Archive for: February 2010

February 19, 2010

Tea Party Movement Untamed

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 19 Feb 2010

It appears everyone and his brother is seeking to categorize, direct and control the incredible increasing powerful phenomenon known as the Tea Party Movement. Some say it is doomed to fail because it does not have a single charismatic leader. …

February 18, 2010

Marriage Covenants

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 18 Feb 2010

Covenants bind us, as individuals, to God; as children of God, to our families and to our brothers and sisters in God’s church throughout the world; and, as citizens, to preservation of a moral, God-fearing society.

NSA, Google Join Forces to ‘Patrol’ Cyberspace

Filed under: In The News - 18 Feb 2010

An alleged intrusion into Google’s immense cyber system has provoked the Obama White House to accelerate in its plans for government monitoring of the Internet, something that is triggering alarms throughout the nation. According to the Obama White House, Google …

Democrats Gone Wild

It’s funny what an election will do. When the Democrats were the minority party, they filibustered constantly, reminding everyone that it was the right of the minority to block legislation they don’t like. After all filibustering had been part of …

February 17, 2010

You’re in the UNION, now…

Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 17 Feb 2010

By: Peary Perry

Sit back in your chair, take a sip of that coffee and now I want you to visualize the words…day care center. OK…have you done it?

Sen. Leahy Pushes for Terrorist Trials in Civilian Court

Filed under: War On Terror,What The F@#K?!? - 17 Feb 2010

While President Barack Obama watches his so-called national security team become politicized and partisan, some Democrats are attempting to put out the flames of discontent with gasoline by sending a letter yesterday to the President endorsing civilian court trials for …

Choices and Chances – Does America Know the Difference?

Filed under: Politics In General - 17 Feb 2010

In an era where change is touted it is becoming apparent that most of what is being offered as change is really just taking a chance. Many of the changes offered are being rejected because they seem to be flattening …

Bed, Bath & Backlash

Other stories of incidents around the province made the rounds, including unsubstantiated rumours of oil being spilled in stores, although I doubt that ever happened.

February 16, 2010

Conservative Ice Tea

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism,In The News - 16 Feb 2010

The Tea Party has developed itself into a viable voice to the Conservative movement. Their first National Convention in the Great State of Tennessee proves one thing, that it’s not a temporary fly-by night organization, with limited meaningless voices of …

The Most Underrated President: Warren G. Harding–Not Just Another Pretty Face and Eloquent Speaker

Filed under: History - 16 Feb 2010

Despite all the left-wing chanting about “Bush is the worst president of all time” and modern-day conservatives’ giving the honor to Jimmy Carter, the judgment of academia, the ivory-tower political professors, has always been that Warren G. Harding was the …

“Can you hear me…now?”

By: Peary Perry

I suppose I should consider changing my name to something like Rip Van Perry since it appears I have been asleep for quite sometime. Before I dozed off, I recall the candidate for the president of the United …

No ‘Hail to the Chief’ on Presidents day

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 16 Feb 2010

Up until now you probably have noticed that I have not engaged in much criticism of president Obama. I suppose it could be said that for me the honeymoon period was longer than usual. Actually, I have always believed it …

February 15, 2010

Is the “Gay” Fix in on Prop 8?

Filed under: In The News - 15 Feb 2010

Last weekend the San Francisco Chronicle “outed” Proposition 8 Judge Vaughn Walker as an active practitioner of the homosexual lifestyle: “The biggest open secret in the landmark trial over same-sex marriage being heard in San Francisco is that the federal …

Is It Time for a Catholic Tea Party?

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 15 Feb 2010

Over 750 “tea parties” were held on April 15 of last year, protesting the excesses of the Obama administration — in particular, the pork-stuffed stimulus bill. Initially, the mainstream media tried to ignore the movement. They downplayed its size and …

Patriotism Cooling‏: Dissing America

Filed under: In The News - 15 Feb 2010

I struggled with whether or not to discuss this topic. Our Haitian neighbors are suffering tremendously. I am extremely proud and thank God that we, America, were first on the scene, doing what we always do: come to the rescue …

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