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Conservative News of the Day --  December 2012

Dec. 29, 2012

Obama’s Ego And The Fiscal Cliff

With all the hubbub surrounding the fiscal cliff negotiations, you’d think that someone in charge would be truly concerned for the American people. You would think, in a perfect world, that your leader is working hard to come up with a real, truly comprehensive compromise that might not necessarily be his ideal vision for the country, but would guarantee a slam on the brakes before we plunge over the cliff. But what if a leader didn’t need to compromise? Perhaps his ratings are overwhelmingly positive when compared to his opposition. Maybe he doesn’t care about the state of the country, only the power he wants to retain, or the ideologies he promotes.

The fiscal cliff is days away and the negotiations are as gridlocked as they were before. According to Senator Roy Blunt:

“To get hard things done, the president has to lead…Virtually every member of the Senate, I think, has seen this new movie on Lincoln, and the lesson of that movie is that to get hard things done the president has to decide he wants something done.”

According the Christian Science Monitor:

“Until a call from the president on Wednesday, Senator McConnell says he had had no contact from any Democrat on the fiscal cliff since Thanksgiving. ‘The phone never rang, so here we are five days from the New Year and we might start talking,’ he said in a floor speech on Thursday ‘…it’s up to a president who has little incentive to shoulder a burden that the congressional leaders themselves have failed to take up.’”  Read more

Dec. 29, 2012
  • Stop the Obama Tax Hikes
    Freedom Works  - Dec. 29, 2012

    With election season 2012 in the rear-view, Americans are faced with a startling reality: on January 1, without corrective Congressional action, taxes on all Americans are set to skyrocket to the tune of $456 billion. This total will hit middle income families and small businesses alike with the average burden reaching $3,500. Such a policy is unconscionable during an already struggling economy and high unemployment and endangering hopes of a strong economic recovery.

    Congress can act to head off this wave of tax hikes by extending current tax rates or overhauling the tax code when they return for their “lame-duck” session before January.  Call your Representative and tell them that you cannot afford severe tax increases during a down economy. Read more

New Year
Fiscal Cliff
by Daryl Cagle

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cartoon to enlarge

Dec. 28, 2012

Hobby Lobby to defy Obamacare mandate - WND EXCLUSIVE
Facing $1.3M daily fine for refusing to cover 'abortion-inducing drugs'

Hobby Lobby, the Christian-owned company that provides hobby, arts and crafts supplies to tens of millions of customers across America, will defy the Obamacare mandate that health insurance for its employees cover “abortion-inducing drugs.”

The confirmation is from a statement released by an attorney, Kyle Duncan, who said in a website statement that, “The company will continue to provide health insurance to all qualified employees. To remain true to their faith, it is not their intention, as a company, to pay for abortion-inducing drugs.”  Read more


Senate leaders take final crack at fiscal crisis solution, Obama urges 'immediate action'  read more
Published December 28, 2012  --

Senate leaders from both sides of the aisle vowed late Friday to scramble over the weekend to produce a new bill aimed at averting the fiscal crisis, on the heels of a high-stakes White House meeting -- seen as the last chance to come together before the tax-hike deadline next week.

Though the meeting did not yield a breakthrough or any "concrete" proposals, Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid and Republican Leader Mitch McConnell gave taxpayers a glimmer of hope by announcing on the floor that the Senate would adjourn Saturday to allow staff to work on a bill. McConnell said he hopes they can come forward with a recommendation as early as Sunday. "We need to have everybody step back a bit," said Reid, who called the meeting "very constructive."  More

Dec. 28, 2012

Fiscal cliff action to come Sunday … maybe
6:09 pm December 28, 2012, by Daniel Malloy – AJC – Political Insider

The United States Senate has the ball in its hands.

This afternoon’s White House fiscal cliff summit appears to have generated some movement toward a deal, with just more than 72 hours to go. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell both took the floor afterwards in an unusually conciliatory manner, pledging to work with their staffs to come up with a plan that can pass both Houses of Congress. Reid said “we’ll see what we can come up with.” McConnell said he was “hopeful and confident” that both sides will have a deal to take to their conferences shortly after 2 p.m. on Sunday. The words were noncommittal, but the tone was a vast improvement over the deep freeze of recent days.

