Archive for: October 18, 2007

October 18, 2007

Conservatives Congregate in Reno — CLC Report

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 18 Oct 2007

What is it you see in your mind when you think of liberal activists? Is it large groups gathered together to complain or protest? Perhaps. On the other hand, what is it that comes to mind when you hear about …

Bob Jones Dean Endorses … Romney!

Filed under: The Republicans - 18 Oct 2007

A top official at Bob Jones University, the Evangelical Christian school with a history of anti-Mormon rhetoric, plans to throw his weight behind Mormon presidential hopeful Mitt Romney. Robert R. Taylor, dean of the university’s college of arts …

The Frustration of a Canadian Conservative

Filed under: Politics In General - 18 Oct 2007

One of the many benefits of being a conservative as opposed to a liberal is that we never have any shame about self-criticizing our own party. Being naturally opinionated, conservatives won’t hesitate to call out one of our own for …

The Rise and Fall of Vicente Fox: A Five-Hour Thriller

Former Mexican president Vicente Fox spent most of last week sticking his intrusive nose into matters that are the exclusive domain of the American people and elected representatives, and which are absolutely none of the business of Mexico, it’s current …

A Twisted Trip, Alfred Nobel To Albert Gore

It’s always disheartening when a good thing turns bad. Alfred Nobel passed away December 10, 1896 leaving his vast estate [in today’s calculations an excessive of 100 million dollars.] to The Nobel Foundation whose purpose was to honor mans intellectual …

Give Harry Hell: Open season on the unpatriotic

During the phony controversy over Rush Limbaugh’s calling phony soldiers “phony soldiers,” it went almost unnoticed that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid called Limbaugh “unpatriotic.” If the Democrats’ own rhetoric were to be believed, that remark would have been universally …