The Biggest Enemy of Green is The Left

Let me repeat that subject header: The biggest enemy of green is The Left. Progressives, liberals, the left—whatever you choose—have produced the most harm to the subject of alternative fuels and to the entire subject of “green.” Let me explain how I came to this conclusion. Read more »

Guess Who?

Guess who said the following: "We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work." Was it Rush Limbaugh? Karl Rove? Mark Levin? Newt Gingrich? Not even close. It was Henry Morgenthau, Secretary of the Treasury under Franklin D. Roosevelt and one of FDR's closest […] Read more »

Message to Occupy Wall Streeters: “Bring it!”

You gotta love the Occupy Wall Street protesters.  They make it SO easy for the rest of us. They show up and protest. This is good. We cherish having the right to protest. We love when anyone exercises this right. But with the Occupy crowd, things started getting a bit rough around the edges. The […] Read more »

Obama Presidency by the Numbers

Bad things usually just don't happen. Even less the case with really bad things. via Read more »

A Brief Q&A With Thomas Sowell

At the end of this video, it is posed that Obama’s enormous overreach has roused many Americans and, as a result, real change is in the offing. Thomas is not so sure.  As long as those roused do not fade, we will see the change we want to see. Read more »

Karl Rove With an Inside Look

Karl Rove wrote an article over at that described President Barack Obama's "private musings while waiting to be introduced at an American Jobs Act event." Here's the first few paragraphs of this article: Pass this bill. I admit it’s not “yes, we can,” but it gets the crowd chanting. Said it 18 times before Congress, 12 […] Read more »

I’ll Go Ahead and Predict a Landslide

Was the election in Nov 2010 a fluke? Did the folks who voted a seismic shift in the House go back to their lives, hoping things will now just get better? Are most Americans unwilling to persevere in staying active, staying in touch, and most importantly, making the REST of the changes necessary to fix […] Read more »

Federal Budget 101

My good friend, Ronnie Bell, sent me the following method of understanding the Federal Budget: The U.S. Congress sets a federal budget every year in the trillions of dollars. Few people know how much money that is, so we created a breakdown of federal spending in simple terms. Let's put the 2011 federal budget into […] Read more »