Archive for: June 2007

June 30, 2007

Obey Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 30 Jun 2007

Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment is as sacred as the first 10…”Thou shalt not speak ill of any other republican.” Yes, moderates and right wingers can have our healthy disagreements. That makes us an intellectually stronger party than the democrats, which …

The Rotten Apples — Why Public Schools Are NOT Accountable To Parents

Here’s another argument that public-school bureaucrats use to “justify” their monopoly control over our children’s minds and lives. They claim that we cannot trust the free-market to educate our children because too many free-market (private) schools are greedy for profits, …

America needs another Ronald Reagan..

The closer we approach the 2008 elections, the more I realize America needs another Ronald Reagan. Someone everyone knows, someone everyone likes, someone who is conservative and someone who can both win the election and manage to hold the Presidency …

Open Letter to Senate Majority Leader Reid

Filed under: Immigration,The Democrats - 30 Jun 2007

In 1993, America was overwhelmed by millions of aliens who defied our borders and immigration laws and came here unlawfully. As a responsible steward of the United States Constitution and a dedicated patriot at the time, on August 5, …

The Disgrace of the Duke 88

The three lacrosse players have been declared innocent, Duke University has agreed to a multi-million dollar settlement, and Michael Nifong’s law license has been yanked. But unfinished business remains. Three weeks after Crystal Gail Mangum made her false allegations …

June 29, 2007

Idiocy At The Speed of Ludicrous

The internet is a great thing and we should all be thankful to Al Gore for creating it for us. Now, before I get one more email from some numbskull saying that Al Gore never claimed to have invented …

Illegal Immigration: Senate’s Desires Trump American People

Filed under: Immigration - 29 Jun 2007

In recent history it has it never been so patently and painfully obvious that the wants of our elected officials supersede those of the US electorate. The Illegals’ Immigration and Amnesty Bill has not only brought to the forefront our …

Freedom

Filed under: Immigration - 29 Jun 2007

Freedom; what a wonderful word, what a wonderful concept. We all assume we are free, but are we? Are we truly free to express our viewpoint without fear of repercussion, or intimidation? We are if we say the …

Having Your “Fix” And Eating It Too

So, Miss Hillary and Miss Barbara are tired of that right wing radio and are thinking about how to legislatively “fix” the problem. Well, it seems the progressive left not only wants to muffle talk radio, but boost their own …

America 53, Mexico 46—How SWEET It Is!

Filed under: Immigration - 29 Jun 2007

Joy to the world!

Let me repeat that: JOY TO THE WORLD! American patriots just received a huge birthday gift from the United States Senate and, along with it, a new reason to celebrate the 4th of July! Prodded …

Krugman and Friedman – Part Four

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative - 29 Jun 2007

Mr. Krugman is a political propaganda columnist for the New York Times, where predictably he is a strident critic of individuals’ economic and political liberties when they conflict with Federal collectivism. As an advocate of Neo-Keynesian economic theory, he believes …

June 28, 2007

Mr. President, Your Helicopter is Ready!

Filed under: Immigration,War On Terror - 28 Jun 2007

Once the exclusive domain of leftist tweets like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, anti-war sentiment is spreading like wildfire into the camps of mainstream, respectable Republicans. The latest senators to weigh in against the Bush surge are Sen. George …

United Nations Reforms Still Needed

Filed under: The United Nations - 28 Jun 2007

Since 2005, the United Nations has been attempting to reform its management processes, in part to help ensure that resources are used effectively and efficiently. Some of these reforms focus on improving oversight and accountability at the United Nations. …

Will GW Bush Get His “Signing Ceremony”?

Filed under: Immigration - 28 Jun 2007

Picture the ugly scene, if you have the heart and or stomach: A breaking news bulletin interrupts regular broadcasting during prime time. Television cameras zoom in on the White House where a historic piece of legislation is being about …

Our Fragile Constitutional Republic

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 Jun 2007

NBC’s Tonight Show host Jay Leno walks around Los Angeles streets asking easy questions of young people. His questions equate to what a sixth grader must know to move on to the seventh grade. “Who was the first …

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