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Unfortunately, Conservative Review is pertinent for this past week, and has some information which is helpful for things to come to pass; but, these issues of CR are, unfortunately, quite transitory.  Such is not the case for the Word of God.  Therefore, I have decided to concentrate on the latter.

However, now and a gain I will post a few tidbits which catch my attention.

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  • Did you know that the New York Times predicted the housing crisis (which brought down our economy) back in 1999?

    Fannie Mae Eases Credit To Aid Mortgage Lending

    By STEVEN A. HOLMES
    Published: September 30, 1999

    In a move that could help increase home ownership rates among minorities and low-income consumers, the Fannie Mae Corporation is easing the credit requirements on loans that it will purchase from banks and other lenders.

    The action, which will begin as a pilot program involving 24 banks in 15 markets -- including the New York metropolitan region -- will encourage those banks to extend home mortgages to individuals whose credit is generally not good enough to qualify for conventional loans. Fannie Mae officials say they hope to make it a nationwide program by next spring.

    Fannie Mae, the nation's biggest underwriter of home mortgages, has been under increasing pressure from the Clinton Administration to expand mortgage loans among low and moderate income people and felt pressure from stock holders to maintain its phenomenal growth in profits.

    In addition, banks, thrift institutions and mortgage companies have been pressing Fannie Mae to help them make more loans to so-called subprime borrowers. These borrowers whose incomes, credit ratings and savings are not good enough to qualify for conventional loans, can only get loans from finance companies that charge much higher interest rates -- anywhere from three to four percentage points higher than conventional loans.

    ''Fannie Mae has expanded home ownership for millions of families in the 1990's by reducing down payment requirements,'' said Franklin D. Raines, Fannie Mae's chairman and chief executive officer. ''Yet there remain too many borrowers whose credit is just a notch below what our underwriting has required who have been relegated to paying significantly higher mortgage rates in the so-called subprime market.''

    Demographic information on these borrowers is sketchy. But at least one study indicates that 18 percent of the loans in the subprime market went to black borrowers, compared to 5 per cent of loans in the conventional loan market.

    In moving, even tentatively, into this new area of lending, Fannie Mae is taking on significantly more risk, which may not pose any difficulties during flush economic times. But the government-subsidized corporation may run into trouble in an economic downturn, prompting a government rescue similar to that of the savings and loan industry in the 1980's.

    Emphasis is mine.  From: http://www.nytimes.com/1999/09/30/business/fannie-mae-eases-credit-to-aid-mortgage-lending.html

    Here is an article you may have missed which simply outlines what happened to make our economy crash.  Although it is easy to understand, it avoids that silly notion that President Bush deregulated the financial industry and they plunged us into this mess:

    http://floppingaces.net/2011/01/03/a-primer-on-the-2007-2009-financial-mess-reader-post/

    Finally, here is why our Congress is quite interested on whether this or that athlete is taking performance-enhancing drugs, but has not found the time to actually investigate the financial collapse:

    http://floppingaces.net/2011/12/15/the-great-economic-collapse-and-why-no-one-is-arrested-reader-post/

    Gary
  • Pat Buchanan defines the issues of this election, far better than Mitt has. "One in every five people is on food stamps...Read FDR about relief being a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit...Barack Obama is a drug dealer of welfare." Maybe Romney should start taking a few notes at this point?  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUiGHGYO_Jc 
  • Suspension of the Conservative Review:  Unfortunately, Conservative Review is pertinent for this past week, and has some information which is helpful for things to come to pass; but, these issues of CR are, unfortunately, quite transitory.  Such is not the case for the Word of God.  Therefore, I have decided to concentrate on the latter.

    We could end up with the greatest president and vice president of all time; but if the pivot of believers are not attuned to God's plan, we cannot expect even the best president to be able to compensate for that.  In recent months, I have had conversations with Christians and those who are possibly Christian, and one thing that seems to be lacking in their knowledge is anything but the most superficial understanding of the Bible.  In generations prior to mine, what the Scriptures actually said mattered; and even those who were agnostic often had a passing knowledge of the Bible.  For the most part, that does not seem to be the case any more, and that, for us as a nation, is what could be the basis of our downfall.

    It does not take a genius to realize that we are tottering as a nation.  Our currency has become dramatically devalued (it does not show up in inflation figures, because the value of our houses is considered in those figures, whereas food and gas are not).  We have 3 great enemies: China, Russia and the Islamic countries; and we have minor but potent enemies in Iran, Venezuela, and North Korea.  We have had serious breaches in our computer security, we have a nation below us that could be turning into a failed state, and about a 50 billion strong army of people who absolutely hate us.

    We have a president who has reduced our missile response systems overseas, and has dramatically reduced our number of nuclear warheads, with an intention that is hard for rational people to fathom.

    From time to time, I will send out a mass email or a column or a story, or if a quotation I hear sounds particularly interesting, I may post it on my facebook page (Gary Kukis).

    I will continue to post new studies from the Bible at http://kukis.org/
    The newest will always be posted at http://kukis.org/page13.html
    Old issues of Conservative review can be found here: http://kukis.org/page20.html or here: http://kukis.org/blog/

    I think that prayers for our nation and our President and our Congress are in order, but nothing is more important that your personal spiritual growth.

    In Christ,

    Gary
  • Conservative Review #239    posted 8/12/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    A little from “Say What?”

    Mark Bittman, a New York Times food critic: ”Speaking of pigs, the VP of PR for Chick-fil-A dropped dead of a heart attack the week after the chain's latest homophobia/anti-gay marriage scandal. Here's an obit, and here's more about him. Meanwhile, Chick-fil-A had record-breaking profits after its President, Dan Cathy, drew a line in the sand over same-sex marriage.” He has since apologized for this remark.

    Ann Coulter: “[Obama] is trying to get the stupid single women voters, which is the Democratic Party base. If Obamacare goes through and Obama is reelected, you're talking about the total destruction of wealth in America. It's the end of America as we know it. There will be no innovation. There will be no growth. Great, you'll get free contraception. You won't have to pay a $10 co-pay. But it will be the end of America! Think about that. Their base is not women. It is divorced, separated, single women. It's women who are looking at the government to be their husbands. That's the base of the Democrat Party. ‘Please pay for my child care, my contraception, my housing, my food.’ "

    Dennis Miller: “The footage from Mars looks a litle shaky to me. Why send a camera to Mars for footage that looks like DeLorean buying blow, when I can just throw my iPhone out the car window near Barstow.”

    Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s newly picked vice president: “This is the worst economic recovery in 70 years. Unemployment has been above 8 percent for more than three years, the longest run since the Great Depression. Families are hurting. We have the largest deficits and the biggest federal government since WWII. Nearly 1 out of 6 Americans are in poverty--the worst rate in a generation. Moms and dads are struggling to make ends meet. Household incomes have dropped by more than $4,000 over the past four years. Whatever the explanations, whatever the excuses, this is a record of failure.”


    Paul Ryan: “But America is more than just a place...it's an idea. It's the only country founded on an idea. Our rights come from nature and God, not government. We promise equal opportunity, not equal outcomes. This idea is founded on the principles of liberty, freedom, free enterprise, self-determination and government by consent of the governed. This idea is under assault. So, we have a critical decision to make as a nation.”

    Paul Ryan: “The commitment Mitt Romney and I make to you is this: We won't duck the tough issues...we will lead! We won't blame others...we will take responsibility! We won't replace our founding principles...we will reapply them!”


    Enjoy,


    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview239.htm

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  • Conservative Review #238    posted 8/5/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    Sorry it is out so late tonight. It took a long time. A lot of pictures and cartoons with this issue.

    From “Say What?”

    Nancy Pelosi: “Well, I don't know what's trickling down, but it's not a pleasant experience.” Okay, taken out of context. :)

    President Obama: "They have tried to sell us this trickle-down, tax-cut fairy dust before; and guess what, it didn’t work then and it will not work now. It’s not a plan to create jobs; it is not a plan to reduce the deficit; it is not a plan to build our middle class; it is not a plan to move our economy forward; it takes us backwards, to a place where we don’t need to be." Apparently, when taxes were reduced and tax revenues increased, this was magic?

    Harry Reid, from the Senate floor: "The word's out that he hasn't paid any taxes for 10 years. Let him prove he has paid taxes, because he hasn't." The word is out because Reid put the word out.

    Jacob Meister, Governing Board President of TCRA and the attorney who filed many complaints against Chick-fil-A in Chicago: "In our current high speed media and social media environment, Chick-fil-A has announced and caused to be published, to hundreds of millions of people, that LGBT people are unacceptable and objectionable. They have made it clear the lives of LGBT individuals are unacceptable to them and that same-gender families are unwelcome at Chick-fil-A."
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    Jeremy Bird, BarackObama.com email: “President Obama's 51st birthday is coming up this Saturday, August 4th. To celebrate, Californians [they seem to think I live in CA -ed] are coming together at phone banks across the state this weekend...”

    Woman in anti-Romney ad: “I don't remember anyone as extreme as Romney."

    Obama birthday cake sent from the RNC to the DNC: “You didn’t bake this.”

    s a m tweet: If you go eat at a Chick fil A today, I hope you choke to death on that LGBT hating chicken. #chickfilA

    Congressman Barney Frank, Massachusetts Democrat, who is a married gay, on Chick-fil-A: "I wouldn't want to personally eat there. I wouldn't want to support a guy who thinks I shouldn't have my rights, but I don't think the government should do that." Barney, I could kiss you for that.

    Chris Wallace: “But, David [Axelrod], didn’t this White House badly misjudge this recovery. I remember in 2010, two summers ago, you and Vice President Biden were running around talking about Recovery Summer?”

    George Stephanopoulos: “You really think Harry Reid is a dirty liar?”

    Reince Priebus: “I just said it.”


    Missing Headlines


    GM profits down 41%; they still owe us money

    President’s program to process illegal aliens.

    Obama White House Secret Meetings

    Obama Ohio Suit to Limit Veteran Votes

    Obamacare Stifles Another Company

    Obama WH knew Solyndra was in trouble and gave them money anyway.

    Conservative Democrat Elected in Tennessee

    chickprotest1.jpg

    Gay groups file lawsuit against Chick-fil-A

    And lots more; this issue is packed.

    Enjoy,


    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview238.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview238.pdf

  • Conservative Review #237    posted 7/29/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Sometimes the news here is quite timely. Did you know that Mitt Romney was considering Pam Bondi as his possible running mate?

    By the way, long before it happened, I told you that Sarah Palin would be spoofed by Tina Fey? How will Mitt and Pam be attacked? Two ways: as “out-of-touch Ken and Barbi” on the one hand; and with strong insinuations of an affair on the other.

    ________________________________

    If you are a regular reader, you know what caused the economic crisis. Guess what? The government is doing it again. This is in the Rush section.

    ________________________________

    No matter what side of the aisle you are on, you need to read the quotes:

    From Crossfire:

    Bill Moyers, PBS host: “The killer in Colorado waited only for an opportunity. And there you have it. The arsenal of democracy transformed into the arsenal of death. And the NRA -- the NRA is the enabler of death. Paranoid, delusional, and as venomous as a scorpion.”

    Bill O'Reilly: “Moyers has no clue, no clue at all. He apparently believes that federal and state governments can actually control gun crimes. That's so dumb it hurts. Chicago has banned handguns in public. How is that working out, Bill? So far this year... 1,136 shootings. How about your state, Bill? New York? Well, it has a fourth toughest gun law in the country, it sounds good doesn't it? Ready 2011, nearly 4,000 guns were confiscated by New York City cops. Just in the city... 4,000 guns. Yes, those tough gun laws, they're working great, aren't they?”

    From Weasel Zipper snark:

    Biden: "I Wish My Kids Would Become Wealthy".

    So he's saying they should vote against Barack Obama?

    From Liberals from the Past:

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt: “The lessons of history, confirmed by the evidence immediately before me, show conclusively that continued dependence upon relief induces a spiritual and moral disintegration fundamentally destructive to the national fibre. To dole out relief in this way is to administer a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit. It is inimical to the dictates of sound policy. It is in violation of the traditions of America. Work must be found for able-bodied but destitute workers. The Federal Government must and shall quit this business of relief.”

    Nutty liberal, like from-a-different-planet nutty:

    MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on the mass murderer in Colorado: "You know, I've seen, I'm a movie buff, like everybody knows, I hope everybody remains a movie buff, to be quite blunt about this, because I love them, the experience of going to a theater. But here is the question. I saw a movie called Minority Report. Tom Cruise was it, sci-fi movie that said you can catch people ahead of time. You can find their projection into the future. I know that's the sci-fi part. Is there any way in real life to figure out a guy like this ahead of time?"

    Code Pink article: "My vagina's furious and it needs to talk."


    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview237.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview237.pdf

  • Conservative Review #236    posted 7/22/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Great articles this week:

    Here is one which spoke to me personally:

    Who else, Mr. President?

    By John Kass

    When President Barack Obama hauled off and slapped American small-business owners in the mouth the other day, I wanted to dream of my father.

    But I didn't have to close my eyes to see my dad. I could do it with my eyes open.

    All I had to do was think of the driveway of our home, and my dad's car gone before dawn, that old white Chrysler with a push-button transmission. It always started, but there was a hole in the floor and his feet got wet in the rain. So he patched it with concrete mix and kept on driving it to the little supermarket he ran with my Uncle George.

    He'd return home long after dark, physically and mentally exhausted, take a plate of food, talk with us for a few minutes, then flop in that big chair in front of the TV. Even before his cigarette was out, he'd begin to snore.

    The next day he'd wake up and do it again. Day after day, decade after decade. Weekdays and weekends, no vacations, no time to see our games, no money for extras, not even for McDonald's. My dad and Uncle George, and my mom and my late Aunt Mary, killing themselves in their small supermarket on the South Side of Chicago.

    [check this issue for the rest of this article]

    Many more excellent articles (links only work when you open up the Conservative Review #236), e.g.

    California, look to Wisconsin

    Golden State cities hoping to avoid bankruptcy should look east for ideas.

    By Steven Malanga

    Your guide to sleazy Democratic Party-backed banks

    By Michelle Malkin

    Obama's Dupes

    The young Obama voter is sticking it to himself.

    By Rich Lowry

    `You Didn't Build That!' . Oh Yeah?

    By Andrew C. McCarthy

    Top 10 Things Obama is Not Releasing

    by Joel Pollak of Breitbart.com

    Obama's Rather Impressive List Of "Accomplishments" By Tim Powers

    Obama of Roanoke: We Saw You Coming

    By C. Edmund Wright

    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview236.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview236.pdf
  • Conservative Review #235    posted 7/15/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    There is always a lot in this issue, such as:

    Bill O’Reilly showed that taxing the rich would actually pay for an additional 8.5 days of spending each year. “It’s not going to be on the front page because they [our news services] don’t want to tell the truth.” Now try to find any news service which mentions this. If you really want more free stuff (well, actually, the free stuff we are currently getting), then raise taxes on the poor and middle class...or cut spending. This ought to be front page news, with Obama telling every audience, “We need to tax the rich just a little bit more.” A little bit more means, 8.5 more days are paid for this year. Take all of their money, and a year will be covered...but not year 2.

    By the Numbers

    The national debt has now increased by more than $64,000 per federal taxpayer since Barack Obama was inaugurated president.

    Wealthy Americans earn about 50 percent of all income but pay nearly 70 percent of the federal tax burden, according to the latest analysis by the Congressional Budget Office.

    President Barack Obama's campaign has spent nearly $100 million on television commercials in selected battleground states so far, unleashing a sustained early barrage designed to create lasting, negative impressions of Republican Mitt Romney before he and his allies ramp up for the fall.

    In just three years President Obama has increased the federal workforce ten times as much as President Reagan did in eight years.

    Unemployment rate for 2012 graduates is 16.8%.


    • The TOP 50% pay 97% of all income taxes

     • The TOP 1% pay 39%, up 2% from 2000 when President Bush took office

    *Source Link: Data from the Latest Tax Year Released by the IRS.

     Wall Street Journal: "In 1980, when the top income tax rate was 70%, the richest 1% paid only 19% of all income taxes; now, with a top rate of 35%, they pay more than double that share."

     In case you do not know why this is, the rich tend to know how to make money. So, when they have more money to work with, they make more and more money. As they make more money, they have to pay more taxes on the money that they make.

     In a financial climate like today, where there is no telling what will happen next, people with a lot of a little money just sit on the sidelines, waiting for an economy that is more predictable. If anything, they put their money into guns, gold, silver or safe money market accounts. But few expand their businesses, hire new employees, or risk money to make money.


    Snarky comments from Weasel Zippers:

    I believe that Weasel Zippers this week was running on maximum snark. Obama: "I am my brother's keeper" - Obama's Brother: "He's got other issues to deal with"

    "He was a handsome, roundheaded boy with a wary gaze." - Bill Ayers, Dreams From My Father


    Scam Begets Scam: FTC Warns That Frauds Are Using Obamacare to Scam Consumers

    Shock.

    Liberal Non-Profit Group Sending Out Pre-Filled Voter Registarion Cards To Dogs, Dead People, Non-Citizens.

    But . . . but . . . but . . . voter ID laws are raaaaacist!


    Enjoy,


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  • Conservative Review #234   posted 6/24/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Here is one of the interesting facts of life that should be on the front page of every news paper and the lead story, but you probably have not heard that....

     While the economy has created 2.6 million jobs since June 2009, fully 3.1 million workers signed up for disability benefits.

     While the economy has created 2.6 million jobs since June 2009, fully 3.1 million workers signed up for disability benefits.

     The economy created just 80,000 jobs in June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. But that same month, 85,000 workers left the workforce entirely to enroll in the Social Security Disability Insurance program, according to the Social Security Administration.

     309,000 in the demographic of 25 and older with a BA simply dropped out of the labor force in June, which means they neither had a job in June nor actively tried to find one.

    Stories you may not have read:

    The Coalition of African American Pastors are Making Trouble for Obama

     Despite 4 Pinocchios, Obama Campaign Runs Inaccurate Ads

     GM has not paid back taxpayers; GM stock falling

     Essence Musical Festival Fans Obviously Do Not Know History

    More Obama Green Companies Going Belly Up; Taxpayer Dollars Lost

    Obama Administration Now Granting Tentative Legal Status to Illegal Aliens

              New Republican Governors Bring Down State Unemployment Rates

              Obamacare = 21 new taxes

    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview234.htm

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  • Conservative Review #233   posted 6/24/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Almost all of the news blurbs are now hyperlinked. Get just a basic rundown of what happened this week, and explore these stories for greater detail. Many you have not heard about.

    Say What? Is always good.

    Great set of articles this week:

    Chief Justice Roberts?

    Constitutional Contortions by Mark Steyn

    The ObamaCare Tax by Stephen Moore

    Obama's failed presidency by Dick Morris

    A Political Glossary by Thomas Sowell


    And things which occurred, but were mostly ignored by the media:


    Missing Headlines


    The Obama campaign is selling BFD tee shirts now

    Obama Supporter, Assault Weapons Ban Supporter, May Be Responsible for Fast and Furious

    Obama Campaign Misuses the Word “Outsourcing” Over and Over Again

    Abound Solar Get $400 Million from Taxpayers and Goes Broke

    Antarctic Ice Shelves Not Melting

    Members of Congress Make Wise Investments Right before 2008 Crash

    Al-Qaeda Training Terrorists in Arab Spring Countries


    Enjoy,


    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview233.htm

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  • Conservative Review #232   posted 6/24/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    A new column was added this week: Random Acts of Journalism The name was lifted from some of Rush Limbaugh’s programs.


    Two articles on the debacle Fast & Furious and how this has been covered by the mainstream press. This is a two-year old story just beginning to find its way into the dominant media. Just like the first TEA party demonstrations, the media decided, better ignore this, and it will just go away. But it didn’t.