That would likely be a short-term deal. President Barack Obama did not present a new plan at the meeting — a fact that, once leaked, caused a stock market dip — and told … read more

Dec. 26, 2012

Glenn Beck: Obama destined for prison?
 'At this point you can begin to make a case for treason' -- Published: 1 day ago

As many news sites and pundits break down the biggest stories of 2012, one story too big to miss has been resurrected by the website, a story at least one national pundit believes could send Barack Obama to prison.

The tea-party site posted a Glenn Beck video from October in which the TV and radio host insisted a case for treason could be built against President Obama for his role in the attack of Sept. 11, 2012, in which armed Libyans captured and killed U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three others at an American diplomatic mission in Benghazi. Read the rest of the story and watch Glenn Beck Video

▪ Time Sensitive Tax/Fiscal Cliff Information -- An excellent presentation of what
   we may expect

Preparing for what’s ahead -
Click here for Power Point Presentation

"Communist Rules 1919" Tract attached - click here

I have attached a copy of a tract I received in 1988 published by the Osterhus Publishing House.  I contacted them today to confirm this is one of their tracts and they said it was and that they are not currently printing them.  They asked me to send them a copy since they did not have one.  They also said it had no copyright and we are permitted to distribute as needed.  Please share this with your friends and family.  

Merry Christmas,
U.D. Roberts
Brentwood Publishers Group (since 1982) - 4000 Beallwood Avenue -Columbus, Georgia 31904
(800) 334-8861  (800) 334-2828

▪ Quotes from seven decades ago ... How relevant are they today

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Dec. 25, 2012

    Happy Holidays
    from our (BIG) House to Yours
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Dec. 25, 2012

Christians Flock to Bethlehem; Pope Calls for God in Fast-Paced World
Posted on December 25, 2012

Despite the tension and violence that shook the Holy Land this year, Christians from around the world flocked to Manger Square in Bethlehem on Monday to celebrate the birth of Jesus in the ancient West Bank town where he was born.

Others traveled to Vatican City, where Pope Benedict XVI had lit a Christmas peace candle set on the windowsill of his private studio. Pilgrims, tourists and Romans gathered below in St. Peter’s Square for the inauguration Monday evening of a Nativity scene and cheered when the flame was lit. Read more

Christmas Messages
Speakers on for music - click on links below


If Ever We Needed Christ in Christmas, It Is Now!
click here

Sen. Unterman of Buford (Gwinnett County) Introduces Statewide Alzheimer’s and Dementia Task Force Plan -- Read more

▪ Sen. Unterman for
Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee

Sen. Unterman  is mounting a state wide write in campaign for nomination as Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee.  Read more about this in the Gwinnett Daily Post.

 If you favor Sen. Unterman for this most important position, as we do, please contact the following:

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle  at  Ben. - President Pro-Tem Elect of the Senate,  David Shafer at David.  or  404-656-0048 -  Majority Leader Elect of the Senate, Ronnie Chance at  or  404-651-7738

Sen. Unterman's many years of hard work, dedication and experience at the Gold Dome certainly qualifies her for this very important position.  It is time for qualified women to be placed in more leadership positions and not assigned primarily  to routine jobs like making phone calls and licking envelopes.  She will be glad to answer questions and is also open to suggestions .  (404) 463-1368) Phone calls are easier and they will record during the holidays.  We  know it is the busy Christmas holiday but the decision is pending.    - Bettye Chambers, VRG Webmaster

Diane Cox of the Valdosta Tea Party has this to say on this topic. . .
"The attitude of the current transportation committee chairmen in the legislature (Sen. Jeff Mullis) concerning the people’s overwhelming rejection of the terrible Transportation Investment Act of 2010 (TIA) seems to be one of revenge, according to this news report. Such an attitude will not long be tolerated by voters.

It is rumored that Sen. Jeff Mullis is being considered for chairman of Rules Committee over Senator Unterman. We think this would be a big mistake. Right now, voters are getting pretty testy with elected leaders who disregard the consent of the governed. We recall how Sen. Mullis arrogantly rejected any criticism of the misguided TIA law, when its major flaws were presented to him by citizens. Now it appears, he is set to retain the punishing penalties written into the bad law. Such a jackboot attitude by a public servant is most reviled by voters. Rewarding Sen. Mullis with the powerful Rules Chairman title will reflect poorly on the Governor and Lt. Governor, and the Republican Party in general. Appointing Sen. Unterman, who is more in line with the wants of mainstream Georgians – NOT special interests – would be the best decision to make."
Diane Cox, for the Valdosta Tea Party group


Paul Ryan in line to replace Boehner as Speaker  ??
Posted on December 22, 2012

 After the failed effort to get the fiscal cliff “Plan B” passed this week, some powerful conservatives on Capitol Hill are reportedly pushing for Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan to replace embattled House Speaker John Boehner.

