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April 26, 2010

Video: “Petition to Redistribute GPA’s”

Filed under: Politics — Sofie @ 1:14 pm
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Video:  “Petition to Redistribute GPA’s

This is the video Jason Mattera refers to on page 143 of Obama Zombies:  How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation.

May 29, 2009

More Reading

Recently I’ve run across references (mostly on Glenn Beck’s TV show) to the following books, which look like they’re worth at least checking out:

  • Steven Milloy, Green Hell:  How Environmentalists Plan to Ruin Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them
  • Arthur Laffer, The End of Prosperity:  How Higher Taxes Will Doom the Economy–If We Let It Happen
  • Joshua Cooper Ramo, The Age of the Unthinkable:  Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us and What We Can Do about It
  • Wayne Allyn Root, The Conscience of a Libertarian:  Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gambling & Tax Cuts
  • Thomas Sowell, The Housing Boom and Bust
  • Peter Schiff, Crash Proof:  How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse

Perlmutter Watch 5-29-09

Filed under: Perlmutter Watch — Sofie @ 6:49 am
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My Congressman, Ed Perlmutter (D-CO), has re-introduced his “GREEN Act [which] provides incentives to lenders and financial institutions to provide lower interest loans and other benefits to consumers, who build, buy or remodel their homes and businesses to improve their energy efficiency and use of alternative energy” (“Perlmutter Re-Introduces Green Resources for Energy Efficient Neighborhoods (GREEN) Act for Affordable Mortgages“).

Under which of powers that the Constitution gives to Congress does this fall?  How much will it cost taxpayers?  Why do we need to improve energy efficiency when we have access to plenty of oil in the United States?

If individuals and organizations want to “improve their energy efficiency and use of alternative energy,” I have no objection–as long as they pay for it and the federal government isn’t involved.

April 4, 2009

Congressional Ratings by Conservative Organizations

The following organizations, which I would classify as conservative, all rate members of Congress on issues that they, the organizations, consider to be most important:


March 17, 2009

Video: “[Colorado] Supreme Court’s Decision Against Taxpayers”

Filed under: Politics — Sofie @ 5:09 pm
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“Independence Institute president, Jon Caldara, held a press conference Monday, March 16th to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision against taxpayers and against the spirit of TABOR.”

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February 2, 2009

Video: “A Jobs Plan That Will Work” by Sen. Jim DeMint

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Video:  “A Jobs Plan That Will Work

Bravo, Senator DeMint!

January 7, 2009

Why Is Ed Perlmutter Using Tax Money To Aid Financial Institutions?

Filed under: Perlmutter Watch — Sofie @ 4:48 pm
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As Ben DeGrow at Mount Virtus wrote last week, Representative Ed Perlmutter (D) of Colorado’s 7th Congressional District sent out a full-color advertisement to his constituents bragging about his accomplishments.

Ed, as he was referred to throughout the ad, was particularly proud of having helped secure more than $53 million  to “rehabilitate foreclosed homes in our area”:

Colorado State Program – $34,013,566
Adams County – $4,600, 211
City of Aurora – $4,474, 097
City of Colorado Springs – $3,904,989
City and County of Denver – $6,060, 170

NOTE:  None of Colorado Springs and little of Denver is in Ed’s district.  However, a large part of Jefferson County, which is not included, is in the district.

Ed, instead of using taxpayers’ money to rehabilitate foreclosed homes to help the financial institutions that now own them make more money selling them, why don’t you cut taxes to help those of us who are actually paying our rent or mortgage every month?

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