Okay, I’ll buy that. But note this tidbit:
Eleanor Roosevelt was named the greatest first lady of the United States in a survey of historians released on Saturday, while Michelle Obama, in fifth place, edged out Hillary Clinton in sixth.
Seriously, in what universe is Michelle Obama a good first lady? She is the epitome of the Welfare Queen. And believe me, I don’t say that without understanding its racist connotation. But look at the facts. She has the most staffers of any First Lady in history, with 24, and her extensive, outlandish vacations frequently cost taxpayers upwards of $100,000. Honestly, I half expect her to utter “Let Them Eat Cake” before leaving the White House…
I’ve been arguing this for years…
“I think Republicans will not win again in my lifetime for the presidency unless they become a new GOP, a new Republican Party,” he said, during an interview with Glenn Beck on TheBlaze that aired on Thursday, Politico reported. “And it has to be a transformation, not a little tweaking at the edges.”
So, what do you think? Is Rand Paul right? If so, what changes do you think need to be made? Or, is it a hopeless endeavor?
Don’t lose hope yet, folks. Just wait a minute…
A total of 42 per cent of Americans said that astrology is either “very scientific” or “sort of scientific”.
And just think, these people vote!
Okay, this story comes from World Net Daily. It’s one of those “news” sites you have to take with a grain of salt…
The federal government doesn’t just want the ability to track down your car; it wants to be able to track down your body as well.
Just as details are emerging about a controversial, nationwide vehicle-surveillance database, WND has learned the federal government is planning an even more invasive spy program using “physiological signatures” to track down individuals.
If true, I can’t say I’m surprised – given the government’s penchant to stick its nose where it doesn’t belong.
Okay, I admit, I love Pravda. I get a kick out of the Russian newspaper and read it often. (Relax, they have an English version.)
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree to simplify the procedure for adoption of orphans. The document was published on the website of the Cabinet.
Dmitry Medvedev also signed the decree that bans the adoption of Russian children by same-sex foreign couples.
So, what do you think, Should the United States follow suit and outright ban homosexuals from adopting children? Or, should we loosen restrictions and allow unmarried couples, including homosexuals, to adopt?