Archive for: October 19, 2008

October 19, 2008

The Price of Political Correctness

“Silence is the virtue of fools,” Sir Francis Bacon once said. Instead of silence, today Bacon would be referring to a mindless politeness on what can and cannot be spoken in the public arena. We call it political correctness. Yet …

Will Obama Abandon Israel If Elected?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 19 Oct 2008

How might an Obama administration impact America’s foreign policy throughout the world, especially in the Middle East? ccording to an article in the New York Post, the Reverend Jesse Jackson believes that Obama would bring fundamental changes to U.S. …

DOJ Files Suit Against Vermont for Noncompliance Absentee Voting Act

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 19 Oct 2008

During the last two presidential elections — 2000 and 2004 — the Democrats have used the Marxist strategy of “blame others of what you do.” While the liberal-left and their news media comrades give credence to allegations of …

Irrational Answers from Counselor Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Oct 2008

When children can’t get what they want, they sometimes become angry. If they are not taught values like reason, morality, and forbearance, they may continue this behavior as they grow older. Most people gain maturity as they gain years, and …

Obama Association With Reverend Wright Reflects Lack of Character, Poor Judgment

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Oct 2008

In his bid for the United States presidency, Barack Obama is asking the American people to entrust him with the present and future of our great nation. The issue is that simple and of that gravity.

Culture of Corruption Snares Another Democrat While Pelosi Snoozes!

Filed under: The Democrats - 19 Oct 2008

In 2006, Republican Mark Foley did the honorable thing when news of his sex scandal was disclosed: He immediately resigned his seat in the House of Representatives. At the time, Nancy Pelosi chalked up the Foley scalp as another …

$700 Billion Worth of Vagueness

Despite what you read in the press, the $700 billion “Wall Street bailout” program granting the Treasury and the Fed almost unlimited and only slightly defined authority to implement the bailout bill is hardly unprecedented.