Archive for: July 2010

July 16, 2010

An American Travesty

When will we all as Americans stand up, and yell from the top of our lungs that enough is enough. When will we stop the progressive limitless abuse administered by our despicable biased federal government? Every signal American must demonstrate …

Mother Government

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 16 Jul 2010

As government continues to grow by leaps and bounds, more demands of ownership are exercised, whether on the national or state level. This is being seen more and more in some schools around the nation as they shut out parental …

Obama And Holder Weaponize American “Justice”

In the past few weeks, America’s legal system has been subjected to an avalanche of outrages from the White House and Department of Justice. But while each individual event, if considered apart from the others, would be sufficient to warrant …

July 15, 2010

Another Betrayal in Connecticut

Filed under: In The News - 15 Jul 2010

By: Anne Hendershott

The latest revelations that yet another Connecticut Catholic priest has stolen yet another million dollars from his own parishioners to support a flamboyant gay lifestyle in New York City are especially disappointing to those of us who thought …

Terry Anderson was an American Hero Farewell Our Friend

Filed under: Immigration,In The News - 15 Jul 2010


I am sad to report that a true American hero and fighter for our cause has passed. After a brave battle with pancreatic and liver cancer, talk show host and immigration enforcement activist Terry Anderson passed away this past week.

Lloyd’s Pondering: Race Lesson from a 93 Year Old White Woman.

Filed under: Potpourri - 15 Jul 2010

Lloyd’s Pondering are experiences and thoughts I pray will encourage and inspire you.

Easter Pansy, my wife’s 97 year old grandmother lives in a nursing home. She lived on her own up until a year ago. Mary and I attribute Easter …

Violence in American Politics Increases

Clad in military attire, New Black Panther bullies used weapons, racial insults and profanity to deter voters, and federal prosecutors in response filed a civil complaint in Philadelphia. However, the case was mysteriously and abruptly killed by a top Justice …

July 14, 2010

Obama’s New D S A [Divided States of America]

Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Jul 2010

It’s déjà-vu all over again. I recall when the Kennedy brothers John and Robert were president and they purposed all sorts of legislation to finish what Lincoln had started with the abolition of slavery. They were shot down by their …

Obama Courts Latino Votes at Arizona’s Expense

Filed under: Politics In General - 14 Jul 2010

Every time the President speaks, makes another appointment or ramrods a new bill through the democratically controlled congress, he reinforces what millions of Americans now feel; this President does not love America.

Loyal to Principle, Not Party

Filed under: The Republicans - 14 Jul 2010

By: Joseph Harris

There are some great champions for conservatism on talk radio and the internet and true conservatives owe a debt of gratitude for their insight and encouragement. They have captivated the hearts of millions of listeners who highly esteem …

The Hand Writing is on the Wall

In a Bible passage so powerful even those who don’t believe the Bible unknowingly quote it an arrogant young ruler is so enamored with his exalted position he thinks he can disregard the traditions of his predecessors with impunity.

July 13, 2010

Justice Department Whistleblower Ignored by News Media

Filed under: In The News - 13 Jul 2010

The Department of Justice whistleblower who resigned over the “corrupt nature of the dismissal” of the New Black Panther case testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights this week. Unfortunately, except for the Fox News Channel — Megyn Kelly, …

Barack Obama: Securing the border, one sign at a time

Filed under: American National Security,Immigration - 13 Jul 2010

No one likes to be opposed. As people, we pick a side of an argument we believe in and try our hardest to win. That’s life, but there are differing ways in which we oppose one another and some are …

My Black Dad & Obama

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Jul 2010

I am a black tea party patriot faced with a serious problem concerning my 83 year old father. Dad is an extraordinary man whose life epitomizes the greatness of America.

Nationalizing Local Elections

There are 141 delegates in the House chamber of the Maryland General Assembly. The Maryland senate has 47 members. The elected position is part time, as it meets only 90 days each year earning an annual salary of about $44,000.

This …

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