Bob L. Beers was a member of the Nevada Assembly representing District 21 in Clark County, Nevada. Prior to his election in 2006, he was an author involved in graphic arts and illustration.Originally from Eureka, California, Beers attended Arcata High School and Humboldt State College. He currently resides in Henderson, Nevada with his wife and son.Bob can be reached at: [[email protected][email protected]][email protected][/email]
Most people are unaware that a little-remembered bit of legislation known as the Banking Act of 1933 was a law that established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in the United States and introduced banking reforms, some of which were designed to control speculation. It is most commonly known as the Glass–Steagall Act, after its legislative sponsors, Carter Glass and Henry B. Steagall.
I received an email from C. Miller yesterday. It contained a list of figures that anyone who isn’t socialist-minded would find disturbing. The following facts illustrate in an extremely graphic way just how expensive it has been to leave our borders unsecured.
May 1st, otherwise known as May Day is celebrated as a secular holiday in a variety of cultures across the globe. The most notorious, for those who love real freedom, is the celebration of May Day as a “workers holiday”.
Let me begin this collection of odd thoughts with this statement: from my own considerably old-style point of view, the animated cartoon show South Park contains nothing that could be remotely considered of redeeming value.
Performing in its usual anti-American fashion the mainstream media is refusing to report on what is perhaps the most telling revelation by an Obama cohort yet. Bertha Lewis, the current head of ACORN, Obama’s initial path to power and the tool he used to destroy the US economy, gave a speech to the Young Democratic Socialists, an arm of the Democratic Socialists of America.
It doesn’t take the Obama administration long to pull a cover up. Just a few days after my column asking whether or not Should Obama Step Down, the transcript of the Kenyan Parliament for March 25th, 2010 was scrubbed from the Kenyan Parliament site. Was there collusion between Washington and Kenya? If you think anyone is going to truthfully answer that question you are dumber than the liberals think you are.
Glen Beck had an extremely important point to make this morning. The point was the difference between being a liar and being wrong. Anyone who has never been wrong, step up so I can check your halo, because only one individual dressed in epidermis can make that claim, and what did we do to him? I was partially wrong in not triple checking my information from Free Republic in the Allee Bautsch and Joe Brown story, but I was not wrong in reporting their beating nor was I wrong in pointing out that the press has intentionally ignored the story.
C. Miller, a fellow conservative who corresponds with me on a fairly regular basis, sent out an email that is probably the most profound suggestion I have ever read since the day I perused the Jefferson and Adams letters.
A cautionary note about the beating in New Orleans; Update: No Palin pins involved
I’m getting bombarded with angry e-mails about the terrible assault on Louisiana GOP Gov. Bobby Jindal’s campaign fundraising chief, Allee Bautsch, and her boyfriend in the French Quarter of New Orleans over the weekend.
“Allee Bautsch, chief campaign fundraiser for Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, and her boyfriend Joe Brown, were savagely beaten Friday night in New Orleans after leaving a Republican Party fundraising dinner by a group of thugs who reportedly targeted the couple because they were wearing Sarah Palin pins.
On page 31 in the transcribed text of the March 25, 2010 session of the Kenyan Parliament, there is a brief statement by the Kenyan Minister for Lands (Mr. Orengo). What Mr. Orengo says is nothing short of a bombshell, and yet not a mention has been made anywhere in the mainstream media. I think, for obvious reasons.
The quote below comes from a paper published through the University of Arizona. The article is a tutorial on the greenhouse effect and it is written in language simple enough for even a liberal to understand…unless that liberal happens to be a Hollywood celebrity or Al Gore.
In his March 27, 2010 column, New York Times columnist Frank Rich compared the alleged tea-party treatment of marching Democrats to the Nazi treatment of the Jews during Germany’s Kristallnacht. Here is the line from Rich’s garbled prose:
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