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Posted on 2025.07.16 at 20:20
Welcome to the blog of OneAngryChristian.

Make yourself at home.

A bit about me: I'm very opinionated. I seldom actually share those opinions in my real life with anyone I'm not really close to. I use this blog as an outlet which means I'm not here to hear every side of the argument. I hear the other side every day when I turn on the TV, open my browser and read the news, or listen to any number of my co-workers, associates, and/or random people I meet. In short, this is my page. If you don't like what I post don't read it. If you want to argue go find someone else to do it with. If you don't like that... too friggin bad.

I actually enjoy banning people who start agressive arguments. That's probably because I can practically hear their self important opinions imploding and crushing their egos from the other side of the netverse.

Sounds terrible doesn't it? Not really. Opinions are a dime a dozen. Yours is no more valuable than mine. I'm not going to come to your page and climb down your throat. Don't do it on mine unless you just enjoy being booted. If you do then by all means... have at.

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Should we prepare for tragedies?

Posted on 2011.05.24 at 10:14
 Interesting overly inflated outrage of the day, where in a representative compares being prepared for rape to making sure you have a spare tire.

Bollier asked him, “And so women need to plan ahead for issues that they have no control over with a pregnancy?”
DeGraaf drew groans of protest from some House members when he responded, “I have spare tire on my car.”
“I also have life insurance,” he added. “I have a lot of things that I plan ahead for.”

Of course the headling of the article, the lead in, and last bit of it are well written to seriously piss off whoever happens to be reading it no matter what their political leanings ... that is assuming you don't apply logic but rather lean entirely on your emotions.

It reads a lot like a teen aged drama queen screaming about a two week relationship collapsing. The world... it's over... esp if these evil republicans have their way. Was the comparison ham handed? Yes. Completely. Was it a "moral outrage?" Only if you think preparing for reality is some how morally outrageous. Life is NOT simple or pretty. We prepare for tragedies every day.

Those who don't? Well... go watch footage of hurricane Katrina or consider walking the streets of DC unarmed at night (or even during the day for that matter).

Am I heartless? No. I own weapons in preparation for someone to attempt to murder me. I have life insurance for the same reason. I also have life insurance on my kids incase they die in a car accident or someone tries to end their lives. I have home owners insurance incase someone steals my belongings. I have car insurance in case I am hit on the way to work. I have accidental DEATH AND DISMEMBERMENT insurance, and I have disability insurance. OMG! I had to PREPARE for dismemberment? HOW AWEFUL!

These aren't pleasant things. They're not things I like to think about, but I DO prepare for them, and the idea that people shouldn't have to prepare or consider tragedy? It's utterly ridiculous.

The idea that preparing for a tragedy is somehow a "moral outrage" is flatly stupid. If you can't think beyond the simple emotional ploys of the leftist blogosphere ... here's your sign.

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Media monster whips up internet meme

Posted on 2011.05.18 at 21:54
Consider the headline in this artice.

"Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to Prevent Same-Sex Couples Hospital Visitation Rights"

Great headline. It's really eye catching. It just screams controversy. Apparently, Governor Walker hates gays. He hates them so much in fact that he goes out of his way to destroy their rights. What did he do? Did he ... ban them from appearing in public? Did he veto a bill on declaring them human? Did he even so much as ... publicly rant about gay marriage? Heaven forbid that anyone should express their personal feelings on the matter.

No. He asked the State Attourney to quit defending a law that in it somewhere says that Gay couples may have hospital visitation and the same general rights in that situation as hetereo sexual couples.

Q: that seems really terrible, doesn't it?
A: No. It doesn't.
Q: Why? Aren't you FOR gays being able to visit in the hospital?
A: Because we don't know WHY he said it was unconstitutional. For all we know he may have declared it that because it gave all private lands to the government. The article FAILS to explain WHY. It's obviously a political hack job. Therefore, it should be ignored until someone who isn't grinding a political Axe puts up a report about it.

This smacks of so much dishonesty and yet facebook is already passing it around like candy. Roman Mob anyone? It amazes me how incredibly resistant people are to the concept of QUESTIONING their news sources.


-One Angry Christian

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Posted on 2011.02.15 at 05:12
One Angry Christian

OH MY GAWD! I know this probably won't hit the senate and pass. Even if it does and the bill goes before Obama, he'll veto it. Probably. Likely? With him attempting to run toward the middle ... I hold out SOME hope that he may sign off on it with the notion of moving toward reform that's more moderate.

He's not stupid. His handling of the Tuscon incident shows that. He has one eye on his poll numbers and the other eye on re-election.

The fact that this made it through the house gives me chills. Man... this maybe the start of the end of the healthcare beast, and not a day too early.

I've got the Chris Matthew's tingle up my leg. Heh.'

ps. wrote this when it happened forgot to post it. I still think this monster is going down one way or another.

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Take that hippy.

