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Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead: The House Has Voted to Defund ACORN

I’ve never been so frustrated.  I just wrote an entire post about the vote by the House to defund ACORN and the when I clicked “post” it erased everything and posted a blank article.  I have a killer headache, so I’m not about to retype all of that, so I’m going to have to break my number 1 rule and….. **shutter** just post a link.  I can’t believe this is happening.  Don’t disown me readers, it will never happen again.

http://biggovernment.com/2009/09/17/breaking-house-votes-to-cut-all-funds-to-acorn/

If your representative is one of the 75 clueless congressmen and women that voted NOT to defund ACORN, please give their office a call.  If they haven’t seen the light yet, it’s going to take some serious discussions.

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Poll of the Day: What Do You Think About the House Vote to Defund ACORN?

If you missed the breaking news, click here to read the full breakdown.

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This Day in History: Octomom, Mars, and “The View”

May 28th

  • 1774- The first Continental Congress convenes.
  • 1830- President Andrew Jackson signs The Indian Removal Act which relocates Native Americans.
  • 1859- Big Ben is delivered to the Palace of Westminster on a 16-horse carriage.
  • 1930- The Chrylser Building, one the tallest building in the world, opens in New York.
  • 1934- The first set of quintuplets that survive through infancy are born.  Somewhere, Octomom is smirking.  Look for more on the original quintuplets in today’s “Pointless Post of the Day”.
  • 1937- The Golden Gate Bridge officially opens to vehicle traffic.
  • 1952- Women in Greece are given the right to vote.
  • 1964- The PLO is formed.
  • 1996- Bill Clinton’s are convicted of fraud in the Whitewater land deal.
  • 2002- The Mars Odyssey finds evidence of space ice.

Birthday Shoutouts

The Conservative Journal wishes a happy birthday to..

  • The two surviving “original quintuplets” Cecile and Annette Dionne, 75.
  • “The Empress of Soul” Gladys Knight, 65.
  • My favorite mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani, 65.
  • The only non-vomit-inducing member of “The View” Elisabeth Hasselbeck (Did you know her maiden name is “Filarski”?  How awesome is that!), 32.
  • American pop singer Colbie Caillat, 24.

Happy Flag Day to those in the Philippines!

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This Day in History: Witches, Feral Kids, and Lenny Kravitz

May 26th

  • 1293- An earthquake strikes Kamakura, Japan, killing about 30,000.
  • 1647- Alse Young becomes the first person executed as a witch in the American colonies, when she is hanged in Hartford, Connecticut.
  • 1805- Napoléon Bonaparte assumes the title of King of Italy and is crowned with the Iron Crown of Lombardy in the Duomo di Milano, the gothic cathedral in Milan.
  • 1828- Mysterious feral child Kaspar Hauser is discovered wandering the streets of Nuremberg.
  • 1830- The Indian Removal Act is passed by the U.S. Congress; it is signed into law by President Andrew Jackson two days later.
  • 1964- Montana becomes a U.S. Territory.
  • 1868- President Andrew Johnson is found not guilty in his impeachment trial by 1 vote.
  • 1896- Charles Dow introduces the first publication of the Dow Industrial Average.
  • 1966- British Guiana gains its independence, becoming Guyana.
  • 1998- The U.S. Supreme Court rules that Ellis Island is mostly in New Jersey rather than New York.
  • 2006- The May 2006 Java earthquake kills over 5,700 people, leaves 200,000 homeless.

Birthday Shoutouts

The Conservative Journal wishes a Happy Birthday to..

  • Stevie Nicks, because I don’t want to anger anyone that might be a Wiccan*, 61.
  • Hank Williams Jr., his song is called “The Red, White, and Pink Slip Blues”, need I say more?  60.
  • Bobcat Goldthwait, clearly because of the name, 47.
  • American singer-songwriter Lenny Kravitz, 45.

*The Conservative Journal DOES NOT believe that Stevie Nicks is or has ever been a member of the Wicca Cult.

Other

To all you Polish mothers out there, Happy Mother’s Day!

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Pointless Post of the Day: William W. Dixon

I’m back today!  I had a great trip to see the family for Memorial Day weekend.  I hope every one had a great holiday as well and is enjoying what is more than likely your first day back at work after a long weekend.  Woo.

