Quote of the Day

August 4, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Culture of Corruption, Politics 

“Sure, Lois Lerner was a registered Democrat who hated Republicans and hoped for a job at an Obama campaign organization, but that doesn’t prove she was political. And with all those emails gone missing, we may never know the true story, but whaddyagonnado?”
Glenn Reynolds

Quote of the Day

August 3, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Politics 

“What is ominous is the ease with which some people go from saying that they don’t like something to saying that the government should forbid it. When you go down that road, don’t expect freedom to survive very long. ”

— Thomas Sowell 

Quote of the Day

July 30, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Our Dear Leader, Politics, Romney 

“Never been a Romney fan. I actively dislike John McCain. Good grief, we’d be in so much better shape if either of them had been elected…”

Will Collier

Another look at the numbers

When you point out that the current federal debt is $17.6 Trillion and climbing, far left democrat extremists are quick to point out that the deficit is down.

Which is true, but note that they don’t point out the deficit reduction is from a peak during Obama’s reign, but up from the time he took office.

Let’s look at the actual numbers.

The current federal deficit is $572.1 billion, with a federal tax revenue of $2.9 trillion. So Barry’s handling of the federal government is to spend over a half trillion dollars than he is taking in, even with the federal tax revenue at record high levels.

So what is that $572.1 trillion dollar deficit down from?

Let’s look at the federal deficit in 2012, after several years of Barry’s firm fiscal hand. it was at $1.1 Trillion. The  federal tax income was $2.4 trillion. Do the math here kids. Our Dear Leader hasn’t reduced spending, he has jacked taxes through the roof.  The deficit is down about $400 billion, and increase in federal tax income is up $500 million.  So he has also increased federal spending instead of paying down the $17.6 trillion federal debt.

Let’s go back to 2008, near the end of two terms of President George W. Bush. The federal deficit was $408.1 Billion with a federal tax income of $2.5 trillion. Note that the deficit was in fact lower than it is currently, and that is with $400 billion less in federal tax revenue.

So when a democrat claims that the deficit is down, that person is is in fact, deliberately lying by omission. The federal deficit under Obama has gone up, despite squeezing nearly a additional half a trillion dollars out of the pockets of tax paying US citizens in an economy that can be politely described as “stagnant” at best.

Monday Book Pick: Not A Good Day to Die

July 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Monday Book Pick, US Military 

Not A Good Day to Die by Sean Naylor

This is the story of Operation Anaconda. The book covers it from its first planning stages in January 2002, through its conclusion in early March 2002. Up to this point, the war in Afghanistan had been conducted mainly by US Special Forces troops working with various Afghanistan groups and calling in US air assets. Anaconda was the first operation to involve large scale use of regular US forces. In this case elements of the 10th Mountain Division and the 101st Airborne Division. The first third of the book covers the planning and the background of the key players. This is fairly dry, but interesting and informative on why and how the fog of war effected the operation. Intelligence said that there were 200-250 Al Qaeda fighters in the intended AO.  The plan was for Afghan forces, with Special Forces ‘advisers’ to confront the enemy, with ‘escape routes’  to be blocked by Afghan forces and elements of the 10th Mountain and 101st Airborne.  The motto, ‘no plan survives contact with the enemy’ is often referenced in various forms in this book.  There were a lot more than 250 AQ fighters, estimates put it at 800 or more.  They opened up the US forces almost immediately after they got out their helicopters with small arms, heavy machine guns, mortars, and in some cases artillery.   The US forces responded with much more accurate fire and air strikes.  Lots and lots of air strikes.  From the CIA’s armed Predator drones to B-52s dropping JDAM bombs. The most effective though were the Apache helicopters, which got close enough to see the enemy and pour firepower right were it was needed.  The fighting continued much longer than expected, in areas were it wasn’t expected, from a well dug in, and well supplied enemy force.  Many of which got too see Allah personally.  A well written book about a major operation that dispelled the common notion in early 2002, that the war in Afghanistan was almost over.

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Round Up Post

Let’s start with a couple of RKBA related stories.  The city of Chicago, were over 40 people shot and four killed last weekend, has to pay the NRA nearly $1 million in legal fees.  A recent study shows that violent crime has gone down as conceal carry permits have been issued to more law abiding Americans.  This makes sense to anyone capable of rational thought and basic logic.  It makes moonbats go bat shit crazy though, since it doesn’t fit their far left extremist agenda.

Peggy Johnson, who famously said back in 2008 that if our Dear Leader was elected, she wouldn’t have to worry about paying her mortgage or putting gas in her car, has been hit with reality.

 The IRS admits that they scrubbed Lois Learner’s hard drive clean back in 2011.

A federal judge has tossed out a Obama administration request to have law suits against the IRS dropped.  Legal action by nearly a dozen Tea Party groups targeted by the IRS can go forward.  Expect more hard drive “crashes”.

Round Up Post

July 22, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Our Dear Leader, Politics, RKBA 

First, let’s take a look at our Dear Leader’s former city of residence, Chicago.  This is where he made his mark as a “community organizer”, found religion at Rev. Wright’s weekly sermons laced with hate speech, became a state senator, met and married his beard, and where the two daughters were born.  In that tribute to over fifty years of straight democrat reign, more than 40 people were shot last weekend.  That included four dead. One of which was an eleven year old girl at sleep over.  In case you didn’t know this fact already, Chicago has some of the strictest “gun control” laws in the country.  This illustrates why they are more accurately called “victim disarmament” laws.

We have learned that congressional subpoenas cause IRS hard drives to crash. The IRS’ refusal to supply information under subpoena has gotten so blatant, that even Lanny Davis, former Clinton spokes weasel, says it is time for special prosecutor.  The count of IRS hard drives that crashed due to subpoena as seven.  It just almost tripled.

It should not be a surprise to anyone paying attention, but the Obama White House knew of the upcoming flood of illegal aliens crossing the boarder well in advance.  They didn’t do anything to avoid it. Remember their motto, “Never let a crisis go to waste.”

Another Clinton spokes weasel, David Axelrod, made tweet that pointed out the Mitt Romney as right, and Barry was, once again, completely and utterly wrong.

Monday Book Pick: Sunset of the Gods

Sunset of the Gods by Steve White

Jason Thanou is back (26 Aug 2013 Book Pick) and things are getting even weirder in his trips to the past. He finds out that there are worse things than finding that the anicent Greek Gods were aliens mucking with human development. At least they were slowing dying out. One a mission to observe, from a lot closer viewpoint than he planned, the battle of Marathon, things go pear shaped right quick when he runs into Pan!

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Quote of the Day

July 19, 2014 by · 1 Comment
Filed under: Our Dear Leader, Politics 

“The only way Putin is in danger from Obama, is if Putin is blocking the door to a fundraiser Obama’s late to get to.”

Kimberly Guifoyle

Friday B-Movie Pick: The Octagon

July 18, 2014 by · 1 Comment
Filed under: Martial Arts, Movies 

The Octagon

Going way, way, back to 1980 for this Chuck Norris classic. In this movie, he takes on his brother, played by Tadashi Yamshita (OK, one of them was clearly adopted), who went over to the “Dark Side” and set up a Ninja training camp for mercenaries. Norris, who is busy training for his next big fight, doesn’t want to get involved, but does anyway. Many the Ninja fall to his deadly, Ninjia killing inside crescent kicks. Of course there is the big brother on brother fight to the death, and plenty of gun fu as well.

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