Framing the Dialogue

Archive for May, 2014

Follow The Money

I am unsure about how accurate the numbers are in this graphic, but I have heard that the underlying truth is that there is a VAST difference on how much of our donations are actually used by charities.  I’ve always heard that the Salvation Army is one of the best.


Veterans Administration = Obamacare

imageWND News posted an article that looked back at how Obama hyped the Veterans Administration would be a model for the preeminent healthcare system in the world AND as a view into what Obamacare will bring us.

Obama 2008: VA will be ‘leader of health care reform’

That part is true and is a frightening peak into what’s in store for us unless the bums in Washington (both Dems & GOP) repeal NOT FIX Obamacare.  Remember they exempted themselves from the VA/Obamacare.  Here are some quotes from the article;

Update: Liberal Alters – Public Education

imageThis headline about sums it up;

DC Schools: $29,349 Per Pupil, 83 Percent Not Proficient in Reading

This should be “Nuff said,” but it gets more sickening when you read how the money is spent and the results they get;

“According to the latest data from National Center for Education Statistics, but in 2013 fully 83 percent of the eighth graders in these schools were not “proficient” in reading and 81 percent were not “proficient” in math.”


Brietbart News posted this global warming article that was published in the LA Times in 1972.


So I recently was considering an investment and found one that had done quite well over the past few years. They did have a disclaimer; “past results do not guarantee future success.” The global warming, sorry climate change, folks need the a disclaimer; “failure of past predictions do not mean that our future ones will epically fail also unless they do which will mean that the next one will be right…the debate is over!”

Pick One

You get three guesses about which of these headlines/statistics will appear prominently in the lame-stream media…Oh and the first two guesses don’t count.