    Also included is a Timeline of Fast & Furious. Events have been unfolding on this operations almost weekly for two years.

    Brent Bozell on Dan Savage, gay rights and bully maven. Get on his wrong side, and you will find out what it’s like to be bullied.

    There is a new strategy being used by the Obama campaign, which strategy is almost completely ignored by all media.

    Speaking of ignored; what about the free Obama phones? Also a part of the Obama campaign? Do you think folks with free phones might get a reminder on election day? Do you think that may even include directions of where one would go to vote?

    A pretty precise prediction on what the Supreme Court will rule on Obamacare.

    There is a lot packed into this issue; and a lot of things you probably have not heard about this week.

    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview232.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview232.pdf
  • Conservative Review #231   posted 6/17/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Check out Obama’s Historic Presidency, the first story under Let us reason together. This is the story you want if you simply want to summarize the worst aspects of Obama’s presidency. Most you have heard of, but you may not have realized that there were so many problems.


    President Obama: The Biggest Government Spender In World History by Peter Ferrara is also a featured article.

    Check out Say what? Always good to know what is being said. It is a must-read.

    These things happened this week; but they were not generally reported:


    Missing Headlines

    The IRS will Spend Nearly $1 billion on Obamacare. The IRS?

    The U.S. is on track to add 3x more debt than Europe

    Wealth is being leveled off; 40% of net wealth disappears in 3 years; and there are fewer Millionaires and Billionaires.

    The UN wants to tax your family $1300/year

    The U.S. Not Building Keystone Pipeline More Damaging to Environment

    Muslims Kill More Christians; Burn More Churches

    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview231.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview231.pdf
  • Conservative Review #230   posted 6/10/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    This was a great week for political junkies.

    One of the accusations leveled against candidate Obama in 2008 was repeatedly denied; but, it turns out to be true. Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago is 98% white. But, they put out this video, and, even though there are only 2 black kids working there, you’d think that this was a well-integrated enterprise by the video.

    Great video on MSNBC’s coverage of the Scott Walker reelection; it’s short, but it makes you feel a little sad for them.

    Also a wonderful video here on 2 liberals in Wisconsin and the CNN bus, which is going to drive away.

    Great quotes this week, including some you will see nowhere else. My favorite:


    Conservative columnist George Will: "That's modern liberalism: They delight in bossing people around. What Bloomberg is saying [is] the government helps with your health care, the government's implicated in your health. Therefore, we own you. Therefore, the government can fine tune all the decisions you make pertinent to your health. This is one of the reasons liberals are so enamored over the issue of climate change. They say all our behaviors in some way effect the climate, therefore, the government -- meaning, we liberals, the party of government -- can fine tune all your behavior right down to the light bulbs you use."


    And score one for liberal Piers Morgan:

    Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, DNC chair: “We came up short, but at the same - of the ultimate goal, which was to make sure that Governor Walker couldn't adopt his extremist policies and continue to hurt middle class and working families...And so we're going to be able to stop Governor Walker from being able to really continue to pursue those extremist policies. So ultimately we were at least in part successful [as the Senate is now controled by the Democrats].”

    Piers Morgan: “You keep calling him this great extremist who everyone apparently, is terrified of and everything else, but the reality is he won. And he won pretty convincingly. So the only people laying down, it would seem to everybody else, are the Democrats on this. So how are you claiming some kind of weird victory out of all this?”

    And, as always,

    Missing Headlines


    ACLU, Holder Attempt to Shut Down Voter ID Laws

    Former ACORN Director Gets Half Billion in Tax Dollars

    Club Gitmo Gets Makeover

    3 Elections to Curb Public Unions

    FHA Selling Bad Mortgages and Houses

    Who Are These Sons of Obama?

    Controversial Pastor Jeremiah Wright Claims Obama Bribed Him for Silence in 2008

    More White House Cronies Get More Taxpayer Money

    Real stories you probably have not seen reported.

    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview230.htm

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  • Conservative Review #229   posted 6/3/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    The articles this week:

    Forget Bain - Obama's public-equity record is the real scandal By Marc A. Thiessen

    Mia Love: black, conservative, Mormon, GOP House candidate from Utah By Chris Moody

    Left-Wing Media Fixation from Real Clear Politics

    Holder's Chutzpah by Thomas Sowell

    'Meaningful Work' by Thomas Sowell

    Pres. Obama's big advantage in the upcoming election By Bill O'Reilly

    Two, Three, Many Obamas

    The art of being Dr. Barack and Mr. Obama.

    By Victor Davis Hanson

    President Obama Is No Bill Clinton, But He Should Be By Bernie Marcus (co-founder of Home Depot)


    Missing Headlines

    The President Restricts Cellphones at Fundraisers

    The President Promises Obamacare II

    WH Celebrates Mrs. Obama on Memorial Day

    Even on Memorial Day, POTUS talks about himself

    Democrat Politicians Leaving the Party

    African Pastors Urge President to Reassess Gay Marriage

    Muslims Keep Killing Christians, Jews and Other Muslims

    Excellent Say What? And Watch This.

    Enjoy,

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview229.htm

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  • Conservative Review #228   posted 5/27/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Over the past few months, This Week’s Events are almost all linked Essentially, you get the headline here; if it gets your attention or you want to read more, you can click to get to the full story.

    Always good: Say What? By the Numbers; Watch this. A great set of articles this week:

    Vulture Capitalism? Try Obama's Version

    A profit-driven economy is preferable to one run by political favoritism.

    By Kimberley A. Strassel

    Obama spending binge never happened

    Commentary: Government outlays rising at slowest pace since 1950s

    By Rex Nutting

    Actually, the Obama spending binge really did happen By James Pethokoukis

    The stunning chart that shows the Obama spending binge really happened

    By James Pethokoukis

    Kukis Analyzes

    The facts about the growth of spending under Obama

    (The Washington Post Pinocchio test)

    by Glenn Kessler

    President Barack Obama's Complete List of Historic Firsts by Doug Ross

    The Power of Cool

    From Barack Obama to Mark Zuckerberg, cool buys exemption. By Victor Davis Hanson

    About that Catholic spring ...

    By Brent Bozell (a letter to the editor)

    Under Obama: 30 Worst Months of Employment in the Past 25 Years

    by Jeffrey H. Anderson

    Two years ago today: Obama celebrates Solyndra

    by Byron York

    Green Firms Get Fed Cash, Give Execs Bonuses, Fail

    By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

    More than you can read; and filled with excellent information.

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview228.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview228.pdf
  • Conservative Review #227   posted 5/20/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    CR was on vacation last week.

    Excellent Say What.

    Several stories not covered by the Obama Media Complex (which we should expect more and more of, as election day draw nigh).

    Of particular are two articles on how the Obama campaign is going after private citizens who donate money to Romney. This is unprecedented.

    Missing headlines are real stories of real events that the Obama Media Complex has no interest in:


    Missing Headlines


    Incarcerated felon gets 40% of the vote against Obama

    Obama Could Lose Arkansas in Primary

    Obama Supporters Go After Romney Donors

    Obama inserts himself into numerous presidential biographies on White House Site

    Was Jeremiah Wright offered money to keep quiet?

    Is Obama letting terrorists out of prison if they promise to be good?

    Billions in tax credits go to illegal aliens

    Military chaplains may have to void parts of the Bible to satisfy the federal government

    More than you can read; and filled with excellent information.


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  • CR was on vacation 5/13/12
  • Conservative Review #226   posted 5/6/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    In the news, there is Rock the Slut Vote; the real results of Obamacare, and several examples of dishonesty this week in government.


    In Say What? there are several notable quotes:

    Michelle Obama: "So believe me, Barack knows what it means when a family struggles..And we are blessed to have him."

    Michelle Obama at a fund-raiser: "My family, we lived in a little bitty apartment on the South Side of Chicago over my aunt's house [and] my mom still lives in that house to this day." Her mother lives in the White house.

    The always good for a quote, MSNBC’s Karen Finney on Life of Julia: "I would love to see the DNC or somebody follow up with a `Here's what life under the Romney-Ryan plan would be like for Julia'. She'd be in the grave by her mid-30s I can almost assure you."

    Nancy Pelosi in 2006 when unemployment was at 4.4%: "[President Bush has] the worst jobs record since the Great Depression."

    Rush Limbaugh: "The ideal citizen to Barack Obama is someone who is totally dependent on government, has no independent thought, and no independent life. Whatever is needed, there's something in Washington where you can go to get it."

    Mitt Romney figures out how to work the media in Ohio.

    Several stories about Julia, the fictional Obama character who can find all of her needs met by the government.

    How KSM was broken

    What is up with the unemployment numbers? What do they mean? What is this shrinking universe of jobs all about?

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  • Conservative Review #225   posted 4/29/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)  

    Say What? You probably heard the about the EPA head who figured that the best way to get oil companies to obey is to do what the Romans did—crucify the first 5 guys that you see, and the rest will take you seriously. Here’s one you have not heard: global warming explains why there are more home runs nowadays.


    The Senator James Inhofe gives several examples from the Senate floor of the EPA using their power of intimidation on companies which were not doing anything wrong.

    Are you aware of “Taxmaggeddon”? In January 2013, taxes will be raised to bring in about $500,000. This is the expiration of the Bush tax cuts, the marriage penalty tax will return, and several others. Our leaders will not act on this prior to an election—Democrats and Republicans both appear to be too gutless to do so. So, many of these may or may not be corrected during the lame duck session. That should work out well, don’t you think? Several articles on this, along with a few charts.

    The NY Times admits to schilling for Obama and hopes to do a better job. We’ll see; article is included.

    Just as John F. Kennedy was not too bad of a Democrat, Richard Nixon was a pretty lousy Republican. Although I personally thought that Watergate was overblown, Nixon’s price fixing and an enemy’s list were not. Guess what other president has an enemies list?

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  • Conservative Review #224   posted 3/22/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    In the Say What? column, there were many good ones this week. We have been very light on the conservative section in the past few weeks (apart from Rush), but there are a lot more from this week. As usual, there are the nutty things from the left:

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    Liberals:

    Michelle Obama: "This President has brought us out of the dark and into the light."Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.): "...when talking about seniors, seniors love getting junk mail. It's sometimes their only way of communicating or feeling like they're part of the real world."

    Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner: “...the president's policies were remarkably effective. if you look at this recovery and this -- the effectiveness, in recent memory, dramatically effective, at a much lower cost than people expected...this president's policies were extremely successful. if you look at the record of what we did and what other countries did, history will judge what he did as remarkably effective crisis management at a deeply dark time for the world economy.”

    A prayer guide found at PlannedParenthood.org, 40 Days of Prayer Supporting Women Everywhere, suggests these prayers: "We give thanks for the doctors who provide quality abortion care." and “We pray for a cloud of gentleness to surround every abortion facility." and “We pray for all the staff at abortion clinics around the nation. May they be daily confirmed in the sacred care that they offer women."

    Greta Van Susteren (who I think is a center right newscaster, but I am not positive about this), after hearing that Barbara Boxer said there has been graft and corruption in the GSA for decades, asked the simple question “When I heard her say that, I said, If there's a, quote, "history," if it goes back decades, what in the world were you all thinking as this was going on? History and decades? I mean, all these senators have been up there a long time...[and] they've known about this, apparently.”

    Celebrities:

    Film star Matt Damon: "I would kiss George W. Bush on the mouth for what he did on PEPFAR [AIDS work in Africa]. Three seconds. No tongue."Liberals from the past:

    President Obama, 2008: "If you don't have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare the voters. If you don't have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from. You make a big election about small things."Citizen Obama from Dreams from my Father: "With Lolo, I learned how to eat small green chill peppers raw with dinner (plenty of rice), and, away from the dinner table, I was introduced to dog meat (tough), snake meat (tougher), and roasted grasshopper (crunchy).”

    Obama: “They talk about me like I’m a dog.”

    Conservatives:

    WSJ’s James Freeman: “[Obama is] not responsible for any of these individual’s actions [like those from the GSA] but he’s the one making the case every day that government works and we need more of it; that is needs to be bigger...[but there are] repeated examples of how it doesn’t work, it’s too big, and it spends too much.” Charles Krauthammer: "[Obama] doesn`t want to talk about what he's done. He's had the longest over 8 percent unemployment since the Great Depression, he has had the slowest and most anemic recovery of any recession since the second World War. And he's accumulated in one term the greatest amount of debt, $5 trillion in galactic history. He can`t run on that so instead he's going to hold the ball over there, a shiny ball and say `look over here' so he doesn't have to speak about a record which has been an economic disaster."

    Dapandico (a reader of Weasel Zippers): “In a week, the media can find the hooker in Colombia but can't find [Obama’s] college records from Columbia.”

    From Short Takes:

    Are you curious as to whether someone has a reasonably opened mind? Ask their opinion of the Clinton balanced budgets. If they launch into a tirade about how the Democrats balanced the budget and how Bush messed it all up with 2 unpaid for wars, then this is a person you cannot reason with. If this person cannot give Clinton any credit at all, this person cannot be reasoned with. Whether you like or hate Bill Clinton, Dick Morris (his long-time advisor) and/or Newt Gingrich; you cannot appreciate having a balanced budget for 4 years in a row unless you give all 3 of these men credit. A balanced budget did not happen in a vacuum, nor was it the result of political enemies joining hands and singing Kumbayah together. This was the result of tough negotiations of 3 men who often savaged one another outside of this process, but were able to still work toward a common goal. Clinton did not promise to balance the budget; and yet, he worked with Gingrich to do so, at the advice of Dick Morris. Gingrich campaigned to balance the budget, but would have gone nowhere without Morris guiding Clinton. If you cannot give all 3 men some credit, you are unable to be objective when it comes to politics.

    Many excellent vids this week on Watch This:

    Hitler finds out that Obama ate his dog, fluffy.

    The real story behind the `Jefferson Bible'? David Barton shared it with Glen Beck on GBTV. David Barton is one of the great founding father historians.

    Congressman Allen West talking. Is there a teleprompter anywhere? Note cards? Anything? He is just talking?

    The best political ads I have seen; they are devastating. “I’m not going to make any Excuses” and “Obama’s favorite amendment” and “From Hope to Hypocrsy” and “Same Tired Rhetoric”

    Great articles this week:

    The 25 goofiest things said in the media about global warming.

    Sarah Palin, from Facebook, still making more sense than most Republicans.

    Here is a fascinating one: “Are We Headed Toward the Constitution or the Communist Manifesto? This Breakdown Tells You” by Tiffany Gabby. This is not nutty. Read it. We tend to think that socialism can only be brought about by a violent overthrow of the government; not true. All that has to be done is to legislate each and every plank of communist theory. That is not as difficult as you might think.

    The left is trying to shut down ALEC. What is ALEC?

    And one article from the fringe left—the fetus is a parasite, from the DailyKos.

    I admit, I had not heard of ALEC, but it is apparently a group of lawmakers who compare their approaches to implementing conservative policy. It is supported by some outside monies from several well-known companies. Instead of debating policies and ideas, the left has gone after the supporters with the intent of shutting down ALEC. This story is in this issue. As usual, this issue is packed with more than you can read. Most comments and stories have links, in case your interest is piqued.

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  • Conservative Review #223   posted 4/15/2012  (HTML)   (PDF
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    Last time, I meant to say, Conservative Review was on vacation last week (two weeks ago).


    In every issue, there are great graphics, such as the one below. President Obama has been saying over and over that we in the United States only have 2% of the world’s oil resources. This is a myth. Let me rephrase that; he is simply lying to us.

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    From Say What? This week....


    Liberals:


    President Barack Obama: “...part of my job is to scout out where I may want to bring Michelle back later for vacation.”


    Obama's campaign website: "The Buffett Rule would require everyone to pay their fair share - a key step to reduce the deficit and invest in what we need to grow and strengthen the economy. Mitt Romney's alternative is to give millionaires and billionaires trillions of dollars in tax breaks paid for by either increasing the deficit or by cutting programs critical to the middle class and economic growth." The Buffet rule might bring in $5 billion/year; that is 1-2 day’s deficit spending.


    Press secretary Jay Carney: "[N]o one ever suggested that implementing the Buffett Rule would contribute in large measure to reducing the deficit."


    President Obama when selling the Buffet rule last year, “We also stabilize our debt and deficits for the next decade.”


    Liberals from the past:


    Barack Obama 08/28/08: ”If you don’t have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from….You make a big election about small things.”


    DNC strategist and CNN analyst Hilary Rosen, in 2008, deriding Republican attacks against Michelle Obama: "You know essentially, you've taken on sort of the most sympathetic person in the candidate's realm, the wife, who is taking care of the children, supporting the husband, doing everything she can because she loves him."

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    President Obama: "If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon"







    Missing Headlines


    (these are headlines you should have seen but probably did not)

    Media Gets Nearly Everything Wrong on George Zimmerman

    15 Years and No Global Warming?

    Obama Commits to Cow Flatulence

    Eric Holder’s Vote Could Be Taken without an ID

    Obamacare Gives $500 Million to the IRS for Enforcement

    Teachers Union in NYC Gets those Charged with Sexual Misconduct Reinstated

    Buffet Rule Will Not Help Deficit

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  • Conservative Review #222   posted 4/8/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Conservative Review was on vacation last week.

    Under this week’s “Say What?” column, the mainstream media, Obama’s press corps, continues to lie, distort and mislead. Some examples include:

    Nina Totenberg, NPR: “And if you look at, if you look at the taxes paid today in brackets of about 20 thousand, you see that actually the people who pay the most are between $60,000 and $125,000. And then, and they pay about 30 percent in income, taxes across the board. It then starts to go down for people who make more than that. And, and this proposed budget would give all of the benies so to speaked to unearned income. Salaried people would be paying more and more, and unearned, and people who made a lot of money would be paying less and less.” Truth is not important to those who give us the news. She is either ignorant or she willfully misrepresents the facts.

    AP headline after disappointing March jobs report: “US job market takes a break after hiring binge” In almost every economic story featuring the President, there is a happy face put on the story.

    Paul Wiseman, AP economics writer: “Despite the pullback in March, the economy has added 858,000 jobs since December—the best four months of hiring in two years.” Which is false.

    CNBC guest, economist Mark Zandi, who has worked with the Obama administration: "The other thing I want to point out, and you know, I'm trying to find some silver linings in the data. It's obviously not positive, but one other silver lining is that you'll notice that the job losses in state and local government is starting to moderate. And I think that's a real trend. You know, there are more layoffs coming, but the worst of the layoffs are behind us. And that's also going to be a significant positive going forward. That's a big negative, that's going to be less of a negative."

    What is actually true and what is actually false does not appear to be an issue to those reporting the news today.

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    Great articles, including one by Michelle Malkin which could have been entitled, “Democrats Green War on Science.”

    Also, all the Obama numbers, politifact on Obama’s Supreme Court statements, and the Battle for America.

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  • No issue for 4/2/2012; CR was on vacation.
  • Conservative Review #221   posted 3/25/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    Two radically different visions for America: Walter E. Williams describes our descent into the nanny state and letter from Obama-lover asks for more of it.


    One of the stories in this issue covers the half-truths of Obama’s recent energy speeches:

     Half-truth #1: Oil production is the highest it has been in eight years. The increased production of oil and gas in the U.S. is largely a product of increased production on private land. The Administration could have encouraged much bigger gains by providing access to federal land.

     Half-truth #2: Increasing oil production takes too long and would not impact the market for at least a decade. The sooner we make investments in domestic energy, the sooner those benefits will be realized. And with some serious reforms, some of this oil can reach the market in much less than a decade.

     Half-truth #3: Oil is not enough. America has only 2 percent of the world's oil reserves. President Obama frequently uses this number to push federal investments in alternative sources of energy that cannot stand the test of the market. The reality is that he uses this number deceptively.

