of Representatives, but because the House regularly passes rules that constrain debate and amendment, the process has had a less significant impact on that body.

A reconciliation instruction (Budget Reconciliation) is a provision in a budget resolution directing one or more committees to submit legislation changing existing law in order to bring spending, revenues, or the debt-limit into conformity with the budget resolution. The instructions specify the committees to which they apply, indicate the appropriate dollar changes to be achieved, and usually provide a deadline by which the legislation is to be reported or submitted.[1]

A reconciliation bill is one containing changes in law recommended pursuant to reconciliation instructions in a budget resolution. If the instructions pertain to only one committee in a chamber, that committee reports the reconciliation bill. If the instructions pertain to more than one committee, the House Budget Committee reports an omnibus reconciliation bill, but it may not make substantive changes in the recommendations of the other committees.[2]

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Black Caucus throws roadblock in front of $15 billion job-creation bill

Congressional Black Caucus members are dismissing a $15 billion jobs bill as inadequate, forcing House leaders to rethink their plan to vote on the measure Friday.

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(should have looked @ my entire in-box b'4 posting last... oh well, 2 different subjects ;-)

Panel finds Rangel broke ethics rules

In a hastily arranged press conference Thursday night, Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) confirmed that the House ethics committee found that he violated House gift rules by accepting reimbursement for travel on 2007 and 2008 trips to the Caribbean.
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Obama Readies a Fallback Health-Care Proposal

President Barack Obama will use a bipartisan summit Thursday to push for sweeping health-care legislation, but if that fails to generate enough support the White House has prepared the outlines of a more modest plan.

His leading alternate approach would provide health insurance to perhaps 15 million Americans, about half what the comprehensive bill would cover, according to two people familiar with the planning.


Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Special Action Alert

Join the Virtual March on DC For or Against Heath Care Today


There is an unprecedented coalition of the largest progressive organizations in the nation, including MoveOn, HCAN, DFA, Progressive Congress and SEIU--with others expected to join imminently are planning to do to get Obamacare passed.

Click here,-HCAN,-SEIU-join-us-for-massive-Feb.-24th-1,000,000-Voices-for-HCR-mobilization to see the entire plan and what, specifically, they will be demanding, i.e. 1,000,000 Voices Virtual March on Washington

TMU believes all sides should be heard: If you are one of the Americans Against OBAMACARE - today is the day you TOO must speak up!

You must make YOUR voices heard....LOUDER! Use EVERY Communication method you can (Phone, Email, Fax etc) NOW- 2/24 to tell Congress how you feel about OBAMACARE!

Tell congress what you want - your voice counts as much as MoveOn, HCAN, DFA, Progressive Congress and SEIU and every other special interest out there. be heard today! Do what they do the way they do it - don't be left behind and wonder how they get heard!

(rec'd via Free-us-Now)

White House Health Proposal Claims

Myth vs. Fact: Setting the Record Straight

The White House has made numerous claims about its latest health care proposal, which is largely based on the Senate Democrats’ health care bill. Those assertions, however, are contradicted by the analysis of that legislation by the non-partisan and independent Congressional Budget Office, Joint Committee on Taxation and the Office of the Actuary at the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Below is a list of some of the major myths being spread by the White House:

Myth #1: Insurances premiums will decrease

White House says:

“You will likely pay less---perhaps much less. If you buy coverage like you have today on your own, premiums are expected to drop by 14 to 20 percent. If you get coverage through your job, premiums could decline by up to 3 percent.”

But the facts say:

“CBO and JCT estimate that the average premium per person covered (including dependents) for new nongroup policies would be about 10 percent to 13 percent higher in 2016 than the average premium for nongroup coverage in that same year under current law.”

Myth #2: If you like the coverage you have, you can keep it

White House says:

“Nothing in the health reform bill will require you to change your coverage.”
“The legislation will not cause you to change the coverage you have at work today.”

But the facts say:

“Between 8 million and 9 million other people who would be covered by an employment-based plan under current law would not have an offer of such coverage under the proposal.”

