Archive for June, 2005

It’s a black day for freedom in America today. The anti-liberty Left wing of the Supreme Court has set back freedom 229 years. The hallmark of freedom in America is individual rights, and in particular, individual property rights. Eminent domain was only to be strictly construed and used for public projects such as roads or schools. The Left Wing big-government lovers of the high court, Ginsburg, Stevens, Souter, Kennedy and Breyer, believe government has the right to take your property away for any reason whatsoever. This flies in the face of Americans as Sovereigns and government existing to protect the rights of sovereigns. What precedence do these fascist justices have to take away the property of sovereigns?

Our only consolation is knowing that O’Connor, Rehnquist, Scalia and Thomas still believe in property rights. Without the ability to own property and decide on how to dispose of his property, man becomes a slave to government interests (or special interests), and a slave to others. He is no longer king of his castle or master of his domain. The shackles of big government fascists are slowly rearing their ugly heads and like a growng cancer, it’s time to remove them from the judicial body.

Newspapers on the Decline

Posted: 06/16/2005 in Media Bias

It’s no surprise to read that newspapers like the NY Times, Wash Post and their ilk are seeing declines in readership and advertising. Americans are finally waking up to the fact that they can obtain their news from a variety of sources online, rather than get spoon fed the liberal socialist agenda so prevalent in today’s major rags.

And, concurrently, it’s no surprise to see the rise in ratings for Fox News Channel and other alternative news sources like the Drudge Report, and fantastic radio talk show hosts such as Larry Elder (a black libertarian Republican) and Al Rantal (a gay Republican). While the libs give lip to “Fox” taking over, it’s plain and simple economics. People will migrate to the news they wish to receive. Fox is alive and well and ranks #1 for news because many Americans are tired of the same old agenda being regurgitated over and over again on the major TV stations — CBS, NBC, ABC and CNN.

When FOX went live, it was like a breath of fresh air. Fox offered some unique programming and lively personalities that appealed more in line to the basic philosophy of many Americans. The Big 4 simply vomited out the same news, generally with the same spin. It became so nauseating that I actually stopped watching network news and reading major papers for that very reason.

I gave up on 60 Minutes many years ago because of their reporting bias. I found ABC’s John Stossel reports refreshing and informative, something 60 minutes sorely lacked. I still read the NY Times for cultural or wine-related articles and I never look at the Washington Post. If they go down as a result of their bias, so be it. I won’t be shedding any tears for a group of elitists whose hegemonic hold on Americans is finally starting to crumble.

“Employment rose in April, and the unemployment
rate was unchanged at 5.2 percent, the Bureau of
Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor
reported today. Nonfarm payroll employment
increased by 274,000 over the month. Job growth
was widespread, with gains in construction, mining,
and several service-providing industries. Total
employment grew by 598,000 in April to 141.1 million,
and the employment-population ratio–the proportion
of the population age 16 and over with jobs–edged up
to 62.6 percent. The civilian labor force increased by
605,000 in April to 148.8 million; the labor force
participation rate, at 66.0 percent, also was up
over the month.” – Labor Dept.