To discuss the issues of the day is not the same thing as debating those issues. Debate doesn’t take much “education”, but it takes “information”. The two terms may be used interchangeably and both may be, depending on whom the giver of the education or the information is, the fulfillment of truthful statements. The conclusions that are drawn, however, may not be truthful. The cause of coming to the wrong conclusions, even if a person has read and has comprehended the…Continue
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Added by Stephanie Williams on December 16, 2010 at 5:04pm — No Comments
Thanks to Taxpayers for Common Sense, Taxpayers Against Earmarks, and WashingtonWatch.com we now can see what frivolous spending plans, also known as pork, are submitted by our representatives in Washington.
They have created and compiled a comprehensive database of 2011 earmark spending submissions from members of Congress and just released it online.
Topping the list…Continue
Added by Stephanie Williams on December 10, 2010 at 4:07pm — No Comments
(This article was also cross-posted at www.redcounty.com.)
It's absolutely unmistakeable, even to the casual observer, that we are now in full-fledged campaign season - politicians are again working overtime, flapping their gums and promising things they can't possibly deliver.
Every day, on the radio, in the…