Archive for: August 2011

August 31, 2011

The Bedroom in the Classroom: Clio is Not Amused

Though my mastery of Greek mythology is not strong enough to know off-hand the muse of history’s sexual orientation, I do know that Clio might try to persuade her father to hurl thunderbolts from Mt. Olympus into Sacramento as punishment …

Obama cheered by illegal alien advocates, but they want more

Filed under: Immigration - 31 Aug 2011

Several news reports have brought to light a case involving an illegal immigrant from Kenya by the name of Onyango Obama being arrested last week after he almost struck a police cruiser with his SUV. The incident allegedly occurred in …

For America to be Great, America Must be a Christian Nation

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Religion & Faith - 31 Aug 2011

It is only during Presidential elections that the media pay any attention to religion. And then it is only the distorted contemptuous attention that a bunch of atheists can give to such a serious subject. Bill Keller, the outgoing editor …

August 30, 2011

Liberal Media Forces Homosexuality Agenda Down America’s Throat

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 30 Aug 2011

Please, please, please understand, as we said in the 60s, “where I’m coming from”. This article is NOT about bashing homosexuals. I have homosexual family and friends whom I love very much.

Johns Hopkins Hospital Supports Pedophilia?

The sexual molestation of children by adults is a serious issue. This is why I was appalled when I discovered a prestigious professor at Johns Hopkins University was an open advocate of — apologist for – pedophiles and pederasts …

Liberalism’s “New” Strategy: The Same Old Lies

Perhaps the most profound quality common to liberals is their ability to keep straight faces (or even look gravely serious) while spewing the most hysterical and laughable lies. In this manner we have heard them in recent years frantically pontificating …

Hell Is Here Maxine!

After reading “Black Caucus: Tired of Making Excuses for Obama” By Byron York and seeing the clips of Democrat deadbeat Representative Maxine Waters telling a crowd of SEIU deadbeat unionists that the TEA Party can “Go to Hell!”; I have …

August 29, 2011

Fighting the Wars at Home

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 29 Aug 2011

Qaddafi’s days are numbered. He’s gone. No, wait, he’s not gone. His son is in custody. No, he’s not in custody. The rebels have taken over Tripoli, but we don’t know for sure who the rebels are, and what kind …

Arrogance: The Economic Third Party

Filed under: Economics,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 29 Aug 2011

By: Brady Boyd

The idea that people make better decisions when those decisions will affect them directly seems to be lost on many Americans. I notice that when I bring up that fact many scoff at it, living in a bastion …

The End of Free TV?

Filed under: In The News - 29 Aug 2011

There comes a time when I have to address an issue that directly impacts my industry.  And you.

You’ve heard the saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”  Washington has a new rule.  “We’ll fix it until we break it.”  …

Freedom is as Freedom Does

Is there any one political or economic system that God wants everyone to follow? I do not believe God has ordained any one type of government or economy as the divinely ordained path.

August 28, 2011

China dupes: Excusing the one-child policy

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 28 Aug 2011

Vice President Joe Biden made the news again this week. Three weeks ago, Biden was in the news because of reports he had denounced Tea Party members as “terrorists,” a claimBiden was in the news because he did not denounce …

Algore We Love your Profanity!

A few weeks ago Algore got caught using profanity. That’s a good thing. He promised a bunch of friends that they would be rich like him by now if the Americans bought into global warming. Well the frustration must be …

State Of Inebriation: PA tries to hold its liquor

Eccentric Russian politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky once tried to win his country’s presidency by promising cheap vodka, “at every corner, around the clock.” Despite the populist appeal of that platform, he was not elected. Perhaps he should have been running for …

August 27, 2011

Note to Post: Cover Katie Perry, not Rick

Republicans won’t know for months how seriously voters in Iowa and New Hampshire will take the presidential candidacy of Gov. Rick Perry (R–TX), but right now the Washington Post takes him very seriously indeed.

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