     Half-truth #4: Oil is not enough. The country needs an "all-of-the-above" approach to reduce its dependence on oil. While a familiar refrain from the President, it is a line that too often translates into wasteful subsidies for pet energy projects. A market-based strategy is the only all-of-the-above approach.

     Half-truth #5: Speculators are driving up the price of gas, and they need to be reined in. While the President tries to blame the market, he ignores the power of supply and demand. By removing roadblocks to domestic energy production, the President can ensure that there is a healthy supply of American energy on the market, keeping prices competitive.


    The same author offers quick and simple solutions to our high gas problems (but they did not offer my solution from last issue).

    One of the features is This Week’s Events. Originally, I began this section with a few high profile stories, which would set the stage for the issue. However, over the past year, I have expanded this section to include a blurb on the big stories you know about and the big stories that you do not know about. Most of these stories are linked to a more extensive coverage of that particular event, if it catches your attention.

    My favorite feature in most issues is Say What? Every week, this is a new set of quotations; most liberals saying stupid and/or vicious things and conservatives saying profound things...however, when it gets turned around, I include those as well. This column is also shared on Flopping Aces as well.

    Let me also commend A Little Bias to you, where I give concrete examples of the press covering for Obama and trashing Republicans. Two examples from this week:

    Jon Corzine looks like he might be responsible for the missing millions of dollars from his company MF Global. Bloomberg's report identifies Corzine as a Democrat in its fourteenth paragraph. There was no mention of his party affiliation in the Associated Press, United Press International, MarketWatch.com, and CNBC. It is likely that no new agency identified Corzine as an Obama bundler. If a Republican does wrong, that word Republican will be in the title of the story or in the first paragraph.

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    The AP does a story on high gas prices and they interview many people on the street, who all seem to have one thing in common: in their opinion, it’s not Obama’s fault. What are the chances that you would interview, say, 10 random people, and all of them agree that high gas prices cannot be controlled at all by the president?

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    Every issue is filled with links to excellent articles, such as this list of economic changes since Obama has become president. It is up-to-date and linked to unimpeachable resources.

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    The two accurate versions of the prophetic Paul Harvey “If I were the devil...”

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  • Conservative Review #220   posted 3/18/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Under Watch This: This is a great, common sense video, that is short, and should be sent to those people who have an common sense about money.

    Under Short Takes, I will explain in one simple paragraph how Obama or any other president can exercise a great deal of control over gas prices in the United States. I’m not talking about $2.50/gallon either...much less than that. And I’ll provide proof that it can be done. It’s simple. It does not take a genius to come up with this. This is not the plan you heard from Newt...or from anyone else.

    There is an article by Sarah Palin in here. I am sure you have very strong feelings about her. Just read the article; pretend that you do not know who wrote it, and see if you agree or disagree. As I have said on several occasions, I find myself disagreeing with all of the Republican candidates but not with Palin for some time now. Even liberals are going to agree with about half of what she says, if not more.

    From Say What?

    Dennis Miller on the economy: “Everybody knows it’s crap.”

    Cal Thomas on women voting as a monolithic block: “Anyone who thinks that women can be controlled is not married to one.” [quoted from memory]

    Rush Limbaugh: "You can go back and look at any liberal social program you want. You can look at the Great Society, the War on Poverty, AFDC, food stamps -- any program -- and it always costs far more than what we're told when the legislation is signed."

    Jodi Miller: “A California teacher was placed on leave after she was discovered to have appeared in online porn videos. Just another day in Bill Clinton Middle School.”


    From Missing Headlines (these are things that happened this week, and the Obama Media Complex simply ignores most of these):

    New Republican Budget Plan; Will Reid Let Senate Debate it?

    80% of Green Energy Loans Go to Obama Supporters

    Obamacare—We Now Must Pay for Abortions

    Cee Lo Green sings “F___ You” at Obama Fundraiser

    No Global Warming for 17 Years

    The President Can Lower Gas Prices

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  • Conservative Review #219   posted 3/11/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Have you noticed what is not discussed at all by the media? The actual content of what Sandra Fluke had to say. This is not examined, criticized, debated; and when she shows up on 8 different shows, no one asks her a difficult question (you would think that she is candidate Obama).

    In this issue are several articles on the actual content of what Ms.Fluke had to say, which is far more important than the phoney controversies of the uncivil right or of the Republican “War on Women.” Whereas, these two topics of discussion represent brilliant jujitsu by the Democratic party, they also reveal a total lack of depth and the continued bias of the Obama Media Complex (ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, the Washington Post, the New York Times, etc.). Even FoxNews spent more time on the Rush-Fluke controversy than it did on the content of what Fluke said (although they did cover that as well).

    There are several articles in this issue specifically on Ms.Fluke’s testimony and what the aim is of the Democratic party. One article concludes:

    Cathy Cleaver Ruse: "Should Ms. Fluke give up a cup or two of coffee at Starbucks each month to pay for her birth control, or should Georgetown give up its religion? Even a first-year law student should know where the Constitution comes down on that."

    Great videos this week. Code Pink, 3 strong, go into a bank and take their tops off and chant. Some occupy feminist group sing a song demanding that (1) they are given free contraception and (2) that the government stays away from their uteri. And several videos from people who don’t behave as if they are on medication.

    Say What? is always good. People this week had a lot to say on both sides of the aisle. This section runs several pages. Here are 3 quotes from one man:

    Rush Limbaugh: "When Obama's stimulus bill passed there were 12.5 million unemployment persons. Obama spent over a trillion dollars to lose an additional 0.3 million jobs. That's almost as impressive as awarding $10 million to some outfit to create a 50-dollar light bulb."

    Rush Limbaugh: "There was a Reuters report from yesterday: 'US Jobless Claims Rise, But Labor Market Healing -- More people applied for unemployment checks, but the labor market is healing.' Healing! Do you think you would ever get a definition like that of 'healing' with a Republican in the White House? 'Jobless Claims Rise; Country Going to Hell,' would be the headline if George W. Bush were in the Oval Office."

    Rush Limbaugh: "There is nothing President Obama has done that does not expand government's power and its control. Not a single thing. Everything he has done expands government power and government control. Every single thing. And that cannot be an accident."

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #218   posted 3/4/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Why are gas prices so high? Explained in this issue; and it is probably not why you think they are high.


    This week’s news stories are all real news; some things you know about, and many news items you will not see reported. These stories are hyperlinked if you want to follow them out.

    Missing headlines: (these are real stories)

    CALIF offers Volt Rebate; Volt Production Shut Down

    A123 System—One More Obama Green Boondoggle

    Abound Solar—One More Obama Green Boondoggle

    World Temperatures Now Cooling

    Years of Freezing Weather Ahead for Britain, Because of Global Warming

    Use Contraceptives to Stop Global Warming

    Transgender Treatments and Abortions Free to Illegal Aliens

    Ben and Jerry to Pay for Occupy Protestors

    Nigerian Muslims about to Declare War on Christians

    Say What? is always good. People had a lot to say on both sides of the aisle.

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #217   posted 2/26/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    I am not sure if you have noticed, but Ron Paul runs ads which attack Gingrich and Santorum, but not Romney. In debates, Paul will say nasty things about Gingrich and Santorum, but not about Romney. Well, now we know why....in this issue.


    For those of you who are liberal; or for you liberal friends; copy, paste and email “15 Questions the Mainstream Media Would Ask Barack Obama if He were a Republican.”


    I’ve got a rather rambling article in there about Jews in the end times, according to Biblical prophecy; and how that might be duplicated (not fulfilled) in our lifetime. If you don’t believe in the Bible, you could skip this story.

    Say What? is always good. People talked a lot this past week.

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #216   posted 2/19/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    The short version is, Media Matters, a tax-exempt media group, has had weekly conferences with upper level White House staff, has essentially written stories for MSNBC, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and for several columnists, and has plotted to investigate the personal lives of on-air and behind-the-scenes personnel for FoxNews. The Daily Caller has been doing a series of stories on this evil, corrupt organization.

    From By the Numbers:

    Deficit spending during Obama's four years in the White House (based on his own figures) will be an estimated $5.170 trillion. If you take our deficit spending under Obama and divide it evenly among the roughly 300 million American citizens, that works out to just over $17,000 per person - or about $70,000 for a family of four.

    I will admit that, when I first saw the Occupy movement, I had a difficult time figuring out how they could be used effectively by the Obama campaign. To me they were too nutty and repulsive to make a difference. However, Chuck Todd, in covering an Occupy protest at a Santorum event telegraphs how the occupiers will be covered by the news. Great catch by John Nolte of Big Journalism.

    Dick Morris saw the “contraception debate” the same way that I did; orchestrated and set up a month ago.

    There is an Obama budget out and the House is making up a budget themselves. Did you know what happened last time we have 2 such budgets? Everyone voted down Obama’s budget and the House budget almost passed. Harry Reid may not even allow these budgets to be voted on this time.

    Say What? is always good. People talked a lot this past week.

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #215   posted 2/12/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    This week’s issue is pretty amazing. Do you realize that we have no picture of who Obama was in college, in his formative years, apart from what he has written about himself? In this issue is an interview from someone who claims to know Barry from college. Now, I have no idea how legitimate this is; but then, I had no idea how legitimate the Herman Cain accusers were (although it was an amazing coincidence that one of them lived in the same building as David Axelrod).

    Washington Post article on the Obama budget; even though WaPo leans way left, this seems to be a reasonable article.

    Also, just when you figured there was no more Obama brainwashing in our grammar schools, think again. Some teachers took Black History Month as an excuse to tout the greatness that is Obama. Excellent rap which they required their 5 year old students to memorize.


    By the Numbers

    The American public's dependence on the federal government increased by shot up by 23% in just two years under President Obama, with 67 million now relying on some federal program.

     Year   Money Spend on Dependence Programs

    1962             28.3%

    1990             48.5%

    2003             68.3%

    2010             70.5%

    Americans who rely on government receive an average $32,748 worth of benefits, surpassing the average American's disposable personal income of $32,446. And the reason we should work is...?

    54% of Americans ages 18 to 24 currently have jobs. That's the lowest employment rate for this age group since the government began keeping track in 1948. 62% who had jobs in 2007.

    Last year, a federal program paid out $1.6 billion to cover free cell phones and the monthly bills of 12.5 million wireless accounts. This is about double of what it was in 2008. Why are we doing this at all?

    President Barack Obama's budget request to Congress on Monday will forecast a deficit of $1.33 trillion in fiscal year 2012 and will include hundreds of billions of dollars of proposed infrastructure spending. The projected deficit is higher than the $1.296 trillion deficit in 2011 and also slightly higher than a roughly $1.15 trillion projection released by the Congressional Budget Office last week.

    Global warming enthusiast Prof Phil Jones recently flew 20,000 miles to Tahiti and back to preach about global warming. He has flown more than 250,000 miles in the past 5 years to preach about the dangers of global warming. The boffin's fuel-burning flights mean his carbon footprint is so big it would take 95 acres of trees a year to absorb it all, according to Government figures. He is being a whole lot smarter flying to warm places rather than into cities in the north covered with snow.

    In 2008, unions spent $300,000,000 to help Obama get elected.

    Planned Parenthood makes $164 million per year performing abortions.

    27% of prisoners released from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba re-engaged in terrorist or insurgent activities, according to a report by Republicans on a House Armed Services subcommittee.

    100,000 Christians have fled Egypt since Arab Spring and Islamists rise to power.

    The Obama campaign put 5,000 ads into 25 swing-state markets Jan. 19-25,. That's about 33 ads daily in each television market. They were to combat ads put out by Americans for Prosperity, an independent group backed by oil barons Charles and David Koch. Their ad attacked Obama over the failed clean energy company Solyndra, which went bankrupt after receiving government loans.

    Movieguide identified 91 movies in 2011 that scored high in "conservative/moral categories" and they earned an average of $59 million apiece. On the other hand, it identified 105 movies that scored high in "liberal/leftist categories," and each of those titles earned an average of just $11 million.
  • Say What? is always good.

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview215.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview215.pdf

  • Conservative Review #214   posted 2/5/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    From By the Numbers:

    The president devoted just 189 words to the deficit and our growing national debt in his state of the union speech.

    We borrow 32 cents out of every $1 we spend. Our national debt now tops $15.2 trillion.

    The unfunded liabilities of Social Security and Medicare increases our total indebtedness to over $120 trillion.

    For the official national debt, every man, woman and child in America owes $48,700.

    Add in the unfunded liabilities of Social Security and Medicare, and every one of us owes $189,000.


    Missing Headlines


    Massive Cold Snap in Eastern Europe

    A Decade Without Global Warming

    Groups Pushing to Fire Weathermen who do not Tow the Global Warming Line

    CBO Predicts Financial Armageddon in U.S.

    Occupy Groups Attack Right-to-Life Marches using Alinsky Tactics

    Occupy LA Supports Iran Bomb

    Several articles, such as, Why I’ll Pull the Lever for Romney.

    We hear over and over how the economy is improving; that what Obama has done is working. Blogger David asks, “If the Economy is Improving, then why....?”

    If the economy is getting better, then why did new home sales in the United States hit a brand new all-time record low during 2011?

    If the economy is getting better, then why are there 6 million less jobs in America today than there were before the recession started?

    If the economy is getting better, then why is the average duration of unemployment in this country close to an all-time record high?

    Along with many other questions.

    Two articles by Thomas Sowell.

    Why We Don’t Need to Worry About Global Warming; signed by several prominent scientists.

    Say What? is always good.

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview214.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview214.pdf
  • Conservative Review #213  posted 1/29/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)

    Did you know that there were 10's of thousands of demonstrators in Washington D.C. this past week; but the media did not cover it. What was it and why was it ignored?

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    Many excellent quotations in Say What? from this past week. Wolf Blitzer: “Congressman Paul. You said the U.S. should talk to everyone. Imagine you're in the Oval Office, you speak to Raul Castro on the phone. What would you say to him?” Ron Paul: “Well ... I'd ask him what he called about, you know?”

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    15 Questions the media would ask Barack Obama, if he were a Republican:


    1) Numerous Mexican citizens and an American citizen have been killed with weapons knowingly provided to criminals by our own government during Operation Fast and Furious. If Eric Holder was aware that was going on, do you think he should step down as Attorney General? Were you aware that was going on and if so, shouldn't you resign?


    2) In 2010 you said Solyndra, which gave your campaign a lot of money, was "leading the way toward a brighter and more prosperous future." Today, Solyndra is bankrupt and the taxpayers lost $500 million on loans that your administration was well aware might never be paid off when you made them. What do you say to people who say this is evidence of corruption in your administration?


    But, he is a Democrat, so no one asks these questions; or the other 13 found in this issue. Plus, another few that I added.

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    Great article on the FNMA and FHLMC debacle, and what happened; who tried to reform them and who stopped the reforms. Here is a portion of that article:

    Fannie and Freddie were the first to collapse. The big private players who had played ball with them shortly followed.

    President George Bush tried SEVENTEEN TIMES to reform Fannie and Freddie when there was actually a chance to do something. Go back to what the New York Times stated in 2003:

    WASHINGTON, Sept. 10- The Bush administration today recommended the most significant regulatory overhaul in the housing finance industry since the savings and loan crisis a decade ago.

     

    Under the plan, disclosed at a Congressional hearing today, a new agency would be created within the Treasury Department to assume supervision of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored companies that are the two largest players in the mortgage lending industry.

     

    The new agency would have the authority, which now rests with Congress, to set one of the two capital-reserve requirements for the companies. It would exercise authority over any new lines of business. And it would determine whether the two are adequately managing the risks of their ballooning portfolios.

    Republicans were demonized for "deregulation" by the dishonest Democrat Party machine. But they TRIED to regulate what needed to be regulated. Democrats stopped them.Many Republicans like John McCain literally begged Democrats to do something before it was too late. But Democrats threatened to filibuster any bill that in any way prevented Fannie and Freddie from continuing the reckless economy-killing policies. Conservative economists such as Peter Wallison had been predicting the Fannie and Freddie boondoggles would cause an economic collapse since at least 1999. Wallison had warned back then:

    In moving, even tentatively, into this new area of lending, Fannie Mae is taking on significantly more risk, which may not pose any difficulties during flush economic times. But the government-subsidized corporation may run into trouble in an economic downturn, prompting a government rescue similar to that of the savings and loan industry in the 1980's.

     

    "From the perspective of many people, including me, this is another thrift industry growing up around us," said Peter Wallison a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. "If they fail, the government will have to step up and bail them out the way it stepped up and bailed out the thrift industry."

    But rigid opposition from Democrats - especially Democrats like Senator Barack Obama - who took more campaign money from Fannie and Freddie and dirty crony capitalism outfits like corrupt Lehman Bros. than ANYONE in his short Senate stint - prevented any "hope and change" of necessary reform from saving the US economy.The timeline is clear: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were giant behemoths that began to stagger under their own corrupt weight, as even the New York Times pointed out:

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are so big - they own or guarantee roughly half of the nation's $12 trillion mortgage market - that the thought that they might falter once seemed unimaginable. But now a trickle of worries about the companies, which has been slowly building for years, has suddenly become a torrent.


    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview213.htm
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview213.pdf
  • Conservative Review #212  posted 1/22/2012  (HTML)   (PDF) From this Week’s Events: so, did you hear how the ozone hole over the North Pole is being aggravated by cold temperatures?

    Do you know about the various green companies that are getting federal dollars and then going belly up?  And President Obama has more money to give them.  And how many people are reporting on this from the mainstream media (the Obama Media Complex): one (1) person.

    Did you know that 3/4ths of the Egyptian Congress is now in the hands of Islamists?  Remember being told by the brilliant media sources that the Muslim Brotherhood makes up only 10%, so we don’t need to worry about them in the election.

    Under Say What? did you know there are a dozen people accusing the Republicans of all sorts of racism, just this week alone.  Or did you hear this brilliant quote this week?  "We're smart enough to elect our own leaders but we're not smart enough to pick our own light bulbs."

    Do you know why Rick Perry pulled out of the race?  I’ve got a pretty good idea.

    One of my favorite columns is By The Numbers which has the following information:

    When President Obama took office, 32 million people were on food stamps.  Now 46 million are on food stamps.

    The Keystone XL pipeline will be 1700 miles of pipeline.  There is about 25,000 miles of pipeline already in the sand hills, which is the area that of concern to the Obama administration.  It would be impossible to estimate just how much natural gas pipeline is laid throughout the United States, as there is so much that brings natural gas into your house.

    There has been an 80% drop in news coverage of the economy from July 2011 to January 2012

    68 of Obama's top 350 bundlers in the upcoming 2012 election have already snagged high-status jobs in the administration.

    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview212.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview212.pdf
  • Conservative Review #211  posted 1/15/2012  (HTML)   (PDF

    Under “By the Numbers” this week:

    President Obama is set up to borrow $6.5 trillion in his 4-year term, which is more than all of presidents from Washington to Clinton combined (over a period of 200 years). However, to be fair, the president has been talking about merging 6 federal agencies, to streamline the government. This will save taxpayers as much as $3 billion over a period of 10 years. I think the theory here is, the president does not figure you grasp the difference. Sure, he is borrowing a lot of money over here, but then he is also cutting a lot of money over there. So, here are some numbers you can understand. Your husband (or wife) just ran up your credit card debt $162,500 this year alone, but, don’t worry, because he (or she) has a plan that will save your family $30 a year! So, the spouse has run up over $160,000 in debt, but will make up for it by skipping Starbucks for a month.

    I’ve also begun to link up the headline news, so you can explore an article if it catches your interest:

    Here’s the list so far (according to CBS): Solyndra, Beacon Power, Evergreen Solar, SpectraWatt, and AES' subsidiary Eastern Energy are all Green Energy programs which have received billions from taxpayers by way of Obama, and are in bankruptcy. Nevada GeoThermal, SunPower, First Solar, and 4 other companies are in serious financial trouble.