 On Friday night’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” fill-in host Laura Ingraham said her sources indicate a coup may already be underway in Congress. More 


December 22, 2012 by Chris Graham
Armed Protection For Democrats, But Not For Schoolchildren

Question: Why do Democratic politicians, who receive the taxpayer-funded protection of armed security, want to keep women and children from being protected by armed security?  Read more


Gingrich: GOP in Danger of Becoming Permanent Minority
Saturday, 22 Dec 2012 12:03 PM - By Sandy Fitzgerald

Republicans are in danger of losing their power and Democrats could become a near-permanent majority if the GOP doesn’t conduct a major overhaul on its party operations, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has warned.

 In a letter Friday to Republican National Committee members, Gingrich, who failed in his bid for the Republican nomination for president this year, warned that the “Clinton-Obama majority could become as dominant as the Roosevelt majority was from 1932 to 1968 presidentially and from 1930 to 1994 in the House of of Representatives.”

 Gingrich’s letter, reported in The Hill, was sent to warn that the GOP needs a major overhaul, and said he’ll spend several months working with the RNC on the project.

 Gingrich said there are 25 issues the party should address, including more work to include minority communities, a push for the party to compete in big cities and a refusal to ignore parts of the country that lean Democratic.

 Meanwhile, he said Republican nominee Mitt Romney wasn’t the problem in the election, but his infamous “47 percent” comment was troublesome because it “reflected a deep belief by many conservatives and Republican consultants, campaign professionals, staffs, and activists.”

 Gingrich also called for the GOP to end its “red-versus-blue” campaigns.

 “What would a 100 percent Republican Party be like if we planned 2014 and 2016 with no reference to red or blue states or counties?” Gingrich wrote. “It is true that President Obama ran a deliberate class warfare divisive campaign. However, if you analyze his winning coalition it is amazing how many components were bonded by micro-communities and a sense of inclusiveness that transcended a narrowly class warfare approach. We have to understand this pattern of defining differences while being openly inclusive."

    Dec. 20, 2012  -- The Fiscal Cliff still looms


Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, center, departs after a House Republicans meeting on Capitol Hill, Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012 in Washington. Confronted with a revolt among the rank and file, House Republicans abruptly put off a vote Thursday night on legislation allowing tax rates to rise for households earning $1 million and up.

 Rep. Charlie Bass, R-N.H., overcoat in hand, was the canary in the coal mine. He jetted out of the Capitol basement room where the House Republican Conference holed up Thursday night, walked by a handful of journalists and delivered in a flash the news that House Speaker John Boehner's Plan B had suffered a mortal wound. Would there be a vote tonight? No, came the reply.

Conservative rebellion sinks ‘Plan B’ in Congress
9:46 pm December 20, 2012, by Daniel Malloy -- AJC

Krauthammer: If "Plan B" Fails, Boehner's "Plan C" Is The Mayan Apocalypse
   Real Clear Politics Video


    Dec. 19, 2012

▪ Time PERSON of the YEAR for 2012

Read what Rush has to say about this.

Obama Named TIME Person of the Year Because He Symbolizes the New, Low-Information America

"Low Information morons re-elect President Obama"

    Dec. 19, 2012

Rasmussen Reports

Following School Shooting, 86% Want More Action to Identify and Treat Mental Illness - Read entire report

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Americans want something done following the horrific news from Sandy Hook Elementary School last week, and a plurality believes a greater emphasis on mental health issues will be the most effective way to prevent such tragedies.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 48% of Americans believe more action to treat mental health issues will do the most to prevent incidents like last Friday’s school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. Twenty-seven percent (27%) think stricter gun control laws will do the most to prevent such shootings, while 15% put the emphasis on limits on violent movies and video games. Ten percent (10%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

The national survey of 1,000 Adults was conducted on December 17-18, 2012 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.

Dec. 18, 2012
GA Electors Meet at Captital to cast their votes for Mitt Romney -- the final step in the election process.