Myth #3: Seniors’ Medicare benefits are protected

White House says:

“Your guaranteed Medicare benefits will not be cut.”
“Health insurance reform will not affect the choice of doctors you have today and it won’t affect your relationship with your doctor.”

But the facts say:

According to the Obama Administration’s own Medicare actuaries, the one-half trillion dollars in Medicare cuts “would cause Medicare payment rates to grow more slowly than…the providers’ cost of furnishing services to beneficiaries. Thus, providers…could find it difficult to remain profitable and might end their participation in the program (possibly jeopardizing access to care for beneficiaries).”

Myth #4: Many small businesses will receive tax breaks

White House says:

“Third, many small businesses will be able to get a tax credit to help cover the cost of the coverage they offer.”
“Your business taxes will not go up. Instead, you may be eligible for new tax credits to help offset the cost of covering your employees.”

But the facts say:

After increasing taxes by almost one half trillion for millions of Americans and small businesses, CBO predicts “A relatively small share (about 12 percent) of people with coverage in the small group market would benefit from that credit in 2016”

Myth #5: Health spending is capped for every American

White House says:

"And for the first time, no one will be required to pay more than a set percentage of their income on health care coverage.”
“For the first time in history, there will be limits on how much anyone will have to pay to receive health care coverage.”

But the facts say:

Only subsidy-eligible individuals would have their premiums and cost-sharing capped as a percentage of income. According to CBO, 90% of Americans would not be eligible for subsidies in 2016 and will not have limits on how much they will have to pay to receive health care coverage.

Myth #6: Those without access to employer-provided health coverage will get tax credits to purchase coverage on their own

White House says:

“Employees at small businesses that don’t offer coverage can get tax credits to purchase coverage.”

But the facts say:

CBO says that a little more than half the individuals purchasing health insurance on their own will be eligible for these subsidies in 2016.

Myth #7: Tens of millions of Americans will receive a tax credit to purchase health care

White House says:

“And depending upon your income, you may be among the tens of millions of Americans who will get a tax credit to help pay for your coverage.”

But the facts say:

According to CBO, less than 15 million of the 254 million people with health coverage in 2016 would be eligible for a subsidy.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

GA Secretary of State Kemp Announces Intent to File Suit against Obama Justice Department

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced today that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has again failed to administratively preclear the State of Georgia’s submission of its voter verification process. As a result, the State will exercise its right to seek preclearance of the voter verification process by bringing an action for a declaratory judgment in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act requires certain states and jurisdictions, including Georgia, to obtain permission from the federal government prior to enforcing any change affecting any practice or procedure with respect to voting. The State may seek such "preclearance" of a change affecting voting by filing suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia or by submitting the change to the DOJ.

“The State of Georgia will no longer watch the Obama Justice Department play politics with our election processes and protections. The Justice Department is denying Georgia’s legal requirement to verify the information provided by new voter registration applicants,” said Secretary Kemp.

Georgia implemented the voter verification process in April 2007 at the direction of the DOJ in order to comply with requirements in the federal Help America Vote Act (HAVA). However, since the 2008 Presidential election, the Justice Department has twice prevented further use of the process.

Given the DOJ’s actions with respect to Georgia's implementation of the voter verification process, Secretary Kemp will ask Attorney General Thurbert Baker to bring a similar declaratory judgment action for preclearance of Senate Bill 86, signed into law in May 2009. Senate Bill 86 requires those registering to vote to submit one of several forms of proof of United States citizenship with their application. Applicants may use a driver’s license number, birth certificate, U.S. passport, U.S. naturalization documents or alien registration number, Bureau of Indian Affairs card as well as other documents.

Secretary Kemp added, “The voter verification process and Senate Bill 86 are common sense measures to ensure voter registration applicants are who they say they are, and that applicants are U.S. citizens.”

Senate Bill 86 was modeled after a similar law in Arizona, which has already received Section 5 preclearance.

Secretary Kemp has asked Attorney General Thurbert Baker to appoint a Special Assistant Attorney General to represent the State in the legal proceedings.