    On the White House website, there is a graph that makes Obama’s spending look small compared to Bush’s. It is a lie. Almost everything about this partisan graph is a lie. The graph and explanation are included in this issue of CR.

    Occupy D.C. is resulting in a rat problem. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has decided that pest control personnel relocate the rats across the Potomac River. As far as I can tell, he was not speaking metaphorically.

    Still always more than you can read. Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview211.htm
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview211.pdf
  • Conservative Review #210  posted 1/8/2012  (HTML)   (PDF)   I took a week off, but since the 1st, nobody can stop talking—particularly not President Obama.  As Kimberly Guilfoyls’s child said, “That man is always talking.”  In fact, everyone, after taking a week off, had a lot to say.  Extensive Say What column this week. 

    Who’s to blame for so much of the wealth distribution?  The elderly? 

    Great charts and cartoons, as always, like the chart below:  You won’t hear the news discussing these numbers for the next year.

    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview210.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview210.pdf
  • Conservative Review #209  posted 12/24/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  I wasn’t sure if I was going to do an issue this week, but the quotations were great (Say What) and there were several outstanding articles.

    Several excellent articles by Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Thomas Sowell.

    Here is one of the many links.  Simply answer 11 questions, and USA Today will tell you which candidate you are most like.  This is for Democrats and Republicans (Obama and all the Republican candidates are there).  When I answered these carefully, I was not surprised at the results; but I was surprised to find that I agreed about 60% with my top 3 candidates.

    New bad lip readings; these are hilarious!  Newt Gingrich; “Rick James knows what I like; hip parties with elephant money”

    Plus it is filled with all kinds of stories that are not in the mainstream press.  Did you know that, during all of the arguing in Congress this past week, they passed a $1 trillion spending bill with no cuts and lots of pork and earmarks?  Ignored by the media.  Fast & Furious appears to be a plot for gun control and only CBS news has a reporter on it (I guess they are keeping their other reporters in reserve in case Sarah Palin suddenly jumps into the race).

    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview209.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview209.pdf
  • Conservative Review #208  posted 12/18/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   The President told us this week that, he had no idea how terrible the economic situation was.  Rush Limbaugh, even before Obama took office, said that Obama would say this.  And, just in case you did not recall, there are quotations and stories from 2009 saying that the economy was as bad or nearly as bad as the Great Depression.

    Lots of other quotes as well in Say What.

    There are stories you have not heard.  You may recall Solyndra.  There is another story out there where money is being funneled to another Green company advised by an Obama supporter.  This won’t be in your newspaper.  It won’t be on TV.

    There is a new young writer out there, a 20 year old gal, who wants to be the next Ann Coulter.  Judge for yourselves; there is a story by her in this paper.

    Senator McCain discusses the HUGE spending bill which was introduced to the floor and passed the same day.  My guess is, they hope that you would get this bill mixed up with the other bill that Congress passed.  There are very few stories on the omnibus spending bill.  Just McCain railing against it on the Senate floor.  Both Democrats and Republicans passed this spending bill.  McCain didn’t vote for it, however.

    Great issue this week; I may or may not write an issue next week.

    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview208.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview208.pdf
  • Conservative Review #207  posted 12/11/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  One of the columns of this review is “News Before it Happens.”  Rush Limbaugh, some time ago, said the only explanation for “Operation Fast and Furious” was a concerted effort by the left to get guns into the hands of violent people, and then use that in order to push for gun legislation.  Sounds pretty crazy, right?  Pretty paranoid?  Emails surfaced this week, reported on by the only reporter actually investigating “Operation Fast and Furious;” and that is the plan of the government.  The left has lost their argument against strong controls over the 2nd Amendment; so now, they have pulled this!

    60 Minutes had a show on the economic collapse and why no one has been arrested and tried?  If there is all of this evil occurring on Wall Street, why is it, 3 years later, that NO ONE is held accountable.

    Now and again, Rush Limbaugh breaks some important news on his show.  Here is something you never heard about: rapid re-scores used to qualify people who should not have been given a home loan.  The Mortgage company would contact the credit bureau and send in “correction letters” which would, for a few hours, negate the information on the credit report, and turn a 600 point score to a 700 point score.  Then they would close the loan and the score would later revert to its normal level.  I heard no reporting on this whatsoever.  However, this is another key to how all of these high-risk borrowers got loans.

    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview207.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview207.pdf
  • Conservative Review #206  posted 12/4/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  A few weeks ago, I made the observation that the goofy trends in education had resulted in these Occupy Wall Street types; they are unrealistic and unfocused, which is what our present educational system has done to them.  This past week, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Adam Carolla (of all people) make the same observations.

    Say What? is always good; and there were so many instances of news bias, it was impossible to include them all.

    I realize that, the extreme slanting of the news is a constant theme of conservatives, but it is always worth noting.  I also suggest some stories that, as a voter, you would like to see, but you won’t—not on television and not in the NY Times or in the Washington Post.

    Here is a section you may like; headlines that you won’t find in your newspaper:

    Missing Headlines
    The GM Recovery is a Scam.
    Obama Continues to Pour Money into the Green Money Hole to his Supporters
    Huge Secret Bailout from the Fed to Europe; Another Bailout in the Works
    Rnad Paul Stands up Against Detention Provision in Defense Bill and Defeats it
    President Warms Congress about Christmas Vacation while Setting up 17-Day Vacation in Hawaii
    California to be a Sanctuary State?
    Obama and Newt’s Economic Visions Contrasted
    The Different Ways that Obama and Newt See the World
    How Gingrich and Obama See the Constitution Differently
    Newt’s Plan for Recovery; Obama’s Plan for Recovery
    Newt’s Record versus Obama’s Record
    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview206.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview206.pdf
  • Conservative Review #205  posted 11/27/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) A shorter issue than usual.  Still, there were a lot of people talking; especially liberals, many of whom took the Thanksgiving holiday as an opportunity to attempt to convert.

    Great article on how the media is trying to rewrite history right now about OWS.

    Another article about how the more that government does for us, the less freedom that we have.

    Two Thomas Sowell pieces.  You don’t think Obama can win?  The media in 4 days took down Herman Cain.

    Still always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview205.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview205.pdf
  • Conservative Review #204  posted 11/20/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  As with most issues, there is a lot of great material in this issue.  However, this is a particularly vital issue because I offer a solution for the housing market and FNMA and FHLMC which no one has thought of before.  This is unique; you will read this solution nowhere else.  This is a no-cost solution to this problem and it is a brilliant solution (and I have another solution for Detroit rattling around in my brain as well—some day, I will put it to paper).

    There is another issue getting some media play and well worth investigating.  Did you know that Senators et about a 12% return on their stock investments?  How are they this good?  Why aren’t they Wall Street investors.  If you don’t know about this, this is one of the most important stories of our time.  It’s standard procedure in Washington D.C. and has been going on for decades.

    There are at least 2 stories out there that should have been pursued with regards to the Occupy Wall Street movement; however, no journalist seems to have covered these logical stories.  Why?  Do journalists today just write about what they are told to write about?  Do none of them have any real interest in the stories that they cover?

    Excellent “Say What?” And “By the Numbers.” Also, you are probably unaware of about half of the news items mentioned; they often go unreported.  Or, read the missing headlines and ask yourself if you heard about any of these stories.

    Always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview204.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview204.pdf

  • Conservative Review #203  posted 11/13/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) Did you know that Herman Cain’s most visible accuser lives in a city that Cain has never lived in (Chicago), has serious financial problems, and just happens to live in the same building as David Axelrod?  There have already been over a 100 stories on Cain in less than 2 weeks on this scandal; how many stories have you seen on the women?  Is it reasonable to ask if they have anything to gain by this?

    There are always a number of great videos posted, like this one:

    Obama, Occupy Wall Street, and the TEA party movement; great vid:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P7uuPCWXng

    Great articles by Coulter and Sowell.  Others you have not seen anywhere else.

    Excellent “Say What?” And “By the Numbers.”

    Always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview203.htm


    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview203.pdf
  • Conservative Review #202  posted 11/6/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Many people have done articles on our economy and why we are where we are.  What happened in 2008 can be easily explained, but it is slightly more complex than the bumper sticker approach, “It is Bush’s fault.”  Investor’s Business Daily uses some released documents to confirm what I wrote a year or so ago.

    A lot of articles on Herman Cain and how the media has covered similar scandals in the past.  This includes a complete list of those women who accused Clinton of sexual indiscretions.  How many do you think there were?  3?  4?

    Excellent “Say What?” And “By the Numbers.”

    Always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview202.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview202.pdf

  • Conservative Review #201  posted 10/30/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   Conservative Review #201

    A lot of nutty things are said by the occupiers; they are found in “Say What?”

    There is a good video about them as well, under “Watch This!”

    Paul Ryan’s speech (or a link to listen to it); great Peggy Noonan article, the 15 jobs bills which have already been passed and are sitting in the Senate—no one is talking about them, not Obama, not Harry Reid, not Nancy Pelosi, and certainly not the press.  This is a coalition to make it seem as though no one is doing anything except Obama.

    Some surprising Muslim statistics.

    I had a liberal on Flopping Aces who was upset at my “Say What?” column.  He was challenged to put together a list of brilliant things said by liberals and stupid things said by conservatives—over the past week.  I doubt that he can rise to the challenge.  I do everything I can to properly pass along what was really said in “Say What?”  I do not attempt to take quotes out of context or to misrepresent what is said.  If you read nothing else, you should read this column.  If you don’t think the press is one arm of the Democratic party, read what they are saying about Herman Cain this week.  Any conservative who is up in the polls will always ben hammered by the press.  The term I hear is, they are attempting to “Palinize” Cain.

    Always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview201.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview201.pdf

  • Conservative Review #200  posted 10/23/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)Extensive “Say What?” this week.  People had a lot to say.

    Several articles on the 9-9-9 plan of Herman Cain, including one of the poor and 9-9-9

    Obama, the Venture Socialist.

    Reasons why we conservatives want a Cain-Obama debate.

    News you may not have heard yet.

    Compare the press on Herman Cain versus the press on Obama.  It is a stark contrast.

    Always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview200.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview200.pdf
  • Conservative Review #199  posted 10/16/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) Do you know who supports the Wall Street occupiers?  The Supreme Leader of Iran; Hugo Chavez, the American Nazi Party and the Communist Party of the U.S.A.  Are you hearing about this?  Did you know that this is not just a world-wise movement, but they have the same slogans in pretty much every city.

    Did you know anything about Kaiser, the Obama fund-raising bundler, who also is knee-deep in Solyndra?  He hasn’t paid taxes either.

    Some of the major criticisms of Herman “Citizen” Cain’s 9-9-9 plan discussed.

    Wonderful “Say What?” as usual.

    Always more than you can read.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview199.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview199.pdf
  • Conservative Review #198  posted 10/9/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Wonderful “Say What?” as usual.

    Lots of stuff on the Wall Street protestors.

    Great vids, including Bad Lip Reading (you will enjoy them no matter where you stand politically)

    Do you know about the Honest Budget Act?  Obama Media Complex might be keeping that a secret.  Do you know the games being played with Obama’s “Jobs Plan”?

    This issue is packed.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview198.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview198.pdf
  • Conservative Review #196  posted 9/25/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) Let me warn you that I’ve been a Herman Cain supporter for quite a long while now; but I tried not to let this slant this week’s issue very much.  He just won the Florida Straw Poll; how many interviews have you seen with Herman Cain?  

    Excellent Say what? as always. Every time I think they can’t say any more, they think of new absurdities to blather on about.  Did you hear Obama talk about “Intercontinental railroads” or his rousing speech to the Black Caucus and friends?

    Do you know just how much Solandra pissed away?  More money than the Stimulus Bill gave to 35 states for their highways, roads and bridges.  

    This issue is packed.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview196.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview196.pdf
  • Conservative Review #195  posted 9/18/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #195

    Excellent Say what? as always.  There is a lot of news this week which you may not have heard about.

    Several articles, including Thomas Sowell back to the Future, Parts I, II and III (Sowell knows economic history, which he makes fascinating).  Also, two articles from the other side (an atheist and an angry leftist), so you can see what is on their collective minds.

    Great issue.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview195.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview195.pdf

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    There was no new Conservative Review last week.  I was on vacation.
  • Conservative Review #194  posted 9/4/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Excellent Say what? as always.  There is a lot of news this week which you may not have heard about.

    Several articles, including Thomas Sowell, Byron York, and one who suggests that both the left and the right should worry about what Palin is saying.  Whether or not she is electable, she still gets the crowds and she has a lot to say that neither establishment likes. Do you think that media attacks from the left and the right are simply coincidental?

    Very perceptive article about Obama and American exceptionalism, and how he doesn’t get it. 

    It is all in this week’s issue and lots more.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview194.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview194.pdf
  • Conservative Review #193  posted 8/28/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Excellent Say what? This week, with many pages of quotes. When there are 2 disasters, liberals can say almost anything they want, and nearly no one will report it.

    I wrote a fairly straightforward article on recessions, and we know what works and what doesn’t.  It is not completely partisan; some Democrats got it right and some Republicans got it wrong.  However, the principles are the same.

    A number of excellent articles by Sowell, and Steve Moore. Also, as I often do, I have included a couple of articles with which I disagree—Rove and Keller.

    It is all in this week’s issue and lots more.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview193.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview193.pdf
  • Conservative Review #191  posted 8/14/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   I wrote an article with a few Biblical references up front.  Don’t let that frighten you off.  This article has a lot of important issues in it that we need to consider.  This article deals with one of the fundamental problems in the US and Europe.

    Say What? is always good, which is one of the most consistently read columns on Flopping Aces.  This is new stuff that they say every week.

    Great stories by Sowell, O’Reilly, along with two great speeches, one by a Democrat and the other by a Republican.

    It is all in this week’s issue and lots more.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview191.htm


    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview191.pdf
  • Conservative Review #190  posted 8/7/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Of course, there are a lot of quotes about the debt ceiling compromise and about the political chess of this compromise.  Dems got Republicans to go back on their promise to work in the light of day and to put the bill out for 3 days before voting on it.

    There are all kinds of problems out there.  Lowest percentage of workers in 28 years; FNMA wants more money; post office is broke, and we’ve been downgraded.

    The press is becoming more and more transparent in their support of the president.

    Also some great articles: Thomas Sowell on the poor, Karl Rove on a failed business, and how Calvin Coolidge beat his recession.

    It is all in this week’s issue and lots more.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview190.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview190.pdf
  • Conservative Review #189  posted 7/31/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) Have you heard of the Connie Mack’s Penny Plan?  Freeze the federal budget, reduce it for 1% a year, and, in a few years, we have a balanced budget.  Rand Paul supports it, so you know, it must be that nutty TEA party, thinking that we ought to curb federal spending.  Their ideas are so radical and so extreme.

    Were you aware that all of these proposed $3 and $4 trillion cuts in the federal budget are for a period of 10 years and all such proposals will allow the debt to accumulate by over $1 trillion/year.  If the federal government simply froze the budget for 10 years, the CBO would score that as a $9.5 trillion savings.

    Did you know about Obama’s twitter account, how he lost 40,000 followers in one day this week?

    Do you have the impression that raising the debt ceiling is the fix for the credit rating of the United States?  If so, your news sources are flat out lying to you.

    Have you been told the Anders Breivik, the Norwegian terrorist, is a Christian?  Again, your news is misstating the facts.  He should be called a man of logic, a scientist or an environmentalist, which are all labels which he self-applies.  A couple quotes from him in this issue.

    I highly recommend Say What?  Short Takes and By the Numbers.  Glance at the article titles too.  They will capture your attention as well.  I also make a prediction for Obama’s running mate in 2012 (or possibly Democratic candidate in 2016).

    Best issue so far.

    It is all in this week’s issue and lots more.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview189.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview189.pdf

  • Conservative Review #187  posted 7/17/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   First thing, there is a lot of misleading information on all media about the debt ceiling and what to expect.  To listen to Democrats, the sky will fall, and the U.S. will be downgraded by Moody’s because we cannot pay our debts; and seniors will not get their social security—all of which is false.  And the idea that not raising the debt ceiling, which is the most popular approach in the United States, is a good idea.  I must admit to being converted when I saw this laid out with a chart—a chart you might not see anywhere else.

    With the debt ceiling drop-dead date drawing nigh, there are a set of wonderful quotes in “Say What.”  Lot’s of good stuff in the “Must-See Media” and “Short Takes” this week.

    There is a lot to read.   Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview187.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview187.pdf
  • Conservative Review #185  posted 7/3/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) One of the excellent columns is A Little Bias, which records some of the media bias for this past week.  Now, I must admit, I have no idea if liberals are just so blind, that they do not recognize media bias (except at FoxNews, of course), or whether they just claim the news is fair and accurate to chaff my hide.  However, surely you have heard about our President condemning the corporate jet tax loophole.  He said it in his weekly address and on several occasions.  But, you know what your news doesn’t mention?  These tax loopholes were a part of the Stimulus Package.

    Great article for a couple months back in the WSJ; tax the rich at 100% and you get $938 billion, which is not enough money to cover one year of deficit spending.  Send this article to your liberal friends.

    There is a lot to read.   Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview185.htm


    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview185.pdf
  • Conservative Review #184  posted 6/26/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) The week’s issue is a little long.  I ended up with so many quotes for liberals this week, I just ran out of time to record them all.  There’s lots and they are excellent.

    Let me strongly recommend the news blurbs at the beginning, as you will get a very short news blurb of a lot of things that you have not heard about.  Also, there was such excellent media out this past week.

    Also, if you have wondered by certain media outlets seem to be telling you the same thing, maybe it is because George Soros in heavily invested in some of them.  You can’t beat having few resources and then, this nice man comes along and gives you money.  Great story about social security by Thomas Sowell.

    There is a lot to read.   Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview184.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview184.pdf
  • Conservative Review #183  posted 6/19/2011  (HTML)   (PDF) The week’s issue is a little short, and it may take me a moment to load it up as a HTML document, as I am dealing with computer problems.

    Nevertheless, the news is fascinating this week: PJ media is claiming a tie between Anthony Weiner’s wife and the Muslim Brotherhood.  UN scientists propose a number of insane ideas to solve global warming, even though some scientist are predicting a mini-ice age (which prediction is ignored by the media).

    Great quotes this week and a number of excellent vids.  Don’t miss By the Numbers.  Short Cuts is also good this week.

    A lot happened.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview183.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview183.pdf
     
  • Conservative Review #182  posted 6/12/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  I must admit that I did not expect to have much of an issue this week, with all of the air sucked out of the room by Weiner.  Although entertaining, Weiner is hardly newsworthy.  I was worried there would be no good quotes, except maybe from Chris Matthews and Bill Maher, who can always be depended upon for good stuff.  However, there were a lot of liberals out there with a lot to say.  Some conservatives as well.  So “Say What” is outstanding.  Check out the Media recommendations as well.  These are always good.

    I also found quite a number of outstanding articles this past week: one on Herman Cain; one by Herman Cain; and a couple on the economy.  And there is one you have not seen, but it extremely important and another reason why Obama needs a news job: “Giving Away the Farm.”

    Rush did several interviews this past week, which is unusual; and he is outstanding in this arena, even though he rarely does them.

    If all you recall from last week is Weiner, then check out this issue.  A lot more happened than that.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview182.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview182.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #181  posted 6/5/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  There was a lot of news out there.  First of all, Time magazine has done a couple of odds pieces on the Republican candidates, but has left out Herman Cain each time.  I guess you cannot pass off the Republicans as racists if one of their rising stars is Black.

