Archive for: March 2007

March 17, 2007

The Genealogy of American Liberal-Progressive Gnosticism

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 17 Mar 2007

American liberal-socialism is the gnostic descendant of the French Revolution and its Reign of Terror. The genealogical connection begins with Henri de Saint-Simon, the French intellectual who codified the doctrine of socialism in the first decades of the 1800s, shortly …

In Latin America: ‘Death to Uncle Sam’

Recently President Bush went on a six nation South American tour, a region to which both the Clinton and Bush administrations have failed to spend sufficient time and resources. His visit was a progressive move in the right direction but …

The Communist Roots Of The Disease of Liberalism

“America is like a healthy body, and it’s resistance is threefold: It’s Patriotism, it’s morality, and it’s Spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.” The above quote is from Joseph Stalin, whom …

March 16, 2007

Mr. Ignatius, Meet Mr. Bok

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 16 Mar 2007

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius thinks that American colleges are just swell. Former Harvard president Derek Bok disagrees.

Dubya Enforces Rule of Law with Executive Order Uno Pardonade

Filed under: Immigration - 16 Mar 2007

With the illegal immigration debate heating up again, I expect President Bush to take more of a leadership role on this vital issue. In fact, I fully expect a nationwide television address from Bush, to go something like this:

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Fox?

I may be a Neo-Con, which is supposed to be some kind of insult, as the word kind of resembles Neanderthal. I guess I should admit I’m not smart enough to enjoy the Constitutional privilege that is free speech. Free …

We Can Agree on “The Big Five” in Reading Instruction

Most parents are pleased to hear, “…plays nicely with others,” when their children are assessed in preschool or kindergarten. Getting along is a skill that will transfer throughout our lives. On the flip side, it’s hard to be …

March 15, 2007

Conservative Movement Heats Up With Premier Western Conference

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 15 Mar 2007

March 12/06/Reno, NV – As frustration within the Conservative ranks begins to reach record levels, the timing of the largest event in the West couldn’t be better.

Editor & Publisher to Journalists: Get over Your Big Egos

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 15 Mar 2007

As I have in the past, to be a fair and honest reporter, I’ll bring the good news about the MSM to the fore right along with the bad. Today I have some good in the form of a piece …

Why Christians Struggle to Redeem the Culture

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Religion & Faith - 15 Mar 2007

Perhaps you are one of those people who often wonder how come there are so many professing Christians in America, yet the culture is deteriorating like a timber foundation infested with termites and dry rot.

Satan, Islamic Terrorists, And The Democrats Are Out And About

All human beings are in one way or another involved in a great controversy between Christ and Satan. God’s sovereignty over the universe was put into question a long time ago by a willful defector. The conflict began in heaven …

Woozles in the Name of Protecting Women?

The Gender Warriors have discovered the perfect wedge issue, one that carries raw, visceral appeal with liberals and conservatives alike, and to a large swath of the American electorate. But there’s a catch: For this issue to work, …

March 14, 2007

Of Ann Coulter Adam’s Apple and Other Urgent Matters

Filed under: Potpourri - 14 Mar 2007

Of Ann Coulter’s many outstanding physical attributes–long blond hair, crystal-blue eyes, drop-dead gorgeous smile, movie-star skin, and on and on–the one feature that really stands out is her Adam’s Apple.

Duncan Hunter: On the Road to the Oval Office

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 14 Mar 2007

The legendary test pilot Chuck Yeager once wrote of Rep. Duncan Hunter: “Congressman [Hunter] is the best candidate for President of the United States of America that I know — he has integrity, tenacity, courage, and diplomacy. He is intelligent …

Newt and Slick Willie: Equally Reprehensible?

Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Mar 2007

Revelations about former Speaker Gingrich’s extra-marital affair while he was pursuing Bill Clinton’s scalp for impeachment are titillating, but only to those seek to fill their hollow skulls with unmitigated pap.

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