The voter verification process checks five criteria provided by first time applicants by mail who do not provide identification with the application with information in the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) database or the Social Security Administration database. These criteria include first name, last name, date of birth, driver’s license number and the last four digits of the applicant’s Social Security number. Additionally, if the applicant previously reported to DDS that he or she is not a U.S. citizen, that person is asked by their county registrar to provide proof of citizenship.

Brian Kemp was sworn in as Secretary of State in January 2010. Among the office’s wide-ranging responsibilities, the Secretary of State is charged with conducting efficient and secure elections, the registration of corporations, and the regulation of securities and professional license holders. The office also oversees the Georgia Archives and the Capitol Museum.

Comp of Obama plan vs GOP plan?

Anyone know of a site where they've compared the ObamaKillBill to GOP health care proposal?

Monday, February 22, 2010

Dem Rep scoffs / laughs at saying Pledge at SEIU Meeting

Saw this early today, been gone so didn't get to post it. May have already made all the rounds, but just in case someone missed it, passing along! Rep. Xavier Becerra (D – CA) at SEIU meeting.

Obama’s Envoy to Islamic Bloc Admits Controversial Statements About Supporter of Terror Group

( – President Obama’s envoy to the Islamic bloc acknowledged Friday that he was accurately quoted in 2004 as calling the treatment of activist Sami al-Arian, then facing trial for supporting a Palestinian terrorist group, an example of “politically motivated persecutions.” “I made statements on that panel that I now recognize were ill-conceived or not well-formulated,” he said. Read the rest: Obama’s Envoy to Islamic Bloc Admits Controversial Statements About Supporter of Terror Group

President’s Health Care Outline Fails to Address Concerns of American People

Camp, Herger Call for Starting Over with Focus on Lowering Costs

Ways and Means Ranking Member Dave Camp (R-MI) and Health Subcommittee Ranking Member Wally Herger (R-CA) issued the following statements following the White House’s posting of their outline of the latest version of a $1 trillion government takeover of health care:

Rep. Camp said, “The President told the American people we would see the details of his health care bill, but instead we are just seeing the tip of this iceberg that will sink our economy and wreck the health insurance millions of Americans have and like. This is not a serious attempt to address the concerns the American people have expressed about the Democrats’ bills and does not truly include important policy changes Republicans have been pushing to address them, like ending junk lawsuits that drive up health care costs. Even as the details are still being worked out by Democrats and special interests behind closed doors, it is clear this bill, like the Democrat bills that passed the House and Senate is another massive, government takeover of health care that will increase the cost of health insurance, explode the deficit, and slash Medicare benefits. There is still time to wipe the slate clean and start over on a set of common sense reforms that will lower health care costs. I hope the President and Democrats in Congress will agree to do so before Thursday’s summit. That is what the American people want and what Republicans have offered and will continue to work for.”

Rep. Herger added, “I’m disappointed that the President is continuing to ignore that the American people have fundamentally rejected this bill. His proposal is more of the same government intrusion and high taxes that have been the dominant themes of his health care plan since day one. By staying the course toward government-run health care, the President is demonstrating that the upcoming health care summit and his rhetoric about working with Republicans to find solutions is purely for show. It’s time to start over and allow the public to have a seat at the table.”

Obama scares the crud out of me...

You'd think that Obama's plan to take over health care (and run it as efficiently as the IRS or Postal system...) was enough to scare the you-know-what out of me...

Add that to TARP, Stimulus Sr., and son of Stimulus yet to come, Cap & Tax, infiltrating our schools to further brainwash our children with climate change, my mommy is a daddy, let me take your pencils and give them to needy kids, etc., etc., (the list is long). and our current day Obamian world has the makings of "1984" on steroids.

Now they're thinking about taking our pensions, our IRAs, our 401k plans...

Ya know folks, you better shake your neighbors, get them to look beyond taking the kiddies to school or growing that beautiful garden. If this guy and his minions have their way, we are going to be someday living in a world where the government controls everything right down to what we're allowed to grow in our tiny gov't-issued plot.

