Tag Archives: Joe Biden

The IRS Wants to Look in Your Wallet

Rob Meyne

  • Oct. 15, 2021
  • 1-min read

The IRS is ready to peer into your purse or wallet. Well, at least your bank account.

Bien’s $3.5 trillion dollar bill includes more than spending. It is a blueprint for the economic restructuring and a wholesale shift in our priorities. It sets the stage for a move away from an entrepreneurial, capitalist, free society to one dedicated to reallocating wealth, distributing assets based on sex and skin color, and ensuring equality of result rather than opportunity.

The Biden Administration announced this change in federal policy in its first few days. They said their goal is equity (equal results) in federal programs rather than equal opportunity. The former is socialist dogma; the latter is the basis of a free constitutional republic.

It is hard to think of a change in policy that could be more important.

Washington is also determined to spy on your personal, private financial matters. The legislation contains a provision that will give the IRS access to your bank accounts if they involve an annual aggregate amount of $600 or more. (Many Americans spend more than that each year oncoffee.) The IRS would not need to get a warrant, court order, or show probable cause. If they want to look at the credit union accounts for your son Trip, Aunt Doris, and your dad’s best friend’s gardener, they can.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she doesn’t consider this an invasion of privacy. Apparently, she doesn’t know the definition of the term. For more detail, see here.

The same administration that wants you to believe they are only interested in going after rich people wants to see the finances of essentially every person in America. Do you contribute money to the church or Salvation Army? Team Biden will know. Do you smoke, drink a lot, or have weed delivered to your front door? They will know. Do you have an account with a porn site, buy things from Frederick’s of Hollywood (if they still exist), or collect posters of Hillary Duff? They will know.

Yellen says they need this information because too many billionaires aren’t paying enough in taxes. It is hard to decide what is worse: the fact that they lie or that they think we are too stupid to know it.

Two Questions for Biden

NY Post says President Biden is “Glazed and Confused”

By Rob Meyne

  • Jun 9
  • 5 min read

The past few days have presented a cornucopia of examples of precisely how different things are in the still relatively new Biden Presidency. A couple of examples, with more to come.

First, consider the events of June 6. The anniversary of D-Day. This is a good time to remember – it can be argued it was the most important military action in world history – the events that began to turn the tables in WW II.


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Biden Threatens to Cancel July 4: Celebrate it Anyway


By J Robert Smith

  • Apr 22
  • 2 min read

Updated: Apr 24

Joe Biden’s string pullers in the White House are tenacious in trying to punish us for wanting to exercise our freedoms as Americans. Yesterday, their marionette (none other than the oft befuddled Joe Biden) threatened to deprive us bad boys, girls, and trans of July 4 celebrations this summer if we don’t knuckle under and be vaccinated.

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To Preserve Liberty & Freedom,
Save Small Businesses


By Rob Meyne

  • Apr 8, 2021
  • 4 min read

Those who value freedom above everything but faith – and even practicing our faith requires us to be free – recognize we are at a crossroads. The current administration embraced a political platform in 2020 that is, hands down, the most anti-freedom, extreme document of its kind in U. S. history.

There is a correlation between the size, power, and role of government and the amount of personal freedom we have. The relationship is direct, clear, and inverse. A nation that is more leftist is less free. A country with a more powerful government has less freedom. A nation that is more conservative, with a smaller government, is freer. “Democratic Socialism,” like “Free Slavery,” is a contradiction in terms. There is no such thing. It is that simple.

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It’s Mourning in America, Says Biden the Mortician

J Robert Smith

  • Mar 12
  • 2 min read

My first impression of Joe Biden’s Thursday night speech was: “Who put a mortician in charge of crowd control?”

That’s how the oft-befuddled Joe came off: a dour, droning purveyor of weepy – and manipulative – sentiment and gloom. Spring is about to spring, but for Joe and his Democrats, it’s Mourning in America. A perpetual gray hangs over these United States because power-tripping Democrats mean to plum this “crisis” for everything they can squeeze out of it.

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Narcissists on Parade

Rob Meyne

  • Mar 10
  • 5 min read

A friend from Terre Haute assures me there is a headstone in town with the inscription “Here lies a Democrat, a father, and an honest man.” His question was why they put three people in the same grave?

A friend in Louisiana used to say voters there didn’t expect their politicians to be corrupt, they demanded it.

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The Creepy Shadowing of Biden by Harris

J Robert Smith

  • March 7, 2021
  • 3 min read

I remarked to a colleague the other day that doesn’t it seem creepy that anytime Joe Biden surfaces for a – fleeting – public appearance, more often than not, Kamala Harris is lurking in the background? Does it not seem like an exec who’s privately informed his higher ups that he plans to retire but will slow walk it to give his heir apparent a chance to get familiar with whatever she needs to become familiar with?

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No Tolerance for Violence

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 15, 2021
  • 2 min read

Updated: Jan. 16, 2021

Next week, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the nation’s 46th president. It’s a bitter pill to swallow. But there are ways of dealing with that hard reality without resorting to actions that harm.

There’s talk of violence surrounding Biden’s inauguration. A concern is that the left plans to create false flag events. In other words, perpetrate violence and then pin it on patriots. We have no control over that, but conservative alternative media must be prepared to quickly expose that fraud.

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The Greatest Threat Ever to Our Liberty

This article originally appeared at American Thinker.

J Robert Smith

  • Nov. 14, 2020
  • 5 min read

Saturday at Newsmax, General Michael Flynn said this about the Democrats perpetrating elections fraud on an unprecedented scale:

“Right now, we are at risk,” Flynn added. “This is going to place this country at risk, if we get this wrong.” Then Flynn stated:

“This is bigger than the presidency,” Flynn said. “I’ll say this is bigger than Donald Trump. This is bigger than Vice President [Joe] Biden. This is much bigger. This is the presidency of the United States of America. It’s the Constitution of the United States of America. It’s a process we’ve had for almost 250 years.” Need we say the franchise is indispensable to our republic? Elections fraud isn’t new, but never in the nation’s history has this basic right been so comprehensively assaulted, so jeopardized. The Civil War was an attempt to split the nation, not deprive Union states’ citizens of their constitutional rights. We’re on new and very dangerous turf.

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A Trump Win Means Patriotism Is Not Out of Style

Rob Meyne

  • Nov. 2, 2020
  • 4 min read

One day out, a few more thoughts on curious realities that a win by either candidate would mean for the future of America’s elections.

If Biden wins, first, what does it mean that he hasn’t worked very hard? Biden’s taken off roughly half of the days during this campaign. Half. Are we supposed to think a person who can’t even campaign full-time is capable of being president? If he is healthy and vigorous, why hasn’t he worked harder?

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