Archive for: February 2011

February 17, 2011

The Arab Tea Parties

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,In The News - 17 Feb 2011

By: Richard Billies

Over seven years ago President George W. Bush called for governments throughout the Middle East to make democratic reforms, insisting that “freedom can be the future of every nation.” In a speech to the National Endowment for …

Gosnell’s Guardians: Philly killer had plenty of help

News accounts of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell have portrayed him as an isolated lunatic, who committed acts so heinous that nobody else in his profession could have dreamt they were happening. That’s an understandable perception, but is it true?

February 16, 2011

Egypt and Tunisia – The Power of Prediction

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 16 Feb 2011

The West has been caught with its pants down following the popular revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia during the past month.

I wonder why.

Chris Matthews, John Allen, and Odious Comparisons

John Allen, senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter, routinely uses the phrase “Taliban Catholicism” to describe “an exaggerated allergy to anything that smacks of secularism, liberalization, or corruption by modernity — an angry form of the faith that knows …

Democrazy: Egypt and the Eternal Constitution

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,In The News - 16 Feb 2011

A little less than a century ago, the West entertained the notion that WWI would be “the war to end all wars.”  Insofar as this was seriousness and not just selling point, it was naiveté.  Obviously, a military solution cannot …

I Suffer from Caliphatephobia

Because I am a conservative, as far as the left is concerned, I am assumed guilty of several psychological disorders. I am, just to name a few, a sexist, a racist, and a homophobe.

February 15, 2011

How Long Did the Limits Last?

In 1798, a mere ten years after the ratification of the Constitution war with France seemed imminent.  In reaction to opposition regarding the policies of the government John Adams, hero of the Revolution, co–author of the Declaration of Independence, one …

Will We Ever Learn

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 15 Feb 2011

When will we as a nation ever learn our lessons concerning our dependency on oil produced from foreign unstable Countries? Those who are not only hostile to our ideologies but are also very abusive blood sucking manipulators, who are …

Congress grills homeland security, intelligence officials

Filed under: American National Security - 15 Feb 2011

In an effort to gain insight on the strength and volatility of the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda, the U.S. House of Representatives’ Homeland Security Committee grilled members of President Barack Obama’s so-called national security team on Wednesday.

Why Americans Should Fear Revolutions

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 15 Feb 2011

The history of revolutions is not a good one. In almost every instance of successful revolution the most radical, and organized, faction seizes power and a bloodbath ensues. The French Revolution of 1789 saw the Jacobins, a minority faction of …

Obamacare Furthers Black Genocide

Thirty four hundred per day. I thought, per day? No, this can’t be true. Unfortunately, I was wrong. Over thirty four hundred babies are aborted in America every day. Wow!

February 14, 2011

Ronald Reagan From a Black Perspective

Filed under: History,Politics In General - 14 Feb 2011

In 1985, I was asked to sing at a Ronald Reagan Inaugural Ball. I was a young black kid formerly from the east Baltimore projects, clueless about politics. However, I could not help noticing the tone of their questions and …

Changing Gun Privileges Back into Gun Rights, The First Step in Stemming the Leftist Tide

Filed under: Basic American Rights,Second Amendment - 14 Feb 2011

By: Gerard Valentino

The pro-gun movement is proud that 48 states have some sort of mechanism that allows concealed carry by law abiding citizens. Most of the 48 states have “shall issue” laws which means if a citizen meets the legal …

“Green Crime” costing taxpayers millions uncovered in probe

When President Barack Obama boasts of administration creating “green” jobs and environmental friendly projects, he’s careful not to mention something else being created: “Green Crime.”

February 13, 2011

The Independent’s Over-the-top Anti-Catholic Bias

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 13 Feb 2011

Except for those still caught in the web of the media matrix, it’s no secret that the Fossil Press seeks to destroy conservatism, tradition and Christianity.  It’s also plain that central to this are unrelenting attacks on the Catholic Church.  …

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