Thursday, September 29, 2011


I have been gone for awhile from this ultra-popular blog, and here's why. The most glorious, wonderful, caring, and beautiful human being, Elizabeth Mauro, has been suddenly taken from this world, officially, on September 29, 2011. In a microcosmic way, this is the absolute worst thing that could possibly happen to human-kind.
Elizabeth was what we all should be striving to be. A selfless, caring person that always was supportive and loving, no matter who you were, or what you may have done. A person who could find the positive in an overwhelmingly negative situation. She could take your worst day, and make you feel pretty good about it at the end.

I doubt I will ever know anyone like this again. But I do know, that myself and all of Lizzie's friends are sure, that we are so incredibly fortunate to have been blessed with her special insight and her good time spirit, that we are all much better individuals now, just because she loved us, and we loved her.

Elizabeth was what all of us should strive to be. If more of us were as devoted to harmony and peace as she was, this would be alot more pleasant place to be. But God has taken her now, and I'm sure there is a reason. Heaven has it's newest and brightest angel. And those of us that know her, will forever remain grateful for her short, but virtually perfect trip here on earth.

Elizabeth Mauro 1974-2011.

I love you Liz, and will never, ever forget.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


If you have been paying any attention, you have heard of the Solyndra debacle that has unfolded right before your tax paying eyes in the last week or two. Solyndra, as you know, is the California based(I mean WAS the California based) solar panel manufacturing company that the All Knowing One graced with $535 MILLION
of our dollars from the disasterous stimulous bill of 2009. That's alot of money.
He personally appeared at the plant, speaking of the wonders of solar energy and how Solyndra will lead the way toward his ridiculous socialist utopia that never can exist in reality. The best part is, the auditing firm Price-Waterhouse had issued a statement on this firm much earlier saying that they were in deep trouble. I am not going to post any linked articles here, because you won't read them anyway. But take my word on this one.

Anyway, the brilliant Barak Hussein Obama nevertheless took $535 MILLION from us, to prop up this troubled manufacturer of solar panels 'cause they were so green.(How groovy!). So last week, Solyndra declares bankruptcy and dumps 1100 workers into the street. No severance, either. Now, the DOJ has raided Solyndra and the homes of it's executives in an effort to uncover corruption. Something must have been rotten in Solyndra if the chosen company of the Chosen One couldn't make it, right?

Here's what the media once again, seems to be missing. This DOJ raid is nothing more than an elaborate Magic Johnson head fake. This certainly appears to be a diversion from the media coverage of the Gibson guitar and Fast and Furious embarassments.(see previous posts). It is well documented that Solyndra has been generous to the Obama campaign and that Gibson has given to Republican campaigns in the past. So now that the media is giving some coverage to Gibson(not enough), the DOJ is trying to look like it is playing fair. So, an out of business, democrat favoring company get's a look from DOJ, while the Republican leaning, American icon Gibson, gets raided twice and property confiscated, yet with no charges filed. You make the call. What's it look like to you?

Do a little reading, apply your common sense, and draw your own conclusions. Do NOT rely on headlines or brief stories on the evening newscasts to develop your opinions. Poke around a little and you will be amazed at what you find. Your government is installing a fascist regime and it is up to us to prevent it.

Write and call your representatives. We have to act now, America, it's getting late.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Tyranny...again Part 3

This is what I basically said a couple of posts back. The DOJ is hassling Gibson because the finishing work on the fretboard wood is not done in India. Our government is trying to protect Indian jobs. Leveling the playing field.

Apparently, Gibson Guitars has been known to make contributions to the Republican party. Makes alot more sense now, doesn't it?

Obviously, Chicago thuggery politics is alive and well and flourishing in Washington. God help us.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Gettin' warmer Part 2

After a few weeks of almost no news coverage, Operation Fast and Furious has been getting coverage once again. And it's getting more and more interesting. Tuesday, the news was that Kenneth Melson, the acting head of ATF had been reassigned.(wonder what pay grade?) You can make a good guess.

Now today, the L.A. Times, CBS News and Fox News are all reporting about the emails they have secured showing that at least three White House officials were in the know on this tragically failed operation. A DOJ email seems to stress that the fact a U.S. Border Patrol Agent that was killed with one of the guns DOJ sold to criminals must be covered up.

My daily perusal of the news organization websites predictably found no mention of any of this by ABC, NBC, MSNBC, and of course, CNN. What a surprise!

As I wrote in an earlier post, this story is going to have legs, and those legs started moving a little faster this week. The internet is screaming with this one...maybe the mainstream media won't be far behind. More later.,0,7480365.story

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Tyranny...again- Part 2

I don't think anyone would blame Gibson Guitars for moving their operations to Mexico(or anywhere else).

More manufacturing jobs could disappear, leveling the playing field. Just what this administration wants.

Shelby Steele

I must admit I was unfamiliar with Mr. Steele until now. But his article in today's Wall Street Journal is so perfectly correct, I had to bring it the attention of my millions of readers. Yeah, it's a little long, but worth the 5 minutes it takes to read. This is what I have been saying all along, just alot more eloquently. Thanks, Mr. Steele.