United States

Benghazi

On September 11, 2012, the United States embassy in Benghazi, Libya, was overrun and American lives were lost.  American personnel, including the United States ambassador to Libya, were murdered.  President Obama (Democrat) and members of the State Department, including Hillary Clinton (Democrat), could have intervened but instead made the decision to abandon their own citizens.  …

Benghazi Read More »

Taxes

The true power of Congress resides in the constitutional power of Congress to control the purse strings of the United States Government.  Congress has the constitutional power to refuse to fund items, to include executive orders and legislation, which in effect renders such items null and void.  Sadly, Congress has failed to make use of …

Taxes Read More »

Crony Capitalism

At the simplest level, free market capitalism is driven by supply and demand; people only engage in mutually beneficial transactions and are free to spend their time and money as they choose. Crony capitalism, despite the name, is not free market capitalism at all.  In crony capitalism the game is rigged; supply and demand are …

Crony Capitalism Read More »

Descendants of Stephen McGrorty

Generation No. 1 STEPHEN1 MCGRORTY was born around 1805 in Ireland and died unknown. He married MARY FERRY/ FAIRY. Children of STEPHEN MCGRORTY and MARY FAIRY are: i. MICHAEL2 MCGRORTY, born July 1825, Donegal, Ireland; died April 16, 1926, his residence, outer edge of town, New Bethlehem, Porter Twp., Clarion Co.?. ii. SUSAN MCGRORTY. Generation …

Descendants of Stephen McGrorty Read More »

Sister Julia McGroarty

Sister Julia McGroarty, original name Susan McGroarty (born Feb. 13, 1827, Inver, County Donegal, Ire.—died Nov. 12, 1901, Peabody, Mass., U.S.), Irish-born American religious leader and educator, the first American superior in the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, whose efforts increased the scope and quality of Roman Catholic education in the United States. Susan …

Sister Julia McGroarty Read More »

John Steven McGroarty

Born at Buck Mountain, in Foster Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania (near Wilkes-Barre), McGroarty was the youngest of 12 children.  He was educated at public schools and Harry Hillman Academy in Wilkes-Barre, and was employed as treasurer of Luzerne County from 1890 to 1893.  He later studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1894 …

John Steven McGroarty Read More »

2nd Amendment

The Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights is meant to safeguard our unalienable right to bear arms.  Throughout history tyrants have attempted to disarm individuals in order to control people by force.  Therefore, our Founding Fathers made it clear that no government body has any right to pass any law or regulation limiting the …

2nd Amendment Read More »