Posted on 2011.01.27 at 18:08
Some what offensive image under this cut. You were warned. Collapse )

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Islamic extremists crossing our southern border

Posted on 2011.01.27 at 17:40
 Islamic extremists crossing our southern border
One Angry Christian

This oughta scare the beejeezus out of you:
A book celebrating suicide bombers has been found in the Arizona desert just north of the U.S.- Mexican border, authorities tell Fox News.
The book, "In Memory of Our Martyrs," was spotted Tuesday by a U.S. Border Patrol agent out of the Casa Grande substation who was patrolling a route known for smuggling illegal immigrants
It's ironic to me that conservatives have been screaming about border security for years only to be called racists. This situation is cratering the claims liberals have made for years that only racists want to secure the borders.

What's that you say? The one book isn't evidence enough? This maybe a coincidence? You need more proof? Oh well then read on further down in the article.
Statements from U.S. officials, including FBI director Robert Mueller, have raised serious concerns in recent years over "OTMs" -- or illegal immigrants other than Mexicans -- who have crossed the southwest border at alarming rates.
Mueller testified before the House Appropriations Committee in March 2005 that "there are individuals from countries with known Al Qaeda connections who are changing their Islamic surnames to Hispanic-sounding names and obtaining false Hispanic identities, learning to speak Spanish and pretending to be Hispanic.
Emphasis mine.

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Banning the head phones while walking?

Posted on 2011.01.26 at 19:16
Banning the head phones while walking? One Angry Christian 1-26-11 I found this story linked on hotair.com:
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Lawmakers in at least two states are looking to pull the plug on texting pedestrians and iPod-obsessed runners, claiming their diverted attention borders on disaster. After targeting drivers who paid more attention to their phone calls and text messages than the road, lawmakers in Arkansas and New York are now looking to crack down on pedestrians equally distracted by their own electronic gadgets. Lawmakers in both states have proposed restrictions on using cell phones and music players such as iPods by people running and walking on the street or sidewalk. The apparent message: Distracted pedestrians are dangerous.
Firstly let me say I saw this two days ago when the article was first published and might I say ... Arkansas voters have responded heavily to the idiot who proposed this.

It's hard to understand how Representatives are finding the time to kick around such incredibly unimportant and voter opposed legislation when our states are in a serious bind budget wise.

Fair enough to say, Arkansas is doing pretty well thus far budget wise, but when Southern Arkansas is known around the state for having generational welfare families... I think maybe their time is better spent on bringing jobs to the areas that need them rather than telling me I can't wear my headset on my run.

How do these people get elected? Wow.

UPDATE: I simply must post this quote
From 40/29 news
Jeffress, a Democrat from Crossett, acknowledged that he was backing away from the idea partly because of backlash from opponents of the ban. Jeffress' proposal, which did not specify any penalty, would have allowed pedestrians to listen to music in one earphone. "I've had about half a dozen positive hits on it and ten times that many against it. That's the thing," Jeffress said. "I think it's just time to let everybody know to quit e-mailing me."
Imagine what would happen if people paid more attention to local politics? :)

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Tom Harkin Lady Gaga Fundraiser?

Posted on 2011.01.20 at 22:02
Tom Harkin fundraising at a Lady Gaga Concert. Really?

Great way to show you're in touch with America's needs where fiscal responsibility is concerned. I'm tempted to buy a ticket just to get to give him an ear full whilest enjoying the concert from the VIP section. That's a win win for me. :)

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Posted on 2011.01.20 at 19:59
Since MTv got away from airing mostly music videos and into tv shows and the like parents have complained and complained about the sexual content of their shows. I'm pretty sure there were complaints before then even.

MTv kept peddling it's sexually charged programming and videos in the name of artistic free expression. Where as I support that to a large degree, this story (if REMOTELY true) I can only react to with one simple statement while reflecting on the absolute arrogance the music industry has shown to the concerns of parents: Kharma's a bitch ain't it?

Granted the update says that it's possible that MTv is actually leaking this to draw attention and ratings. All I have to say to that is if this is true they're going to take a serious beating down the road. Bet me. Regardless, this is bad - very bad for MTv.

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Righting the ship in a very big way

Posted on 2011.01.19 at 17:27
There are a few conversations I've been having with conservatives that I chat with in person in my region and almost always it turns to what the next election cycle is going to look like. I sat down with my Dad last night and as it always does our conversation turned to politics. It's interesting to talk to so many locals here in Northwest Arkansas and hear what conservatives in such an "uneducated area" (uneducated in the eyes of most of the left coasts anyway) think.

We're all of roughly the same opinion: the next election is going to go red, but each person has a different opinion on why, how, and to what degree.

I think this next election is going to be a bloodbath for Democrats again. Why? Because they have not deviated from their policies, and Republicans are doubling down on the fiscal conservative initiative. Republicans aren't just doing that in policy but INTERNALLY. That bodes very well for the party.