Are the Democrats Coming After Your Savings?

Beginning around 40 years ago, the federal government implemented one of the wisest domestic policy initiatives of modern times. In an effort to equalize the tax treatment of employees and self-employed individuals, a series of statutes permitted self-employed persons to save pre-tax money for retirement and to accumulate funds in retirement accounts that are not taxed until money is withdrawn post-retirement. Those programs have been broadened over the years to include employees, as well as the self-employed, in 401K accounts....

...Now, the Democrats may be poised to imitate Argentina's theft. Investor's Business Daily reports:

You did the responsible thing. You saved in your IRA or 401(k) to support your retirement, when you could have spent that money on another vacation, or an upscale car, or fancier clothes and jewelry. But now Washington is developing plans for your retirement savings.

BusinessWeek reports that the Treasury and Labor departments are asking for public comment on "the conversion of 401(k) savings and Individual Retirement Accounts into annuities or other steady payment streams."

In plain English, the idea is for the government to take your retirement savings in return for a promise to pay you some monthly benefit in your retirement years.

They will tell you that you are "investing" your money in U.S. Treasury bonds. But they will use your money immediately to pay for their unprecedented trillion-dollar budget deficits, leaving nothing to back up their political promises, just as they have raided the Social Security trust funds.

In other words, the government will allow you the "opportunity" to give Washington your savings, in return for which the government will give you unmarketable T-bills or other unreliable promises to pay some minimal rate of return...

Obama Health Care Plan


Obama selects a voice of radical Islam

Examiner Editorial
"Hussain has a long history of participating in activities connected with the Muslim Brotherhood, a major organizational and theological wellspring for radical Jihadists who seek to impose Shariah law on America and the rest of the world."

click to read: Obama selects a voice of radical Islam

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Mark Tapscott - ACORN funder confirmed to head Corporation for National and Community Service

Democrats just can't stay away from ACORN. Even as scandal piles on top of scandal, they continue to embrace the organization. The latest is that the Senate just confirmed Patrick Corvington as chief executive of the Corporation for National and Community Service. Click link to read article: Mark Tapscott - ACORN funder confirmed to head Corporation for National and Community Service

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Michele Bachmann: Congress Will Implement "Trick" to Pass Health Care Reform

Well, so much for a bipartisan strategy session on health care. Despite calls from the White House about bringing Republicans to the table to get their ideas into the debate, it looks like Democrats have already decided on a plan to pass their original legislation. Legislation Americans have soundly rejected from coast to coast.

Speaking at the National Health Policy Conference hosted by Academy Health and Health Affairs, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's senior health care adviser Wendell Primus said that Democratic leaders in Congress will implement a legislative "trick" to pass their very unpopular version of health care reform.

Mark Tapscott with the Washington Examiner writes that Congress Daily, which originally published the story, is a subscription-only publication, but provided a link to, which provided these details:

"In comments reported by Congress Daily, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s top health care aide Wendell Primus admitted top Democrats have already decided on the strategy to pass the Senate's pro-abortion, government-run health care bill.

"Primus explained that the Senate will use the controversial reconciliation strategy that will have the House approve the Senate bill and both the House and Senate okaying changes to the bill that the Senate will sign off on by preventing Republicans from filibustering.

'The trick in all of this is that the president would have to sign the Senate bill first, then the reconciliation bill second, and the reconciliation bill would trump the Senate bill.

“'There's a certain skill, there's a trick, but I think we'll get it done,' Primus said."

Why propose a televised, bipartisan meeting on February 25th if the underlying plan has been to pass the Democrats' original health care proposal all along? Well, it's simple. President Obama wants to give the appearance of bipartisan cooperation without really caring at all. It's one PR stunt after another with this White House, and this latest action is a clear assault on the intelligence of the American people.

