Keith Olberman and Bill Maher were discussing Glenn Beck the other day. They said that if "we the people" form a militia and start a revolution, it would be Glenn's fault. They also said that it's because of people like Glenn that Timothy McVeigh blew up the Federal Building in Oklahoma. We're noticing a trend. The far left is trying to pick off one-by-one the conservative voices. Obama disparagingly referenced Sean Hannity several times during the presidential campaign. More recently, he and his underlings targeted Rush Limbaugh. Now it's on to Glenn Beck. These men can defend themselves, but remember, if we hold our tongues when our constitutional guarantee of freedom of speech is being threatened, all of us common folks will be the next targets. It is our belief that these attacks on conservative voices are leading up to legislating some form of the so-called fairness doctrine.
According to an administration document, the Obama administration is considering asking Congress to give the Treasury secretary unprecedented powers to initiate the seizure of non-bank financial companies, such as large insurers, investment firms and hedge funds, whose collapse would damage the broader economy. Giving the Treasury secretary authority over a broader range of companies would mark a significant shift from the existing model of financial regulation, which relies on independent agencies that are shielded from the political process. The Treasury secretary, a member of the president's Cabinet, would exercise the new powers in consultation with the White House, the Federal Reserve and other regulators, according to the document. Obama's not even being subtle about his plans to socialize the United States.
And lastly, we leave you with another article by John Hawkins entitled Barack Obama's Top 5 Bart Simpson Moments. Please click on the link below.