A taste of what "establishment" Republicans are thinking via Karl Rove:

The RNC is not just broke: it’s deeply in debt and reportedly without enough money to make payroll when the balloting began last Friday. The RNC has seen a nearly $50 million swing from almost $25 million in the bank when Steele became chairman to more than $21 million in the red when he left. The GOP HQ is likely to see checks roll in this week from donors grateful Steele is out, but it’s hard to raise money to pay off debt.

Priebus has told GOP insiders he understands the RNC’s grave financial position and will work the problem from both ends. He’s already fired Steele’s picks to run the 2012 Tampa Republican Convention. They were hired and dispatched to Florida last summer, more than a year before is customary, and immediately began running up big housing bills and other expenses. Priebus has also begun an extensive outreach to the GOP’s fundraising pooh-bahs to explain there’s a new fiscal regime in place. No more bloated entourages, sweetheart deals, and lack of financial oversight.

Emphasis mine.

The point here is that Priebus isn't just talking about changing the way the RNC does business internally. He's grabbed the wheel and cut a sharp about face. I think this is just the first in several hard turns that the RNC is about to make.

With veterans like Karl Rove (whom most of us consider establishment) cheering him on this may turn into a massive team effort about face which will likely lead to a more financially powerful, better organized, more streamlined, extremely effective RNC. All of this is imo is a great sign for fiscal conservatives because it makes it obvious that the fiscal conservatism touted in the campaigns IS NOT just a slogan. It has become not only policy where legislation is concerned but an internal mechanism that will drive the RNC to fundamental change.

Karl goes on to say:

Restoring the RNC’s effectiveness requires time, discipline, leadership, and money. The new Republican national chairman has time and appears to have the needed discipline. Whether he gets the job done will depend on his leadership and fundraising

Where as I agree, I think the one thing he's leaving out here is the fact that the Tea Party whips will be at their establishement backs if this doesn't get done. If it continues to progress in the direction of fiscal disclipline you can expect Tea Partiers will be well stuffed under the tent of the GOP in full support of implimenting the GOP's new found fiscal discipline.

So far it appears to be a good cycle to be a conservative supporting the GOP. We'll see how it goes going forward.

Irony gold

A U.S. conversation group has sued the federal government over its approval of a major solar power plant in the California desert, the latest in a string of challenges to the nation's renewable energy goals from the environmental community.

So environmentalists don't want us to use any sort of fossil fuel, nuclear power, and now... no solar either? This is nearly comical having tree huggers sue to stop a solar power plant. What's next?

Also interesting in the same article:

Oakland, California-based Brightsource has taken measures to assuage environmentalists' concerns about the project. In October, the privately held company reached a deal with litigious environmental group The Center for Biological Diversity to acquire thousands of acres of habitat for the desert tortoise and other rare species.

On top of that if you read the article there's a group of Native American's suing over use of the desert for solar power plants. What is so insanely obvious to me here is that someone SOMEWHERE has to give up some land for power plants. SOMEWHERE the environment is going to be impacted.

So long as these groups are going to file complaints and try to sue over this sort of thing even when the energy company is trying to work around them... how about we find their headquarters and see if the feds will build a nuke plant on their back lots?

That'd probably shut them up.

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Censorship and Canada

Posted on 2011.01.13 at 21:15
Firstly, I have to get something off my chest. Obama's speech? I think he did a hell of a job. Kudos to him for being a great leader at this particular moment in time.

Now? Back to opposing his policies.

What did I really log in to post about? This retardedness

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has ruled that Dire Straits’ 1980s hit Money for Nothing is too offensive for Canadian radio.

The ruling, released Wednesday, was in response to a complaint against St. John’s radio station CHOZ-FM. The listener complained that the word faggot – which appears three times in the song is “extremely offensive” to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

Reminds me of a publisher who is currently censoring our classics. John Stewart has more on that. and yes Money for Nothing is an American Music Classic released shortly after MTv became very popular. I remember it from my childhood. WTH Canada?

Remember when the left was against censorship? Apparently those days are over, but wait... those days (if you bother to really pay attention never existed in the first place.

So today marks the day in which I can officially point at Canada as an instrument in censorship for no real apparent reason... along with those tards censoring Mark Twain.

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And now... A special comment

Posted on 2011.01.10 at 17:40
Dear Keith Olberman have you so quickly forgotten what kind of assasination fantasy the left created during the Bush years? Apparently your memory is really damn short.

I can find dozens of books, articles, movies, and even songs about killing conservatives and those the left disagree with often times written and created by people who watch and publicly support your show. Are you responsible for their crazy? Does Cindy Sheehan ring any bells? Remember her fantasizing about killing Dick Cheney? Yes? No?

When you and your kind bother to reign in your inflammatory rhetoric I'll take your feigned outrage seriously. Till then? Shove it.

H/T AllyKatt

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cuz I feel like I should

Posted on 2011.01.09 at 22:57
So obviously I haven't been posting. I've abandoned most of my political blogs as I've been busy with other stuff, and frankly the stress of dealing with the lefty online trolls who patrol the blogosphere ... well it's often just not worth dealing with when I'm really stressed out with my IRL goings ons.