    Do you know what percentage of people are gay?  You probably aren’t even close.  4% were close in answer that question.  Excellent Medved article about a recent survey; with a lot of numbers which will surprise you.

    Two articles about Obama and the economy, along with a collection of dumb things which Obama has said.  Way dumb.  Yet he is portrayed, even in parody, as brilliant.

    “Say what” is excellent.  “Must Watch Media” is filled with great stuff this week.  Short Takes is also good.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview181.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview181.pdf
     
  • Conservative Review #180  posted 5/29/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  There was a lot of news out there.  You heard about the Weiner sex scandal right?  Maybe not; he is a Democrat.   Or the White House aide who is going to go after “misleading media.”   How about the sorry cuts offered up by both Dems and Repubs?  Did you see all the headlines about how Glenn Beck got it right?  No, of course not!

    “Say what” is excellent.  “Must Watch Media” is filled with great stuff this week.  Short Takes is also good; I can explain what Newt can’t about his remarks of a week ago.

    Great Articles: The problem with Judicial Activism, which is something California ought to understand today.  The 18 things you did not know about China.  Do you know how much money is wasted in government research?  Or what tax rate Dems are really shooting for? himself.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview180.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview180.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #179  posted 5/22/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  There was a lot of news out there.  Did you hear about the Obama justice department shaking down Google for a half billion? 

    “Say what” is always excellent.  Several excellent vids of Herman Cain features this week.

    Articles: Why is there so much hatred for the Jews?  Why does the recovery feel so tepid?  I like Newt, but even given 20 or 30 minutes on Rush’s program, he was unable to explain himself.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview179.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview179.pdf
  • Conservative Review #178  posted 5/15/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  “Say what” is always excellent.  There are some excellent videos in the Must Watch Media column.  and media to be seen this week.   As usual, there is a lot of news you probably did not see reported.

    Other good columns: Short Takes, A Little Bias, and By the Numbers.

    Articles: Obamacare, Romneycare, and John Boehner’s spending promises.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview178.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview178.pdf
  • Conservative Review #177  posted 5/8/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  “Say what” is always excellent.  There are a lot of great videos and media to be seen this week.

    In the regular columns, about half of the news is stuff you did not know occurred.  Solid proof on the connections between the SEIU and the communist party (lots of photos).  Excellent Short Takes and excellent A Little Bias.

    Articles: The Osama timeline; 10 ways Obama botched the aftermath of taking out Osama (I only agree with half of them); the 10 Bush policies which Obama is following; and, because I love numbers, a blast from the past: 10 myths about the Bush Tax Cuts.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview177.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview177.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #175  posted 4/24/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  “Say what” is always excellent.  Don’t forget Reagan’s campaign quote, which we will hear again this year: "Are you better off today than you were four years ago?" 

    Several articles on the debt ceiling, taxing the rich, and what happens to states that just continue to soak the rich (I’m talking to you, California).

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview175.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview175.pdf
  • Conservative Review #174  posted 4/17/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  “Say what” is always excellent.  Did you hear what Michele Bachmann said?  Well, she actually didn’t say that.

    Did you see the phoney GE story this week?

    I propose a few simple pieces of legislation, which involve savings rather than new costs.

    There are several stories and links with one main theme: there are not enough rich in American with enough money to tax enough to close the deficit—I am not talking about the debt, only the deficit.   There was a reasonable fact-check on Obama’s deficit speech.  That surprised me.

    More reasons to believe my prediction of 2 weeks ago is going to come to pass.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview174.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview174.pdf
  • Conservative Review #173  posted 4/10/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Because Republicans had a budget and Democrats did not, there were some spectacular quotes from both sides.  My favorite column.  By the Numbers is always good.

    Good vids: Ryan presents budget; ReasonTV on taxing the rich.  Allen West interview.

    I reveal to the far left how to end the middle eastern wars.  We can keep this a secret, I am sure.

    Under “A Little Bias” have you noticed how many stories there are on a temporary government shutdown, but nearly no stories about the problems of long-term insolvency (which is a much greater problem).

    Articles: What if there was a shutdown?  I’m warming up to Trump.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview173.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview173.pdf
  • Conservative Review #172  posted 4/3/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   Some of the best quotes collected this week.  My favorite column.  Don’t miss By the Numbers.

    Excellent articles as well. What about Obama and Libya?  Did you know that 48 states have more people working for the government than actually producing stuff?  An excellent article by Thomas Sowell about Blacks voting with their feet.

    I am ready to announce the next Republican presidential candidate in here, along with who the next president will be.  He’s not my favorite, but he will win.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview172.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview172.pdf
  • Conservative Review #171  posted 3/27/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   More news you may not know about.  The NY Times changed its book list once again.  GE made $14.2 billion last year and paid no taxes.  No wonder Immelt and Obama are BFF.  Bear in mind, this is one way to get the abbreviated news.

    Good “Say What?” this week.  Also a good “Comedy Relief.”  Great media clips this week.  If you have very little time, browse these clips.

    Also, an article about the United States and personal morality.  Information on welfare and Obamacare (it is entitlements which is destroying this country).  George Will and Bill O’Reilly on the war, taking opposite sides.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview171.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview171.pdf
  • Conservative Review #170  posted 3/20/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   More news you may not know about.  Did you know that the NY Times changed the way that it classifies books in order to toss conservative books off of its bestseller list?  Do you know about the latest attack on Israel?  Did you hear about the Republican job creation summit this past week?  This is just from the news headlines.

    Excellent “Say What?” this week.  Some good “Comedy Relief,” “By the Numbers,” and “A Little Bias.”  Real headlines, but don’t expect to see them in your paper (or on television).

    Also, some thought provoking articles, including a well-researched one by Ann Coulter who suggests that radiation may not be a horrible thing.  Really.  Also, why are the elite conservatives dissing Sarah Palin and what does she have to say for herself lately?

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview170.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview170.pdf
  • Conservative Review #169  posted 3/13/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   Lots of great news this week, some of which you have not seen in the Obama Media Complex.

    Very extensive “Say What?” this week.  People had lots to say, on both sides of the aisle.  Some incredibly insane things were said this past week.  I wouldn’t be surprised if some news media carefully filtered them out of the news.

    Excellent set of vids this week, including a very old debate which features Thomas Sowell and Francis Fox Piven.

    Some great articles on economics and collective bargaining.  Honestly, these are great articles; 2 feature Thomas Sowell.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview169.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview169.pdf
  • Conservative Review #168  posted 3/6/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  I hope that you are reading the “news” column.  Again, there is a lot you don’t hear about in your news.  Do you know about the live ammunition discovered after the pro-union rallies in Wisconsin.  Do you know we are purposely letting some guns cross over our southern border?  Do you know about the bomb threat and arrest in Madison, WI?  Do you know that Republicans have reduced funding to the IRS?  Do you know that abstinence among young people is increasing and now, 1 in 4 rather than 1 in 5 young people (24 and younger) report NO SEXUAL CONTACT whatsoever?

    Check out “By the Numbers” and “Polling by the Numbers.”  “Say What” is always good.

    Several good articles as well.  One simple reason why many conservatives oppose gay marriage.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview168.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview168.pdf
  • Conservative Review #167  posted 2/27/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  I hope that you are reading the “news” column.  These are simply blurbs of this which have happened this week, but often, these are thing you do not hear about (and sometimes, these end up being the talk of the next week). Are you aware of the DNA swabs which may take place if you fly?  Are you aware of all the oil reserves which are in the United States?

    Excellent “Say What” this week.  Liberals had so much to say this week.

    Also, some great articles, both about the union disputes in Wisconsin and elsewhere, and the possible government shutdown.  Let me predict, the Obama media complex will try to make a government shutdown to sound like the worst thing since the Great Depression.  It won’t be.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview167.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview167.pdf
  • Conservative Review #166  posted 2/20/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  I hope that you are reading the “news” column.  These are simply blurbs of this which have happened this week, but often, these are thing you do not hear about (and sometimes, these end up being the talk of the next week).  Here is one: the government is contracting with private companies to develop software to create huge groups of fake people on social media sites in order to suggest that there is popular support for unpopular issues.  Did you know this?

    One of the articles is called “The Dishonest Gay Marriage Agenda.”  You may think this is ultra-paranoid; but, I give you a bit of background here, and suggest what the end game is to this Gay Marriage movement.  You may think that, a relationship between two gay men is just like the relationship between a man and a woman—but you are wrong.  They are different in the most fundamental ways.  This will be covered in great detail in the article.

    This article is cross-posted on Flopping Aces.  The average article gets about 400-500 views with 20-40 comments, many of which stray off-topic.  This article has over 1000 views with nearly 200 comments, nearly all on topic.

    http://floppingaces.net/2011/02/20/the-dishonest-gay-marriage-debate-reader-post/

    Excellent “Say What” this week.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview166.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview166.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #165  posted 2/13/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Things you may or may not know about: the CBO tells us that the new healthcare law will kill 800,000 jobs (do you recall that this was touted as a job creator?).  GM and Chrysler, although they still owe the taxpayers a lot of money, gave out generous bonuses this year (remember when the banks were harangued for this, and they paid back the TARP money). 

    Excellent “Say What” this week.  Liberals cannot seem to stop talking.  But, some said some intelligent things this week as well.  Really.

    Good vids.  A short interview with Richard Dreyfuss, and you may be shocked that you agree with him.  Breitbart delivers an excellent speech to CPAC.

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview165.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview165.pdf
  • Conservative Review #164  posted 2/6/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #164

    As you know, I often post some of these articles on Flopping Aces.  Interestingly enough, last week’s “Say What” column had over 7000 views (500 is typical for most articles).  Somehow, it got posted on DIGG (whatever that is), which ended up bringing in a plethora of readers.  

    http://floppingaces.net/2011/02/01/say-what-212011-edition-reader-post/
    http://digg.com/news/politics/say_what_liberals_say_the_funniest_things

    “Say what?” is better this week.  I explore Obama being Reaganesque and discuss, how did all of the press, all of a sudden, decide to use that language?

    Fact sheet on the Muslim Brotherhood.  Obama’s interior department choose to disobey court decisions.  

    Good stuff this week.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview164.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview164.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #162  posted 1/24/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   Fantastic issue this week.  The left calmed down their rhetoric a little this week, but not all of them.  Still examples of hatred, anger and lies dished out liberally by the liberal left.  Examples abound in “Say What?”

    A fantastic set of video clips.

    Great articles.  What should we do about the insane?  This is a reasonable thing to be talking about in the light of Tucson.  An article by George Will.  From Flopping Aces, an article about too much government. 

    Great articles and cartoons for you to send to your friends.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview162.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview162.pdf
  • Conservative Review #161  posted 1/16/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  Fantastic issue this week.  Despite all of the demands from the left for a full week for conservatives to cool down their rhetoric, this apparently does not apply to hyperbolic rhetoric from the left.  Examples abound in “Say What?”

    A fantastic set of video clips.

    Great articles.  What should we do about Muslims?  A list of actual left-0wing violence, which is always downplayed in the media.  An excellent article on our mental health system, which is the only real issue to come out of this senseless shooting in Arizona. Two articles on repealing Obamacare.  And plans are being made for Greek-type demonstrations in the United States.

    Great articles and cartoons for you to send to your friends.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview161.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview161.pdf
  • Conservative Review #160  posted 1/9/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)   The same people on the left, who are accusing Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck as being ultimately responsible for the shootings in Arizona, are simultaneously telling us on the right to tone down our ourtragerous rhetoric.

    I must admit to being amazed in the past couple of days.  A tragic shooting and dozens and dozens of prominent and not-so-prominent liberals blame Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, the TEA party, and “violent rhetoric.”  It is so crazy, it is almost a parody.  Anyway, in “Say What” there are a page filled with such quotes (and not everyone is included because they kept piling on).  However, one liberal wrote an intelligent column about this, and that is one of the lead columns.  Along with this sensible liberal column, I include 2 very nutty liberal columns as well.  3 excellent conservative columns as well.

    By the Numbers is good, as is Short Takes and Political Chess.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview160.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview160.pdf
  • Conservative Review #159  posted 1/2/2011  (HTML)   (PDF)  It’s the new year, and still, a lot happened. 

    Great articles this week: if you want to understand the current economic situation and why all the state governments are awash in debt, there is a common origin for all that.

    Say What? is excellent, as usual.  You understand a person’s philosophy by reading what everyone says.  Only a few media recommendations, but they are quite good.  Also, be certain to ready By the Numbers and My Most Paranoid Thoughts.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview159.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview159.pdf
  • Conservative Review #158  posted 12/26/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)  I did not realize that so much happened this week until I began writing from my notes.  I almost just send out “Merry Christmas” and let it go at that, but it was a very significant week.  Outstanding vids this week, although there are only a few.  The “Say What” column is mostly liberals again this week.  Always interesting to hear what they are saying.

    Great articles this week: Wasteful spending by the government; Palin on Iran; and the Democrat Party and Communism.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview158.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview158.pdf
  • Conservative Review #157  posted 12/19/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)  Outstanding vids this week (John Stossel’s new special) and  an good “Say What” column (mostly liberals this week).  Still, what they are saying is quite amazing.

    Great articles this week: What are Taxes for?  The Dishonest Media Awards.  Government Unions versus Taxpayers.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview157.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview157.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #156  posted 12/12/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)   Outstanding vids this week and  an excellent “Say What” column.  You won’t believe all that is being said this past week.

    Great articles this week: According to Thomas Sowell, Republicans are doing a lousy job justifying maintaining tax rates for everyone.  John Stossel explains why the poor stay poor.  The scientific community is continuing to rebel against the concept of man-made global warming.

    A great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview156.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview156.pdf
  • Conservative Review #155  posted 12/6/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)  Outstanding vids this week and  an excellent “Say What” column.  How is it possible to get 10–20 really stupid things said by prominent Democrats EVERY SINGLE WEEK?  Here’s the key—in the past, the alphabet media hid these things from us.

    Great articles this week: What is on the Senate agenda?  What is this DREAM act? And what about the FDA new powers.  So they will now determine if cake sales are allowed in public schools?

    Always a great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview155.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview155.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #154  posted 11/28/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #154

    Excellent article on changing our schools.  How can we decrease the dropout rate?  How can we better prepare our students for college?  How can we cut back on the cost of education and yet, increase the quality?  How can we introduce choice in education, without overwhelming the system with too much change all at once?  Fidn the answers within.

    Outstanding vids this week and  a short “Say What” column.

    Good articles this week.  However, this is a shorter issue than most. .

    Still a great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview154.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview154.pdf
  • Conservative Review #153  posted 11/21/2010  (HTML)   (PDFSince the election of 2012 has begun, there are many examples of Palin Derangement Syndrom out there; several are included here.  I may have to set up a new column devoted just to that.  Expect to see it several times a week.

    Outstanding vids this week and “Say What” is always good.

    Good articles this week.  One by Harold Ford, Jr.; not because I agree with all of it, but just to show that some Democrats say some intelligent things some of the time.

    How Obama’s tax hikes for the rich will hurt the poor.  From Heritage.

    Great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview153.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview153.pdf
  • Conservative Review #152  posted 11/14/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)  

    Outstanding vids this wee and “Say What” is always good.

    Great articles this week, including several on monetizing the debt (possibly the most under reported story this week?).  And who is weighing in on this?  Sarah Palin.  There are also several articles by Walter E. Williams and Thomas Soulman Sewell.  Also, one of the more interesting articles included is California: The Lindsay Lohan of States

    Also many of the budget reforms have been included as well.  You have to give them credit, insofar as, no one likes them.  That is a good thing.  But there is one important piece of information included which the media has been ignoring.

    Great issue.  Informative and thought-provoking.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview152.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview152.pdf
  • Conservative Review #151  posted 11/7/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)   Outstanding “Say What” this week and there are wonderful vids in the “Must See Media” this week.

    Two original articles, which include 3 no-cost initiatives and a review of the election this past week.

    Great articles this week, including Peggy Noonan’s column, who gets it at least half-right, an Obama supporter who still loves Obama (loves loves loves).  And then there are some excellent articles besides.

    One impression you will get from some of these articles: people have not elected Republicans, and now they are going to stop thinking about politics; Republicans, we now have our eyes on you.  We know what you promised, we know what you can do, and you may not be long for this world, if your promises were just words.

    Great issue.  Informative and reasonable as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview151.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview151.pdf  
  • Conservative Review #150  posted 10/31/10  (HTML)   (PDF Excellent “Say What” this week, since elections are in 2 days.  Also an excellent “Must See Media” this week.  Although you have seen some of these this past week, there are many media pieces you have never seen.

    There are several key races to watch Tuesday night.  I’ll explain which ones and what they mean.

    19 Facts about the Deindustrialization of the United States that will make you weep, by Insider Business.  Heritage explains how to control spending.  And Keith Obermann rans for 20 minutes about the TEA party (test and video rant both).

    Great issue.  Informative and reasonable as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview150.htm

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  • Conservative Review #149  posted 10/24/10  (HTML)   (PDFExcellent “Must See Media” this week.  Although you have seen some of these this past week, there are many media pieces you have never seen.

    Also, there is great stuff in “By the Numbers.”

    There are also several articles and videos about the TEA party and the Republican party.  If you are a liberal, you may not realize it, but the TEA party affects the Republican party far more than it affect the Democratic party.  Rush describes the difference as country club Republicans versus Sam’s Club Republicans.

    Great issue.  Informative and reasonable as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview149.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview149.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #148  posted 10/17/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  Excellent  “Say What” and “Must See Media” this week. There are quotes in the former that I know you have not heard yet.  Also, great stuff in “By the Numbers.”

    There is an excellent article about, “Why Liberals do not get the TEA party.” and an article by Nancy Morgan called, “News Flash: Life Isn’t Fair.” (I strongly encourage you to read it).

    Great issue.  Informative and reasonable as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview148.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview148.pdf
  • Conservative Review #147  posted 10/10/10  (HTML)   (PDF

    Conservative Review #147

    Be sure to check out "Say What" "Yay Democrats" and "Must See Media"

    I am out of town this week, so this is a shorter issue than usual. I have not yet figured out how to upload this, so you may only be able to access the PDF version which is attached (it looks better, anyway).

    Great issue. Informative and reasonable as always. Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview147.htm http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview147.pdf

  • Conservative Review #146  posted 10/3/10  (HTML)   (PDF

    Be sure to check out “Say What,” “Must See Media” and “Short Takes.”

    I wrote a couple of the articles this week; a new solution to Social Security (part of it is new); and I mused about the Whitman/Brown governor race in California.

    There are other excellent articles this week: John Stossel’s “Taxing the Rich”; Neil Cavuto’s very concise economic plan (which he believes to be better than the Republican pledge); and a little bit on the latest Bush-Assassination-Porn film.

    Great issue.  Informative and reasonable as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview146.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview146.pdf
  • Conservative Review #145  posted 9/26/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   There was a lot that happened this week.  It’s a long issue, I should warn you.

    Be sure to check out “Say What,” “Must See Media” and “Short Takes.”

    Great articles this week: Thomas Sowell, Dinesh D’Souza, Brent Bozell, and Charlie Daniels (yes, that Charlie Daniels).  Someone I have never heard of as well: Nancy Morgan.

    Great issue.  Informative and reasonable as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview145.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview145.pdf 
  • Conservative Review #144  posted 9/19/10  (HTML)   (PDF So, is there a civil war within the Republican party?  Sort of.  You see, the TEA party is just as much a threat to the Republican establishment as it is to Democratic rule.  In this issue, I ponder about 3 Republican establishment types who are suddenly working against the Republican party.

    Every week, the quotes are good.  You need to read what people are actually saying.

    What about Christine O’Donnell?  Did Republicans make a mistake here?  Karl Rove seems to think so.  This issue will help you to get a little perspective on that (she is mentioned throughout this issue).

