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December 26, 2009

ABORTION: We Were Young and Deceived

Filed under: Abortion,Politically Incorrect Reality - 26 Dec 2009

by Jen Shroder

My son stood larger than life, the sun dancing on his hair, his eyes sparkling as he laughed with his teammates in all the bravado only teamates can share. Grinning from ear to ear, ahead in a major …

Progressive with Guts??, not so much….

Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 26 Dec 2009

By Patrick Michael

I occassionally write for I Hate the Media, and submit story ideas 3 or 4 times a week as a rule. My editor is a great guy who pretty much gives me free rein to write about …

They’re At It Again! Media ‘Covers’ U.N. Climate Conference

How much have you heard from the mainstream media about the hypocrisy that took place at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen this December, such as leaving thousands of NGO delegates out in the cold because, while they accredited …

December 23, 2009

NC Illegal Immigrant College Access Meeting Rigged!

Filed under: Immigration,What The F@#K?!? - 23 Dec 2009

The December 18, 2009, public input meeting required by law on the matter of the N.C. Community College Board giving illegal aliens access to our colleges was rigged.

Harry Reid’s biggest opponent, besides himself that is…

By Patrick Michael

According to an AP story released by MSNBC a few hours ago, Harry Reid’s major contender for next year has been identified as Sue Lowden a Republican from Nevada, oops I mean a ‘deep pocketed’ republican.

Culture Kampf and the Kamikaze Congress

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 23 Dec 2009

By: Dr. Robert R. Owens

There is a culture war raging in America. It has wreaked havoc in our national psyche since the Summer of Love elevated the ersatz individualism and limousine liberalism of the Boomers from childhood …

December 22, 2009

From Russia with Love: Russian Organized Crime

Filed under: Crime and Punishment - 22 Dec 2009

In the two decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the world has become the target of a growing global crime threat from criminal organizations and criminal activities that have poured over the borders of Russia and other former …

Palestine – Abbas Aborts Any Two State Solution

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 22 Dec 2009

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has now made it abundantly clear that he does not intend to enter into further negotiations with Israel to create a new Arab State between Israel, Jordan and Egypt – by insisting on conditions for …

Useless Emitters: Greenies endanger “non-persons”

Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 22 Dec 2009

Good news from Copenhagen for all the global warming hypocrites out there. The National Population and Family Planning Commission of China has given them a new way to shrink their “carbon footprints” without cramping their lifestyles. Now, they can buy …

Spending to Death

To paraphrase the famous quote about the weather, everybody talks about government spending, but nobody does anything about it. Democrats just took some action: they raised the deficit ceiling a trillion bucks or so, then passed a $447 billion dollar …

December 21, 2009

Dear Santa

Filed under: Politics In General - 21 Dec 2009

As a kid, I always knew exactly what I wanted for Christmas. Making the list was almost as delicious as the anticipation… almost as exciting as sitting in front of the tree and wondering whether Santa had brought me what …

Do this on Healthcare and then we can talk

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 21 Dec 2009

By Patrick Michael

Ed Schultz host of the “Ed Show” wrote an article for the Huffington Post this weekend in which he expressed the desire that Senators could see the America they deny. Now just going on the headline “Senators …

Betting America’s Future On The “Healthcare” Circus

At this writing, the prospect of America’s descent into the abyss of socialism hinges on an impasse between Senator Joe Lieberman (I.-CT) and Barack Obama’s replacement Senator Roland Burris (D.-IL). The irreconcilable difference between the two pertains to the inclusion …

December 20, 2009

Old Dogs, Fat Cats and Generational Lies

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Dec 2009

In a fairer world I could spend my time talking about the beautiful music and sentiments of country music composer Tom T. Hall’s classic song, Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine. The golden nostalgia in Hall’s song is all but …

Former Vice-Presidential/Presidential candidate What’s His Name

Filed under: History,Politics In General - 20 Dec 2009

By Patrick Michael

In an attempt to jump start a writing career and who knows maybe pocket a few bucks, I’ve decided to blog about Former North Carolina Senator, Former Vice Presidential Candidate and Former Presidential Candidate John Edwards.

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