I took a break. I think I'm done with that. I probably won't post extremely often, but for now I'm back.

I hope everyone is well. I really missed reading some of your journals. Hotair is about the only real political feed I've been paying attention to lately. After just cruising through my friends list again I'd forgotten how much information you guys bring to light here.

It's good to be back, even if only for a while.

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And if you're on facebook

Posted on 2011.01.09 at 21:22
I'm writing there as well.

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Blood Libel and the insane left

Posted on 2011.01.09 at 21:15
“To be clear, if you’re using this event to criticize the ‘rhetoric’ of Mrs. Palin or others with whom you disagree, then you’re either: (a) asserting a connection between the ‘rhetoric’ and the shooting, which based on evidence to date would be what we call a vicious lie; or (b) you’re not, in which case you’re just seizing on a tragedy to try to score unrelated political points, which is contemptible. Which is it?

“I understand the desperation that Democrats must feel after taking a historic beating in the midterm elections and seeing the popularity of ObamaCare plummet while voters flee the party in droves. But those who purport to care about the health of our political community demonstrate precious little actual concern for America’s political well-being when they seize on any pretext, however flimsy, to call their political opponents accomplices to murder.

“Where is the decency in that?”

It is hard to explain how very angry I am right now at how incredibly predictable this situation is. A politician with the letter D in front of their name gets shot, and thankfully does NOT die by an anarchist nut job. The media in full swing does a masterful job of turning the story on its tail and nailing the tea party right in the face with it.

The Democrats couldn't ask for better PR if they were paying the media out right and publicly.

The fact that the person who pulled a gun and killed over a half dozen people murdered a Republican appointed judge doesn't matter. The fact that he had no ties, literature, or anything else linking him to Sarah Palin doesn't matter. The fact that I knew this is how the story would play out the moment I read it makes my stomach turn.

The worst of the worst on the left are immediately turning this as some sort of political weapon to try and paint those whom they fear most as some sort of violent nut job movement when in fact there is not a single shred of evidence that this guy was in anyway linked to the Tea Party OR Sarah Palin.

In fact, he's more linked to the Democrats than anyone as there are more than a few Dems who associate with and push the policies of the Communist party. He was quite fond of the Communist Manifesto.

I don't see ONE SINGLE OUTLET pointing out the connection. Why? Because it's ridiculous. It's LESS ridiculous than pointing to Palin, but somehow they miss the less ridiculous connection and reach for the utterly ridiculous one. Why? Because they're intellectually bankrupt and completely in the pocket of the leftist movement.

When the left removed Ed Shultz from the air via boycott I'll take seriously their flat flagrant obvious lie that they care about the inflammatory political discourse in this country. The only thing they care about is digging their sorry asses out of the political hole they've landed in due to their own bad policies.

Using the dead and one nut job to try and undo that just makes obvious how desperate and insanely delusional they are in the process.

God help us if these people regain power.

H/T hotair.com

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ArProgress.org advancing Arkansas

Posted on 2010.01.13 at 21:56
I just got off the phone with the guy who's running ArProgress.org. He seems a lot like a citizen who's just tired of watching the government grow, and has set out to bit by bit shrink the government.

You can check his site out here: http://www.arprogress.org
Information on the initiative is here: http://www.arprogress.org/aronetax.html
The actual initiative is here: http://arprogress.org/pdf/ballot_initiative.pdf
An article about the initiative is here: http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2010/jan/13/state-flat-sales-tax-plan-certified-ballo-20100113/

The liberal response is of course published here: http://www.arktimes.com/blogs/arkansasblog/2010/01/the_end_of_arkansas_government.aspx

God forbid I am ever asked to run for office or start a political movement. I don't think my family could stand having to deal with the onslaught of negativity and personal attacks that come with simply trying to make your State a more prosperous and safe place to live.

Take, for instance, Brandon Woodrome. He's the flat tax guy. You may have read about his and his partner's efforts to move along an initiative to move Arkansas AHEAD of other states in tax policy by instituting a flat tax where in Arkansans would be taxed ONCE on goods and services. They'd be taxed not at all on their income.

Some would argue that this encourages people to save their money. In an economy that most liberals have screeched is "unsustainable" because of the nations inhabitants debt and conservatives have been unable or lacking the will power to restrain government spending you'd think that people could come together on the idea that saving money rather than borrowing and spending perpetually is a wonderful thing.

I would argue that boosting taxes on purchases and cutting pay roll taxes would actually HELP the poor. The percentage of goods and services they buy in comparison with the middle class and the wealthy is miniscule. I know. I've ranged from poverty to the middle class.

I spend more now than I ever have on electronics, materials for my home and car, groceries, clothes, and the list goes on forever. I also bought a home which is taxed. I've purchased two vehicles, and I intend on buying more sound gear for my business.