    Great vids from this past week.

    Also, you have heard over and over again about how letting tax cuts for the rich expire will help us get our deficit under control.  That is a lie, and the numbers will show that clearly.  Even if all the tax cuts expired, and all of us had higher taxes, it will be clear that tax hikes are not the solution to our deficit problem.

    Great issue.  Informative as always.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview144.htm

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  • Conservative Review #143  posted 9/12/10  (HTML)   (PDFDid you know that we may set a poverty increase record for 2009?

    Great quotes this week.  See what both sides are actually saying.

    Great vids.  I love Chris Christie and Dana Loesch.  :) 

    Let me suggest something you do not hear from the left or the right—the standards for our high schools need to be lowered, not raised!

    Also, 2 excellent articles on how to fix the mess that we are in.  Try to read this without being an idealogue about it.  Consider the ideas by themselves.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview143.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview143.pdf
  • Conservative Review #142  posted 9/5/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  It is a shorter, tighter issue this week.

    Check the “Say What” column and “Must-Watch Videos.”

    I’ve made a suggestion for the changing of social security with one new approach, which is a compromise between the left and right, and is fiscally responsible as well.

    There is a short piece in here which made me smile; what if conservative media covered Obama’s Iraq speech like liberals cover conservative events?  Perhaps, if you are a liberal, seeing it this way might help you understand the constant bias we see.

    Oh, did you know the combined network news viewer ship fell to a dramatic low?  Was that on the front page of your newspaper or at the top of your news today?

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview142.htm

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  • Conservative Review #141  posted 8/29/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   A lot of great articles this week.  Is there such thing as a moderate muslim?  Several Walter Williams articles (he is a renown economists who has written dozens of books, and he has the ability to take difficult economic concepts and make them simple for us to understand.

    Will Europe be lost to Islam?  What Obama is doing to specific businesse.

    Always recommended: “Say What” and “Short Takes.”

    Outstanding vids this week.

    It’s a lot to read. 

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview141.htm


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  • Conservative Review #140  posted 8/22/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   New article: “How Can Obama Do and Say Such Stupid Things?”  It was posted this morning on Flopping Aces and has been re-posted at several more sites.  It is based upon a question that Bill O’Reilly asked, “How can Obama say the things he does?  Doesn’t he know that he is going to get hammered for some of this stuff?” (I am paraphrasing).  I answer Bill’s question.

    Like before, there ought to be some news items in here that you have not heard yet.

    The quotes are always good.

    Great vids this week.

    Hope you enjoy the comedy relief section.

    And a passel of thought-provoking articles.

    It’s a lot to read. 

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview140.htm

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  • Conservative Review #139  posted 8/15/10  (HTML)   (PDF

    You may not realize it, but a lot happened this past week.  There is a lot of information packed in this issue.

    Quotes are great and do not pass up the vids.  I forgot to include Glenn Beck’s shows this week (it just now occurs to me).  Will mention those next week.

    The socialist Party of American finally revealed which Congressmen are members; there are 70 of them.  Most of them will not surprise you.  The number ought to.

    There are a lot of articles about the economy from several different viewpoints.

    Two particularly good articles about the collapse of the left and 10 reasons why Obama’s popularity is fading quickly.

    What is going on with healthcare and Government Motors?  The info is right here.

    It’s a lot to read.  

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview139.htm

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  • Conservative Review #138  posted 8/8/10  (HTML)   (PDFOften, when I put this review together, after writing the introductory 8 or 10 pages, I am often too worn out to do more.  However, it is timely to explain judicial activism, what it is and what should be done about it.  There are 2 other articles on this same topic.

    McCain and Coburn put out a list of the wasteful projects found in the Stimulus Bill.  Is this what you thought we ought to be spending money on?  Is this why our economy has been in a stall for the past year?

    However, to be fair (but not really balanced), Tim Geithner wrote a piece this week about the summer of recovery—remember mission accomplished?  Same deal.

    A surprisingly neutral article on the TEA party people.  How did that sneak into the news?

    Also, an article about Calvin Coolidge that Cal Thomas wrote a long time ago.  If you do not know who Coolidge is or what he did, you need to read up on this man—one of the greatest presidents from the 20th century. .

    Great quotes again this week.  Short takes are always good, and require about 1 minute each to read.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview138.htm

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  • Conservative Review #137  posted 8/1/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   Great quotes again this week.  That’s my favorite thing, finding the best quotes of the week, so you know what all of these people are actually saying.  The news reports are all about hatred and anger on the right, but that is not what is really going on, as you can tell from these quotes.

    Short takes are always good, and require about 1 minute each to read.

    The media bias is getting more and more blatant.  Several examples are given.

    Plus great articles, including Brent Bozell’s 20 questions to the Washington Post about JournoList (notice how the media has downplayed this story?); 2 Democrats write about the divisiveness of this president, and what an assault there as been on the rule of law over the past 18 months.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview137.htm

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  • Conservative Review #136  posted 7/25/10  (HTML)   (PDF)

    This was an incredible week! I was knocked over by the excellent article called the Ruling Class, which is long, but well worth reading. Furthermore, this ought to dispel the notion that TEA party people, Rush Limbaugh and the conservative movement are simply shills for the Republican party. If you think that, you are clueless as to what is going on.

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    Even more significant than this is JournoList, where a collection of 400+ journalists participated in what appears to be a daily e-letter, wherein stories and policies were discussed. Yes, policies! This group, which included Time Magazine editor Joe Klein, NY Times writer Paul Krugan and now budget director Pete Orszag, curing the 2008 election, discuss things, e.g., how to bury the Reverend Wright story and the best ways to attack Sarah Palin. Did you ever wonder why you would flip from one news station to another, and find them covering the same stories using, very often, the same phrases? Did you ever wonder about, how could you read the print media (except for the WSJ) or watch televised media (except for FoxNews) and they seemed to do more than bring you the news; they helped you to decide who the right presidential candidate was. If you are a liberal, I do not suppose you will appreciate or even understand the significance of this story. Don’t worry. Your own news broadcasts will assure you that it’s nothing, it’s unimportant, and not to worry about it. Everything is alright. Next story, the economy continues to recover.


    Enjoy!


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  • Conservative Review #135  posted 7/18/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  Did you know that the one-day increase for June 30 of this year was $165,931,038,264.30 - bigger than the entire annual deficit for fiscal year 2007?  That’s the U.S. debt increase for one day!

    Did you know that a manufacturing plant utilized the energy from the heat it produces and has turned that into more energy than solar panels have generated?

    There are a whole lot of stories ignored by much of the media.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview135.htm

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  • Conservative Review #134  posted 7/11/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   Great quotes this week; most of them from liberals. 

    There is one moderately slick political chess move and an extremely clever one from the past.  Don’t miss By the Numbers or Polling by the Numbers.

    I also recommend the news section, which is the first column in this ezeen.  I try not to editorialize (too much), and there are often a number of stories you haven’t heard, seen or read about (like the plant which is recycling green energy way beyond what solar power has done).

    Provocative articles as usual.  Always new links.  Excellent vids.

    It is more than you can read.  You will find yourself better informed than after watching a week of alphabet news.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview134.htm

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  • Conservative Review #133  posted 7/4/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  There are a lot of quotes this week.  It is one of my favorite things to put together.  The Short Takes I think are quite good this week as well.  Don’t miss reading By the Numbers.

    I always include a lot of media links. These are the very best of what is out there.  If the topic interests you, check the media link.  Also, if you haven’t watched Glenn Beck yet, because you hate him, at least try the July 2, 2010 show.  Most of his shows take about 8 or 10 minutes, and then you start to really get into it.  There is no one out there presenting the material he is presenting.

    Some of the best articles culled from dozens of sources on the gulf oil spill, Obama’s economic approach, Obama’s fake immigration reform, the tax hikes which are coming, and many other topics.

    It is more than you can read.  You will find yourself better informed than after watching a week of alphabet news.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview133.htm

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  • Conservative Review #132  posted 6/27/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #132

    Great quotes this week, as always.  This time, I have split the quotations up into 3 sections: liberals, crosstalk (both), and conservatives.  Fantastic quotes this week.

    You ought to be reading short takes.  Just a quick 1 minute thought on a dozen or so different topics.

    Fantastic articles this week.

    It is more than you can read.  You will find yourself better informed than after watching a week of alphabet news.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview132.htm

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  • Conservative Review #131  posted 6/20/10  (HTML)   (PDF
    Great quotes this week, as always.  Take a look at “By the Numbers;” also an excellent column.  There are a great set of vids this week as well.  In case you are not checking these out, you will be surprised as to how informative and entertaining this section is.

    What has Obama done with respect to the oil crisis?  What should he do?  This is not a carefully organized article, but  I simply listed the things which he has done and what he should have done.  You decide for yourself if I am on target here.

    Several outstanding articles, including some from Conn Carroll, Ben Stein, and Thomas Sowell.  Also, a little bit from Glenn Beck’s show about Ayn Rand.  It’s a short article; did you know about this?  Email one of them each day to your favorite liberals.

    Don’t base your politics upon sloppy emotion; actually apply a little reason.  That’s what the Conservative Review is all about.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview131.htm

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  • Conservative Review #130  posted 6/13/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  Great quotes this week, as always.

    Have you ever received an email or had this or that person tell you that Republicans are racists?  I have a comprehensive list of African-American Republicans, both from the past, the present, and those running for office right now.  Copy and paste, and email this right back to your race-baiting friend.

    Sometimes the easiest way to reach a liberal is to email them charts.  Link to a fantastic array of debt and federal spending charts.

    Several outstanding articles.  Email one of them each day to your favorite liberals.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview130.htm

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  • Conservative Review #129  posted 6/6/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   Conservative Review #129

    Great quotes this week and did you know all that happened this week?

    Check out the vid this week!

    More predictions and more predictions which have come true (or are beginning to come true).

    Great articles:  Laura Ingraham gives real advice to the President.  Obamacare will break the bank.  Obama is forcing BP to lawyer up.  Our #13 trillion debt.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview129.htm

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  • Conservative Review #128  posted 5/30/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   Conservative Review is back this week.  All the information you wanted to know about the gulf oil crisis and the White House job offer to Sestak.

    Furthermore, there are links to one of Glenn Beck’s best shows, the Black Founding Fathers show.  I did not know about hardly any of this.  A Black Speaker of the House?  The other rider with Paul Revere was a Black man?  At one time, all Blacks were Republicans?

    Great quotes this week. Glad to be back!

    Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #127  posted 5/16/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  

    It was a great week this week.  Lots of quotes.  No longer can a politician say something to one crowd, and then figure, no one else will hear what they say.

    Great articles today on Kagen (Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee), the tyranny of good intentions (which is the problem with most of the liberals I know), and cap and trade (which the news is ignoring).

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview127.htm

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  • Conservative Review #126  posted 5/9/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)   Great quotations this week; with the new media, we get to hear and see what people actually say.  They no longer get to spin their words, as they did a decade ago.

    Great articles about the Times Square Bomber, FNMA and FHLMC, and how some people who review books for a living, will not review certain books, even though these books will probably become best sellers.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview126.htm

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  • Conservative Review #125  posted 5/2/2010  (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #125:

    Great stuff this issue, including a lot of disagreement about the Arizona Immigration law, with different sides weighing in.

    14 fatal flaws with the Dodd Financial Regulatory Bill.  Forward this to everyone you know.

    Glenn Beck and one of his best shows; links in the must-watch media section.  This will not be on any other newscast.  Warming: you might get a little paranoid.

    It’s almost too much information this week.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview125.htm

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  • Conservative Review #124  posted 4/25/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #124:

    Shouldn’t we all be rooting for Financial Regulatory Reform?  Isn’t this a bi-partisan issue?  10 reasons why Regulatory Reform doesn’t. Forward it to your friends.

    Great quotes, particular from the left this week.

    Several articles on Wall Street regulatory reform and on supposed racism in the TEA parties. 

    A great article by Karl Rove on a pledge TEA party people ought to make.  I think you will be surprised as to what he suggests.

    And, as usual, a lot of stuff not found in your newspapers.

    Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview124.htm

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  • Conservative Review #123 posted 4/18/10  (HTML)   (PDF If you are a liberal, then simply read the column By the Numbers; it will be quite clear that most conservatives are not the least bit concerned with Obama’s race or where he was born (by far, most of us believe him to be born in Hawaii).  Our problem is... [read the column]

    If you like to clip articles and send it out to those you know, then let me suggest Obama's $3,000,000,000,000 Tax Hike By Brian M. Riedl.  Great article.

    Speaking of forwards, there is a vid of Rush Limbaugh thanking our president, and this is a wonderful forward.

    If you are a facts and figures person (which I am), then forward the link to Dick Morris’ interview.

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview123.htm

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  • Conservative Review #122 posted 4/11/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   There are a lot of excellent quotes this week, from Democrats and Republicans.

    There is a lot of excellent media available this week, including one speaker at the Southern Republican Leadership Convention that most media outlets are completely ignoring...someone who is a possible presidential candidate, whose name you do not even know.

    How China is a good example of unintended consequences (which consequences could impact our lives in the next decade or two).

    In this issue is stuff which is all about you AC unit and how it will cost you about twice as much to repair it, in some cases.

    The healthcare law, freedom and personal responsibility are covered, and how the concept of freedom is being changed.

    Several articles on the economics of what is going on, which should get your attention no matter how you vote.

    Did you know that people close to the president are moving to shut Glenn Beck down?

    And the way the media is reporting, you would think that all of the anger and racism is on the right, but that just isn’t so.

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  • Conservative Review #121 posted 4/4/10  (HTML)   (PDF)   Some of the stuff in this issue:

    Do you want to send stories to your favorite liberal friends?  Check this out:

    http://blog.heritage.org/tag/side-effects/ (So far, there are 7 stories on the side effects of Obamacare)

    Or, how about Obama’s many broken promises?  I think the President has set a record here.  We have most of them listened in the article entitled The Complete List of Obama Statement Expiration Dates by Jim Geraghty.

    Maybe you want to tell them about the disgruntled Democrats who are joining the TEA party; CNN did a story on that, and the link is in this issue.

    There are 2 stories which I think are particularly important: “The Problem with the Safety Net” and “Is Obama Intentionally Destroying our Economy?”

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview121.htm

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  • Conservative Review #120 posted 3/28/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  It is another great week.  There are two issues not fully being discussed about the healthcare plan, and these are pivotal issues.  Read “Big Picture Political Chess.”

    Speaking of which, there is a lot of political chess going on, and I recommend that column.

    Now that Democrats are in power and passing legislation we would have never thought could be passed, they are becoming more emboldened, and some are accidentally saying what they think again.  Check the “Say What” column.

    Many more outstanding articles and columns.

    Enjoy...

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  • Conservative Review #119 posted 3/21/10  (HTML)   (PDF

    Here is the best explanation I have heard of Obama’s economic philosophy: Communitarianism. 

    Also included, 3 aspects of healthcare and the Obamacare package that no one is discussing, but ought to be.

    What are the 5 words Obama will not say?

    Are you sick of all this news about healthcare?  If it passes, expect to hear healthcare for the next 4 to 10 years.  This is just the foot in the door by liberal communitarians; and this is just the beginning of people fighting back. 

    If you read nothing else, read the quotations (“Say What”).  I enjoy compiling these.

    Also how does this healthcare bill line up with Obama’s promises?  And 10 myths about Obamacare.

    Enjoy...

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  • Conservative Review #118 posted 3/14/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  My favorite is generally the quotes.  This week is quite good.  If you did not know about the textbook wars in Texas and how this affects you, there are vids and articles on this.

    Excellent by the numbers column this week...it will help to put green energy into perspective.

    People try to tug on your heartstrings about the poor.  There is an article in here with stats which is going to surprise you about America’s poor.

    I have included one liberal, anti-FoxNews article.  It does not have within it a single hard fact.

    There is an article from two moderate Democrats about Obama and healthcare which is quite good.

    Great article about Obama’s budget. Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #117 posted 3/7/10  (HTML)   (PDF)  

    There are great articles in this week’s review.  This time, in the “Say What” section, there are mostly quotations from liberals (and lots of them); and I have 2 articles written by liberals in this issue as well.

    In case you are confused about which is actually going on with regards to healthcare, this issue will straighten you out.  3 of the bills/proposals out there are meaningless; there is only one bill which counts which is up for a vote.

    This is an article which is proof positive (as if you need it) of how biased the liberal media is, and one which helps to explain why public schools are treating history as they do (and what is this government movement against private schools and home schooling?).

    It was another great week, and far too much happened!  Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #116    2/28/10   (HTML)   (PDF)   Conservative Review #116

    Did you hear about FNMA’s losses this past year?
    Rush admits that he is wrong.
    ACORN is in search of a new name.
    Obama re-authorizes the Patriot Act
    Did you know that a TEA party in Britain is being launched?

    Great quotes; great media links.  Important points as to why reconciliation that the Democrats are considering is unprecedented. 

    Very likely, you have seen the headline, “Insurance Profits up 250%.”  So, let’s say all of these profits were used to pay others insurance?

    It was a great week.  Enjoy!

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview116.htm

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  • Conservative Review #115    2/21/10   (HTML)   (PDF) Outstanding articles this week; more reasons why you ought not to put your healthcare into the hands of government.

    Excellent quotes this week, including one you may not have heard from Evan Bayh.

    I highly recommend the By the Numbers column this week.  The polling is interesting as well.

    There are several things throughout this issue which indicate that the alphabet media is simply looking to guide your thinking; they do not have interest in bringing you the news.  One of the most glaring examples is the big news about global warming this week...and if you do not watch or look for alternate media, you don’t even know what that news is.

    And did you know that the White House has a new communications strategy?  It is all about running the White House like they did the campaign.

    Also the Mount Vernon Statement and a list of many of the Stimulus projects (they will make you grind your teeth).

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  • Conservative Review #114    2/14/10   (HTML)   (PDF

    Excellent week.

    Conservatives and Liberals clearly distinguished.  Excellent healthcare debate. Local TEA party elections and the fall of Debbie Medina.  Outstanding articles; even some by some liberals (can you figure out which ones???).  And Rush says, “Is it wrong for a man to love another man?”

    Some of the best articles, quotes and notable occurrences for this week, all summed up, and all for your enjoyment!


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  • Conservative Review #112    1/31/10   (HTML)   (PDF)   A lot happened this week: Outstanding issue this week. 

    “Each of us here today [at the national TEA party convention] is living proof that you don’t need an office or a title to make a difference; and you don’t need a proclaimed leader, as if we are all a bunch of sheep who need a leader,” said Sarah Palin.

    Glenn Beck said, “A community organizer who told us that we could lower the oceans by inflating our tires can’t solve our economic problems?  Really?”

    Did you know that our top security people believe that a terror attack attempt is certain?

    Have you seen the video which explains why it is taking so long to train the Afghan soldiers?

    Did you know that Obama’s monthly deficit in 2010 is roughly equal to Bush’s deficit for all of 2007?

    It’s all here in this issue, which an incredible collection of articles on the budget, how to really cut the budget, on the waste and pork in the Stimulus Bill (since there is another Stimulus bill out there right now, but it will not be called Stimulus II, but it will be called a Jobs bill); the terror policies of Obama are not much different from Bush and Cheney’s, etc.

    This is an issue of great stuff; enjoy!

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    Jonathan Stewart had one of his best lines: “This guy is one scotch away from being Ron Burgundy,” spoken of Chris Matthews, and Matthews realized that he forgot for an hour that Obama was black.

    It will be logically explained to you why we know banks were forced to take TARP money.

    Why Obama has no clue as to what free enterprise and innovation are all about.

    Ben Stein did the simple arithmetic: if the average job pays around $50,000/year and the Stimulus Bill was $800 billion, there should have been 16 million jobs created.

