Archive for: May 2010

May 31, 2010

More Biebls in the Classroom

Filed under: First Amendment,History,Religion & Faith - 31 May 2010

by George A. Pieler and Jens F. Laurson

Does the First Amendment need protection from itself? A case from Washington State, although just rejected by the Supreme Court, suggests it might: Franz Biebl, a perfectly pleasant Bavarian …

Barack Obama The Bad President

Filed under: Politics In General - 31 May 2010

It’s not hard to choose our worst president, for me it’s Barack Obama no question. There have been others who were in contention but no one quite measured up like Obama. My first president was Herbert Hoover he took office …

Rand Paul and the Political Minefield

by David Bozeman

American political discourse is about as deep as a birdbath, and our media so one-sided that, arguably, only the Worker’s World Daily could make it look even by comparison. Liberals, of course, are euphoric. Rand …

May 30, 2010

North Carolina Becomes 18th State Pushing Arizona’s New Immigration Law

Filed under: Immigration - 30 May 2010

Raleigh, NC – The home state of Americans For Legal Immigration PAC’s (ALIPAC) President William Gheen has joined the rapidly growing list of states that are rushing to follow Arizona’s lead of cracking down on illegal immigration with state laws.

West Bank – Loose Lips Increase Incitement Against Israel

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 30 May 2010

Semantics has played and continues to play a very important role in attempts to delegitimize the State of Israel as the Jewish National Home.

It’s no Wonder People Don’t Trust Washington

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Politics In General - 30 May 2010

Listening to any of the chattering classes on TV and you will hear a constant refrain, a bemoaning, of a lack of trust in Washington. No one trusts the government anymore, Americans are too suspicious, and have a negative view …

May 29, 2010

Memorial Day in America 2010 – Will we yet hold this torch up high?

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 29 May 2010

Tea Parties, renewed conservatism and strong interest in well directed activist groups are on the rise and it is stirring to see Americans returning to the basics with such fervor. America’s renewal cannot be dissociated from her past.

Brute Force Benevolence and a Damn Good Start

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 May 2010

By: E. Anthony Santos

Brute Force Benevolence and a Damn Good Start ….. a progressive affirmation to 15 months of black hole spending, assault on the Constitution, commerce and freedom.

California’s Progressives battle Texas Textbooks

Filed under: Education & Schools - 29 May 2010

California lawmakers are attempting to impose California’s corrupt textbook standards on America by passing a bill to counter the Texas Board of Education Textbook Standards.

In an effort to fast track his bill, California Senator Leland Yee (D) scrapped his existing …

Liberal Prism

By: Gerard Valentino

Since the 1960’s nearly every fundamental value held dear by the American people has been warped through the prism of radical liberalism resulting in an era of American self-hatred and self-doubt.

Beware The Democrat In Conservative Clothing

I have a warning to the voters of America related to this November’s elections. That message is beware the Democrat in Conservative clothing. Electing them thinking you that are going to get a real conservative who is going …

May 28, 2010

ALIPAC Comments on Obama’s Inadequate Troop Deployment to AZ

Filed under: Immigration - 28 May 2010

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is criticizing reports that President Obama plans to send only 1,200 National Guard troops into the border disaster areas to fight the drug and human importing cartels.

When Evil has Destroyed the Foundations, What are the Righteous to Do?

Filed under: Immigration - 28 May 2010

In a video posted on Worth Reading, Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon receives a standing ovation from Democrats for criticizing Arizona’s recently passed immigration law. By this law, Arizona citizens desperately hope to prevent their state from disappearing under …

Sarah Palin Can Win In 2012

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 28 May 2010

Sarah Palin may be the smartest presidential candidate so far in the 2012 election should she decide to run. She’s getting more name recompilation than any of the potential candidates [including Obama] who are on tap for a shot at …

Red Emperors Exploit Red Ink

Where does our federal government get the right to put the chains of hopeless debt on our grandchildren to buy a better hammock for those who won’t work? The 10th Amendment says, “The powers not delegated to the United …

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