Yesterday, December 17, Georgia's Republican Presidential Electors met in the Senate Chamber of the State Capitol to formally cast their ballots for Mitt Romney for President and Paul Ryan for Vice President. This was repeated in states across the nation, and is the personification of
the electoral college we learned about in civics class

Click here to read more about the Electoral College process.

GA Republican Electors:

Theresa Chappell, Randy Evans, Sue Everhart, Darryl Galloway, Linda Herren, Kathy Hildebrand, Jimmy Ho, Anne Lewis, Kelly Loeffler, Bob Mayzes, Toria Morgan,  Chip Pearson, Sonny Perdue, Frank Strickland,  Eric Tanenblatt, Julianne Thompson

         Dec. 17, 2012

▪ Newtown holds the first funerals for shooting victims - Town in Mourning - read more -- By ALLEN G. BREED and HELEN O’NEILL - Associated Press

NEWTOWN, Conn. – A grief-stricken Newtown on Monday began burying the littlest victims of the school massacre, starting
with two 6-year-old boys – one of them a big football fan, the other a mischievous, whip-smart youngster whose twin sister survived the rampage.

The funeral program bore a quotation from the Book of Revelation: “God shall wipe away all tears. There shall be no more death. Neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain.”

A rabbi presided at Noah’s service, and in keeping with Jewish tradition, the boy was laid to rest in a simple brown wooden casket adorned with a Star of David. His uncle described him as a smart, funny and mischievous child who loved animals and Mario Brothers video games, and liked to tease his sisters by telling them he worked in a taco factory. - More


Click here to read article by Ann Coulter in Human Events


"We know how to stop school shootings"





▪ Gov. Nikki Haley of SC appoints Rep. Tim Scott to Senate – Dec. 17, 2012
read more in Washington Post

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) announced Monday that she will appoint Rep. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) to the Senate.Scott will replace Sen. Jim DeMint (R S.C.), who is leaving the chamber in January to head up the conservative Heritage Foundation.

“It is with great pleasure that I am announcing our next U.S. senator to be Congressman Tim Scott,” Haley said. “I am strongly convinced that the entire state understands that this is the right U.S. senator for our state and our country.”

Sen.-designate Scott, 47, will become the only African-American currently serving in the Senate and the first black Republican to serve in the upper chamber since the 1970s. He will also be the first black senator from the South since Reconstruction.  Click on video above to view.


Austin Gun Store Owner Offers Teachers A Discount - Read more

 December 17, 2012 9:46 AM
AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) – An Austin-area gun store owner is joining the gun rights debate with a controversial offer for teachers in light of the tragic shooting in Connecticut.

Crocket Keller of Kellers Riverside Gun Store says if educators want to get a concealed handgun license, he’ll give them a discount. 

Keller’s offer comes as a debate wages over whether or not educators should be allowed to be armed on school grounds. He believes they should.

   Dec. 17, 2012

Text Messaging for Teens/Young Adults and Seniors

Seniors are determined NOT to be left behind ;- )
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    Dec. 7, 2012    Live a Life that Matters


Remember Pearl Harbor

Dec. 7, 1941

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In Honor of the 20 Precious Children of Sandy Hook Elementary School in CT.
View much more on special page with music

11 Days Before Christmas

was' 11 days before Christmas, around 9:38
  When 20 beautiful children stormed through heaven's gate.
  Their smiles were contagious, their laughter filled the air.
They could hardly believe all the beauty they saw there.

They were filled with such joy, they didn't know what to say.
They remembered nothing of what had happened earlier that day.
"where are we?" asked a little girl, as quiet as a mouse.
"this is heaven." declared a small boy.
"we're spending Christmas at God's house."

When what to their wondering eyes did appear, but Jesus, their savior,
the children gathered near.
He looked at them and smiled, and they smiled just the same.
Then He opened His arms and He called them by name.

And in that moment was joy, that only heaven can bring.
Those children all flew into the arms of their King
and as they lingered in the warmth of His embrace,
one small girl turned and looked at Jesus' face.
and as if He could read all the questions she had
He gently whispered to her, "I'll take care of mom and dad."

Then He looked down on earth, the world far below
He saw all of the hurt, the sorrow, and woe
Then He closed His eyes and He outstretched His hand,
"Let My power and presence re-enter this land!"
"may this country be delivered from the hands of fools"

"I'm taking back my nation. I'm taking back my schools!"
then He and the children stood up without a sound.
"come now my children, let me show you around."

