Archive for: October 2009

October 18, 2009

Here He Comes: Mr. Universe

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 18 Oct 2009

OK, this is just too easy. You have to ask: Did the Norwegian Nobel Committee devise a secret plot to completely marginalize President Obama in the international community (I mean, beyond that which he’s already managed on his own)?

Is the ‘fix in” for America?

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 18 Oct 2009

When watching a fight with my dad, he would always tell the joke about the embattled fighter who fell exhausted on his corner stool after absorbing several rounds of punishing blows where his trainer tells him, “You’re doing great champ, …

October 17, 2009

If Rush Limbaugh is a Racist, Are His 20 Million Listeners Also?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,In The News - 17 Oct 2009

I have been a faithful Rush Limbaugh radio show listener for almost 20 years. I have never heard Rush make one racist comment. As a matter of fact, I am a black man who has been inspired and encouraged by …

Rectal Bombs, Bono Dreck & Obama Full Of It:

Filed under: In The News - 17 Oct 2009

Travelers often grumble about security measures at airports requiring them to remove belts and shoes as precautions to detect explosives.

Keeping the Dream Alive

Filed under: History,Politics In General - 17 Oct 2009

What makes the United States the best country in the world is our Constitution… that one-of-a-kind foundation that acknowledges our God-given freedoms and was created to provide us the opportunity to pursue life, liberty and happiness. It’s not a promise …

Top Ten Reasons Why David Letterman Should Resign

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 17 Oct 2009

Late-night talk host David Letterman has made hundreds of millions making fun of politicians who are caught up in major scandals, especially sexual blunders.

October 16, 2009

Tea Parties Against Amnesty Nationwide November 14

Filed under: Immigration - 16 Oct 2009

The Obama administration’s gutting of key immigration and border security programs combined with a push for amnesty legislation by the Hispanic Caucus in Congress has led to a national organization calling for Tea Parties Against Amnesty & Illegal Immigration to …

The Keepers of the Peace

By: David Bozeman

With all due respect to our commander-in-chief, mindful of the enormous burdens he carries, the American soldier has done far more to establish world peace than Nobel Prize winner Barack Obama.

If it Wasn’t so Sad it Would be Funny

Lately the news reminds me of Monty Python. I keep waiting for President Obama to appoint a Czar of Silly Walks or Reverend Wright to resurface and declare piously, “Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!” If …

What Are We Going to Do About it?

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 16 Oct 2009

Living in a home means you’re responsible for keeping it maintained. If a toilet stops up or stops working, you have a couple of sensible options: call a plumber, or if you’re handy, figure out why it’s not working, or …

These are the Times that Try Men’s Souls

As Thomas Paine said of a different time, “These are the times that try men’s souls.” But if our media leaders of today (like Peggy Noonan and George Will) had lived in that time, they would have chastised those …

October 15, 2009

Palestine – Israeli Palestinians or Palestinian Jordanians?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 15 Oct 2009

Former Chief Palestinian Authority negotiator Ahmed Qureia first raised the possibility of Israeli residents living in the West Bank becoming Palestinian citizens in any new State created between Jordan and Israel as an answer to forced removal from their existing …

The Scriptures Describe the Liberal Democrat (Romans 1:16-32)

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 15 Oct 2009

President Obama has a history of associations that evokes the natural envy of world dictators, Mafia chieftains, union thugs, communists, radical Islamists, corrupt and racist religionists, political leftist activists, Hollywood, mainstream media and trial lawyers.

Money and Celebrity the New Substitute for Justice in America

Filed under: In The News - 15 Oct 2009

Is leftism rising to the defense of evil even as it sinks to the depths of hell? Perhaps this question would have made a better title for this article but why scare readers away with what may only be construed …

Hurl Away!

“Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t.” Anybody remember that little commercial ditty? I’m thinking that should be Jimmy Carter’s theme song, with the “sometimes you don’t” part taken out, ‘cuz he sounds like a nut every time …

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