    You knew, of course, that Oprah is the #1 television personality; but did you know that #2 is now Glenn Beck?

    A lot happened this week, so this is a huge issue.  Guaranteed, you will find 3 or 4 articles which will capture your interest.

    Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #111    1/24/10   (HTML)   (PDF)   Outstanding, dramatic week; great quotes; and a issue filled with outstanding articles.  And, as usual, news before it happens.

    Did you know that the Director of National Intelligence, Dennis Blair along with the Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano  and Michael Leiter the Director of the National Counter Terrorism Center all admitted that none of them were consulted about how to handle the Christmas day terrorist bomber? 

    I am sure you heard Keith Olbermann’s quote: "In short in Scott Brown we have an irresponsible homophobic racist reactionary ex-nude-model tea-bagging supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees. In any other time in our history this man would have been laughed off the stage as an unqualified and disaster in the making by the most conservative of conservatives. Instead the commonwealth of Massachusetts is close to sending this bad joke to the Senate of the United States."  How is it possible to call someone a homophobe, and, in the same breath, call him by a homophobic pejorative?

    However, did you hear what Dennis Miller said?  “The French...had to do away with all vending machines in schools because of obesity—no More snack cakes, no more candies, no more sodas.  It is all a part of the French master plan to raise healthier cowards.  It’s nice to hear the French have finally taken a stand against somebody, and it’s Little Debbie.”

    A lot happened this week and there is a lot to think about.  All in this latest issue of Conservative Review.

    Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #110    1/17/10   (HTML)   (PDF)   Conservative Review #110

    If you need an explanation as to what caused our economic crisis or want an explanation to email to others, that is included at the end of Financial Crisis Compensation Fee, which is a good analysis of Obama’s most recent proposition.

    Outstanding set of articles this week, including a speech from President Obama of a year ago.  See if his promises are anything like what he has done.

    Karl Rove appends an article with a short, 200 word addition and Axelrod writes a rebuttal; Rove will write an answer to Axelrod’s article this week.

    Great vids this week, including 2 of Beck’s better shows.

    The press’s bias when it comes to Reid’s remarks and Obama stealing from the banks are dramatic; even liberals should be able to grasp the press is not a neutral 3rd party here.

    Great week and great issue; enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #109    1/10/10   (HTML)   (PDF$32,000 spent on a pamphlet to teach people how to shoot heroin.

    Our airport security did not stop the underpants bomber, but it did ferret out Green Beret Michael Yon.  Did you hear about this?

    Keith Olbermann compares Brit Hume witnessing to Tiger Woods to Jihadists.

    Great media links: excellent Hannity program (even if you hate Hannity).

    Michael Mukasey destroys all arguments about how we are dealing with the underwear bomber.

    New Steve Crowder video.

    Did you know that 26% of the Daily Kos readers voted that Rush Limbaugh should be tried and executed for treason?  Is that not a little extreme?

    A lot of news before it happens.

    Great articles: Just what is Homeland Security’s job?  Ann Coulter’s “If you can find a better deal, take it”  Also, “A Nation Under Judgement” (two articles for believers).  “Why the Stimulus Failed.”

    Great issue; you will enjoy it!


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  • Conservative Review #108    1/3/10   (HTML)   (PDF)  Conservative Review #108

    Under This Week’s Events, I listed 3 stories you probably did not hear about.  Quotes of the Week are always good.

    I highly recommend listening to Walter E. Williams subbing for Rush Limbaugh.  If nothing else, listen to hour 2 (which is actually 38 minutes).  He’s brilliant, he’s hilarious and he interviews Thomas Sowell, which is always fantastic.

    Also, don’t miss Daniel Hannan, the voice of reason across the pond.  Two recent videos of him.

    Under my short takes, I give two distinguishing features of conservatives and liberals; see if you agree.

    I think I know what SNL will do next week.

    Nearly 3 columns of what is going to happen this next year.

    Fantastic article one what our Stimulus money is being spent on.

    Plus this is loaded with important facts like, $871,000 spent per house by our government to save the mortgage (which the value of the average house was less than $200,000).

    Enjoy!


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  • Conservative Review #107    12/27/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  

    It was a great Christmas week, and a lot happened.

    If you are having trouble will millions, billions and trillions, I’ll see if I can help you out with that.

    I am offering up what I think is necessary to fix the United States.  I think it is a good article...

    There are great sets of quotations in this issue.  Included are the awards handed out by the Media Research Center.  They did a great job.

    There are several excellent articles on the cost and contents of healthcare legislation.  Particularly, if you are a young person, and you have not really paid much attention to what is going on, this is the issue you need to read.  Just read the articles about healthcare with an open mind.

    By the way, if you are a young person, you need to pay attention; it is your money and your children’s money that is being spent.

    Enjoy!!


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  • Conservative Review #106   12/20/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  There are some great quotations in this CR as well as some fantastic articles.  Why aren’t the banks lending?  It’s explained.  Two examples of how NPR is just another arm of the Democratic party.  Will the healthcare plan pass?  I’ll let you know in this issue.  

    What is Copenhagen all about?  Sarah Palin’s most clever line.  Will the arctic ice be gone in 5 years?  Let’s ask Al Gore about that.  Some of Dennis Miller’s best lines; he was on fire this week, which certainly proves global warming is true.  

    The Obama interview and did some of his lines sound familiar?  It is because he has issued dire warnings before of doom and gloom.

    Links to one of Glenn Beck’s best shows.  European’s have spent billions on global warming.  How has this been working out for them?  And the U.S. has essentially spent nothing.  How do we compare in our respective Cabon footprints?

    Some of the best articles on healthcare legislation, Obama and our economy.

    It was a great week!

    Enjoy!!


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  • Conservative Review #105   12/13/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   Conservative Review #105

    There is so much that happened this week.

    Congress is spending and spending and spending.  There is a good chance you don’t even know about half of what they are doing.

    Do you recall all of the promises President Obama has made about healthcare?  We have an independent agency saying that all of that is false; and, not too much of a surprise, your own healthcare costs are going to go up significantly (as well as your taxes).

    I have a no-nonsense, easy-to-understand article on the current healthcare bills and why Congressional healthcare is going to be so expensive.

    There are also a number of outstanding articles, including:

    Worse Than the Public Option by Philip Klein
    Get Ready for Health Care 'Sticker Shock' from the AP
    A Thinly-Disguised Power Grab:
    The Latest Senate "Compromise" On The Government-Run Health Plan
    The Job-Creation Snow Job by Thomas Sowell
    ObamaJobs: Uncle Sam's Hiring Hall
    The U.S. can't have new entrepreneurs and tax them too by Daniel Henninger
    Tea Party Victory by Richard O’Leary
    A White House Power Grab that Congress and America Doesn't See by SusanAnne Hiller
    You Will Lose Your Private Health Insurance By Robert Tracinski
    Copenhagen's political science by Sarah Palin
    Earmarks Rise to $19.6 Billion in CAGW's 2009 Pig Book
    TARP: Will This Crony Capitalist Slush Fund Ever Die?
    Speech: Obama on jobs and growth
    Climategate and Government-Driven Science by Bruce Walker
    Why Science Is Not Final Arbiter Of Truth by David J. Theroux
    Speaker Pelosi's Spendapalooza


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  • Conservative Review #104   12/6/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   A fantastic collection of quotations this week, as well as great vids and commentary.  Did you know that 71% of Americans are upset or very upset with our government right now?  A lot of excellent stats included today.

    Let me highly recommend Newt Gingrich’s commentary of the jobs summit and, more importantly, how to actually create jobs.  Also important are the 5 major flaws in health legislation and several articles on Climate Science.  Also, Obama’s vision of history and how this warps his understanding of today’s events.

    It is a great issue and a great nation that we live in!

    Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #103   11/30/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   Do you think it was a slow news week?  It wasn’t.  There was a plethora of news this week (much of it was not printed in your paper or shown on most of the alphabet media outlets); there were also a great many revealing quotes.  How did various people and organizations react to Climategate?  Or did you even know there was a climategate?  I strongly recommend the news section and the quotations.

    There are links to great media for this week: Steve Crowder at Club Gitmo, Greta’s TEA party show rebroadcasted; Glenn Beck’s Demise of the Dollar show rebroadcast.

    Don’t miss By the Numbers and Polling by the Numbers either this week.

    You ought to read the two basic approaches to healthcare reform; wherein I clarify the ideological boundaries.

    There are a lot of other excellent articles.

    Enjoy!


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  • Conservative Review #102   11/23/09   (HTML)   (PDF)    A great set of quotes; a lot from liberals.

    Eric Holder's end game.  Since he is not going on precedence in order to try terrorists in a criminal trial (which is how a lawyer is supposed to function), so he has to have another reason.  I'll tell you what I think it is.  Also, if you have not seen it yet, you need to watch the Lindsay Graham grilling of Eric Holder.

    There is information and a video on SEIU that you need to watch.  This is one of the largest organizations which supports Obama.  SEIU head visits Obama more often than anyone else does.

    Did you know there is actually psychology involved in the camera work of the Walters-Palin interview?

    AP assigns 11 fact-checkers to Palin's book; 2 to the healthcare bill.

    News before it happens and Prophecies fulfilled are 2 excellent columns, if you want your news before it happens.

    Plus a couple of excellent articles culled from the internet:

    The Coming Deficit Disaster
    Fact-Check This
    The Coming Jihadi Trial Disaster (there will be consequences for Holder's decision)

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  • Conservative Review #101   11/15/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   Excellent rundown of what happened this past week:

    Higher Taxes; Democratic Disconnect from Reality; 39 Democrats voted against Pelosi; What the Pelosi Health-Care Bill Really Says; Here are some important passages in the 2,000 page legislation by Betsy Mccaughey; Healthcare Bill According to CBS; Stimulus job Numbers Wildly exaggerated by Jenn Abelson and Todd Wallack; Senator Sessions Urges His Republican Colleagues to Oppose Judge David Hamilton; Obama to Purge Republicans from Civil Service?  Krauthammer Compliments Obama.  What's Wrong With Socialism? By Joe Herring


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  • Conservative Review #100   11/8/09   (HTML)   (PDFConservative Review !00th Issue!!

    Excellent quotations from Mike Murphy, Bill Kristol and Dennis Miller.

    Big thumbs up to “V” and link to first episode

    Did you know that Muslims celebrated the Fort Hood shootings?  In the United States.

    Short takes includes some to some of the important differences between liberals and conservatives.

    This issue is filled with number—how many children are on food stamps at one time or another; how many governmental agencies Pelosi-care creates (and a chart of those agencies); and the number of millionaires in Congress.

    Read the Party of No; Republicans can turn it around and use this slogan.

    I offer up some possible solutions for the Fort Hood tragedy...but I am still formulating some of these ideas.

    Plus, a little bit about what I believe is a real political conspiracy possibly equivalent to Nixon’s Watergate.  I do not generally go in for conspiracies....but I think one happened this last election, and the blame goes pretty far up.  You won’t read this anywhere else.

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  • Conservative Review #99   11/1/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  One of the more startling stats I came across...the government, beginning with Bush and going into high gear with Obama, has seized control of 30% of America’s wealth.  How do you feel about that?

    Several articles about healthcare, because if you are not watching FoxNews, you are not getting any real information on the healthcare bill (although, admittedly, 60 Minutes did a good segment on Medicare fraud)

    Great quotes this week, such as Valerie Jarrett speaking truth to power.  And Rush’s comment, finding out that he quoted Obama from a hoax paper, and saying, “But I stand by that quote anyway!”

    How did Cash for Clunkers really do?  Do you know what it costs taxpayers per car?

    How about those jobs...the few that the Stimulus Bill created, do you know how much they cost?

    Also, the Chris Wallace/Rush Limbaugh Interview.

    A lot happened this week.  Great quotes, great articles, great issue.  It’s all in Conservative Review #99:


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  • Conservative Review #98   10/25/09   (HTML)   (PDF

    This is filled with news that you have not heard about...did you know that Obama-care part I has already gone before the Senate...and was shot down?  Do you know that the pay czar is looking to have control over more salaries than those belonging to TARP money recipients?  Did you know that ACORN also gets FEMA grants?  Have you become accustomed to 10% unemployment?  It could be the new normal.

    Great quotes this week, such as Alan Grayson’s comments about Dick Cheney, “I have trouble listening to what he says sometimes because of the blood that drips from his teeth while he is talking; but my response is this: he is just angry because the President doesn't shoot old men in the face."

    Lots of fulfilled prophecies in this issue.  Lots of information.  It all happened this week.  Enjoy!

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  • Conservative Review #97   10/18/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   Were you aware of just how many people attacked Rush Limbaugh over the purchase of the St. Louis Rams?  Did you know one was from Obama’s transition team?  Did you know that anyone could have, with an hour or so research, determine that the racist quotes attributed to Rush were never actually made by him?  Why would news organizations run with false material that could have easily been fact-checked?  If CNN fact checks Saturday Night Live skits, surely they have the ability to do a little fact-checking on their own stories.

    Did you know that the White House Communications director praised Chairman Mao, a man who killed 70 million people, to an audience of high school kids?  This is the same director of communications who just this week went after FoxNews for its bias.

    Did you know that the government has set up funding for ACORN, even if direct government funding is halted?  Banks are required to either make loans that will not be paid back (which is what got us into this economic decline in the first place or they have to pay a fine to ACORN.  We’re talking millions of dollars here.

    Did you hear about the USS New York?

    Did you hear about Sheila Jackson Lee denouncing Rush Limbaugh (a private citizen) on the Congressional floor?

    Do you know where the public stands on healthcare today?

    Did you hear about someone asking Al Gore a difficult question about global warming?

    A lot happened this week.  It’s all in Conservative Review #97:


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  • Conservative Review #96   10/11/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  Did you know that some powerful Democrats are exempting their states from some provisions of the healthcare bill?

    How is it possible for the healthcare bill to cover more people, provide better coverage, and yet, will somehow reduce the deficit?  I will explain that.

    Are there 40,000 or more people dying in the streets every year because they lack healthcare?  Where did this number come from?  I’ll explain.

    Obama’s budget is running a deficit...so what?  Bush ran a deficit as well, right, as have most presidents.  There is a big difference...

    Did you know that CNN actually fact-checked a comedy skit on Saturday Night Live because it presented our President in a negative light?  They did not do this for any skit on Bush, Palin or McCain.

    Great media this week.  People standing in line in Detroit for Obama money are interviewed.  Children sing adoring songs to Rush Limbaugh. Big Bird asks Michelle Obama to produce her husband’s birth certificate.

    Will our government do anything to involve themselves with media?  Will they fund some media?  Will they restrict some media?

    It is all in this issue of Conservative Review #96


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  • Conservative Review #95   10/4/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  President Obama's Plan for Government Debt and Dependency from Heritage.org (this will open your eyes, if you don’t know what is going on today).  Krauthammer on Obama (an abbreviated look at Obama).  The Decline and Fall of Private Education by Chuck Norris.  Obama's U.N. Double Talk by Anne Bayefsky.  Krauthammer Praises Obama (really).  Amid terror threat, Dems chip away at Patriot Act by: Byron York.

    The Rush Section: Michelle’s Grand Sacrifice.  How Dems Will Pass Healthcare (this is both a prophecy and a how-to).  Democrats Practice Projection.  Don't Be Fooled: Obama Isn't Naive.  Which World Leader Asked Obama about Hitler?

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    There are several new regular columns now: A Little Comedy Relief, A Little Bias, and Political Chess.

    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!
  • Conservative Review #94   9/27/09   (HTML)   (PDF) There was a lot of news this week...did you know that Social Security is going broke?  I don’t mean in a few decades, but next year?  Do you know about the latest Obama resignation?  Do you know what is going on with ACORN this week (and did you know that there were ties between ACORN and the IRS?  I didn’t).  Did you know that the Senate health care bill can put you in jail if you do not buy government-approved insurance?  I will admit, I read just the headlines—some or all of which you have not heard of—and it is like we are in a new dimension.  Some of the headline news this week sounds made up, it is so crazy.

    I recommend my first two articles along with the quotations, the news of the week.  There is just so much that happened this past week!

    Define Your Terms—what you call compassion is really socialism or stealing.  Tinkerbell Politics—excellent description of Obama’s concept of ruling.  Baucus Bludgeons Humana (excellent article; first full-frontal assault on free speech).  Prez comes across as a gullible sap by Rich Lowry.  An Obama Speech in 13 Easy Steps by Rich Lowry.  On Afghanistan, Never Mind? by Rich Lowry.  U.N. climate meeting was propaganda: Czech president by Louis Charbonneau.  Obama and the Politics of Concession.  Iran and Russia put Obama to the test last week, and he blinked twice by Mark Helprin.  The Fox Panel on Afghanistan and the CIA.  'Special Report' Panel Rates Obama's U.N. Speech.  Who's on the rolodex of ACORN CEO? [from the Glenn Beck show].  Obamacare Puts Transparency and Accountability on Death Bed.  An email forward for Teachers.

    The Rush Section:
    The Official Obama Criticizer (always one of my favorite bits).  Obama Serves Up America on Silver Platter to UN Freak Show.  Khadafy Sounds like a Democrat (not that shocking nowadays).  Obama Shatters Our Self-Esteem; Denies American Exceptionalism.  Flatulence and Carbon Emissions (see how far carbon control is going in England).  Revisiting the "Financial Crisis" (excellent recap, in case you don’t know what happened).  Environmental Hysteria Doubles Down.  Sound Bites That'll Make You Puke

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    There are several new regular columns now: A Little Comedy Relief, A Little Bias, and Political Chess.

    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy! 
  • Conservative Review #93   9/20/09   (HTML)   (PDF) This is a fantastic issue today!!  Some of the stories you are probably not aware of: Obama has doubled the amount of money in circulation, virtually overnight.  You, the taxpayer, are now on the hook for 90% of the mortgages in the United States (a year ago, this was 50% of the mortgages); and Congress wants al the student loan market.

    Let me recommend The Plane Analogy if you do not understand how anyone could oppose Obama-care (except for being a stingy, mean-hearted bastard, of course).  See what alternative media has done over the past few weeks.  There is a fantastic article which goes through Obama’s health care speech (the big one to Congress) and tells you in great detail what is wrong with it.

    If you recall the two sad stories that Obama told about mean health care insurance companies?  Turns out that Obama distorted the facts dramatically. 

    Don’t forget the quotes, the numbers and the short takes—all excellent this week.

    Oh, and tons of photos of the march on D.C.!

    The Plane Analogy.  The Power of Alternative Media. Speaking Of Misinformation by IBD (The Best Article on Obama's Health Care Speech:).  9/12 was a transformative event by Clarice Feldman and Rosslyn Smith.  Inside the 9/12 protest by: Byron York.  Sean's Top 10 Items for Victory (for the Republican Party) by Sean Hannity.  Health Reform Should Begin with Ending Fraud by Tom Coburn and Jim Frogue.  This is why we don't think Congress can get it right.  Assessing the Protesters by Bill O'Reilly.  The Fox Panel on Trade with China.

    The Rush Section: Saturday Afternoon in Washington D.C.  Desperate Liberals Cry Racism.  Two Americas.  Axelrod to America: Screw You.  DC Protest Mobsters Call Rush.  Obama Claims Economy Saved.  NY Times Does ACORN Story.  Carbon Credit Kiosks.

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    There are several new regular columns now: A little Comedy Relief, a little Bias, and Political Chess.

    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!
  • Conservative Review #92   9/13/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  Great quotes this week, like: Sign carried by Fort Worth woman during the 9-12 demonstration there: “Ask Santa Anna how it went for the last president who tried to take away Texans’ Freedom.”

    There is fantastic stuff in the must-see video, including a special on school textbooks (I had no idea either....); great short takes, and some great articles dealing with Obama-care, Obama’s speeches, and Obama’s economy.