Excitement filled the space, some skipped and some ran.
all displaying enthusiasm that only a small child can.
And i heard Him proclaim as He walked out of sight,

"in the midst of this darkness, I AM STILL THE LIGHT."


Written by Cameo Smith, Mt. Wolf, PA



NOW WE KNOW - There are more people that vote for a living than there are people that work for a living.

Early Holiday Greetings from the most generous, caring, nice-guy president ever!


Oh, wait -- you're a Republican?  You are on my Naughty list. No free stuff for YOU! Silly thing, YOU'RE the one paying for it all! Go back to work!


Click on video below to listen and learn more.  BTW – my dad’s name was Thomas Richard Kirkland who served near the end of WWI.  Wonder if they are related. ?? 
Back to ;- ) --
Bettye Kirkland Chambers, VRG Webmaster

Below: Richard C. Kirkland -- Author, "A Wide Place in the Road"

   Dec. 7, 2012

PPP survey: 42% of Ga. Republicans would secede, Gov. Nathan Deal job approval at 37%  December 7, 2012, by jgalloway - AJC

After declaring U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss “theoretically vulnerable” this week, Public Policy Polling of North Carolina has run out the rest of its Georgia poll, with these highlights:  – Apparently bruised by bitter campaigns over transportation (lost) and charter schools (won), Gov. Nathan Deal’s job approval rating stands at 37 percent among voters – one reason why Deal, moving into his crucial third year as governor, needs a smooth and productive legislative session in January.

The PPP survey declares Deal to be vulnerable if Democrats are able to muster the right candidate in 2014 – a very large “if.” Some hypothetical match-ups: U.S. Rep. John Barrow, 44/40; Kasim Reed (never happen), 47/40; State Sen. Jason Carter, 46/38.  Read more

Save these dates:
Georgia Republican Party
Conventions 2013 

Precinct Mass Meetings, County Conventions,
District Conventions,
State Convention

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   Dec. 6, 2012

The Heritage Foundation

Senator Jim DeMint to Become Heritage’s Next President
Mike Gonzalez - December 6, 2012 at 10:33 am

Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) will leave the U.S. Senate next year to become president of The Heritage Foundation, succeeding Edwin J. Feulner, the man who first envisioned the think tank in 1973 and has led it as president for the past 36 years.

Heritage’s Board of Trustees unanimously chose DeMint as the organization’s next leader, starting April 3. DeMint will resign from the Senate and start as president-elect in early January, so he and Feulner can ensure a smooth transition. After April, Feulner will continue serving as Chancellor of the Foundation and Chairman of our Asian Studies Center.

Heritage Chairman of the Board Thomas A. Saunders announced the decision to employees this morning:Jim DeMint has shown that principled conservatism remains a winning political philosophy. His passion for rigorous research, his dedication to the principles of our nation’s founding, and his ability to translate policy ideas into action make him an ideal choice to lead Heritage to even greater success. Read more


The Ideal Replacement for Jim DeMint: Rep. Tim Scott of South Carolina
12:36 PM, Dec 6, 2012 • By FRED BARNES – Weekly Standard - Read article

The Ideal Replacement for Jim DeMint: Rep. Tim Scott

With Republican Jim DeMint’s resignation from the Senate, Republicans now have a chance to take a bold and politically beneficial step by making Congressman Tim Scott the new senator from South Carolina.

Governor Nikki Haley, a Republican, will appoint DeMint’s replacement once he resigns in April to take over the Heritage Foundation in Washington. The appointee would then run in 2014 for the final two years of DeMint’s term, set to expire in 2016.

Scott would be the first African American Republican in the Senate since Ed Brooke of Massachusetts. Read more


Recently, I purchased this at Wal-Mart and found
it most interesting and uplifting at a time when many of us have been very depressed following the Nov.6 election.  This movie does give us hope
for our future. America has survived in the past
and will again if we stay united and energized. 

2016, Obama's America
is also available at

How to Stress Less This Holiday Season

Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D.


The smart legislative strategy for Obama's second term
by Newt Gingrich in Human Events

Dear Fellow Conservative,
Instead of being focused on a phony fiscal cliff, Republicans might focus on how they will approach Obama's second term.
What should House Republicans do?
Click Here to Read Full Article »


Jan. 8 special election for Chip Rogers’ Senate seat
By Kristina Torres - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A special election will be held Jan. 8 to fill the seat of state Sen. Chip Rogers, who resigned from office Wednesday to take a job with Georgia Public Broadcasting. Gov. Nathan Deal had been expected to call for the election quickly, in order for a successor to take office before the Georgia Legislature convenes for its next session Jan. 14.

