Semi-Daily Misc. Journal 5-04-2012

(NOTE: This posting originally appeared in the now-defunct Last Days Bulletin blog. It is Copyright 2012, Bay State Conservative News. Follow me on Twitter – @Sunking278)

Obama, during the 2008 campaign, came right out and said he plans to destroy the domestic coal industry. In the state that relies the heaviest on the industry, West Virginia, both the Democratic governor and Democratic U.S. Senator (a former governor himself) are making some waves after suggesting they may not vote for Obama in November. All along, I’ve kept telling myself there must be some Democrats out there who are not completely crazy. I believe very strongly in the two-party system, and we need good people on both sides of the aisle if we are going to solve this nation’s myriad problems. Especially when we have so many Republicans failing us in nearly every way possible. Good on Sen. Joe Manchin and Gov. Earl Roy Tomblin for not towing the party line this time … Massachusetts was ranked ‘only’ the fourth worst state in the nation in which to do business. Take that, Illinois, California, and New York! …

Recently, we’ve seen the U.S. Government make some very strange moves. Such as DHS ordering 450 million rounds of ammo, and Obama signing executive orders that allow him to strip Americans of their liberties at his whim. Now, a private investigator is coming forward and saying his sources are telling him that the government is preparing for civil war in America following the collapse of the U.S. dollar. While we’ve been hearing this sort of talk from the conspiracy crowd for several years now, recent events really make me wonder. And considering Obama’s undeniable dictatorial zeal and the continuing weakness of the U.S. economy, anything at all is possible now … Shame on Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam. He has vetoed a bill that would require Vanderbilt University to exempt Christian campus groups from adhering to their ‘all comers’ rule. Basically, right now these are required by Vandy to allow anyone and everyone in. For instance, a Muslim could demand to join a Christian group, and the group would have no recourse but to let him in. Haslam claims that government cannot mandate the policies of a private institution. Which sounds good, on the surface, except that Vandy receives millions in state and federal funds each year. Another gutless Republican! I’m getting so sick of these guys; they all talk a good game, but in the end they sell us down the river just as surely as the Democrats do …

Other Headlines of Note:
CBN NewsFamily restores Christian school in liberal ‘Education Valley’
Washington Times editorialThe evils of ‘Little Brother’


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