Archive for: January 2010

January 27, 2010

Debate Over Constitutional Legitimacy of Health Care Reform Heats Up

Are health care mandates constitutional? Constitutional Scholar Rob Natelson responds with a resounding ‘no’ in his rebuttal to claims made by Akhil Reed Amar. “The claim that the Founding Fathers would have thought the Constitution allows Congress to impose …


Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Jan 2010

By: Peary Perry

Over the past thirty or so years, I’ve had a number of opportunities to meet and speak with pastors of large churches. All are well meaning people and all certainly want to do the right thing by …

The FCC’s War on Broadcasting

By Mark Hyman

Since its founding, the U.S. has gone on the offensive to defend the nation, liberate allies, or to defeat a domestic scourge. Domestically, it launched wars on poverty, drugs, and illiteracy, just to name a few.

January 26, 2010

This Has Been Obama’s Worst Week

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 26 Jan 2010

The week of January 17th 2010 has to be the worst week of the Obama presidency. That is the week the voters turned on Obama’s plans for socialization of America. The voters of Massachusetts said no to the Obama health …

Obama Orders Terrorists Transferred from Gitmo to Algeria in Spite of Dangers

Filed under: War On Terror,What The F@#K?!? - 26 Jan 2010

In the midst of a busy news cycle, President Barack Obama and his minions “pulled a fast one” on the American people. The U.S. Department of Justice has confirmed that two Algerian detainees, Hasan Zemiri and Adil Hadi al …

Beyond Brown the Second Round

In the recent Massachusetts election Republican Scott Brown confounded the purveyors of conventional wisdom and caused a magnitude 10 earthquake in the political world by liberating the Kennedy Senate Fiefdom from the grip of the Democrat machine. To the …

January 25, 2010

A Nation of Fools by Peary Perry

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Jan 2010

By: Peary Perry

The Democratic Wagon Train lurches to a sudden stop …

It was widely reported that the snow on the roof of the White House mysteriously melted late Tuesday evening. Experts theorize that a possible internal (inside the structure) warming trend was the suspected cause of this phenomenon. White House officials refused to make any comment or suggestions as to what might have happened.

How the West Was Saved

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 25 Jan 2010

These are just random thoughts concerning the past few months inside and outside the Beltway.

1) Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins appear to be searching madly for a reason to go all wishy-washy liberal again. On the other hand, you …

Napolitano: U.S. Knew “Underwear Bomber” Was an Extremist

Filed under: American National Security,War On Terror - 25 Jan 2010

U.S. Senators during their Homeland Security Committee hearings heard testimony by the country’s upper-echelon law enforcement and anti-terrorism officials — including FBI director Robert Mueller, National Counterterrorism Center director Michael Leiter, Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair, and Homeland Security …

Say It Loud – I’m Conservative and I’m Proud!

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 25 Jan 2010

In 1968, James Brown released his song, “Say It Loud — I’m Black and I’m Proud.” The cruelest and saddest effect of slavery and racism in America is that it caused us blacks to hate ourselves. When I was a …

January 24, 2010

Chump “Change”

By J. Matt Barber

So much for that whole “hopey-changey” thing; cute while it lasted, but the American people – like Bernie Madoff investors – now realize they’ve been duped. “Change” for the mere sake of change is simply chump change.

The People’s Seat

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 24 Jan 2010

By: Matt Smith

The shot heard ‘round the world’ has now come from Massachusetts twice. Two weeks ago very few people were talking about the special election in Massachusetts. Conventional wisdom had taken over that the Bay State would remain blue …

“Underwear Bomber” Case Mishandled by White House, Says Intel Chief

Hearings before the U.S. Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee today revealed that the nation’s top intelligence officer, the Homeland Security secretary and the CIA chief were not consulted by the White House after the capture of the so-called …

January 23, 2010

Russian Roulette

Filed under: War On Terror - 23 Jan 2010

President Barack Hussein Obama, “The Chosen One, has obviously compromised our National Security. His subservient expressions of being a contented humanitarian to all of America’s evil aggressors have been a progressive sign of weakness.

Obama’s Desperate Speech in Boston

Filed under: Politics In General - 23 Jan 2010

The Massachusetts Senate race can make or break President Obama’s hopes for health care reform to pass. Predictably Obama tried to help gain support for the democratic candidate, but he has lost much, if not all, of his star power. …

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