Rogers, who has prior broadcasting experience, announced Tuesday he would leave the Senate. Voters re-elected him last month to Senate District 21, representing parts of Cherokee and north Fulton counties. Beginning in January, Rogers will report directly to GPB President Teya Ryan as he leads a new programming effort to cover Georgia’s jobs and economic development push.

Brandon Beach Announces For Chip Rogers’ Vacated Seat
December 5, 2012 19:51 pm – Peach Pundit  by Charlie · 6 comments


Famous Fox News faces 'get dumped off air'
'Reality-denying predictions became a punch line' - Read article  and click on thumbnail photos below

Dick Morris and Karl Rove  (its about time)


Sports Writer: The NRA is the New KKK
Sports columnist Jason Whitlock, the same writer Bob Costas based his ridiculous anti-gun halftime report on over the weekend, told CNN’s Roland Martin yesterday that the NRA is the new KKK. Sports gets so much … ...

Rich Urinate On Poor In California Teachers Union Animated Children’s Video

In case you missed this piece of trash on FOX News, you can watch the entire video below. Narrated by socialist actor Ed Asner and produced for children by the California Teachers Union, it shows the rich “1 percent” urinating on the less fortunate. View entire video if you can bear it ;- )




Dear Senators Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson,

Recent comments made by Congressional Leaders and reports from the press worry me greatly. It seems that the recent election has energized Congress' willingness to pass a mass amnesty for 12 million illegal aliens. There should be no rush to take our nation down a path with such irrevocable consequences.

First, there are 20 million Americans who can't find a full-time job, and allowing 12 million illegal aliens to join the legal work force would only make things worse. Congress needs to take actions that put unemployed Americans back to work, not take actions that make things even more difficult.

Second, Congress passed an amnesty in 1986 and all it did was create more illegal immigration. Illegal immigration can't be solved by simply passing amnesties. Instead, Congress needs to put in place sensible legislation that would end illegal immigration once and for all by ending the magnets that encourage people to come to the U.S. illegally.

Don't let the narrow results from one election cause any rash decisions. If the sudden interest in immigration reform is about bettering the lives of legal immigrants or making the United States a stronger nation, amnesty should not be the answer.

(Your Name Will Appear Here).

   Dec. 2, 2012  

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    Dec. 2, 2012

Future Campaigns. . .  in the Republican Party

J.C. Watts Being Pressed to Run for RNC Chair  ( GREAT NEWS!  Hope he does) - Dec. 3, 2012

Your daily jolt: How Paul Broun and Tom Price might figure in Saxby Chambliss’ future - Dec. 3, 2012

    Dec. 2, 2012

BCS Bowl Selections: Why Georgia Should Be Playing in Sugar Bowl, Not Florida -
from Bleacher Report  - Read stor

      News of the Day on ESPN:  -- Complete 2012-13 College bowl schedule -

The 2012-13 bowl season starts in Albuquerque, N.M., and ends in Miami. Here's a look at the schedule from the Gildan New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 15 to the Discover BCS National Championship Game on Jan. 7 in Miami's Sun Life Stadium.

Capital One
Georgia vs. Nebraska
Orlando, Fla.
Florida Citrus Bowl
Jan. 1
1 p.m.
Discover Orange
Northern Illinois vs. Florida State
Sun Life Stadium
Jan. 1
8:30 p.m.
Allstate Sugar
Louisville vs. Florida
New Orleans
Louisiana Superdome
Jan. 2
8:30 p.m.
LSU vs. Clemson
Georgia Dome
Dec. 31
7:30 p.m.
Hyundai Sun
USC vs. Georgia Tech
El Paso, Texas
Sun Bowl
Dec. 31
2 p.m.


South Carolina vs. Michigan

Tampa, Fla.
Raymond James Stadium

Jan. 1
1 p.m.


Discover BCS National Championship
Notre Dame vs. Alabama
Sun Life Stadium
Jan. 7
8:30 p.m.

Read complete list of Bowl Games

    Dec. 1, 2012      

▪ Alabama holds off Georgia 32-28, advances to Miami
By PAUL NEWBERRY  The Associated Press

Alabama got a hand on the ball, which wobbled into the arms of a Georgia receiver who wasn't supposed to catch it.  Before the Bulldogs could get off another play, the clock ran out.