William W. Dixon was a U.S. Representative for Montana for 2 years between March, 1891, and March, 1893.  Dixon was originally from Brooklyn, New York, though he left there at a young age and never returned.  When Dixon was old enough, he attended law school Keokuk, Iowa, and was admitted to the bar in 1858.  He then moved to Tennessee in 1860, then to Arkansas a few short months later.  He then moved to California for a very short time before moving to Nevada for a little over 3 years.  In 1866 he moved to Helena Montana, where he resided until 1879.  He then temporarily moved to Black Hills, but returned to Montana in 1881 and practiced law in Butte.  In 1891 he was elected as a Democrat to serve  in Congress.  In 1893, however, he failed to be re-elected.  He then practiced law until retiring to Los Angeles, California, where he lived until his death in 1910.  Even after his death Dixon couldn’t stay settled.  His casket was moved 3 times after his death.

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This Day in History: Canes, Volcanoes, and Mexico

May 22nd

  • 1807- A grand jury indicts former V.P. Arron Burr on a count of treason.
  • 1843- Thousands of people and their cattle head west via wagon train from Independence, Missouri to what would later become the Oregon Territory. It is part of the Great Migration. They follow what is now known as the Oregon Trail.
  • 1848- Slavery is abolished in Martinique.
  • 1856- Congressman Preston Brooks of South Carolina beats Senator Charles Sumner with a cane in the hall of the United States Senate for a speech Sumner had made attacking Southerners who sympathized with the pro-slavery violence in Kansas.
  • 1906- The Wright brothers are granted U.S. patent number 821,393 for their Flying-Machine.
  • 1915- Lassen Peak in California erupts, joining Mt. Saint Helens as the only eruptions in the continental U.S. during the 20th century.
  • 1942- Mexico enters World War II on the side of the Allies.\
  • 1947- U.S. President Harry Truman enacts the Truman Doctrine, giving $400 million of aid to fight communism in Turkey and Greece.
  • 1960- The largest earthquake ever recorded hits southern Chile.  It registered a 9.5.
  • 1962- Continental Airlines Flight 11 crashes after bombs explode on board.
  • 1992- After 30 years, 66-year-old Johnny Carson hosts The Tonight Show for the last time.
  • 2008- The Late-May 2008 tornado outbreak sequence unleashes 235 tornadoes, including an EF4 and an EF5 tornado, between 22 May and 31 May 2008. The tornadoes struck 19 states and one Canadian province.

Birthday Shoutouts

The Conservative Journal wishes a Happy Birthday to..

  • American businessman T. Boone Pickens, 81.
  • Alaskan Senator Lisa Murkowski, 52.
  • former left handed MLB pitcher Tommy John, 66.

Also, don’t forget to go buy a banjo because today is “Buy a Musical Instrument Day”!

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This Day in History: Mexico, JFK, and Paper Mario

May 19th

  • 1780- Thick smoke and heavy cloud cover cause complete darkness to befall New England and Canada.  It was big Colonial-style blackout.
  • 1848- Mexico officiates the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which gives us California, Nevada, Utah and parts of four other modern-day states.  This ends the Mexican-American War, and all for less than $15 million out of our vault.
  • 1921- Congress passes the Emergency Quota Act, which for the first time sets a limit on the volume of national immigration.
  • 1962- Marilyn Monroe performs her infamous rendition of “Happy Birthday” for then President John F. Kennedy.
  • 1991- Croatia becomes an independent nation.

Birthday Shoutouts

The Conservative Journal wishes a happy birthday to…

  • former NFL football star Archie Manning, 60.
  • AC/DC drumer Phil Rudd, 55.
  • the voice of “Goombella” from the game Paper Mario Kelly Sheridan, 32.

Only the very rich and famous get a shout out from us.

In Memory of..

  • author Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1864.
  • former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, 1994.

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This Day in History: Vampires, Comets, and Congress

May 18th

  • 1498- Vasco de Gama reaches Calicut, India.

  • 1652- Rhode Island passes the first laws in North America making slavery illegal.
  • 1804- Napolean Bonaparte declared the Emperor of France by the French Senate.
  • 1863- The Siege of Vicksburg begins as part of the Civil War.
  • 1897- Dracula is first published.  Twilight fans, thank Irish Author Bram Stoker for the vampire.
  • 1910- Haley’s Comet passes through the night sky.
  • 1969- Apollo 10 is launched.
  • 1980- Mt. St. Helens in Alaska erupts, killing 57 and causing several billion in damages.
  • 1992- The 27th amendment is finally ratified 202 years after initial submission.  This amendment prohibits salaries of members of Congress from being raised during the term.