I'm a dj by the way. We spend THOUSANDS on sound and music.

From my point of view this is a great idea. Am I a "neanderthal" for supporting cutting the government's power to reach into mine and my family's pocket book? Dear God. Say it isn't so that the simple are the only people with the common sense to limit government.

I just read two blogs from Arkansas online news outlets about this man's initiative. While both of them basically said he's a harbinger of the end of the world (you'd think he rides a black horse the way he's described) they mostly strayed from personal attacks. The commentators, however, were less than polite.

It amazes me that these "politically savvy" people (or so they consider themselves) haven't common decency. If this is the politically educated registered voter in our state God help us all.

They not only derided his character and insulted his intelligence, but they also attempted to gain and post his personal contact information on the thread. I wouldn't want to be him if they find that information. It's little wonder why the common person avoids being involved in politics. Beware the trolls.

Brandon, you're a braver man than I. Kudos to you for bothering to step up for your State.

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The Canibals are loose

Posted on 2009.09.03 at 20:55
The Canibals are loose
One Angry Christian

Litterally, but ya know seriously. I don't think I've ever seen a time when the far left wing of the Democrats has ever been so ready to eat itself.

Am I the only one laughing and roasting marshmallows over their collapsing grip on power? The health care debate is crushing them. Obama's advisers are being outed as Communists using their own words. Porkulous is back firing massively, and every program they've put into place thus far has done nothing but piss off the voters.

It's a good day to be a conservative who wants to take back the government and cut the Federal Government's power to pieces. Liberals have made it possible for every reasonable person in America to see just how incredibly STUPID big government is.

It's like watching the three stooges staring Obama, Pelosi, and Olberman. Frankly, I'm GLAD the Republicans lost. Maybe now conservatives can actually take back the GOP, and we can quit putting big spenders into positions of power.

It's time to cut spending, shrink the government, and tell the political class that they work for us. If they don't like it they can get the hell out of office. It's time to rally the volunteers to decimate the Democrats grip on our country. Now is the time for real conservatives to get involved. Leave compassionate "conservatism" at the door.

It's time to bring liberty back to America, and let the people make their own decisions on how to live their lives.

-One Angry Christian
(The liberals asked for a revolution - a war of ideas. It's time we gave them one.)

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It's the big government Stupid!

Posted on 2009.08.23 at 21:18
It's the big government Stupid!
One Angry Christian

So I've been really busy lately. I know I haven't posted in forever. Much has happened. I've been keeping my eye on the news, and some of what is going on is frightening. Some of it is... well... hilarious.

While most everyone I know is lamenting the current administration I'm nearly celebrating. I said during the campaign season to someone close to me that I hoped the republican party lost. Why? Because if the leftist democrats get what they want, and America gets to see them for what they are.

It's been fun watching the leftists destroy themselves. I can't put a price tag on watching the media demonize average Americans who protest our extremely over weight government, and watching most of the people I know get more and more angry. They're not just angry with politicians. They're angry with the media. I think the bias of most media has become so obvious that even left leaning moderates are finally starting to see it.

You just can't PAY for that kind of promotion for a small government agenda. The media by freaking out is doing for the conservative movement what we couldn't do for ourselves. It's so beautiful it just makes me wanna throw a party.

With that I give you ... the Top Ten Reasons Obama won't be re-elected as written in the New York Post's "The Real Reason Americans are Angry: It's the Big Government, Stupid!"

Top 10 Obama Government Grabs

1. The Stimulus ($787 billion)

Making government the nation's largest employer.

2. The Omnibus ($410 billion)

Now largely forgotten, this porktastic piece of leftover Bush legislation passed in March without so much as a peep from a new administration that campaigned nobly against earmarks and fiscal irresponsibility.

3. Health Care Reform ($1 trillion?)

The white whale of Obama's domestic agenda; currently under threat from all sides of every aisle.

4. Cap and Trade.

Not yet law, and less likely to become so now that health care reform has hit the skids, this House-approved legislation would nonetheless make producing and consuming energy much more expensive, adding an estimated $1,100 per household by 2050, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

5. Antitrust lawsuits against Google, et al.

Not on everyone's radar screen yet, but the new head of the Justice Department's antitrust division has recently said, regarding everyone's favorite free search engine, that "I think you are going to see a repeat of Microsoft."

6) Pay Czar

As part of the federalization of commerce, the Obama administration appointed a "Special Master for Compensation" to review the top salaries of executives at firms receiving bailout money. This will surely debase their global competitiveness.

7. Turning Pell Grants into an entitlement.

This, like the recently terminated Cash-for-Clunkers program, will doubtlessly prove popular (as most federal programs that give away "free" money usually are), but the Student Aid and Financial Responsibility Act will, if passed, make the federal government the last big provider of student loans in America.

8. Having the Food and Drug Administration regulate tobacco.

This Philip Morris-backed development, which will reduce the nicotine content of cigarettes, will keep safer tobacco products off the market while imposing onerous marketing restrictions.

9. Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

Unclear how it will all shake out, but the federal government is preparing steps for unprecedented regulation of all consumer finance transactions. Already, payday lenders are being chased into the black market, and New York is losing its luster as an international capital for finance.

10. Federal Trade Commission overreach.

Again off most radar screens, the former Ralph Naderite who now runs the FTC's Consumer Protection Division has announced intentions to crack down on companies deemed to violate consumer privacy, even if no consumers are complaining.

Given another few years of this the liberal Republicans will be squashed, the leftist democrats will be run out of the country, and we'll be left with Moderates and Conservatives.

Here's hoping Obama keeps doing what he does best - making it obvious that democrat really is synonymous with socialist in American politics.

-One Angry Christian
(Wishing he were cool enough to be reported to the government)

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Something that'll make you giggle

Posted on 2007.09.06 at 14:09

I love how Huckabee handles this.

And of course this perfectly describes the UN.

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Best Post ... EVER!

Posted on 2007.08.22 at 08:03
Best Post ... EVER!
One Angry Christian

You really must read this. Please make sure you're not drinking anything when you open it.

-One Angry Christian
(In favor of needlessly burning hippies)

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Details Details Details...

Posted on 2007.08.20 at 12:00
Details Details Details...
One Angry Christian

First read the Fox News Article. After you finish it (it's rather small so it shouldn't take long) then read Neil Boortz article about the same exact event.

Can anyone find another article written by any other blogger or journalist that mentions that silver mine?

Could someone please explain to me why college educated "intellectuals" don't see that as a REALLY PHREAKING MAJOR DETAIL they're leaving out? No media bias my hairy white butt.

-One Angry Christian

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Did ya miss me?

Posted on 2007.08.19 at 15:21
Did ya miss me?
One Angry Christian

So I'm back for a bit as I just couldn't pass up a few of the stories I've come across online. You simply have to read this tripe to believe it. Of course, I found it at hotairDOTcom.

The hallowed halls of journalism that I was privileged to enter more than 20 years ago are looking more and more like the New York subway. The walls covered in bloggers' scrawl, the platform crowded with any yahoo with a camera and an open mike. All are headed to your computer screen or television for the 15 seconds you'll give them before moving on to the next hot spot. That's not how we do things at this newspaper.

Here, every morning, some 20 smart, educated, well-read and diverse people gather around a table and talk.

I'd like to point out a couple of very obvious things in this article. The first being that it's hilarious that this "educated" journalist was admittedly nailed to the wall by bloggers who may not have first caught the story but certainly drove it home.

Sucks when you get caught doesn't it?

So what does one do when they're caught doing something that they shouldn't be doing yet some how are convinced that they should be allowed to do? ... Well, that's simple... attack the source. If you have no real way to attack their argument or if you have a valid reason to fear that if you do attack their argument that your boss will hand you your head on a platter go after their character or work on general premiss.

I believe this is what an "intellectual" temper tantrum looks like. At least I think so, but I wouldn't know as I'm conservative. Conservatives are incapable of intellectualism. The medial told me so. It must be true.

The thing that kills me about people like her, and the way the blogs react are rather simple. First off, Nicole Brodeur is trying hard here to make an honest apology for letting her opinion come out around people who may disagree with her, but have the sense to keep their mouths shut. The blogs on the right obviously pointed it out as if anyone would care.

I hate to inform most of my fellow conservatives out there, but most of those whom this would reach are already convinced. The rest are so far on the left that the middle is no longer visible to them. I've gotten used to this idea. Sadly, it's accurate.

I'm not trying to say that you shouldn't point it out. I'm simply saying understand that it's of little effect.

That's not really what "gets me" about the reaction on the right blogosphere. What really makes me smirk is that anyone would complain. I mean, we all know the media is biased. It's obvious from the way the head lines are written, to the stories that are picked for every major front page, to the way in which the media is practically a casualty / injury / wrong doing ticker screaming every time one of our people dies, is injured, or does something inhumane.

It's become painfully obvious whose side the media is on, and it's not ours. All they need is a jihadi scarf and to throw "death to America" in between blurbs, and you'd have Al Queda's very own propaganda machine. No. I'm not exaggerating, and if you think that then move closer to center. Stay away from Michael Moore's "we hate America" trash, and quit reading Alex Jones. If you can't do that then please go get shock therapy or at the very least don't procreate.

The fact that 25% of all Americans believe that our government knew 9/11 was going to happen or was in some way complicit in the event, and yet somehow ONLY point blame to George W. Bush as the evil demon that is responsible when many memos of the same nature Came Across Clinton's desk is a huge indicator of what kind of group think our media is instilling in the masses.

The fact that this group think conspiracy theorist mind set is specifically targeting conservatives who tend to be Christians, Republicans who tend to be conservative (if they were more so I'd be happier with my party), and of course Jews. It seems that the whole world hates people who want a smaller government bent on national defense and Liberty, Christians, and Jews who tend to thrive in the previously mentioned environment. Crazy isn't it?

