Today is President’s Day… and today we settle, for good and all, who represented the best of the American spirit and character… Traditional winners are Washington, Lincoln, and FDR… with Jefferson and Teddy Roosevelt quickly behind. We’ll see how Bearing Drift 2011 readers fare with the national averages. Enjoy, as I’m sure there will be […]
There is nothing more frustrating than to see 21st century nutjobs hijack the 18th century Founding Fathers. First, watch this video — quiz to follow shortly: OK kids, so what’s wrong with this picture? First off, you don’t own yourself. Simple as that. “But Shaun,” you might ask, “of course I own myself! In fact, […]
Much of the money to support the Democratic Party’s annual fundraiser and lovefest in Richmond comes from big labor. Sources tell Bearing Drift that one of the biggest donors is, surprise: the Communications Workers of America. What a shocker. Is it any wonder then that Sean Holihan, chairman of the VA Young Dems just tweeted: […]
The U.S. House passed the continuing resolution (H.R. 1) very early this morning 235-189 that will fund the government through this year, but will also cut $100 billion from the 2011 fiscal year budget.
Change can be a good thing. Remember, when President Obama campaigned for change, I bet he didn’t see this one coming back in 2008 while campaigning. Over the course of this week, public service unions in Wisconsin have been protesting, because Governor Scott Walker is planning to raise the public employees’ share of health insurance […]
Let’s travel back two years to a discussion about tax policy and what to do about the then current economic state of affairs. The president summoned to the White House, shortly after his inauguration, the Republican leadership team for a true moment of bipartisanship to discuss how to fix the current funk in America’s economy. […]