Archive for: May 2009

May 28, 2009

Feminist Grammar That Isn’t

Filed under: Political Correctness Run Amok - 28 May 2009

Feminists are in essence an anti-intellectual lot. After all, the back flips they have to do to justify their anti-male crusade is an act worthy of Olympics style awards. Such are the illogical back bends that feminists must to do …

Obama Is Lying Or He’s Naïve, You Decide

Filed under: Politics In General - 28 May 2009

Let’s start with what a president is supposed to be. More than a leader a president should be a good follower. They should follow the laws of this country and the constitution. Neither is flexible at the discretion of any …

Carter Administration’s Dilemma: Iran’s Theocracy

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 28 May 2009

These were the words uttered by the distraught Shah of Iran when, grieving, he reflected on his downfall just before his demise in exile. The tormented former “King of Kings” ardently nurtured a deep-rooted conviction that the Carter Administration, …

May 27, 2009

Where’s David Axelrod?

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 May 2009

If real substance is to emerge from the vacuity of the President’s policies, it presumably will come from Mr. Axelrod, his behind-the-scenes campaign manager and PR crafter.

Minding The Times: An Exposition On Postmodernism, Part 1

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 27 May 2009

One might say the future is here — and we might want to send it back for a refund. Having waited years and wondering at times whether mankind would even survive to see the day, the world now finds …

Obama’s Confederate Memorial the Right Move to Make

Filed under: In The News - 27 May 2009

President Obama sent a wreath to the Confederate memorial at Arlington cemetery during the memorial services to recognize the sacrifices and service of the members of our armed forces this week. It has been a tradition since Woodrow Wilson offered …

Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee: Symbolism Over Substance?

President Barack Obama’s choice of Federal Appeals Court Judge Sonia Sotomayor to take a seat on the US Supreme Court is possibly his boldest move since his inauguration last January.

Should conservatives and moderates worry?

May 26, 2009

Christian University Decertifies Democrat Club, Why it is the Right Decision

Filed under: Abortion,Religion & Faith,The Democrats - 26 May 2009

Liberty University, a Christian college situated near Lynchburg, Virginia and founded in 1971 by Jerry Falwell, has this week decertified its college Democratic Party club over the singular fact that the National Democratic Party is a supporter of abortion. …

Islamic Terrorists Receiving U.S. Aid Earmarked for Palestinians

Filed under: War On Terror - 26 May 2009

Each year, the Palestinian Authority is given more than a billion dollars in aid. The United States alone last year gave them $575 million of US taxpayers’ money to people who siphoned off millions of dollars and left scraps for …

In Defense of Hypocrisy

by David Bozeman

Miss California, Carrie Prejean, is a hypocrite. The Miss USA runner-up, who defended traditional marriage, posed for revealing photos several years back, so the churchgoing Prejean, the darling of social conservatives for standing her ground, has been …

May 24, 2009

There Is A Senate And They’ve Voted

Filed under: In The News - 24 May 2009

The Senate just handed Obama his first rebuff by voting no on funding for the closing of the Guantanamo prison for terrorists. There’s a fear in congress President Obama is far too ambivalent in his attitude toward the potential danger …

Terrorism Plot Uncovered in New York City; Four Suspects Arrested

Filed under: War On Terror - 24 May 2009

The Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested a terrorist cell in the midst of a plot to detonate improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at two Jewish synagogues and to shoot down a military plane with a Stinger surface-to-air missile at a local …


Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 24 May 2009

Many Americans today believe certain illegal vices in our society should be decriminalized, taxed, and regulated. The most popular of these vices include marijuana smoking, prostitution, and all forms of gambling. The proponents for decriminalization believe that the new tax …

May 23, 2009

International Busy Body Laws Waning?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 23 May 2009

Are we beginning to see the first cracks in the idea of “universal jurisdiction,” the international busy body “law” that said that any nation can arrest the leaders of any other nation and try them for “war crimes”? Let us …

Repeal All “Hate Crimes” Laws

By: Matt Barber

Lynchburg, VA – The U.S. Senate is preparing to vote any day on S. 909, a bill that would grant specially preferred government status to a select few citizens based on the behaviorally driven, fluid and undefined concepts …

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