Obama’s Birth Certificate *FAKE!* 2012 Update


For those that believe he’s ineligible, you’re right.  What will happen now? And if you believe in Snopes… here it is: http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/birthers/kenyacert.asp The only other news station to run a story remotely similar was MSNBC:http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/03/01/10555166-sheriff-arpaio-obama-birth-certificate-may-be-forgery?lite Fox News, ABC News did not run a story like this. Interesting… isn’t it? Yahoo News ran a story though: http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/03/01/10555166-sheriff-arpaio-obama-birth-certificate-may-be-forgery?lite If … Continue reading

The Mayonnaise Jar Lesson


The Mayonnaise Jar Lesson When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar… and the coffee… A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him.  When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a very large … Continue reading

MeMe Generator Fun


(Note:  Images Below Are For Comedic Purposes Only.  They’re Not Representative of My Moral Fiber Because They’re Meant As Jokes.) So I’m hooked on the memegenerator.net website.  I posted a huge amount of them on Facebook.  I’m pretty sure I annoyed people at the same time I made them laugh a bit, if at all.  :P … Continue reading

Are our society’s values deteriorating?


TwoVic says: I’d say that society’s values are only changing, rather than deteriorating. Certain moral ideals have changed over time, but that does not necessarily mean that society is becoming more immoral. An obvious example of changing values would be the issue of sex before marriage. Abstinence until marriage used to be fairly popular, but … Continue reading

Lost Values


(Opinion Article) Sex. The one thing people desire most, next to money.  Welcome to the 21st century.  Great, not a bad thing to desire.  But, and yes there is always a but when it comes to sex and money, there is a fine line to draw between desiring too much and desiring what is suitable … Continue reading

My Apologies


It has come to my attention that I am a bit too straight forward in the sense that I tend to throw inappropriate insults around, directed at a select audience.  I am sorry.  You don’t deserve to be insulted.  Please do not let my mistake concern you in the sense that because I threw insults … Continue reading

Ron Paul: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly


( Warning, this post is rather lengthy. ) If you haven’t figured it out by now, you probably never will, ha ha just kidding, but I am a Ron Paul supporter.  You would think because I support him, I’m for him 100%.  That’s a misguided perception.  I actually like him more than Romney, Sanitarium (Santorum, … Continue reading

Voting Fraud In Republican Primary


It came to my attention that there is voting fraud in the Republican Primary.  I thought I’d check it out and found that someone reported on it: http://www.propagandamatrix.com/articles/february2012/220212_paul_cheated.htm Also here: http://theiowarepublican.com/2012/schultz-voter-fraud-investigations-underway-in-iowa/ I’d post more links but you can Google more information yourself. What’s being said is that Ron Paul was cheated out of winning Iowa. … Continue reading

H.R. 347


Officially, the name of this new bill is Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011.  Yeah, one of the cosponsors for this bill is FL Rep Thomas J. Rooney.  There is a similar bill called S. 1794 that was sponsored by CT Sen Richard Blumenthal. http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c112:H.R.347: Guess what civil rights activists are calling this bill?  Trespass Bill.  Why … Continue reading

A Childish, Bleak Future…


(Opinion article) A common misconception is that “children are our future”.  Yes, this statement held true before but not anymore.  If children are our future, the presidency of George W. Bush and Barack Obama combined will look like the proverbial “choir boys” compared to the inane and asinine viewpoints this new generation will spill out … Continue reading

Auto Industry Bailout


(Opinion article.) Just because it worked, just because it was a “noble” thing to do doesn’t mean it was the right thing to do. The United States govt owns 26% of General Motors.  It’s funny that Ford and Chrysler were not “for” the bailout and wanted choice in bankruptcy.  Yet, General Motors vied to get … Continue reading

Unwanted Memories


I don’t want to be remembered for me.  Just remember the words I have said.  Don’t remember me & apply what you want from what I’ve said like you’ve done to MLKjr with his “I have a dream…” speech.  (Not saying I’m on par with him in anyway.)  You will forget other things I’ve said, … Continue reading

Regardless


Opinion Article (May contain facts to uphold view.  You can also excuse me for not properly spacing out each topic into paragraphs.  Didn’t really feel like it.)  :-D Regardless as which problem is the most important past, present or future, these problems face the United States: Economy (in general) Unemployment/Jobs Poor healthcare/hosptials; high cost of … Continue reading