    Obama-War Hawk?  Did you think this would happen?  I explain why.  The Obama Promise.  For you moderates, do you remember these promises?  It's Still the Economy, Stupid!  This could be America's greatest failed presidency. By Daniel Henninger  Obama and the Bureaucratization of Health Care by Sarah Palin.  What Republicans Should Say with Regards to Health Care Reform by Michael Medved.  Commentary on Obama's Speech (I am one of those conservatives who think that Obama did an excellent job at selling his plan; but do his claims hold up to scrutiny?).  Obama's Health Care Speech.  Obama's Health Care Speech in Plain English by Michael F Cannon (this is excellent).

    The Rush Section:  Joe Wilson was Right.  More Will Die with Obama-care.  The Government Wants to Control Our Diet.


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    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview92.htm

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview92.pdf (You may have to right click and download this)

    There are several new regular columns now: A little Comedy Relief, a little Bias, and Political Chess.

    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy! 
  • Conservative Review #91   8/6/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  

    There are some very important stories in here. The White House reaching out to the art community in order to get them to do some propaganda art; the news blackout of Van Jones all of this week. The quotations this week are outstanding, as are the first several videos (under must-watch media). If you have any question as to the concept of American exceptionalism, the first video will set you straight. There was so much that happened this past week.

    The Van Jones (non) feeding frenzy by Byron York (who covered this story when it was a story?). The Apollo Alliance and the Stimulus Bill (did they write the Stimulus Bill? Who are they?). Obama, the Mortal by Charles Krauthammer (always brilliant). True Health Care Reform by John Kyl (yes, conservatives have a plan). Educator-in-Chief—why do conservatives balk at Obama talking to the kids? Are we overreacting? Obama's Missed Opportunity—Obama could have parlayed this school thing into something fantastic, but he did not (please, do not send this idea to the White House, as I want Obama to fail ). How a Detainee Became An Asset Sept. 11 Plotter Cooperated After Waterboarding by Peter Finn, Joby Warrick and Julie Tate (here is what waterboarding got us). Cash for Clunkers Savings (not). EDITORIAL: Not wild about Harry from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Enough is enough, Harry Stop the childish bullying by Sherman Frederick (I don’t care how liberal you are; you will agree that Harry Reid did a way, way stupid thing here).

     

     

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    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief. Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!

  • Conservative Review #90   8/30/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  There are so many good things in this issue!  I strongly recommend reading What Most Liberals Do Not Understand (when it comes to conservatives rejecting Obama-care); we do know all the talking points, we really do!

    There are several great vids: John Stossel did just a short bit on health care which was fantastic (this is under Must Watch Media).  Glenn Beck had a great week this week.  Although, quite frankly, he could have condensed it all to 2 shows, it was still great stuff.  I recommend any of the Glenn Beck vids (if you watch 3 minutes and decide, not for me, then that’s fine; just choose one and watch it).  Bill Kristol and Natalie Arceneaux make excellent points on health care insurance.  Besty Mccaughey is insightful as ever, as is Thomas Sowell. 

    And, of course, Rush Limbaugh doesn’t want the president anywhere near his penis, which is a good conservative position to take, on many levels.

    What Most Liberals Do Not Understand.  Bill Kristol on Healthcare Bill.  Natalie Arceneaux on Healthcare.  Why Muslims are a Threat.  Obama's Health Rationed-in-Chief By Betsy Mccaughey.  Richard's Rant by Richard O'Leary.  Obama's 6-Month Achievement List from an Email (admittedly, a little off-balance).  Random thoughts on Obama, cold weather, diversity and more by Thomas Sowell.  Great escape of our times is from personal by Thomas Sowell.  Obama's 'civilian national security force' by Joseph Farah.  Bill Cosby Excerpts.  Quotes from John Holdren.  The Panel on the Deficit





    The Rush Section Obama Destruction of Capitalism Purposeful.  Obama's FCC Diversity Czar Targets Rush and Talk Radio.  If everyone read these two articles, Obama-care would die.  Rush on Death Panels.  “Leave our Penises Alone, Mr. President”

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    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview90.htm

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    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!

  • Conservative Review #89   8/23/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   There are some excellent things in this issue: the first quotation is outstanding; the Health Care Reform Short Takes, just in case you do not understand why so many people oppose Obama-care.  By the numbers will tell you just who is uninsured.  The George Will article (actually taken from him speaking on a panel) has him covering the 4 arguments for a public option and why they are faulty.  I am moderately happy with the H1N1 proposal; hope it communicates.  Plus, Thomas Sowell always has something smart and persuasive to say.

    If you want to be informed on what happened this week, it is all here.

    Arguments for a Public Option and why these arguments are faulty by George Will
    A Modest (H1N1) Proposal
        by [a spokesman for] Barack Obama
    Deception is at the Heart of Dems' Plans  
        By Thomas Sowell
    Simple Government Regulations for Health Care
    The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare
    Eight things we can do to improve health care without adding to the deficit by John Mackey
    What the Health Care Bill Actually Sas
    By John David Lewis
    ObamaCare's Contradictions
    The President does both sides now on his health insurance plan from the Wall Street Journal
    Gingrich, Howard Dean and Stephanopoulos
    Obama Blame Game
        commentary by Caroline Baum
    Correcting the Untruths About Obama's Health Plan!
        By Betsy Mccaughey
    Deadly Doctors O Advisors Want to Ration Care
        By Betsy Mccaughey
    Lord's Prayer Offends ACLU from LC website
    We Should Promote Energy, Not Tax It: Cap and Trade = Higher Energy Prices and Lost Jobs
    from www.AskHeritage.org
    ABC's Charles Gibson to Cindy Sheehan: Thanks for your sacrifice. Now get lost.  By Byron York
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    The Rush Section  
    Socialized Health Care will Change Fabric of America Forever
    Refuting Obama's Lies about "Lies"
    Obama Revives VA Death Book

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    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy! 
  • Conservative Review #88   8/16/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  There is so much out there by way of information on the health care bill.  I tried to include which articles seemed to be the most informative.

    The thing not to miss: check the Hannity townhall meeting under Must-watch Media; check out the quotes, particularly by Dr. Ezekiel Immanuel; the Michelle Bachman and the Daniel Hannan vids, and Steve Crowder interviewing the unruly mob in Denton and especially PJ TV’s ipod ap and the Cavuto-Simmons interviews.  Oh, and the articles are outstanding as well.  If you want to be informed, here it is:

    Government-Care's Assault on Seniors by Betsy Mccaughey
    Seven Myths About Taxing the Rich by Curtis S. Dubay
    Concerning the "Death Panels" by Sarah Palin
    Reagan on Socialized Medicine
    Top ten questions to ask about Obama's healthcare program by Terri Michel
    A Recovery Only a Statistician Can Love by Annys Shin
    Letter from 53-Year-Old Democrat
    FOX News Explodes While Liberal Media Burns by Bill O'Reilly
    Is Obamacare Consistent With Our First Principles? By Conn Carroll
    Subject: Cardin Town Hall I was there
    AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT OBAMA from Lou Prichett
    How to Start Each Day with a Positive Outlook

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    The Rush Section

    Duke Professor Explains What the Health Care Bill Actually Says
    Was Obama's Town Hall Staged?
    Mobsters Report from Town Halls
    Obama Lies at New Hampshire Health Care Town Hall
    Democrats Set Up War Rooms, Websites to Instruct Their Zombies
    Woman Who Can't Get Men to Play Her Sues City


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    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). And a brand new column: Comedy Relief.  Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy! 

  • Conservative Review #87   8/9/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   I strongly recommend reading at least the quotations today; they are fantastic! Example: Michelle Malkin: "They misunderstand the roots of this [anti-Obama-care] movement. It is not directed from the top down. The Republican party could only wish they were this competent."  Great week for quotes. If you wonder how anyone could object to liberal healthcare reform, then read "Why People Object to Obama-Care" as well as "Questions Pollsters need to ask." (In the Rush section).  There are things in this healthcare bill which are going to surprise you!

    Why People Object to Obama-Care (just in case you think that a government-option is going to make health care cheaper and better).  Astroturf Objections.  The New White House: www.Snitch.Com (What if George Bush did this?).  What is Being Sent Out to Obama Supporters (these are the actual emails which Obama and company are sending out).  Take Two Aspirin And Call Me When Your Cancer is Stage 4 by Ann Coulter.  `You Are Terrifying Us' by Peggy Noonan.  Palin on Obama's Evil Death Panel by Mark Thiessen.  Your Guide to Corporate Astroturfing: Lobbyist-Run Groups Orchestrating... by Kate Thomas.  Jim DeMint's Blog (he makes some excellent points).  The New Commandments (author unknown).  List of the Blue Dog Democrats (in case you need to know who to call.

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    The Rush Section: These are the Questions for Pollsters to Ask (these are outstanding and VERY specific questions—stuff you do not know are in the House healthcare bill).  Far-Left Leadership Ripping Dems Apart.  Rush Interviews Eyewitness to Tampa Bay Townhall Meeting (this is what happened; especially important to those of you with limited news).  Rush Stands up for the Mob.  Axelrod Invents Astroturfing

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    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview87.pdf (You may have to right click and download this)

    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!
  • Conservative Review #86   8/2/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   This is an excellent issue on health care legislation, as well as some insight on the Cash for Clunkers project.  I strongly recommend that you read why Health Care Costs Increase; and Cash for Clunkers (what is wrong with this program); and how there is at least one thing in the future that I cannot predict.

    Health Care Costs Increase—this is a common sense approach; read this, and why health costs are going up in the U.S. will become perspicuous...and, knowing this, tells you why Obama-care is not going to cut costs, because none of these things are addressed.  Cash for Clunkers—the Dems are sooooo proud of this program; I’ll tell you what is wrong with it.  The Future Confuses Me Here—I honestly have no clue whether Democrats will pass health care legislation or not...this is a tough one to call.  5 freedoms you'd lose in health care reform by Shawn Tully, editor at large at Money Magazine.  Why Is the Far Left Saying America Is a Dumb Country? by Bill O'Reilly.  'Special Report' Panel on Whether Government Will Coerce People Into Health Care Choices (great discussion with some excellent points; this is one of the reasons you ought to be watch FoxNews).  Clunker Health Care Reform by the Heritage Foundation.  Cash for Clunkers Why Obamanomics Will Fail by the Heritage Foundation

    The Rush Section: Andrea Mitchell: You're Too Stupid to Know Obamacare is Good for You.  Dems Face House of Horrors in Townhalls.  State-Run Media Promotes Race War between TalkRadio and President Obama.  Barney Frank Threatens Banks.  Obama Continues to Blame Bush.  Obama Decides which Docs Get Paid.

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview86.htm

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    And the regular columns: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!

  • Conservative Review #85   7/26/09   (HTML)   (PDF) Let me recommend this week my [partial] solution to the health care problem.  Also, the video this week is fantastic (especially if you are not very well-informed about the health care bill).

    The Health Care Solution (a few ideas on how to deal with this problem).  Another Brilliant Idea (Do you want to write a book?  Here’s an idea....).  Obama on Obama-Care with Commentary (what Obama tried to sell as factual was unbelievable; who can swallow any of this?).  Perils of Obamacare: the Three Big Lies By Michael Tanner.  FACT CHECK: Obama's Health Care Claims Adrift? (from the NY Times July 22, 2009).  Obama's Broken Promises by Betsy Mccaughey


    The Rush Section: Bo Snerdley Official Obama Criticizer.  Office of Imaginary Information.  Obama-care Targets Elderly and the Unborn.

    On the net at:
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview85.htm 
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview85.pdf  

    And there are the regular columns with short and concise thoughts: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    Enjoy!
  • Conservative Review #84   7/19/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  There are a couple of excellent stories that I highly recommend: my observations on the press and how well it has informed the people of California (at least the ones I know).  Rove wrote an outstanding article about how Obama first tells us the Stimulus plan will do this, and since it did not do what is was supposed to do, Obama pretends that the Stimulus plan results were not what he originally said.  And, of course, the adoring press never calls him on it.  Karl Rove does.  You have heard over and over again, if you like your present health care plan that you can keep it?  Obama crafts his language very carefully.  Obama-care will keep you from changing to a different plan unless it is government-run health care.  Of course, your news did not tell you that.  Like many conservatives, I did nor worship Walter Conkite.  In fact, I hold him to blame, in part, for our loss in Vietnam, which loss was not inevitable; and the resultant 2–3 million deaths were not inevitable either.  Finally, two outstanding articles about the economy and health care, with information you don’t get on television or in your newspaper.

    The Problem with Our Press (I spend a few days out in California, and asked a few simple questions about certain farms which suddenly are going without water and about the huge TEA parties which have been held in Sacramento—I think that there have been 3.  Apparently, these are things which Sacramento news does not want anyone to know about.  The Czar List (there are a lot of them).  The President Moves the Economic Goalpost—The stimulus isn't working as originally advertised by Karl Rove.  It's Not An Option by Investor's Business.  Daily Cronkite Dies & Liberal Love-In Commences by Curt
    The Economy Is Even Worse Than You Think by Mortimer Zuckerman.  On Health Care, Obama Battles History and Human Nature by Geoff Colvin

    The Rush Section:  Obama is Tanking US Economy on Purpose.  Sotomayor Hides Her Radicalism.  Sessions Grills Sotomayor.  Another Obama Gaff.  Ginsburg Reveals True Reason for Abortion.  Sotomayor’s Many Gaffs.  Cheney’s Secret Plan

    In these first few regular columns, I try to offer up short and concise thoughts: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    On the net at:
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview84.htm 
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview84.pdf  

    Enjoy!
  • Conservative Review #83   7/12/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   The Palin Thing (here’s what I think it is).  Realism vs. Fantasy Politics (how liberals and conservatives differ on the environment).  The Waxman-Markey Travesty—Isn't saving the planet grand?  By Rich Lowry  EPA's game of global warming hide-and-seek by Michelle Malkin

    The Rush Section 
    Cap and Trade Follow the Money
    Obama Aligns Self with Dictator
    How the Liberal Brain is Different
    Blowing the Whistle on Obama
    Obama Iraq Statement

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview83.htm 

    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview83.pdf 

    Enjoy!
  • Conservative Review #82   7/5/09   (HTML)   (PDF) I did not write any complete articles this week, but look under the Short Takes and By the Numbers—there is a lot of important stuff going on this week.

    How health care 'reforms' will mess with your coverage by Betsy Mccaughey (don’t think that Obama care is just going to be another option or another player).  The Fox Panel and Honduras (Obama decided quickly to let his views be known here.  If you know nothing about this, I suggest you enjoy their comments).  Obama and Immigration by Dee Dee the Latina Freedom Fighter (Dee Dee’s latest missive, also available on Youtube.com; search for the Latina Freedom Fighter).  Chip and Helen Beat up on Robert Gibbs (text of their famous dustup this week)  This gives me a little hope.

    The Rush Section  Obama to Change your Lightbulbs.  Environmental Impact Inspection to Sell Your Own Home (of course, you knew nothing about this before this bill went up for a vote; by the way, this is the way that California is run...is there a chance that these thousands upon thousands of inspectors might put some strain on the California budget?).  Conservative Radio People are Terrorists (direct to you from the Sacramento Assembly).  Obama Economic Philosophy in a Nutshell (if you have not heard Rush pontificate on this, this is an important issue).



    In these first few regular columns, I try to offer up short and concise thoughts: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    On the net at:
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview82.htm  
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview82.pdf   

    Enjoy!

  • Conservative Review #81   6/28/09   (HTML)   (PDF)  Cap and Trade (this bill blew through town in a week, will possibly be the most costly bill to the average person, and how much have you heard about it?).  3 Supreme Court Cases (there are at least 2 significant cases for them to rule on before summer vacation).  A few thoughts on the California Budget Problems (I get so disgusted with governmental dishonesty; they can’t meet their bills, and the first thing that they do is threaten to shut down the schools).  Dick Morris on the Obama Takeover (this is excellent; there are several strategies in order to insure an Obama victory in 3.5 years).  The 'Axis of Evil' and President Obama by Bill O'Reilly.  Unanswered Questions about Health Care by Neil Cavuto (Neil is fantastic).  The Obama Press Conference #4 (on Iran and Health Care) with a few comments by me.  His answers were so dishonest!  The Economic Impact of the Waxman-Markey Cap-and-Trade Bill by Ben Lieberman (outstanding article).  'Green jobs' studies contain fundamental flaws, think tank experts say by Mark Tapscott (the main problem is, green legislation destroys more jobs than it creates).  The High Cost of Cap and Trade: Why the EPA and CBO Are Wrong by heritage.org (this is short and you need to read it).

    The Rush Section: Cap and Tax Bill.  Is Obama an African Colonial? (This is a fascinating perspective).  The Waxman-Markey Bill simply Redistributes Wealth (I just heard Axelrod talk about how the poor will be getting more money back in a few years because of cap and trade).  It is all about control... The Government Determines the Health Care you Get.  Stock Markets-Who's Selling?  Energy Tax? Follow the Money.

    In these first few regular columns, I try to offer up short and concise thoughts: This Week's Events (I try not to editorialize here). Quotes of the Week (these are either funny to me, ironic, or revealing). Joe Biden Prophecy Watch (I stole the column head from the Fox All Stars, if memory serves; it is based upon Biden’s warning about Obama being tested). Must-Watch Media (with the internet, there is a lot which comes out every single week and some of which is well worth watching). Short Takes (here, I get into editorializing; I recommend this section highly to liberals and conservatives both). By the Numbers (too often, liberals debate from made up assumptions; these numbers often set the record straight; one example this week is 40 million abortions, which liberals support as versus 3 terrorists who have been water boarded and subject to a few hours of discomfort—and we are supposed to ignore the abortions but become incensed over causing discomfort to not even a handful of terrorists). Polling by the Numbers (this is new; so you can see how the public is thinking). Saturday Night Live Misses (SNL will rarely make fun of Obama—his inability to speak when not on a teleprompter; but they will draw the most absurd caricatures of conservatives; and so, they miss so much that they could make fun of). Yay Democrats! (now and again I agree with what Dems want to do or with what specific Democrats say; you will be surprised at who I like this week). Obama-Speak (Obama is able to sound great and I find myself agreeing with much of what he says; but often he says one thing, and does something entirely different). Questions for Obama (although the press has improved slightly when it comes to asking Obama questions, they still do not hold his feet to the fire). You Know You've Been Brainwashed when... (if you have a particular mindset or a particular opinion which is not based upon facts; or the news keeps telling you one thing, when just the opposite is true). News before it happens (if I have a correct worldview, then I ought to be able to give you reasonable predictions of what is to come). Prophecies Fulfilled (these are prophecies which I have made weeks or months ago which have come to pass). Missing Headlines (stuff happens and your newspapers often ignore them or bury them in the back pages of your paper).

    On the net at:
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview81.htm  
    http://kukis.org/blog/ConservativeReview81.pdf   

    Enjoy!

  • Conservative Review #80   6/21/09   (HTML)   (PDF)   Great quotes this week; great numbers and poll numbers; and excellent short takes.  Also, do not miss the first two stories—Health Care by the Numbers and Something Fishy.

    Health Care-by the Numbers (these are simple numbers to work with, and why no one is touting this simple math, I do not know; this is an exclusive).  Something is Very Fishy Here (so, our government gets to screw things up, and then come in and say, “Well, we just need more government control to fix it.”).  Barbara Boxer, You're Okay (from NPR; they agree with Boxer.  Letter from a 4th grade teacher (okay, okay, we do not know who really wrote this, but the sentiments are good).  Barack Obama Complains About FOX News Again by Bill O'Reilly (Obama’s point, that all day long, there are negative stories on him on FoxNews is just a lie).  The Fox Panel on