Friday, January 8, 2010

Voting booth only way to undo health care 'reform'
In the Preamble of the Constitution it states, "promote the general welfare." It does not say "provide the general welfare." The same liberals that brought you "political correctness" are now trying to level the playing field of our economic system by taxing the alleged wealthy (read small business owners and middle class American tax payers) to provide for the few. They seem to have forgotten that it is the small business owners that already provide the jobs and therefore the money for the few. If they get taxed out of existence it won't be the few that (they) have to provide for, it will be the many. The absolute truth of the matter is that politicians need and use taxes to stay in power and for no other reason. They could care less about "the people".

Resolutions: Learn the issues, speak up
Two of my new year resolutions are to do a better job of educating myself politically and to do a better job of speaking or writing my observations and my interpretations of our political situations.

Board won't bend: Assembly denies waiver for Chumley
Chief of Staff Hugh Chumley does not deserve special treatment, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly decided Tuesday night.

Pact draws heat: Another hearing set for climate change agreement
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Linda K. Black
Soldotna resident Linda K. Black died Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010 at Heritage Place in Soldotna. She was 61.

Carolyn Roy Turkington
Longtime Homer resident Carolyn Roy Turkington died Saturday, Jan. 2, 2010 at Friendship Terrace Assisted Living in Homer with her family by her side. She was 83.

Video crazy
I hate to come across as an old fogey, but it seems to me that too many people are having fun watching other people do stupid things.

Soldotna boys blow past Braves
The Soldotna boys basketball team defeated Mt. Edgecumbe 36-28 on Thursday during the first day of the round-robin Heritage Christian Invitational in Anchorage.

Yamada heats up lanes at Polar Bowl
2009 Frank Lee Memorial Scholarship Tournament all-events champion Tyler Yamada captured his second title in as many months this past weekend at the Alaska Youth Scholarship Tournament.

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Jeff's call: Olympics has forgotten its roots

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