With that said, I leave you with yet more evidence that Racism in America is live and well.

Too bad the media cares a lot less that black leaders are firing white workers than they do that Bush's Attorney General fired less people than Clinton's, and that was before she sent armed agents to kick down the door of an unarmed family with sub machine guns and gas grenades to remove a small child so the child could be shipped back to ... Communist Cuba, and before she massacred a compound of religious nuts who'd never blown up a sky scraper full of innocent civilians. In fact, they'd never actually hurt... anyone.

I know it's a total rip off, but "Exit Question". Do you think that the ACLU will get involved with this obvious racial firing incident, and finally are you naive enough to believe that they'll actually be on whitey's side? I sure hope not.

-One Angry Christian

who's your diety?

Quick Question

Posted on 2007.04.26 at 15:08
Quick Question
One Angry Christian

The Democratic Senate has complained about Bush's "abuse of power". They have just passed a bill demanding the troops leave Iraq starting on Oct 1st.

Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but the Senate ... isn't the "Commander in Chief" of the U.S. Military. If they're not, and they're trying to use their power to command said army - isn't that.. an abuse of power?

Can we impeach them?

I think we need a website to start that movement. If someone doesn't have one soon I'll be seriously disappointed and surprised.

-One Angry Christian

who's your diety?

Want to know what I've been upto?

Posted on 2007.04.21 at 20:38
Want to know what I've been upto?
One Angry Christian

So I've been busy with working on this because it's for a worthy cause:

-One Angry Christian

who's your diety?

From point A to point B

Posted on 2007.03.18 at 13:26
From point A to point B
One Angry Christian

Step One: Seize the media

Step Two: Frame the opposition as the enemy of the State

Step Three: Use the media push the opposing party out of power.

Step Four: Make the opposing party illegal.

Step Five: Make the expression of the beliefs that form opposition illegal.

Step Six: Authoritarian Dictatorship complete.
Nuff said.

-One Angry Christian

who's your diety?

Reaping what you sew

Posted on 2007.03.18 at 11:06
Reaping what you sew
One Angry Christian

Yes Nancy. They are your constituency ... whether you like it or not.

At the risk of seeming heartless I have to say


-One Angry Christian

How Democrats Practice that "free flow of information" they preach
One Angry Christian

There's a lot of ironic content in this article I just read, but one part really caught my attention.

It was after the speech that I shook his hand. Ian and I spent a few minutes chatting with a couple of conservatives who also survived the speech, and then proceeded to get out of the building. Who was standing atop the stairs, talking with students before heading out to the street? Why, Terry Mac himself. So I got his attention, called him a “good sport” and shook his hand. He told us he’d have to sue the school if I post the video, which really isn’t my problem but word given, the video (which isn’t all that exciting anyway) stays offline. Then he went one way and we went the other. Down the hall a ways, he called out “It’ll be an interesting 2008!”
Emphasis mine obviously, but that should stick out like a sore thumb. Bryan at Hotair.com calls the article "Terry McAuliffe: Chavez is Bush’s fault". He really should have called it "Terry McAuliffe: Screw freedom of information". The case can be made that his words were posted, but the information is stripped of the context of his demeanor, the attitude of the predominantly liberal crowd, and the way he treated those posing questions.

While that might seem trivial it's beneficial to remember that if this guy were a Republican and he threatened to sue someone over posting video of him on the internet it would be front page news. What's even more ironic is that I've googled the topic, and I can't find one instance of a Republican threatening to sue someone for simply posting video of a speech he or she gave.

I do, however, remember how the Dems used veiled threats to pull the broadcast license of someone else who wanted to air something that would make them look bad, or at least put the situation in a context other than what they had presented it as. I guess they couldn't get Sandy Berger on the video cutting room floor to destroy the evidence.

Next time some Dem tries to tell you how the Republicans hide stuff from you keep in mind that we weren't the ones shredding documents that would have shed more light on the "path to 9\11".

Only a Democrat would censor "The path to 9-11" as right wing propaganda dangerous to America, and call Michael Moore's out right lies "free expression that benefits the discussion". This mentality betrays the mentality that has over taken the far left in American where in the Truth becomes inconvenient and therefore traded off for whatever intellectually deluded concoction can gain traction in the popular culture and put the far left in power.

Power to the people in deed.

-One Angry Christian

who's your diety?

This is how you support your Senator

Posted on 2007.03.15 at 18:53
This is how you support your Senator
One Angry Christian

So I read today that the Dems lost their attempt to lose us a war, and land the people of Iraq in the middle of mass genocide at the hands of Al Queda and various other groups.

I noticed that some of the Democrats crossed the Isle to help defeat the measure, and in fact one of them was my own Senator. Take note. I am praising a Democrat. It doesn't happen every day.

