Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

 

Glenn Beck, Citizen Wells challenge to Beck, Beck is a coward, O’Reilly, Fox, Glenn Beck show, Birthers, Glenn Beck insults Americans Military and US Constitution

I have tried my best to like and follow Glenn Beck. He has exposed much of the real Obama and Obama Administration and agenda. That being said, I am damn tired of Glenn Beck insulting concerned Americans, including many in the military who ask questions about Obama’s eligibility. As my mom would say, “he has gotten too big for his britches.” Apparently Beck has followed in the footsteps of the pontificating, bloviating Bill O’Reilly. It is either that or Fox, heavily influenced by Saudi ownership, has issued an edict toRead More


Blanche Lincoln, Obama Health Care Bill, Public Policy Polling, February 2 2010, Lincoln losing to John Boozman, Arkansas Senate race, Lincoln approval rating 27%

From Public Policy Polling, February 2, 2010. “Blanche Lincoln Poll” “John Boozman will enter the Arkansas Senate race this weekend as the frontrunner. He leads incumbent Blanche Lincoln by an amazing 56-33 margin in our first poll of the race. Lincoln’s approval rating has sunk to just 27%, with 62% of voters in the state disapproving of her. She’s at a middling 51% even within her own party and just 17% of independents and 9% of Republicans are happy with how she’s doing. A look inside the health care issueRead More


James Wilson, US Constitution, Early draft, We the people, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Lorianne Updike Toler, Philadelphia, summer of 1787, National treasure

From the Philadelphia Inquirer, February 2, 2010. “Early draft of the Constitution found in Phila.” “Researcher Lorianne Updike Toler was intrigued by the centuries-old document at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. On the back of a treasured draft of the U.S. Constitution was a truncated version of the same document, starting with the familiar words: “We The People. . . .” They had been scribbled upside down by one of the Constitution’s framers, James Wilson, in the summer of 1787. The cursive continued, then abruptly stopped, as if pages wereRead More