Birthday Shoutouts

The Conservative Journal wishes a happy birthday to…

  • My favorite Luxembourgian politician and former Prime Minister, Jacques Santer, 72.
  • Country music singer George Strait, 57.
  • The brilliantly hilarious Tina Fey, 39.

Only the very rich and famous get a shout out from us.

In Memory Of..

  • Victim of the 1980 Mt. St. Helens eruption Harry Randall Truman, 1980.
  • The first female member of Congress Jeannette Rankin, 1973.

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Poll of the Day: What Do You Think of Charlie Rangel?

For those of you that missed the original article about Charlie Rangel’s inability to read his own writing, the article can be found here.

The old windbag that is Charlie Rangel just can’t seem to get his taxes right, but he constantly gets a pass when his tax cheating ways are brought to light.  This leads us today’s poll: What do you think of Charlie Rangel?  Vote in the poll and see how our readers view Count Rangula (See this post.).

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Charlie Rangel Can’t Read His Own Writing

See the resemblence to Dracula??

See the resemblence to Dracula??

Charlie Rangel can’t seem to understand the tax code, which is excusable because most liberals can’t.  However, there’s one catch.  Charlie Rangel is in charge of the committee that writes the tax code.  You would think someone that spends his time writing and editing our million page tax code would have a pretty good handle on what is good and what is illegal, but of course that makes too much sense.  Instead, the spitting image of Dracula seems to think that rental property income is tax-exempt and the price of other properties flunctuates with the mood he’s in.  Well, it doesn’t seem to work that way for the rest of us.  Here are the details on Charlie’s latest little tax dilema:

Most know of Charlie’s tax dodging ways when it came to his rental property in the Dominican Republic.  He was just slightly confused with the fine print that he wrote, and thought that his out-of-country property was there tax-free.  Since he’s a liberal, he got a slight slap on the wrist from Queen of Congress, Nancy Pelosi, and was told he could pay up if he felt so inclined.  But apparently he didn’t learn then (In his defense, I don’t know why he’d learn a lesson.  He didn’t get in trouble.), and now is cheating his own rules once again.  The latest little omition from his taxes was a house that he sold in Washington, in addition to a home that changed value three times over a few year span; going from $50,000 to $100,000, then even as high as $5oo,000.  Of course Charlie sites the changes and omition as simple mistakes that could happen to anyone.  Well he is right about that; however, if anyone else had made these so-called “mistakes” they’d be sitting in the tax-evasion dungeon underneath Charlie’s office.  How ironic.

Bottom Line

Charlie’s got to go.  And all the other tax cheats, evaders, and the loophole posse can follow him on his walk of shame.  I consider myself a forgiving person, but come on.  Whose anyone kidding that Count Rangula (Had to) wasn’t fully aware of his alleged “mistake”?  No one with a half a brain buys that bull crap.  We have got to start extending the same punishments to those with power that we common folk are faced with.  We don’t get fifty million chances to get it right; they actually expect us to *GASP* obey the law.  Something needs to be immediately done with Rangel, Geithner, and the rest of the tax-evasion crew.  How about they pay back what they owe, inluding penalties?  That’s a start.

What do you think about the tax-evaders running amok in our government?  I know, let’s all just make “mistakes” on our taxes and see if we just get a warning.  How does that sound?  Leave your comments on this below or e-mail us at theconservativejournal@gmail.com.

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Barack Obama Reads This Blog

That’s right.  I know he does because just hours after I called for his apology regarding the ‘Special Olympics’ comment on Jay Leno, he did.  How do I know he read it here, you ask?  Well, because I can tell, that’s why.  Alright, so regardless of whether or not he read it here, B.O. did apologize for his remarks.  He called chairman of the Special Olympics, Tim Shriver,  to express his apologies and then went on to say some of the competitors were more than welcome to visit the White House for bowling or basketball.  Well that was nice B.O., and to think I doubted you.  Well now that I know you read this blog I have some more advice for you:  fire turbe-tax Geithner, fire Nancy Pelosi, fire all of congress, stop being a socialist, and quit spending all the money you can get your hands on.  Now get to work, that’s only the beginning!