Mr Pryor,

A long while back I wrote you during the 04 campaign along with Mrs Lincoln requesting to know why it was you would not support certain morally driven legislation such as the marriage amendment. I simply wanted to know where those who represent me and my family stood on the issues even if we disagreed. I also wanted to understand why.

Of the two Arkansas Senators that my tax dollars bankroll only one had the sense of duty to respond. That would be you. Now I know it was a canned letter from one of your office people, and frankly I don't give a damn. I got what I asked for even if I didn't agree with it.

Later I heard Ronnie Floyd talking about how you sincerely believed that this was a state's rights issue. Well, I thought about your letter, and about how you had bothered to talk to our Pastor. I spent some time chewing on it, and I came to agree with you on the subject.

Now once again you have gained my absolute respect.

I was absolutely floored when I saw you were among the few Democrats (though I really shouldn't have been surprised) who stood up for our troops and our mission in Iraq. Regardless of whether one believes in the war or not it would be hard to stand against the tide of one's own party and political support. I understand this full well.

You have what many politicians lack: Moral Courage.

From one Republican across the aisle to one Democrat - From one Arkansas Patriot to another thank you from the very bottom of mine and my friends and family in Iraq's hearts.

-One Angry Christian
And yes. I signed it "One Angry Christian".

I wonder... if he'll ... find my blog. Eh, he probably won't even read it. His staff will, but regardless you can't complain when people do the wrong thing, and not give credit when they do the right thing. Senator Pryor is in my opinion a good man if not a perfect one. Everyone should hope to be accounted as such.

-One Angry Christian

And another conservative site gets hacked in the name of "Peace"
One Angry Christian

In one hand they have signs calling the Bush Administration "fascists". In the other hand their keyboard and internet connection where they spew hate speech against anyone who happens to differ with them, and apparently where they also enjoy silencing political dissent.

Not brave enough to go to war, but definitely brave enough to squash other people's free speech when they can hide behind an internet connection.

Cowards. All of them.


-One Angry Christian

Leftist hacker gets off light at the hands of "Compassionate Judge"
One Angry Christian

You'll never see this on Kos, DU, or any other site that claims to support free speech for all people.

In a victory for free speech and property rights, Jeremy Hammond was sentenced to two years in federal prison to begin in January 2007.

It sounds great till you get to this part.

As reported in the Chicago Tribune, Zagel brushed aside Hammond's plans to rob victims out of millions of dollars as a lapse in judgment rather than willful and malicious credit card fraud, saying, "all 19-year-olds are idiots." He also characterized the theft itself as "countering speech [Hammond] found wrong ." Considering Hammond's history of violence and crime, Zagel's bizarrely euphemistic characterization of Hammond's actions reveals a misplaced compassion.
Can you imagine what would happen to this guy if he were a conservative activist part of a support the troops movement? This would be front page news on CNN. Instead I had to dig it out of the victims site.

Besides public execution by the media you'd likely see them sentenced as a home grown terrorist. How many times have stories like this come up, and the Democrats have flipped out? Where's their out rage now? What about the leftist knee jerk groups that go into convulsions ever time they think that some conservative might be thinking about something that might possibly lead to someone thinking about their perceived rights being infringed upon?

This is yet another example of how the "for justice and peace" movements, the press, and the far left in general are really more for "oppression, silencing, and robbery" of their political opponents considering that they protest "civil rights" violations every time the Administration breaks wind, but they can't seem to muster enough stones to speak up when one of their own violently, verbally, or virtually attacks someone on the opposing side.

Ann Coulter uses the "F word" and the press goes nuts. Some leftist hacks a site, attempts to steal credit card information and in essence the identity of
of a few thousand members of an opposing political movement and they're deafeningly silent. I find the whole thing ironic considering their passionate hatred of the Patriot Act.

The Patriot Act is bad enough to motivate thousands of protesters, but criminals trying to attack free speech by robbing political opponents is ... no big deal.

I'm not surprised, but it's just one more notch in the "the press is biased" coffin of the massive mainstream media.

Where are the out raged free speech proponents? Probably partying in Castro's private bunker.

-One Angry Christian

who's your diety?

"Peace" Protest in my home town

Posted on 2007.03.12 at 07:54
"Peace" Protest in my home town
One Angry Christian

It figures that the day after I finally post that I won't be on much I'd read this article about "Peace" Protesters in my home town. I just can't let this pass without saying something about it.

I've been digging around and I can't find the article on line, but I did find a ton of pictures.

I've so got to get on these guys mailing list. I would have taken the day off to get some video of the protest and ask a few of the women protesting how they feel about supporting the suppression of women's rights in Iraq. I wonder if any of them realize that the media's "peace protester" label is complete garbage.

They're not supporting peace. They're supporting war in Iraq that's more focused on civilians rather than militants and our military. In effect they're saying that they'd rather see families and children fighting the war there rather than our well armed well trained men and women.

That's their choice and all, but they really ought to work on their truth in advertising. There's nothing peaceful about what their movement is proposing.

-One Angry Christian

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