• A Day in the Life of the Chosen One

    (Chuck Muth) – What a day yesterday was for President Barack Obama!

  • ‘Sanje’ Sedera Exposed; yet again!

    (Mike Zahara) – Ahhhh, Karma is a wonderful thing, isn’t it? For obvious reasons and for exactly what we told you about after our little brush up with him that we won, we are positively delighted and the local South Asian community is all abuzz that Darkara Sanjeewa ‘Sanje’ Sedera filed for...

  • A Package Delivery Driver is a Package Delivery Driver

    The United States Senate is considering a proposal, embedded within the FAA reauthorization bill, which would place FedEx Express’s package delivery drivers under the same labor law as every other package delivery driver in the country. And as FedEx Express ramps up its efforts in the halls of Congress to oppose this...

  • The Nobel Committee and the Benefit of Not Being George W. Bush

    (Doug Bandow) – President Barack Obama has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Apparently for not being George W. Bush. Even the president’s aides were surprised. Reported ABC News: Two key White House aides were both convinced they were being punked when they heard the news, reported ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. “It’s not...

  • Economic Freedom Alliance Targets EFCA

    A rather new group called the Economic Freedom Alliance (economicfreedomalliance.org) is now taking on the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) by erecting billboards to target five key Democrat congressmen in hopes of getting their constituents to urge them to drop support of the EFCA. In one section of Illinois, for instance, the...

  • Cuckolded Hubby Only Figure Sleazier than Nevada Senator

    (Mike Zahara) – Who is the legal genius advising Doug Hampton, or is he ignoring his counsel’s advice by speaking to the New York Times? His contradictory accounts now have him failing to take responsibility for his conduct, so you have to keep asking if Doug Hampton’s sexual hurt and anger, plus...

  • Obama’s Stimulus for Unions

    Stimulating the economy isn’t nearly as important to President Obama as putting federal dollars into the pockets of his union cronies. Because of Obama’s PLA Executive Order, thousands of jobs are going to unions in states that have few union members. The Washington Times, for instance, reports that Obama has grandiosely given...

  • The Danger in Over-Attacking the Reids

    (Blogger Mike Zahara) – There still is a mea culpa necessary from all GOP candidates over Bush’s 8 years and the spending that increased government 70% with little to show for it. I’m still astounded that occurred under the Republicans. If you’re from the GOP, you apologize to your voters and then...

  • The Island of Misfit Republicans

    To date in the 2010 cycle, I’ve met and talked with Sue Lowden, Dr Joe Heck, Mike Montandon, Danny Tarkanian, Brian Sandoval, and an assortment of C-teamers so I can comment more thoughtfully on the other side for our ever growing readership. Let’s give you the lowdown on who we’ve met so...

  • They Really Do All Lie!

    Just last week I wrote a commentary entitled, “They ALL Lie.” It referred to the controversy surrounding Congressman Joe Wilson screaming out “You Lie” to President Obama. I said that Congressman Wilson was only partially right. The fact is they all lie. Politicians of all political parties have been lying to us...

  • Rising Unemployment Could Cost Nevada Extra $1 Million/Month

    With national unemployment rising once again in September to 9.8 percent, many are wondering what the verdict will be when state figures are released later in the month. Persistent joblessness is also causing many to drop out of the workforce, as the US Department of Labor reported that the civilian labor force...

  • Forget Who’s Your Daddy, How About Where’s Your Daddy?

    OK, at the risk of being called a cold-hearted SOB (again), allow me to raise a point because….well, somebody should. On Thursday the Las Vegas Review-Journal published a 1,126-word story on a 15-year-old kid named Tanner Chamberlain who got into a loud and violent 30- to 45-minute fight with his mother, Evie...

  • Code of Conduct Proposed for Health Care Industry

    In the never-ending debate about national health care, the most common refrain is “our health care system is broken.” That is immediately followed by never-ending government solutions to “fix” said system at an estimated cost of trillions of dollars. Rarely mentioned in these expensive, government-knows-best debates, however, is any discussion of free-market,...

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