Archive for: January 24, 2009

January 24, 2009

New Poll: Obama Should Emulate Reagan, FDR

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jan 2009

When American voters were asked which past President of the United States they believe Barack Obama should model his new presidency after, they did not pick Abraham Lincoln or John F. Kennedy, or even George Washington as their top choice. …

President Obama’s First Lie: “My Fellow Citizens”

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jan 2009

Football legend Vince Lomabradi once remarked, “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing!” Barack Obama knows exactly what the late Lombardi meant. He also has a greater appreciation for the “thrill of victory” after being sworn in as America’s …

The Tide of History

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 24 Jan 2009

Today, January 20, 2009, marks the beginning of a new era for America. Poor John McCain! He was born at the wrong time. He could no more have defeated the first black presidential candidate than he could shovel back the …

Muslims in Chicago Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Murder, Maim US Soldiers

Zubair Ahmed, 29, and Khaleel Ahmed, 28, both residents of Chicago, pleaded guilty last Thursday in the Northern District of Ohio to conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists in connection with their efforts to travel abroad in order to …

W.’s Note to Barack Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jan 2009

Following a ritual which has become a tradition in American politics, George W. Bush scribbled a farewell note to incoming President Barack Obama.

According to a report (reference 1) in Yahoonews, in part:

Obama/Democrats To Repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Law.

Filed under: American Military - 24 Jan 2009

Here we go again! The Democrats are set to repeal the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law banning homosexuals from serving in the military of the United States. This is no joke. As utterly absurd as this sounds, they …

Time to Drop MLK Birthday As Holiday

Filed under: Politics In General - 24 Jan 2009

For years, the holiday set aside to celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King was justified as being necessary to atone for slavery and discrimination, and to recognize the many contributions made by African-Americans to American culture and society.

Obama Mania Will Eventually Collide With Reality

Conservatives, real conservatives, are by now thoroughly nauseated from all of the inaugural gushing and fawning over Obama. But if they think that this slobber-fest was going to end now that he has assumed the presidency, they are going to …

This Powder Keg Has Long Sought A Spark

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Politics In General - 24 Jan 2009

Like it or not, America is one big powder keg that is ready to explode. Too many people are getting fed up with the expansionist role of government in our daily lives. While many are certainly content to …