The Democratic leadership of this Congress and White House simply refuses to take no for an answer when it comes to a government takeover of your health care. They simply refuse to consider any idea being proposed by me or any of my Republican colleagues. Is this the leadership you want in Washington, or more importantly, the leadership you deserve?

(via her update)

Sarah and Bristol Palin re: Fox Show, Family Guy

People are asking me to comment on yesterday’s Fox show that felt like another kick in the gut. Bristol was one who asked what I thought of the show that mocked her baby brother, Trig (and/or others with special needs), in an episode yesterday. Instead of answering, I asked her what she thought. Here is her conscientious reply, which is a much more restrained and gracious statement than I want to make about an issue that begs the question, “when is enough, enough?”:

“When you’re the son or daughter of a public figure, you have to develop thick skin. My siblings and I all have that, but insults directed at our youngest brother hurt too much for us to remain silent. People with special needs face challenges that many of us will never confront, and yet they are some of the kindest and most loving people you’ll ever meet. Their lives are difficult enough as it is, so why would anyone want to make their lives more difficult by mocking them? As a culture, shouldn’t we be more compassionate to innocent people – especially those who are less fortunate? Shouldn’t we be willing to say that some things just are not funny? Are there any limits to what some people will do or say in regards to my little brother or others in the special needs community? If the writers of a particularly pathetic cartoon show thought they were being clever in mocking my brother and my family yesterday, they failed. All they proved is that they’re heartless jerks. - Bristol Palin”

- Sarah Palin

Friday, February 12, 2010

Report: Five percent jump in lobbying expenditures last year

Oh yes, The One is going to change the atmosphere in Washington, do away with partisan politics, he's going to cut back on those nasty lobbyists... he's going to keep 'em from influencing policies... wouldn't it be fun if Obama had a Pinnochio nose? We wouldn't need that fast rail train in Florida, or anywhere, we could just get him to turn a bit in Washington & we could slide on it to wherever we wanted to go...

Lobbyists enjoyed record revenues while the rest of the country was struggling amid deep recession, according to a report out Friday.

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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Dems look to crack down on corporate political spending ahead of midterms

Democrats are hoping to fast track a set of sweeping new campaign finance regulations to prevent the Supreme Court s landmark Citizens United decision from impacting the November mid-term elections. Read more:

As if that last post from WND wasn't bad enough...

A homosexual congressman from Colorado has proposed a law critics say would give controversial federal school safety czar Kevin Jennings – a longtime homosexual-rights advocate – almost unlimited authority to mandate indoctrination in public schools at taxpayer expense.
Click here for details.

'This is as evil as it gets'

Bills pending in Congress that would nationalize health care by setting up mandatory insurance purchases and fines for not complying could penalize married couples $10,000 annually and are a direct attack on marriage, families and the church because of their discriminatory provisions, according to a congressional candidate.
Click here to read the rest of the story on WND: Find out the latest right now on

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Steve Maloney on Katherine Jenerette and Katie Hastings O'Malley

Can we defeat Obama's, Pelosi's, and Reid's radical agenda -- their mindless effort to shove our country toward national socialism and military weakness?

"Yes, we can" by getting behind charismatic, conservative leaders like Katherine Jenerette of SC and Katie Hastings O'Malley of NYC. Katherine Jenerette, mother of four, is a Republican congressional candidate from SC's 1st district; Katie Hastings O'Malley, also a mom of many, is a fine conservative writer for Human Events (and other publications) -- as well as a fundraiser for nonprofit organizations. Both women are my friends . . . and my inspirations. They're dedicated to taking our country back.

Katherine Jenerette for U.S Congress (contributions) (biography)

Katherine is running against the usual "family dynasty" candidates, one the son of Strom Thurmond and one (a guy named "Tumpy") who's the son of a former Governor. If either of these men win, one thing's guaranteed: he will go to DC and do a great imitation of Rip van Winkle. Katherine can win -- and will deliver a major wake-up call to Congress.

Katherine's a commissioned Army Officer, a paratrooper, and a college history teacher. Katie is not only a first-class writer (see below), but also a tireless advocate for military causes. How conservative are they? Very much so.

