Archive for: April 2010

April 17, 2010

Michelle Obama’s True Agenda

Filed under: In The News - 17 Apr 2010

Make no mistake America; Michelle Obama is every bit as interested in following in her husband’s footsteps as Hillary Clinton was of hers – even more.

The Westboro Baptist Church: In the Footsteps of the Pharisees and Sadducees

In the aftermath of the court’s reversal of a multi-million dollar judgment against the Westboro Baptist Church for picketing a soldier’s funeral, we in America are left with many questions about where justice can be found.

What I Fear I Am Not Afraid To Speak Of

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Politics In General - 17 Apr 2010

Fear, it is said, is a great motivator. When someone on unemployment sees benefits running out and the fears of starvation, losing one’s house and seeing their children suffer arise it often motivates them to get off their butt …

April 16, 2010

Palestine and Paranoia – Jordan, Jerusalem and Jitters

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 16 Apr 2010

King Abdullah’s recent interview in the Wall Street Journal indicates the extent of His Majesty’s concern at the continuing failure to achieve the slightest breakthrough in creating a new Arab state between Jordan, Israel and Egypt following 17 years …

Illegal Immigration Prominent Issue At Many Tea Party Events

Filed under: Uncategorized - 16 Apr 2010

Americans, signs, tables, groups, leaders, and guest speakers who are racially inclusive and opposed to illegal immigration and Obama’s push for Amnesty for illegal immigrants will be prominent features at many Tea Party Against Amnesty protests April 15-17.

Past the Point of No Return?

Like an engineer ignoring the “bridge out” sign President Obama is going along, full speed ahead. Perhaps he thinks that if he gains up enough speed he can jump the chasm ahead, and we don’t need a bridge. Or, maybe, …

April 15, 2010

We Must Know Who We Are to Decide What We Will Be

Filed under: Politics In General - 15 Apr 2010

Forget about the debate the government parties and the geriatric media want us to have, “Are you a Republican or a Democrat?” The debate we need to have concerns what we were meant to be, not who they tell …

U.S. consulate bombing in Mexico Ignored by White House

Filed under: War On Terror - 15 Apr 2010

A bombing incident at a U.S. consulate in Mexico received very little news media attention and absolutely no response from President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or Attorney General Eric Holder.

Why George Bush, Barack Obama, and the United States Did Not, Cannot, and Will Not Win the War on Terror


The United States has spent trillions of dollars fighting it, expending thousands of lives, yet has never had a strategery to defeat it, eradicate it, or cause it to surrender.

April 14, 2010

One Sided Outrage

The recent and continued verbal threats, malicious vandalisms, with projective and potential violent anger administered against certain members of the House of Representatives, on their stance, regarding the disastrous Obamacare, healthcare bill and other high profile conflicting legislations, …

Nuclear Summit: Obama Ignores Nuclear Threat to Americans

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News,War On Terror - 14 Apr 2010

President Barack Obama — who campaigned on a promise to stop the proliferation of nuclear weapons — is welcoming the leaders of at least 40 nations to Washington for his much touted Nuclear Security Summit.

The Obama White House claims …

April 13, 2010

Listen Up Lib’s This Is What A Tea Party Is

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Apr 2010

There seems to be a great deal of confusion among Liberal Democrats as to just what a Tea Party consists of. The Tea Party movement is not now nor has it ever been an organized political party. A Tea Party …

Glenn Beck is missing!

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Apr 2010

Bill O’Reilly had this guy on the other night that looked exactly like Glenn Beck, but when he started talking, I knew immediately he was an imposter.

How Bart Stupak mirrors Neville Chamberlain

It was once claimed that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. In his time, Neville Chamberlain was probably the poster child for such a sentiment. In the aftermath of the passage of health insurance reform, we can …

April 12, 2010

Modern Patriot’s Declaration of Truth

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 12 Apr 2010

We the people are tired of being told what to think and what we should tolerate, condone and endorse. We are tired of seeing Christianity bashed, God blasphemed, perversion praised, and prayer and religion expelled from public and government life. …

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