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December 21, 2011

There’s really no war on Christmas is there?

During this Christmas season, the Madison, Wisconsin based Freedom From Religion Foundation (hereafter referred to as “FFRF“) made another installment in their annual ritual of discovering new ways to appear both boorish and foolish. This year it’s a blasphemous version …

December 20, 2011

Leftist Factions Co-opt Rather Than Abolish Holidays

For about the past two decades, those to the left side of the sociopolitical spectrum have made such a fuss over their hostility towards traditional American holidays and celebrations that the arising disputations have themselves become an anticipated aspect of …

Musings on the week ending 12/17/2011

Filed under: Politics In General - 20 Dec 2011

Freedom – “Each generation goes further than the generation preceding it because it stands on the shoulders of that generation. You will have opportunities beyond anything we’ve ever known.” Ronald Reagan.
Politics – Independents are believed to be primarily moderates, but …

Executive Orders

Filed under: Featured Conservative,History - 20 Dec 2011

The problem with social engineering is that the engineers don’t know how to drive the train. More like a complicated machine than a single celled organism society is a collection of individuals. Human nature decrees that freedom of …

December 19, 2011

Barry and the Babe

Filed under: In The News - 19 Dec 2011

Barry Bonds’ Dec. 16 sentencing for obstruction of justice is an anticlimactic addendum to a sterling, though marred, baseball career.

Abramoff Wants Congress to Come Clean

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Dec 2011

There’s nothing like spending 43 months in prison for fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy in connection with Congressional influence–peddling to make you an advocate of political contribution reform.

Feds who commit fraud on the job should at least be fired

Filed under: Featured Conservative,In The News - 19 Dec 2011

“Public service is a public trust.”

This, according to Standards of Ethical Conduct for Federal Employees, is the basic obligation of public service. According to these standards, “Each employee has a responsibility to ethical principles . . . above private gain.”

December 18, 2011

National Defense Authorization Act

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is a law that has been enacted annually for the last 48 years. It is used to determine the budget and expenditures of the United States Department of Defense. The Senate has already passed …

Merry Christmas, End Religious Bigotry

The joyous season of Christmas is once again upon us; it arrives and departs so quickly. It brings all the warm, happiness, prayers, hope and generosity that we share with one another and our families. It brings us to the …

December 17, 2011

Happy Bill of Rights Day

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights,History - 17 Dec 2011

By Dr. Tony Woodlief

An estimated 4.5 million young people will vote for the first time in the 2012 presidential election. Is this a good or bad thing?

The Obama/Energy Strangle-hold On America

While the Obama Administration has worked tirelessly at minimizing the negative political fallout of its “green jobs” debacle (Solyndra being among the few that gained attention), the nation has yet to fully grasp just how devastating the Obama agenda has …

I Agree! EVERYONE Should Pay Their Fair Share!

There is an old saying which applies to courtrooms and debates. It warns one to never ask a question to which they do not already know the answer to. Political hacks, in addition to bad lawyers and poor …

December 16, 2011

Obama changes tune as Iraq war ends for US

Critics have accused Obama of ending the war hastily to coincide with his re-election campaign. Many of them have warned that the pullout could embolden still-active insurgent fighters as well as Iraq’s neighbor Iran.

The Rich Are Getting Richer; So Are the Poor

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative,Myths & Lies - 16 Dec 2011

By Jarrett Skorup

“No matter your thoughts about the Occupy Wall Street movement, the protesters were right in at least one respect: The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer.”

December 15, 2011

Peter King: U.S. Military is No. 1 Islamic terrorism target

Filed under: Featured Conservative,War On Terror - 15 Dec 2011

Representative Peter King (R-NY), chairmen of the House and Senate Homeland Security committees, told his committee and observers that the U.S. military including military bases, recruitment stations and other armed services facilities are the No. 1 targets for radical Islamist …

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