Katie (I'm not making this up) has a tattoo of Ronald Reagan on her back. That's conservative indeed.

Katherine essentially wants to go to Washington with a giant "STOP" sign to hold in front of Obama and Pelosi.

Katherine is running against men who are the darlings of special interest groups. She's conducting a powerful grassroots campaign based heavily on support from the Tea Party groups and other activists. Can she win? If American patriots -- that is, people just like us -- give her their support, including financial backing, she will win, and that will mean our America wins. Her motto is "This House [the one in DC] is your House."

I know Katherine well, and she means exactly what she says.

She needs your support. And I deeply believe she deserves it. She's been called "a Southern Sarah Palin" and "a female version of Scott Brown."

Katie Hastings O'Malley, with her Reagan tattoo, might add that Katherine has Reagan-like qualities, including a deep love of her country and the traditional values our former President embodied.

Please do two things: contribute to Katherine's campaign . . . and familiarize yourself with Katie O'Malley's writing.

You can donate by clicking on the following: Katherine Jenerette for U.S Congress After you contribute (and any amount you can afford will be just fine), please "get to know" Katie O'Malley by going to her report on the Tea Party Convention, which also contains several links to other fine articles she's written.

Who’s Partying in Nashville? - HUMAN EVENTS

The following are two short excerpts from Katie O'Malley's piece on the Tea Party get-together in Nashville: ["Tea Party Convention Planner] Judson Phillips ceded the stage to Andrew Breitbart of Breitbart addressed the media directly. “The same Mainstream Media that talks about McCarthyism practices the most virulent form. We are creating our own media.” "Activists have taken the leadership and ideas promoted at the convention to heart. Kelly, from upstate New York, spent time on the phone with folks back home. 'There are three hundred elderly women back home, women who voted for Obama, who are watching the coverage on CSPAN. They want me to come back home and share with them what I have learned here and they want to then take that to the rest of the people in their community.'"

Who’s Partying in Nashville? - HUMAN EVENTS

Get to know these two remarkable women.

If we all work together, as we did with Scott Brown, we will win together.

God bless all of you.
Steve Maloney

(Me: Many of you know Steve, he's a fantastic person and someone every patriot should look up & friend. Love his emails, love his insights and have his permission to share with you guys.)

Twitter & Facebook friends:

Just a warning that I'm going to be moving some more blogs to new twitterfeed. Twitterfeed will go back & post the last couple of headlines, even though they may be months old. Please take a look at the dates of links posted on Facebook or Twitter over the next hour to be sure they're current before sharing. Sorry, don't know another way to do this one.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

GA: Southern Crescent Tea Party Patriots Meeting

Topic: Democrats May Be Banking on Different Health Care Strategy
SCTPP Meeting February 11th 7:00 PM

February 11th 7:00 - 8:15 p.m.
J Christophers Restaurant
Commerce Dr. (Westpark Shopping Center)
Peachtree City GA (intesection of Hwy 54 & 74

Speakers : State Representative Matt Ramsey & Mr. Ron Bachman a Sr. Fellow at Newt Gingrich's Center for Health Transformation .

Mr. Bachman will discuss the current Health Care Bill and how Congress may have the opportunity to pass the Senate Bill before end of 2010 and what it means for all Americans.

Ron Bachman has been working on a State Healthcare Bill with State Representative Matt Ramsey that is to be introduced next week.

"Now is the time to remain vigilant" The one thing Democrats would like Americans to do is forget about health care debate and allow them to pass a bill under the cover of darkness" (Focus on the Family Action")

Friday, February 5, 2010

4 Troops - For Freedom Video

If you have a love for your country and an appreciation for your soldiers this is a tears to your eyes type song. Pre-sales on Amazon and probably other places.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Iran's Leader: Feb. 11 To Be ‘Demise’ of ‘Capitalist System’

( – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Feb. 11 would mark the demise of “the liberal capitalist system,” adding that its champion, America, was on the decline and that Iran and its Islamic Revolution were on the rise.