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December 27, 2011

Truth Must Not Be Compromised

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Dec 2011

Gone are the days when you could believe the news, as reported, and you could believe the words out of a politician’s mouth. That statement assumes those days actually existed. But looking over my shoulder into the past, I’m not …

Tea Party: Only With Courage Will We Defeat The Giants

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 27 Dec 2011

Some may say, for crying out loud, Lloyd. You’re as bad as Tebow. Must you always interject God and the Bible into everything? Well folks, it is just who I am.

Violence and bloodshed in Egypt disturb Secretary Clinton

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton this week discussed her concerns over the violence between protesters and police in Egypt. Most of the protesters are supporters of both the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafist Party.

December 26, 2011

What’s the Beef with Newt?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 26 Dec 2011

I guess the liberals thought they found the Messiah when they first gazed upon Obama. But they found out the miracle bag was empty and full of hot air.

The Five Best Christmas Movies: And the Gift of Grace and Renewal

Filed under: Potpourri - 26 Dec 2011

Let’s have a happy debate: What are the five best Christmas movies of all time? Obviously, tastes differ and change over time. Here are my five favorites, the ones I am willing to watch every Christmas season, starting with number …

Lloyd’s Life Lessons: Getting What You Give

According to news reports, Black Friday shoppers were rude, crude and out-of-control. People were assaulting each other with fists, pepper spray and one incident even involved a gun. It sounded pretty threatening and crazy out there in Shopper’s Land.

December 24, 2011

Twas the Night Before Liberal Christmas 2011

‘Twas the night before liberal Christmas, and all ‘cross the land,
The mood on the left was somber, their rhetoric quite bland.
Children they huddled in town squares with hands out,
The Occupy protestors beat cops and did shout.

December 23, 2011

Rush Limbaugh is Right: We Need True Conservatism!

Filed under: Economics,The Republicans - 23 Dec 2011

Rush Limbaugh has a reputation for being right 97.6 percent of the time. The percentage is probably a little understated. He hasn’t endorsed any of the Republican candidates and probably will not until there are votes cast in the upcoming …

Hezbollah complains of CIA recruitment in Lebanon

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 23 Dec 2011

The Lebanon-base Shiite terrorist group Hezbollah this weekend complained that the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency is using the U.S. Embassy in Beirut as a de facto recruiting station for Lebanese informants to Hezbollah operations.

On Vaclav Havel—and Chris Hitchens

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History,In The News - 23 Dec 2011

Vaclav Havel is dead. Among other forces and powers, he is among the seven individuals most responsible for peacefully ending the Cold War; the great liberators who brought freedom and democracy. They are Ronald Reagan, Pope John Paul II, Mikhail …

December 22, 2011

Pvt. Manning-Wikileaks hearing reveals Army’s security laxity

Filed under: American National Security - 22 Dec 2011

Security within the intelligence division of the U.S. military exhibits so much laxity that soldiers are able to play video games or watch motion pictures on intelligence computers, according to a hearing into the so-called Wikileaks scandal.

Obama’s America in This Week’s Headlines

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,In The News - 22 Dec 2011

The headlines this past week have been pretty rough. Marriage is becoming passé in the States with now, just over 50 percent of couples being married and people waiting later in life to get married. We already know the percentage …

Choice Not Consensus: A Plea From a Less Important State

Most registered Republicans will not pick their party’s presidential nominee this election. Because of a curious tradition in our electoral process, voters in a handful of small states will get to anoint a frontrunner early this winter. Now, …

December 21, 2011

Views on the News – 12/17/2011

Filed under: In The News - 21 Dec 2011

Barack Hussein Obama is a man who was swept into the Presidency with the thinnest résumé of any in the nation’s history, one who many believe is in reality a “front” for shadowy special interests like George Soros and who …

I Believe Barack Hussein Obama!

I believe Barack Hussein Obama. I believe him when he tells me he wants to raise my taxes, when he wants to increase the cost of my health care and when he wants to lessen the value of my home. …

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