Browsing Archives of Author »Nathan Steeves«

Rangel, Waters To Blame For Dem Failure

Thu 08/05/2010


Rangel and Waters, exclusively responsible for Democrat’s poor performance, (whooping) in November’s Mid-Term elections. I hear a lot being said about these two democrats unwise decision to forego the slap on the wrist in lieu of a public trial. How hard this must be on poor Nancy Pelosi. I think there have been back channel […]

If You’re Not Outraged, You’re Probably a Democrat

Thu 08/13/2009


Driving in traffic I saw a sign of our times. It was in the form a bumper sticker, actually two of them. One said “Obama ‘08,” the other one said, “If You’re Not Outraged, You’re Not Paying Attention.” Hmm. So the only acceptable political outrage it would seem is liberal outrage. The kind that voted […]

F-22’s and Your Healthcare Future

Wed 07/22/2009


Take a good look at this debate. The left is dancing in the aisles because they saved the country from the premier fighter in the world. I’m not really a big fan of the huge price tag of a plane that is not necessary for our national security. I understand that many in side the […]

Malibu Barbie

Tue 07/07/2009


With all the speculation about what the aims, goals, dysfunctions of Sarah Palin are, I thought I might make a bid to draft her to the bigger stage. President? No, Governatress. Come again? For those of you outside of the great state of Cali-for-nea. That’s Schwarzenegger speak for the next governor of California. Some of […]

Sarah Palin, Rock Star

Sun 07/05/2009


Sarah Palin, political rock star. Not qualified to be county dog catcher, let alone serve a higher purpose on a national level. Sounds eerily like our current rock star President. He completely and totally obliterated all future quips about political qualifications. He was a community organizer, state senator, U.S. Senator for two years and now […]

President Obama,

Fri 02/13/2009


Feb. 13, 2009 President Obama, I am one of those people whom you wish to help with this stimulus package. I have a wife and three children, I made quite a bit less last year than in 2007. Tough times. Economic hardships are a very personal and poignant reality. This is no one else’s fault […]


Tue 02/10/2009


There was no bread in all the land; for the famine was very sore, so that the land of Egypt and all the land of Canaan fainted by reason of the famine. And Joseph gathered up all the money that was found in the land of Egypt, and in the land of Canaan, for the […]

Pursuit of Happiness

Tue 12/09/2008


The third unalienable right stated as the purpose of government is the one which explicitly requires citizens to put forth effort. While life and liberty will not be maintained with out a conscientious practice thereof, “The pursuit of happiness,” contains with in it the expression of an individual responsibility to strive for pleasure. So often […]


Thu 11/13/2008


My county tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sing. Second only to Life, Jefferson listed liberty as one of the aims of American Independence, and yes, a God given right. Liberty is to the human spirit what air is to the human body. We inhale it’s fragrance and revel in it’s […]


Wed 11/12/2008


People are eager to declare that this is the end of the line for conservatism in general and the pro-life issue in particular. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. Jefferson said these were God given rights in the declaration of Independence.  The are also the Core of Conservatism. What is Life? It is nothing […]

Common Sense Conservatism

Tue 11/11/2008


There is a lot of hand wringing and soul searching going on in the conservative movement these days. The Republicans are debating a move to the center which means a move leftward. “Facts are stubborn things,” John Adams proclaimed in his defense of the British Soldiers indicted in the Boston Massacre. He was famously correct […]

Mr. President

Wed 11/05/2008


I’m not a fan of Barack Obama. I am happy for his supporters and a rejoice that our nation has moved beyond race in politics. I believe fervently in America. We are a resilient nation, full of hope and ideals. So long as we remain free we will have the power to mend what needs […]

It Can’t Be Over, I Haven’t Voted Yet

Mon 11/03/2008


I’m looking forward to tomorrow, Nov. 4, 2008. I’m sick of being told that the election is over, I’m sick of being called bitter, racist, ignorant. I’m sick of my values being trashed for political expediency, I forgot to add “homophobe,” since I reside here in California. Now I remember why I canceled my subscription […]

The Play at First

Mon 10/27/2008


Left handed pitchers fall away to the left side of the diamond, just like a right handed pitcher falls away to the right side of the in field. Natural pitching mechanics. If you are trying to bunt for a base hit off a left handed pitcher you want the ball far enough away from the […]

“Prop 8 is Hate”

Fri 10/24/2008


I have a vivid memory of the High School Bully rearing back and firing a basket ball overhand down the hall at the Gay Kid. I can close my eyes right now and relive it’s every detail. That was hate. I’m not naming names because that’s not the point. I had great compassion and sympathy […]

Barack Obama of Sherwood Forest

Mon 10/20/2008


steevesna Have you ever driven through a nice neighborhood and thought I wonder what that house looks like on the inside? Would you take the time to stop and admire one of the beautiful homes on the hill if it had an open house sign? It’s human nature to have an insatiable curiosity for how […]

Two World Views

Sun 10/12/2008


Teeming masses of people surround you, a thin slice of blue above you is the only thing in sight that is not the product of man. To be heard you have to clamor, to be noticed you have to do something out of the ordinary. Towering masses of steel testify to the power , intellect, […]