Opinion

“Employers only handle the money – it is the customer who pays the wages.”   Henry Ford

“Employers only handle the money – it is the customer who pays the wages.” Henry Ford

on January 9, 2015, 7:35 AM / in Opinion

Back in the 70’s when I had my Jackie’s Girl Friday Service I worked with the business dept’s of the three high schools in Federal Way. The teachers would select their best students to participate in the program wherein they would work one day a week in my office to learn how to utilize what they were being taught in […]

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Work Ethic and Attitude

Work Ethic and Attitude

on January 9, 2015, 7:30 AM / in Opinion

A few days ago my wife and myself were on a trip, it was early morning and we stopped at a well-known fast food chain to get breakfast. We pulled up to the drive through only to be greeted by a surly, unhelpful voice that seemed to be irritated and bothered by customers who help pay her salary. Now I’ll […]

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Charlie Rangel was only moved by dead Black soldiers

on January 8, 2015, 9:48 AM / in Opinion

Congressman Charlie Rangel who is quick to slander the tea party with charges of racism, was a guest on Monday’s “The Ed Show” on MSNBC, where he made a statement that appeared to be startingly racist: “I was in combat, and I’m telling you, I saw more dead people, but I never was moved until I saw dead people that […]

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Obama’s Ratings Rising

Obama’s Ratings Rising

on January 8, 2015, 9:36 AM / in Opinion

On New Year’s Day, my son and I embarked on an adventure, driving from our mountain home in East Tennessee to his mountain home at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. As has been our practice on many family road trips when our kids were younger, we departed from the Interstates and took mostly scenic back roads, thus turning […]

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The Wreckage of the Liberal Cocoon

The Wreckage of the Liberal Cocoon

on January 8, 2015, 8:09 AM / in Opinion

  Walter Russell Mead has an essay on Obama and the liberal cocoon, trying to determine what caused the current wreckage of liberalism: [Eric] Alterman argues, the Democrats’ turn to social rather than economic issues (gentry liberalism vs. populism) hasn’t been helpful. Focusing on “immigration, reproductive rights, same-sex marriage, gun control, etc.” at a time when real wages are stagnant […]

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Pumping for More Gas Taxes

Pumping for More Gas Taxes

on January 7, 2015, 10:25 AM / in Opinion

The GOP should not prioritize increasing the gas tax in this session of Congress. But some Republicans view the recent precipitous decline in gas prices as an opportune time to increase the gas tax. After all, the 2016 presidential election will be here in the blink of an eye and the GOP needs examples of leadership to sway the traditionally […]

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SODOMITES “BREEDING HATE” MAKING WAY FOR FOREIGN LAW IN AMERICA

SODOMITES “BREEDING HATE” MAKING WAY FOR FOREIGN LAW IN AMERICA

on January 7, 2015, 10:14 AM / in Opinion

“The sodomites are being used in an attempt to overthrow God’s moral law in hopes of upending the United States Constitution. They are doing this by playing the victims when they are the perpetrators. Inadvertently or purposefully they are being used as a political battering ram to make way for foreign law and its implementation through totalitarian methods. There is […]

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7 Things Slick Politicians Will Say To Make You Think They Oppose Common Core

7 Things Slick Politicians Will Say To Make You Think They Oppose Common Core

on January 7, 2015, 9:30 AM / in Opinion

By Joy Pullmann   /  The Federalist The heat on Common Core was high this spring, but I predict it will be even higher come state legislative sessions this January. It’s the last year states can conceivably avoid joining the train wreck that will be Common Core tests, which are due to replace state tests in March and following. But the […]

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What This Poll of GOP Voters Means

What This Poll of GOP Voters Means

on January 6, 2015, 9:22 AM / in Opinion

This is taken from yesterdays Rush Limbaugh program RUSH: Let me now, without any interruptions — well, I can’t say that because this stuff fires synapses in my fertile gray cells, and we’re off and running.  But I’ll do my best here to stay focused and finish the highlights of the Pat Caddell supervised poll, the People’s Poll conducted by […]

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FCC Net Neutrality Vote Expected in February, but Will Congress Beat Them to It?

FCC Net Neutrality Vote Expected in February, but Will Congress Beat Them to It?

on January 6, 2015, 9:15 AM / in National News, Opinion

Written by  Raven Clabough The Federal Communications Commission announced on Friday it will be introducing and voting on new net neutrality rules in February. The proposals are sure to set off another storm of controversy as net neutrality has long been a contentious issue for those who believe in the free market and free speech. According to an anonymous official, […]

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Does ‘the Right’ Suffer from ‘Race Deafness’?