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Suspect #1: Nancy Pelosi

Hmmm, could the senile sea hag have edited the page?

Hmmm, could the senile sea hag have edited the page?

No surprise here; everyone knows Princess Pelosi has a huge crush on Barack.  But is it enough to swoop in and fix his Wikipedia page?  We believe we have information that proves she did.

The Evidence

With Pelosi’s military jet use, she could have easily edited the entry on the go.  Not only that, but Pelosi is a rabid Obama fan and an ardent liberal.  Having Obama’s association with his pastor in the publica eye will not due for her.  Crazy-eyes Pelosi also clearly has a lot of downtime, as evidenced by her excessive cheerfulness and clapping at Obama’s address to the nation.  So, clearly, Pelosi had plenty of time to edit the entry, as well as the resources and the motive.

However….

Pelosi is hundreds of years old, she’s senile, and probably doesn’t know how to even access the internet.  Creating a Wikipedia account and then editing the entry would have been a great challenge for her, and then probably caused an aneurysm in the process.  This may serve to eliminate a suspect that seemed so promising in the beginning.  I mean, how many of you were suspecting it was Pelosi the whole time?

Although Pelosi certainly has the motive to comit such a herioc act, the fact that she was born pre-electricity casts doubt on her ability to even use the internet, much less edit a Wikipedia entry.  I personally do not believe it was her, but you will have the final say in the vote that will occur next week.  We’ll have to see how the other’s stack up.

Thanks for reading and participating in this nonsense!

Rick

**For those that have know clue what this is, click here for the original article with the details of WikiGate project.

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The Saga of Princess Pelosi the Magnificent

Princess Pelosi runs the show, and for some I reason I have a problem with that.

Princess Pelosi runs the show, and for some I reason I have a problem with that.

Anyone that thinks we lost the royal family with the Declaration of Independence is sadly mistaken.  Princess Nancy Patricia D’Alsendro Pelosi (No, I did not make that up) is reigning emperess of these fine United States, and no one’s going to convince her otherwise.

The latest chapter in her multi-part, made-for-tv drama consists of Princess P being an air plane hog and demanding that military jets are at her disposal at all times.  In fact, she and her team of nitwits are sure to book a military plane, at the taxpayers expense no less, every weekend in case P gets the urge to go shopping on 5th Avenue across the country in New York, or in case she gets really bored at one of those stupid congress sessions and wants to make a bee line for the vineyard/San Fransisco estate/Magic fairy princess castle.  Now, of course, her preferred mode of transportation is enchanted unicorn, but a private military jet that she travels on free of charge will do just fine (I hear B.O. has the unicorn reserved so he can travel more efficiently when ruining our foreign relations.  I wonder what kind of fuel economy a unicorn gets?).  Also, an official at the Defense Department said that Pelosi often cancels flights the day of the scheduled flight; far too late for anyone to take the scheduled flight instead and wasting millions of our dollars in flight prep work.  Think of all the money we’d save if Mystical Sea Hag Pelosi just flew commercial!

The E-mails…

From: princesspelosi@gmail.com

To: bigOtheprez@yahoo.com

Subject: i need a air plane pleze.

Message: hi barak!!  its princess nancy pelosi and i have suuuuuper special request.  i like need a air plane every weekend of my life.  i don’t wanna fly on those stinky regular planes, the bathrooms smell like one of those nasty city buses.  i need a air plane that smells like my britney spears perfume.  so if u could preeeetty pleze tell that guy in charge of those really neato army planes that i need 1 i would really be happy and probably even show up 4 the next congress session thingy.  so lemme no very very very soon pleze and i might make you a night in a shiny army and your wife (melissa?) can be a princess that you can save too.

your bff,

princess pelosi

From: bigOtheprez@yahoo.com

To: princesspelosi@gmail.com

Subject: Re: i need a air plane pleze.

Message:  what up Naaancy!  i’s just gone tell ya that my boi over at the army’s gone hook ya up with a real nice ride.  you set for however long you need it!  if you don’t need it just let him no whenever, i think he voted for mccain so i don’t mine making him wate.  hope its all good!

ya boi,

barry o.

Alright, alright, these are obviously not the real e-mails (all errors are intentional), but they are what I imagined they said before looking at the real e-mails.  These are all in good fun; if you take offense by them please don’t let me know. 🙂

For the real e-mails and other documents, click here.

