Friday, April 30, 2010

Obama is opposed to economic freedom

In a shocking statement, Obama said that "I do think that at a certain point you've made enough money."  Who is to decide when someone has made enough money?  Obama.  He does not believe in economic freedom, but instead believes that individuals should be directed by government officials.  Individuals who have ambition, have high financial goals, and pursue their independent path have no need for politicians who promise bailouts, regulation, and higher taxes like President Obama.

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

President Obama gives instructions to our enemies on how to attack us without receiving a devastating nuclear attack

President Obama released his "Nuclear Posture Review," in which he publicly disclosed to our enemies how they can attack the United States without having to fear a nuclear retaliatory response.  In this report, Obama has let our enemies know that we will not respond with nuclear weapons if they destroy one of our cities while that nation is in compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. 

In the President's own idiotic and careless language, the report says: "The United States is declaring that we will not use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear weapons states that are party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and in compliance with their nuclear nonproliferation obligations," the President pledged.  (emphasis added).

If an enemy attacks us with chemical or biological weapons, we will not respond with nuclear weapons, so long as the enemy is in compliance with the Non-Proliferation Treaty!  Outrageous!

The President of the United States has just given our enemies instructions on how to attack the United States and receive the least devastating response possible.

Monday, April 05, 2010

California bar association fears Professors's research will discredit affirmative action

A UCLA professor, Richard Sanders, who is an economist and law professor, has asked for data from the California state bar, including applicants’ race, law schools attended, year graduated from law school, bar pass rate, law school grades and LSAT scores.  Sanders is trying to gather enough evidence to show that race-based admissions actually hurt the very students such policies were designed to help.  By admitting students based upon race, rather than merit, it results in students who cannot compete as well with the students who were admitted based upon race, says Richard Sanders. 
Why won’t the California state bar release this information to Professor Sanders?  The main reason why is because the California State Bar is quite committed to race-based admission policies, and releasing this information will go against their ideological worldview.  So of course they are delaying and obstructing the release of this data.