Does ‘the Right’ Suffer from ‘Race Deafness’?

on January 6, 2015, 9:10 AM / in Opinion

by Jack Kerwick   /  Front Page Mag Jack Hunter is a former staffer for Rand Paul who once delivered politically incorrect commentary as “the Southern Avenger.” When Hunter’s past came to light, it wasn’t before long that he and Senator Paul parted ways. Ever since—perhaps in the hope that the “respectable” will forgive him his transgressions before the 2016 GOP […]

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The ‘Equality’ Racket

The ‘Equality’ Racket

on January 6, 2015, 9:02 AM / in Opinion

By Thomas Sowell Some time ago, burglars in England scrawled a message on the wall of a home they had looted: “RICH BASTARDS.” Those two words captured the spirit of the politicized vision of equality — that it was a grievance when someone was better off than themselves. That, of course, is not the only meaning of equality, but it […]

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A Party at War with Itself

A Party at War with Itself

on January 6, 2015, 7:06 AM / in Opinion

For the third time, the cops of the NYPD have turned their backs on the mayor of New York. The first time was when Mayor Bill de Blasio arrived at Woodhull Hospital where mortally wounded officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu had been taken on Dec. 20. The second was when the mayor spoke at Ramos’ funeral. The third was […]

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How Liberals Use Black People

How Liberals Use Black People

on January 5, 2015, 9:48 AM / in Opinion

By Walter Williams Back in the day, when hunting was the major source of food, hunters often used stalking horses as a means of sneaking up on their quarry. They would walk on the opposite side of the horse until they were close enough to place a good shot on whatever they were hunting. A stalking horse not only concealed […]

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Conservatives in the House Have Only a Veto Power

Conservatives in the House Have Only a Veto Power

on January 5, 2015, 9:06 AM / in Opinion

By: Erick Erickson  /  RedState Conservatives in the House of Representatives are considering blocking Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)from becoming Speaker of the House of Representatives. They need 29 conservatives to stand shoulder to shoulder to make that happen. There are allegedly 25 of 29 ready to do it. Of course, last time they had the votes to block the Speaker […]

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The Fabrication of Courage by Sports Media

The Fabrication of Courage by Sports Media

on January 5, 2015, 8:19 AM / in Opinion

By William Sullivan   /  Political Palaver For my money, it doesn’t get sadder than Mike Golic of ESPN’s Mike and Mike regaling his listeners on his morning show about how the St. Louis Rams players were “courageous” last November 30th for taking to the field with their hands in the air, signifying the “Hands up, don’t shoot!” symbol of the Ferguson protestors. What […]

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The Many Memes of Sarah Palin

The Many Memes of Sarah Palin

on January 5, 2015, 8:03 AM / in Opinion

By M. Joseph Sheppard  /  The American Thinker Defining a politician’s personality, whether positively to build them up, or negatively to tear them down, is a basic rule of politics. Themes can define an image e.g. “Roosevelt’s categorization of Al Smith as “The Happy Warrior” or Democrat folklore depicting William Jennings Bryan as “the Great Commoner” are two classic positive […]

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HOW WEAK AND APATHETIC WILL THE CHURCH GET?

HOW WEAK AND APATHETIC WILL THE CHURCH GET?

on January 4, 2015, 5:56 AM / in Opinion

By Pastor Roger Anghis  /  Newswithviews.com I just listened to a video of Dr. D. James Kennedy and though I am not of his denomination I know of very few others that stand in the pulpit that have taken the stand that he did on retaining the principles of the Founders not just in the church, but in business and […]

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KILL WITH KINDNESS AND SHOOT TO KILL

KILL WITH KINDNESS AND SHOOT TO KILL

on January 3, 2015, 8:28 AM / in Opinion

By Andrew C. Wallace   /  NewsWithViews.com Years ago, as a former Peace Officer my instructions were clear: Kill with kindness and shoot to kill, as required. I must admit up front, that most of our citizens were armed for self protection which reduced crime and made my job safer. The law abiding people had affection for Peace Officers and had […]

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The Most Powerful Conservative in America

on January 2, 2015, 8:21 AM / in Opinion

No, it is not me….. but Erick Erickson….. this is what he said about him being chosen by the Atlantic as a conservative. I am very flattered by the suggestion, but I am sure there are others more deserving of the title “Most Powerful Conservative in America.” Nonetheless, it is what the Atlantic has dubbed me. For almost the last […]

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