The Crimson Tide is heading back to the national championship game. By a mere 5 yards.

Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree (9) runs back a blocked field goal for a touchdown during the second half of the Southeastern Conference championship NCAA college football game against Alabama, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, in Atlanta.
Click photo to enlarge


▪ James Wilder Jr. earns MVP honors as Florida State defeats Georgia Tech 21-15 for ACC title  -- No. 13 Florida St. holds off Georgia Tech 21-15
By STEVE REED | Associated Press | Dec 1, 2012 11:26 PM CST in
Florida State has regained its perch atop the Atlantic Coast Conference

Florida State's James Wilder Jr. (32) runs into the end zone for a touchdown past Georgia Tech's Brandon Watts (11) during the first half of the ACC Championship college football game in Charlotte, N.C.,...   (Associated Press)


Dec. 2, 2012

 Your First Christmas Card
Speakers on for music  

Dec. 2, 2012   Education In the U.S. -- not what it used to be


The Left-Wing Indoctrination of School Children Must Be Stopped  - Read more
by John Eidson of Cobb County


School Removes God From First-Grader's Poem
    By Noel Sheppard - News Busters

▪ Texas schools teach Boston Tea Party as act of terrorism
Read: article

Ga. High School Graduation Rate is 67 Percent
   By JEFF MARTIN  - The Associated Press  ATLANTA —

Georgia's high school graduation rate of 67 percent ranks it behind all of its neighboring states and puts it among the lowest in the nation under new federal measurements released by the U.S. Department of Education.The report details four-year high school graduation rates in 2010-11 - the first year for which all states used a common measure, federal officials say. Only two states -- Nevada and New Mexico -- and the District of Columbia fared worse than Georgia in the new rankings released Monday.
Read more

▪ Marxist indoctrination of school children -- Bill Ayers, the ‘Critical Pedagogy’ movement and ‘Cultural Marxism’   Read article.

Whether Democrat or Republican, most Americans who oppose the universally-failed theories of Marxism/socialism/communism would be shocked to learn what's been happening under the radar in many public schools for decades.

Karl Marx was raised in an essentially non-religious home and he
adopted atheism. No wonder a man has been elected twice as President of the U.S. who has profound Socialist leanings. 
Read article.

Many Thanks to John Eidson of Cobb County for pursuing this and his efforts to bring this to the attention of the Governor or Georgia.

▪  Words of Wisdom from Albert Einstein
  Looks like that day has come!  Perhaps this is the reason that Obama was re-elected

   Dec. 1, 2012

The Evans Report:
Making ethics reform meaningful

Premium content from Atlanta Business Chronicle by Randy Evans Date: Friday, November 30, 2012, 6:00am EST

Comprehensive ethics reform is never an easy process, and Georgia is certainly no exception. Yet, House Speaker David Ralston has promised it; Sen. Josh McKoon has pushed it; and Gov. Nathan Deal supports it. Ethics reform will come again to Georgia in 2013. Read more


Newt to House GOP: Stop negotiating with Obama

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said Wednesday that House Republicans should stop negotiating with President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats on the fiscal cliff, saying that by doing so, they give Obama all of the leverage in the talks ... (more)


▪ Ray Stevens Has Some Questions For Obama

Conservative music star Ray Stevens posted this music video “Mr. President” over a year ago, but Obama’s same old tired policies make it just as (if not more) relevant today.  Click video to view and listen.


White House: Obama to Meet Romney Thursday

Gingrich: The key ‘R’ word is Republican, not Romney
  Human Events Newt Gingrich

With all the efforts to understand the recent election defeat, a lot of the focus has been on former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his campaign.That is exactly the wrong way to begin analyzing the outcome of the 2012 campaign. The focus on Romney as a candidate is profoundly misleading for those who want to prepare for future Republican victories.  Any analysis of recent Republican presidential results will reveal a systemic failure which can’t be ascribed to Romney. Read more


January 1, 2011

GOP sweep named top Ga. story of 2010

Base bails on Democrats in droves
By Chris Joyner - AJC
Georgia Democrats enter the upcoming 2011 session of the General Assembly reeling from a series of defections and facing an uphill climb toward relevance. The once-dominant party holds 85 of 236 seats in the House and Senate, Democrats’ lowest ebb since Reconstruction. And the number has been slipping. Read entire article


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