I thought I would share another found article…. ------START----- post written by: Marc 10 Destructive Faults in Our Way of Thinking The human mind is wonderful and powerful, but it’s far from perfect. There are several common judgment errors that it’s prone to making. In the field of Psychology these are known as cognitive biases, … Continue reading Destructive Thinking
"Let no vandalism of avarice or neglect, no ravages of time testify to the present or to the coming generations that we have forgotten as a people the cost of a free and undivided republic." -- General Logan - May 5, 1868 "If it is considered a holiday, why is it so? I consider it … Continue reading Memorial Day….God Bless them all….
Image by flemming. d5000 via Flickr With the weekend here and the weather turning nice, I thought I would share this: 1 Go Camping: Grab your sleeping bags, tent and some groceries and head off for your nearest National or State Park. Camping in locations that are not privately owned can be extremely cost … Continue reading How to Plan a Cheap Weekend Getaway
With Obama half way through his first (and I hope and pray Last) term as President, lets see how well he is going Over all its 46% approve and 44% disapprove, basically a tie… But looking at the party lines, I think we see more of the picture, only 14% of republicans approve of Mr. … Continue reading Approval of Obama
Image via Wikipedia One of the many hot topics, both in politics and religion, is immigration reform. From the Arizona law to the US Catholic Bishops from the halls of Congress to the water cooler, everyone is talking about it. It is a hot topic, one that many have an opinion on and one that … Continue reading Immigration reform
A lot of press has been used on the Bush Tax Cuts, they were set to expire today. The liberals rang out with the same old “Cut’s for the rich” mantra, yet if you took the time to read the facts you would see that this is just not true. The Bush Tax Cuts did … Continue reading Ring in the New Year with the good ol’ Bush Tax Cuts
Image via Wikipedia Yep, I said it, I said something I thought that I would never say, I said I was glad Obama was voted president of The United States of America. Anyone who knows me, or has read my blogs must be in shock, but I mean it. If Obama was not elected president, … Continue reading I for one am glad Obama was elected
Image via Wikipedia The excitement for November 2nd is building, the new possibilities for our Nation, for our States, Towns and Cities. November of 2010 can be known as the day we, the citizens of America, chose to take back our Government. The day we decided that personal responsibility is more important than Government hand-outs. … Continue reading Fairness is not Fair
Image via Wikipedia CBO: Iraq War Cost Less Than Stimulus Updated: Monday, 30 Aug 2010, 7:02 PM CDT Published : Monday, 30 Aug 2010, 7:02 PM CDT (FOXnews.com) - As President Barack Obama prepares to tie a bow on U.S. combat operations in Iraq, Congressional Budget Office numbers show that the total cost of the … Continue reading Taking back what is ours, America!
With school being out, and so much in the news about so many school districts having to cut back or close schools I thought I would offer some help to them. 1. As for cutting the over all budget follow the following steps Remove the socialistic system that hampers the teachers and the schools from … Continue reading A conservative look at the school system