July 28, 2011 2 Comments
July 26, 2011 Leave a comment
Young Cons’ Josh Riddle and Dave Ruffle (Dartmouth College ’12) released an enlightening video on the toll exorbitant debt has on our generation.
They won 5th place in the Power Line Blog contest:
Number five was submitted by the Young Cons, two rappers (and basketball players) from Dartmouth. Their video features lots of quick cuts as they interview students and a soldier. The cons themselves take the stage at the end. It is an impressive piece of work that rivets your attention even though it was one of the longer videos in the competition. Where can you see it? Courtesy of Andrew Breitbart and John Nolte at Big Hollywood, of course.
Watch the video here, which is featured on Power Lline Blog:
My second Washington Times Communities column this Thurs/Friday will address this and other related issues to Generation Y.
- Obama as political historian ['His ignorance is as broad as it is deep.'] (via ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+ ~ (BLOG & EMAIL)) (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- PRUDEN: A symphony by Congress at work on the debt – Washington Times (news.google.com)
- In Obama speech and John Boehner reply, political jockeying on debt ceiling (csmonitor.com)
- Donors throw their money at debt problem (boston.com)
- MILLER: Congress agrees: Keep spending – Washington Times (gds44.wordpress.com)
July 14, 2011 1 Comment
Check out my latest column at The Washington Times Communities –July 14th, 2011
- Feckless Boy Levi Johnston Embarrasses Men With New Book (thegabriellahoffman.com)
- Going After Michele Bachmann Ahead Of 2012 Has Its Risks (huffingtonpost.com)
- Ridge raps Bachmann’s creds (politico.com)
- Romney, Bachmann Lead GOP Field, Obama Leads All GOP Candidates (outsidethebeltway.com)
July 4, 2011 3 Comments
“Somewhere in our growing up we began to be aware of the meaning of days and with that awareness, came the birth of patriotism. July Fourth is the birthday of our nation. I believed as a boy, and believe even more today, that it is the birthday of the greatest nation on earth.” — President Ronald Reagan
On this 4th of July, let us all come together to celebrate this nation’s birth and our independence from Britain.
Today, we must celebrate our freedoms, our Constitution, our laws, our traditions, our Founding Fathers, and the things that make this country great. Whether you’re BBQ-ing, swimming in the pool, attending a parade, watching fireworks, spending time with family, etc., give thanks to this great nation.
God Bless the USA!