August 13, 2013

History Doesn’t Happen in the Past

By: Dr. Robert R. Owens

The parasite has out grown its host and it can’t live on its own.

We are witnessing the convergence of multiple mistake streams combining into one river of destruction. We have a ruling clique concerned only with maintaining its power …

Filed under: History - 13 Aug 2013

Phony scandals

By: Guest Authors

BOHEMIA, NY, Aug 2 – Barak Obama’s “ill advised” summer campaign tour is in full swing as he tries to convince Americans that he has successfully turned the economy around. “But a record 46.2 million citizens living in poverty – …

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Aug 2013

Repeal Obamacare

By: Mark Hyman

Okay. Let me get this straight.

The people who drafted the legislation –“ the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — ObamaCare –“ don’t want it. Staff are bailing out of Congress.

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Aug 2013

There is Plenty of White Guilt to Go Around But has It really Helped the Blacks.

By: Rev. Bresciani

Shelby Steele is the author of White Guilt. I found the book fascinating especially after the uprising brought about by the self destruction of little Trayvon. All of a sudden America was faced with the illogical cries that everything is …

Filed under: Politically Incorrect Reality - 13 Aug 2013

August 12, 2013

White House Has ‘Peculiar’ Justification for Illegal Immigration

By: Michael R. Shannon

Someone in the White House is channeling John C. Calhoun.

Filed under: Immigration - 12 Aug 2013

Entrepreneurs’ property rights at stake in France

By: Guest Authors

By Dr. Sylvain Charat

It happened on a cold of day during the last French presidential campaign in a small industrial town called Florange, in Eastern France. On February 12th, 2012, the campaigning and would-be president Francois Hollande climbed a small …

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 12 Aug 2013

American Qualifications For Leadership

By: William P. Frasca

Have we as a Nation finally accepted stupidity, idiocies and incompetence identifying our elected and appointed government officials, who are making decisions on our quality of life? Are we accepting reduced intellectual competence instead of the unbelievable capabilities of wisdom …

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 12 Aug 2013

Standing MY Ground

By: Patti Bankson

Every now and then celebrities and various “leaders” step down from their pedestals to reveal their ignorance, amorality, self-absorption, and, last, but not least, their hypocrisy.

Filed under: Second Amendment - 12 Aug 2013

August 11, 2013

Impeachment: All you need to know (and you do need to know it).

By: Publius Huldah

1. It is NOT necessary that the President, other officers in the executive branch, or federal judges commit a crime before they may be impeached & removed from office.

Federalist Paper No. 66 (2nd para) & Federalist  No. 77

Giving In and Giving Up

By: Patti Bankson

This week I’ve listened toSecretary of State John Kerry talk about bringing the parties together in the Middle East to talk Peace, and being lauded for doing a good job. Applause? Already? It’s not like bringing them together hasn’t happened …

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 11 Aug 2013

TSA Precheck

By: Mark Hyman

What if the medical lab marketed your health information after you had blood work done?

You’d be furious.

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 11 Aug 2013

Intentional dementia

By: Guest Authors

By Dr. Gary Welton

During Mother’s last few months, conversations were extremely difficult to follow because her mind seamlessly switched from one decade to another. Isaac Singer writes, “Sometimes she’d tangle one story with another and couldn’t find her way out” …

Filed under: Potpourri - 11 Aug 2013

August 4, 2013

An FBI Life

By: Dr. Paul Kengor

America has lost a good man and dedicated servant. Edward S. Miller, a lifetime FBI man, has departed this country and this world, leaving behind a trail of fascinating tales and deeds — involving characters as diverse as J. Edgar …

Filed under: In The News - 04 Aug 2013

If Sharpton’s 100 Cities Goes Violent – Will He be Held Accountable?

By: Rev. Bresciani

The major difference between civil rights movements of the past and those of today is blaringly obvious. Civil rights movements of the 60s were aimed at freeing many people from oppression and injustice. The faux civil rights leaders of today …

Filed under: In The News - 04 Aug 2013

PA Attorney General Refuses to Defend Marriage Law – An Insider’s View

By: Guest Authors

Q&A with Pennsylvania Family Institute President Michael Geer

Editor’s note: Last week, the ACLU filed a federal lawsuit to overturn Pennsylvania’s marriage law. In response, in a stunning move, Pennsylvania’s attorney general refused to defend the law. The Center for Vision …

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 04 Aug 2013
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