Bottom Line…

Nancy Pelsoi is one of the richest members of Congress, yet she won’t pay for her own personal flights, and requires a private military jet every time she travels.  She is an arrogant, elitist snob that has no clue what normal life is like in America.  When people with a skewed view of society are in power they can’t make decisions that are meant to benefit the common-folk.  I’m not saying we should shun Princess P for her financial success, but her “I run this joint” attitude proves she’s not capable of seeing the world from an everyday American’s perspective.  Unless she sees herself through our eyes, she will never hang up the tiara and  do what’s best for America.

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Here’s an Idea: Let’s Ban Stimulus!

Soooo, where is the plug for the money waterfall?

Soooo, where is the plug for the money waterfall?

Why on earth does congress even try anymore?  They have proven one hundred times over that they are simply not compable of being compitent or rational.  The majority are also not able to resist the temptation to slip in their little “extras”, ranging from subsidies for struggling artists to millions for a boat to break up “dangerous polar ice”.  So from this day forth, as deemed by me, stimulus packages and discussions regarding stimulus are banned from America.  Thank you.

Now back to reality.  As much as I would love to be able to ban stimulus packages altogether, I simply don’t have the power.  And as I sit here and watch the fearless leader preach his fearmongering and propaganda on C-SPAN, I am becoming increasingly convinced that stimulus nonsense will become commonplace in this country.  And until the next elections, when hopefully Republicans can rebound in congress, the nonsense like polar ice boats and artist subsidies and national parks improvement will more than likely be thrown in there too, all for the benefit of the country of course.  (By the way, check back here in a few days for a special on all the nonsense thrown in the stimulus that apparently will save us from financial ruin!)

So here’s what I say, ban stimulus and instead try what’s proven to work:  tax cuts to EVERYONE, not just the people that don’t pay taxes at all. (No, I’m not referring to Democrats, here I’m actually talking about the people that aren’t supposed to pay taxes.)  A quick look back at history shows that these kinds of tax cuts work.  Early 1980s saw record unemployment and a recession.  Solution?  Tax cuts.  Result?  Out of recession and into some of the most prosperous years the United States has seen in recent memory.  Why on earth the Democrats in congress don’t even want to consider this blows my mind.  The only thing I can come up with is the simple fact that they apparently pay no taxes, so a tax cut wouldn’t benefit them at all.  So I encourage everyone to e-mail or write to your congressmen and women and encourage them to vote against this and future stimulus packages.  Let them know that there are tons of us out here that would rather keep our money off the bat than have the great government collect it then redistribute it at there liking!

So what do you think of the stimulus?  Are you as stunned as I am at the lack of cooperation in congress?  Or how about there ignorance to the fact that we actually don’t want to pay for the polar ice boat?  Leave a comment below or send us an e-mail.  If it’s good we just might feature it on the site!

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The Bailout Fad

Line up for you free bailout!

Line up for you free bailout!

Ahh, I just love a good bailout. Don’t worry about being responsible with your money, Nancy Pelosi and her squad of liberals will be at your door very shortly with a whopping check to “solve” all your troubles!

Hopefully, everyone sees the sarcasm in that.  My opinion is actually completely opposite of that.  I DESPISE the current love affair the democrats in congress have with bailouts.  They seem to have the mindset that the more money you throw at the problem the better off we are and everyone is happy.  False.  The kool-aid drinkers are happy, but those that understand the economy are left scratching their heads.  It blows my mind as to why they continue proposing these bailouts that clearly don’t work.  The first economic stimulus package failed to do anything, so they are proposing a new one.  Of course!  If at first $170 billion doesn’t jump-start the economy, throw another package right on down!  That doesn’t even make sense.  Now, they have a package designed to specifically bailout Detroit.  No, not their dreadful football team (For those that don’t follow football, the have lost all 8 of their games so far), but the automakers in Detroit.  They are now proposing $50 billion to give to struggling automakers, and while I know the auto companies certainly need some help, this is not the right way to go.  My main point with this rant is where will all this end?  Are we going to continue bailing out every industry in the nation until every executive get’s their spa trip at a luxurious resort?  Something needs to be done.  At the rate we’re going, I wouldn’t be surprised if tomorrow Pelosi speaks on a bailout for struggling lemonade stands across the country.  Eventually you have to draw the line, and most sensible people would have drawn after the first stimulus failed to make even a knick in the economy.

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